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Babad Dipanagara

Dipanegara Pangeran

Babad Dipanagara

an account of the outbreak of the Java War, 1825-30 : the Surakarta court version of the Babad Dipanagara with translations into English and Indonesian-Malay

by Dipanegara Pangeran

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Published by Printed for the Council of the M.B.R.A.S. by Art Printing Works in Kuala Lumpur .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Dipanegara, -- Pangeran, -- 1785?-1855,
  • Indonesia -- History -- Java War, 1825-1830

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAccount of the outbreak of the Java War, 1825-1830
    Statementby Peter B.R. Carey.
    SeriesMonograph / Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society -- no. 9
    ContributionsCarey, P. B. R., Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland. Malaysian Branch. Council.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS643 .D484 1981
    The Physical Object
    Paginationlxxiii, 343 p., [5] leaves of plates :
    Number of Pages343
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16207076M
    LC Control Number81941236

    9. Babad Dipanagara: A Javanese Account of Java War RM40 S$27 B$27 A$49 £18 US$52 Naning in Melaka RM S$75 B$75 A$88 £44 US$98 Syair Perang Siak RM50 S$31 B$31 A$52 £20 US$55 Raja Bongsu of Sulu RM40 S$24 B$24 A$42 £15 US$45 The MBRAS Book of 1, Malay Proverbs – Hardcover RM45 S$30 B$30 A$50 £20 US$53 P. Carey, Babad Dipanagara. An Account of the Outbreak of the Java War (–30). The Surakarta court version of the Babad Dipanagara with translations into English and Indonesian Malay, (Kuala Lumpur, ), Introduction, especially pp. xxiii, xxxix–xlvi. Google ScholarCited by:


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The Babad Dipanagara is a Javanese historical chronicle which describes the events leading up to the outbreak of the Java War () between the Yogyakarta prince Dipanagara and the Dutch colonial regime.

"The Babad Dipanagara will be of considerable interest to both historians and students of Javanese language and culture/5. Get this from a library. Babad Dipanagara: an account of the outbreak of the Java War, the Surakarta court version of the Babad Dipanagara with translations into English and Indonesian-Malay.

[Dipanegara, Pangeran; P B R Carey; Council of the M.B.R.A.S.]. Book Description: Prince Dipanagara led the Javanese armies in the Java War (–30), 30), the last stand of Java’s Old Order against Dutch colonial rule. Some participants immortalised the conflict in verse chronicles known generically as Babad Dipanagara.

Diponegoro was born on 11 November in Yogyakarta, and was the eldest son of Sultan Hamengkubuwono III of Yogyakarta. During his youth at the Yogyakartan court, major occurrences such as the dissolution of the VOC, the British invasion of Java, and subsequent return to Dutch the invasion, the Sultan Hamengkubuwono II, pushed aside in his Born: 11 NovemberYogyakarta.

The book presents a detailed analysis of Dipanagara’s pre-war visions and aspirations as a Javanese Ratu Adil (‘Just King’) based on extensive reading of his autobiography, the Babad Dipanagara as well as a number of other Javanese sources.

Dutch and British records, in particularly the Residency Archives of Yogyakarta and Surakarta. Peter (P.B.R.) Carey (born 30 April in Rangoon) is a British historian and author who specialises in the modern history of Indonesia, Java in particular, and has also written on East Timor (Timor-Leste) and Burma (Myanmar).

He was the Laithwaite fellow of Modern History at Trinity College, Oxford, from to His major early work concentrated on the history of Born: 30 April (age 71), Rangoon, Burma. The book presents a detailed analysis of Dipanagara's pre-war visions and aspirations as a Javanese Ratu Adil ("Just King") based on his autobiography, the Babad Dipanagara, and other Javanese sources, as well as Dutch and British records.

The book is concerned with the rise of Western colonial rule in Indonesia, the fate of indigenous cultures Cited by: Babad Dipanagara: an account of the outbreak of the Java war, the Surakarta court version of the Babad Dipanagara with translations into English and Indonesian Malay Responsibility by Peter B.R.

Carey. The book presents a detailed analysis of Dipanagara's pre-war visions and aspirations as a Javanese Ratu Adil ('Just King') based on extensive reading of his autobiography, the Babad Dipanagara as well as a number of other Javanese sources. Monograph 9 Babad Dipanagara: An Account of the Outbreak of the Babad Dipanagara book War () By P.B.R.

Carey pp. Size: xmm. Softcover The Babad Dipanagara is a Javanese historical chronicle which describes the events leading up to the outbreak of the Java War () between the Yogyakarta prince Dipanagara and the Dutch colonial regime. This book is a completely revised version of The Power of Prophecy; Prince Dipanagara and the End of an Old Order in Java, – ().

A vivid biography of Indonesia’s foremost national hero, it tells the story of a remarkable figure whose life spanned his native Java’s troubled transition to the modern by: 2. The book presents a detailed analysis of Dipanagara’s pre-war visions and aspirations as a Javanese Ratu Adil ("Just King") based on extensive reading of his autobiography, the Babad Dipanagara as well as a number of other Javanese sources.

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Babad Dipanagara. LOr a-d. Copy of the original probably made in the ’s. pp., pp., pp., pp. 43 cantos. Original dated Dipanagara’s auto-biographical chronicle written under his orders in Manado.

Babad Dipanagaran. Yogyakarta kraton MS. (Widyabudaya) A Copy dated A.J. Saat menyelusuri internet untuk menambah referensi, dalam rangka mengunggah 'Peta Sejarah Perang Dipanegara' yang lalu, 'rare book' merasa agak terusik karena terbaca komentar-komentar negatif di beberapa 'website' yang mengunggah topik mengenai diterbitkannya naskah 'Babad Dipanagara' hasill editan Peter Carey, oleh 'Kuala Lumpur Art Printers, Malaysia.

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Carey Dipanegara, Pangeran, [ Book: ] Languages: English;Indonesian;Javanese, [2 others] At 13 libraries. Merle C. Ricklefs There is a tradition of scepticism about the historical value of Javanese chronicles (babad), which has led to a privileging of European sources in the study of Javanese history.

This scepticism may rest upon doubt whether the Javanese even have a sense of history. This paper argues that there is ample evidence in Javanese chronicles of a vibrant sense of Author: M. Ricklefs. Babad Dipanagara is set to be dramatically performed by poet Landung Simatupang during the Makassar International Writers' Festival, which will take place from June 4 to 7 in Makassar, South.

The item The power of prophecy; Prince Dipanagara and the end of an old order in Java,(electronic book) represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in University of Liverpool.

An account of the British occupation of Java at the end of the Napoleonic Wars, this volume provides a unique Javanese perspective on the imposition of imperial rule. Based on the diary of a senior Yogyakarta prince, Carey's book sheds light on many aspects of court politics and society and offers a glimpse of some of the main Javanese and British protagonists.

2 Peter Carey, ed. and transl., Babad Dipanagara: An Account of the Outbreak of the Java War (–30); The Surakarta Court Version of the Babad Dipanagara with Translations into English and Indonesian Malay (Kuala Lumpur: Art Printing Works for the Council of the MBRAS, ), p.

3 Peter Carey, ed. The book presents a detailed analysis of Dipanagara’s pre-war visions and aspirations as a Javanese Ratu Adil (‘Just King’) based on extensive reading of his autobiography, the Babad Dipanagara as well as a number of other Javanese sources.

20 S. 55, Van Sevenhoven, J. I., ‘Nota over de landvcrhuringen aan partikulieren in de Vorsten Landcn op Java’, 16 03 ; and Carey, (ed. and trans.), Babad Dipanagara, pp. LXVIII n.n. 20, n. Dipanagara's personal wealth was important in helping to finance the opening stages of the by: The book will be read with profit by all those interested in the rise of Western colonial rule in Indonesia, the fate of indigenous cultures in an age of imperialism and the role of Javanese Islam in modern Indonesian history.

\ud Peter Carey, Laithwaite tutor in History at Trinity College, Oxford, has made a lifetime study of Dipanagara and Author: Peter Carey.

(). Book reviews. Asian Studies Association of Australia. Review: Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. Babad Sangkala and the Javanese sense of history - article ; n°1 ; vol, pg Archipel - Année - Volume 55 - Numéro 1 - Pages Merle C.

RicklefsThere is a tradition of scepticism about the historical value of Javanese chronicles (babad), which has led to a privileging of European sources in the study of Javanese history. Located at the juncture of literature, history, and anthropology, Writing the Past, Inscribing the Future charts a strategy of how one might read a traditional text of non-Western historical literature in order to generate, with it, an opening for the future.

This book does so by taking seriously a haunting work of historical prophecy inscribed in the nineteenth century by a Price: $ Carey, P.B.R. Babad Dipanagara: an account of the outbreak of the Java War (): the Surakarta court version of the Babad Dipanagara Kuala Lumpur: Printed for the Council of the M.B.R.A.S.

by Art Printing Works, Monograph (Royal Asiatic Society of. Babad Dipanagara: An Account of the Outbreak of the Java War (); The Surakarta Court Version of the Babad Dipanagara with Translations into English and Indonesian Malay.

Kuala Lumpur: The Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society. Chirot, Daniel. “Conflicting Identities and the Dangers of Communalism.”. Available in the National Library of Australia collection.

Author: Carey, Caroline; Format: Book; vi, p.: ill., maps, ports. ; 22 cm. The Global Experience provides students with up-to-date, global, and high interest readings with a social history focus.

Offering a global perspective of world history, this collection provides a concise, easy-to-read selection of documents and secondary : $   Baureksa’s encounter with the Goddess of the Southern Ocean is also taken directly from a Javanese chronicle, the Babad Dipanagara.

English translation from The Power of Prophecy: Prince Dipanagara and the End of an Old Order in Java, p. - J. van Baal, B. van Norren, Socio-culturele structuur en innovatie: een structuur-vergelijkend onderzoek naar adoptie van family-planning in de periode door Sundanese echtparen in twee rurale gemeenschappen op West-Java.

Carey, Peter () Babad Dipanagara: An Account of the Outbreak of the Java War, –30, Kuala Lumpur: Council of the MBRAS. Google Scholar Clark, Marshall () ‘Men, masculinities and symbolic violence in recent Indonesian cinema’, Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol.

3, No. 1, pp –Author: Alicia Izharuddin. Sërat Babad Dipanagaran was composed by Dipanagara after he was exiled to Menado in It was published in part by Albert Rusche & book to.

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Prince Diponegoro is an Indonesian national hero who led a major uprising against the Dutch colonial regime, or the Java War, in –30 and who wrote a.

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Babad Dipanagara merupakan kumpulan puisi (mascapat atau puisi tradisional Jawa/tembang) setebal halaman folio, yang menceritakan sejarah nabi, sejarah Pulau Jawa baik pada zaman Majapahit hingga perjanjian Giyanti (Mataram), yang dituturkan langsung oleh Pangeran Diponegoro sendiri dan ditulis oleh juru tulis sejak Mei hingga Dikenal atas: Pahlawan Nasional Indonesia.

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The Hofstadgroup offers a window into the broader phenomenon of homegrown jihadism that arose in.The book presents a detailed analysis of Dipanagara's pre-war visions and aspirations as a Javanese Ratu Adil ("Just King") based on his autobiography, the Babad Dipanagara, and other Javanese sources, as well as Dutch and British records.

The book is concerned with the rise of Western colonial rule in Indonesia, the fate of indigenous cultures.