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Huub de Jonge and Nico Kaptein (Leiden: KITLV Press, 2002).
This is an abridged English translation of a book originally published in Dutch in 2001 on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of the Dutch Royal Institute of Linguistics, Geography, and Anthropology (KITLV in Dutch).
Smallholders and stockbreeders: Histories of foodcrop and livestock farming in Southeast Asia Edited by PETER BOOMGAARD and DAVID HENLEY Leiden: KITLV Press, 2004
the posthumous editions of Scharer 1966 by the KITLV in Leiden and of Zimmermann 1968 by W.
On Tuesday 10 January 2017, Peter Boomgaard, distinguished historian of Indonesia and former director of the Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde / Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV), died aged 70 in Amsterdam after a protracted struggle with the consequences of a cardiac arrest which he had suffered the previous October.
KITLV Press and its editors are to be thanked and congratulated for having published such a comprehensive ethnography.
This is an important development, particularly since this book was written under the auspices of the EDEN (Ecology, Demography and Economy in Nusantara) project at the Royal Institute for Linguistics and Anthropology (KITLV) located in Leiden, the Netherlands.
In particular she specifies the emergence of the clans, named houses and villages in the distant past, their shifting coalitions, geographical relocations and elaborate gender symbolism -- aiding the reader with numerous figures and tables, supplemented by photographs (botched, unfortunately, by the KITLV Press).
Henk Schulte Nordholt, Head of the KITLV Research Department, said yes when he was asked by the German Fischer Verlag to write the volume on the history of Southeast Asia in its prestigious Neue Fischer Weltgeschichte, which covers world history in 21 volumes.
viii) "Field research in Indonesia would undoubtedly have added more material; however the KITLV collection in Leiden possesses such a high degree of completeness that it can be safely assumed that most of the important literature has been included."