Indonesia is a semi-annual journal devoted to the timely study of Indonesia's culture, history, government, economy, and society. It features original scholarly articles, interviews, translations, and book reviews. Published since April 1966, the journal provides area scholars and interested readers with contemporary analyses of Indonesia and an extensive archive of research pertaining to the nation and region. The journal is published by Cornell University's Southeast Asia Program.

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Volume 80

Publication Date: October 2005

Editorial Note, Indonesia, volume 80, (October 2005)

Table of Contents, Indonesia, volume 80, (October 2005)

Back to the Barracks: Relokasi Pengungsi in Post-Tsunami Aceh

Eva-Lotta E. Hedman; 1-19

The Curse of the Photograph: Atjeh, 1901

James T. Siegel; 21-37

Urban Patterns and Polities in Malay Trading Cities, Fifteenth through Seventeenth Centuries

Claude Guillot; 39-51

The Other Maluku: Chronologies of Conflict in North Maluku

Christopher R. Duncan; 53-80

Pilkada in East Sumba: An Old Rivalry in a New Democratic Setting

Jacqueline Vel; 81-107

Indonesian Casualties in East Timor, 1975–1999: Analysis of an Official List

Gerry van Klinken; 109-122

Current Data on the Indonesian Military Elite

The Editors; 123-159

Reviews

Islamic Justice, State Law, and Cultural Politics in Indonesia: A Review Essay

Michael G. Peletz; 161-176

Revisiting "Rural" Java: Agrarian Research in the Wake of Reformasi: A Review Essay

Gillian Hart and Nancy Lee Peluso; 177-195

Review of Durga's Mosque: Cosmology, Conversion and Community in Central Javanese Islam

R. Michael Feener; 197-201

Review of Indonesian Houses: Tradition and Transformation in Vernacular Architecture and Constituting Unity and Difference: Vernacular Architecture in a Minangkabau Village

David Hicks; 203-207

Review of Power Plays: Wayang Golek Puppet Theater of West Java

Jan Mrázek; 209-211

Review of The Collapse of a Colonial Society: The Dutch in Indonesia during the Second World War

John. Ingleson; 213-216

Review of Raja Bilah and the Mandailings in Perak: 1875-1911

Susan Rodgers; 217-219

Contributors, Indonesia, volume 80, (October 2005)