Nationalism and regionalism in a colonial context : Minahasa in the Dutch East Indies
The "regional nationalisms" of early twentieth century Indonesia are often portrayed either as mere components of the Indonesian nationalist movement or as expressions of "primordial" ethnic sentiments. Minahasa, however, displayed a local nationalism which was neither. Minahasan nationalism was an autonomous development conditioned by many of the same modernising processes which generated its Indonesian counterpart, but operating on a smaller scale, and beginning at an earlier...[Show more]
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