When Clio meets the Titans : rethinking state-historian relations in Indonesia and the Philippines
Riding the waves of decolonisation characteristic of postcolonial decades, the governments in Indonesia and the Philippines sponsored in the 1970s their respective history-writing projects: Sejarah Nasional Indonesia (SNI) and the Tadhana Project. One of the purported aims was to produce a 'truly' nationalist history that could help 'repair the damage' wrought by colonial experience. While nationalism provided a broad template within which the scholars and the state forged a partnership,...[Show more]
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