Table of contents for A history of modern Indonesia since c. 1300 / M.C. Ricklefs.

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List of maps
Preface to the first edition
Preface to the second edition
A note on orthography
Part I. The Emergence of the Modern Era: 1. The coming of Islam
2. General aspects of pre-colonial states and major empires, c. 1300-1500
3. The arrival of the Europeans in Indonesia, c. 1509-1620
4. The rise of New States, c. 1500-1650
5. Literary, religious and cultural legacies
Part II. Struggles for Hegemony, c. 1630-1800: 6. Eastern Indonesia, c. 1630-1800
7. Java, c. 1640-82
8. Java, madura and the VOC, c. 1680-1745
9. Java and the VOC, c. 1745-92
Part III. The Creation of a Colonial State, c. 1800-1910: 10. Java, 1792-1830
11. Java, 1830-1900
12. The outer Islands, c. 1800-1910
Part IV. The Emergence of the Idea of Indonesia, c. 1900-42: 13. A new colonial age
14. The first steps towards national revival, c. 1900-27
15. Repression and economic crisis, 1927-42
Part V. The Destruction of the Colonial State, 1942-1950: 16. World War II and the Japanese occupation, 1942-5
17. The revolution, 1945-50
Part VI. Independent Indonesia: 18. The democratic experiment, 1950-7
19. Guided democracy, 1957-65
20. Creating the new order, 1965-75
21. The new order since 1975
Notes and references

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Indonesia History