Fantasizing the Feminine in Indonesia The stories of Indonesian women have often been told by Indonesian men and Dutch men and women This volume asks how these representations reproduced transformed and circulated in history ethnograph

  • Title: Fantasizing the Feminine in Indonesia
  • Author: Laurie J. Sears
  • ISBN: 9780822316961
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • The stories of Indonesian women have often been told by Indonesian men and Dutch men and women This volume asks how these representations reproduced, transformed, and circulated in history, ethnography, and literature have circumscribed feminine behavior in colonial and postcolonial Indonesia Presenting dialogues between prominent scholars of and from Indonesia and IndonThe stories of Indonesian women have often been told by Indonesian men and Dutch men and women This volume asks how these representations reproduced, transformed, and circulated in history, ethnography, and literature have circumscribed feminine behavior in colonial and postcolonial Indonesia Presenting dialogues between prominent scholars of and from Indonesia and Indonesian women working in professional, activist, religious, and literary domains, the book dissolves essentialist notions of women and Indonesia that have arisen out of the tensions of empire.The contributors examine the ways in which Indonesian women and men are enmeshed in networks of power and then pursue the stories of those who, sometimes at great political risk, challenge these powers In this juxtaposition of voices and stories, we see how indigenous patriarchal fantasies of feminine behavior merged with Dutch colonial notions of proper wives and mothers to produce the Indonesian government s present approach to controlling the images and actions of women Facing the theoretical challenge of building a truly cross cultural feminist analysis, Fantasizing the Feminine takes us into an ongoing conversation that reveals the contradictions of postcolonial positionings and the fragility of postmodern identities This book will be welcomed by readers with interests in contemporary Indonesian politics and society as well as historians, anthropologists, and other scholars concerned with literature, gender, and cultural studies.Contributors Benedict R O G Anderson, Sita Aripurnami, Jane Monnig Atkinson, Nancy K Florida, Daniel S Lev, D d Oetomo, Laurie J Sears, Ann Laura Stoler, Saraswati Sunindyo, Julia I Suryakusuma, Jean Gelman Taylor, Sylvia Tiwon, Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing, Diane L Wolf

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