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Open Access Race, class, and gender: Debates over the character of social hierarchies in the Netherlands Indies, circa 1600–1942

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Race, class, and gender: Debates over the character of social hierarchies in the Netherlands Indies, circa 1600–1942

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Review of: Ulbe Bosma, Indiëgangers: Verhalen van Nederlanders die naar Indië trokken. Amsterdam: Bert Bakker, 2010, 333 pp. ISBN 9789035135017. Price: EUR 26.50 (paperback).Ulbe Bosma and Remco Raben, Being ‘Dutch’ in the Indies: A history of creolisation and empire, 1500–1920. Translated from the Dutch by Wendie Shaffer. Athens and Singapore: Ohio University Press, NUS Press, 2008, xx + 439 pp. [Ohio University Research in International Studies Southeast Asia Series No. 116.] ISBN 9780896802612. Price: USD 22.40 (paperback). Eric Jones, Wives, slaves, and concubines: A history of the female underclass in Dutch Asia. DeKalb, Ill.: Northern Illinois University Press, 2010, xi + 186 pp. ISBN 9780875802101. Price: USD 38.00 (hardback). Jean Gelman Taylor, The social world of Batavia: Europeans and Eurasians in colonial Indonesia. Second Edition. Madison, Wisc.: University of Wisconsin Press, 2009, xxv + 279 pp. [First edition 1983.] ISBN 9780299232146. Price: USD 29.95 (paperback).Ann Laura Stoler, Along the archival grain: Epistemic anxieties and colonial common sense. Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2009, xiii + 314 pp. ISBN 9780691015774. Price USD 23.95 (paperback).

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