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December 2017

KITLV is closed from 25 December 2017 until 1 January 2018

25/12/2017 @ 08:00 - 01/01/2018 @ 17:00
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January 2018

CANCELLED! Seminar | From rebellion to loyalty to the government: Conversion of former activists of the Islamic State of Indonesia movement to salafism | Din Wahid

January 11 @ 15:30 - 17:00
KITLV, Room 138, Reuvensplaats 2
Leiden,
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In spite of the fact that the Darul Islam (DI) or the Islamic Sate of Indonesia (NII) movement had been annihilated by the Old Order, the ideology of DI/NII exists to date and the movement has been transformed

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February 2018

Seminar | Threads of imperialism: Colonial institutions and women’s work in the textile industry in the Dutch empire | Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk

February 1 @ 15:30 - 17:00
KITLV, Room 138, Reuvensplaats 2
Leiden,
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This paper is part of a wider research project “Industriousness in an Imperial Economy”, which studies the influences of colonial connections on household labour allocation in the Dutch Empire, not only in the

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Les écritures post-coloniales – Actualité du passé colonial: Réparer un récit brisé | Paul Bijl

February 3 @ 18:00 - 19:30
Théâtre National Populaire, Villeurbanne, France + Google Map

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Oratie | Tjakalele bij volle maan | Fridus Steijlen

February 9 @ 15:45 - 16:45
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam,

De rector magnificus van de Vrije Universiteit en de decaan van de Faculteit der Sociale Wetenschappen nodigen u van harte uit tot het bijwonen van de openbare zitting van het College van

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Seminar | “The older girls are very sweet to the little ones”: Affective relations in girls’ schools in the Netherlands Indies (c.1900-1940) | Kirsten Kamphuis

February 14 @ 15:30 - 17:00
KITLV, Room 138, Reuvensplaats 2
Leiden,
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The PhD-project Indigenous girlhoods and education in the Netherlands Indies, c. 1880-1940 proposes a new approach to Indonesian girls’ education under Dutch colonialism. Rather than on official educational policy, the focus in this project is on day-to-day experiences  in the context of girls’ schools. A…

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Call for Papers | SANT/FAS 2018 Conference Vulnerabilities | Deadline: 16 February

February 16

The upcoming SANT/FAS 2018 Conference Vulnerabilities organized by the Swedish Anthropological Association (SANT) in partnership with the Finnish Anthropological Society (FAS) will take place from 19-21 April 2018 in Uppsala, Sweden. One of the panels, 'Slow healing: beyond vulnerability and resilience', is organized by KITLV researcher Kasia Mika.

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Boekpresentatie | Een Indische skyline | Fridus Steijlen

February 17 @ 13:30 - 16:00
Indisch Herinneringscentrum, Den Haag, + Google Map

Het Indisch Herinneringscentrum en Amsterdam University Press nodigen u van harte uit voor de boekpresentatie Een Indische skyline door Fridus Steijlen. Deze vindt plaats op zaterdagmiddag 17 februari a.s. bij het Indisch Herinneringscentrum te Den Haag.

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Panel discussie | Sarnámi cultureel erfgoed -Hoe staan we ervoor? | Met o.a. Rosemarijn Hoefte

February 18 @ 17:30 - 21:00
Openbare Bibliotheek, Studio B, 1ste etage, Spui 68 (tegenover het Stadhuis)
Den Haag,
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Het jaar 2018 is een bijzonder jaar voor de Hindostaanse gemeenschap in Nederland en in Suriname. Dan wordt stilgestaan bij de herdenking/viering van 145 jaar Hindostaanse migratie, die plaatsvond

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Seminar | Van Heutsz hysteria then and now | Vilan van de Loo

February 22 @ 15:30 - 17:00
KITLV, Room 138, Reuvensplaats 2
Leiden,
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J.B. van Heutsz (1851-1924) gained national fame as the man who brought peace to Aceh. In 1904 he was widely celebrated as a hero and appointed as governor-general of the Netherlands-Indies.

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