Absent at the creation: Islamism's belated, troubled engagement with early Indonesian nationalism

Elson, R. E. (2012). Absent at the creation: Islamism's belated, troubled engagement with early Indonesian nationalism. In Geoff Wade and Li Tana (Ed.), Anthony Reid and the study of the Southeast Asian past (pp. 303-335) Singapore: ISEAS Publishing.

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Author Elson, R. E.
Title of chapter Absent at the creation: Islamism's belated, troubled engagement with early Indonesian nationalism
Title of book Anthony Reid and the study of the Southeast Asian past
Place of Publication Singapore
Publisher ISEAS Publishing
Publication Year 2012
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
ISBN 9789814311960
9789814311977
Editor Geoff Wade
Li Tana
Chapter number 14
Start page 303
End page 335
Total pages 33
Total chapters 15
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Formatted Abstract/Summary When reflecting on the career of a historian with a published repertoire as sweeping, diverse, deep, and influential as that of Anthony Reid, one marvels, at one level, at a lone scholar's capacity to confront, explicate and interpret with such sureness and imaginativeness so many different sets of circumstances, contexts, and periods of time. At a deeper level still, one is set to thinking of questions of historical technique and historical explanation, and in particular of the interplay of diverse individuals and larger forces and ideas and how they engage and collide in making history. [extract]
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