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Presentasi Peter Carey di Sanata Dharma_7 Maret 2012_Metode Riset Sejarah_Membosankan atau Mengasyikkan

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Presentasi Peter Carey di ruang seminar LPPM Sanata Dharma, pada 7 Maret 2012. Mengenai Metode Riset Sejarah: Membosankan atau Mengasyikkan?

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Presentasi Peter Carey di Sanata Dharma_7 Maret 2012_Metode Riset Sejarah_Membosankan atau Mengasyikkan

  1. 1. METODE RISET SEJARAH: MEMBOSANKAN ATAU MENGASYIKKAN? SEBUAH CERAMAH OLEH DR PETER CAREY PENULIS BUKU KUASA RAMALAN. PANGERAN DIPONEGORO DAN AKHIR TATANAN LAMA DI JAWA 1785-1855 RABU, 7 MARET 2012 Penyelenggara: Program Magister Ilmu Religi dan Budaya dan Pusat Penilitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat, Universitas Sanata Dharma
  2. 2. In the Beginning or Where it all started Rangoon 30 April 1948 11 a.m.
  3. 3. My parents – Brian and Wendy on their Wedding Day, Jaipur, India, Feb. 1943
  4. 4. A Very English Education Winchester College, 1961-66: Learning the Historian’s Craft in Moberly Library
  5. 5. The ‘Anarchy’ of King Stephen’s Reign (1135-1154): William of Malmesbury’s Historia Novela & the Gesta Stephani Regis Anglorum
  6. 6. Trinity College, Oxford: Undergraduate Years, 1966-69: The Challenge of a Second Identity – My Study
  7. 7. Professor Richard Charles Cobb (1917–1996) Though a British historian, Cobb spent much of his life in France and consequently brought a comprehensive knowledge of the original archives to his work on French history. He was associated with the 'history from below' group, but has been seen as particularly significant because of his stress on the individual and rejection of all theory-based generalisations.
  8. 8. The Moment of Truth: An Encounter on Balliol Lawn, July 1969
  9. 9. Looking Ahead: Oxford DPhil November 1975 and Oxford Wedding, 19 July 2001
  10. 10. The Impact of the French Revolution Overseas: Java Marshal Herman Willem Daendels (1762-1818) who overturned the corrupt system of the Dutch East India Company and instituted a new Era of colonial government in the Indies
  11. 11. The Napoleon of Java: Daendels’ Trans-Island Highway (Postweg)
  12. 12. Caught in the Cross-Fire Indonesia as Naval Battle Ground in the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars
  13. 13. Opening a Door onto a Brave New World: Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1969-70
  14. 14. My Cornell Professors: Ben Anderson and George McTurnan Kahin
  15. 15. My Eureka Moment: Olin Library circa December 1969
  16. 16. Falling in Love with the Mystic Prince
  17. 17. The Way of the Satrio Lelono: Diponegoro and his followers prepare for a pilgrimage to find the ‘flower of victory’
  18. 18. The Spiritual Geography of south- central Java The Labuhan Offerings of the Yogyakarta court to the South Sea Goddess at Parangkusumo (South Coast)
  19. 19. Last Stand of the ‘Old Order’: The Outbreak of the Java War (1825-30)
  20. 20. The Santri Prince as Ratu Adil: Original Pegon Admin Documents in the Dutch National Archives in The Hague
  21. 21. The Netherlands-Indies as ‘Gulag’ Archipelago: Diponegoro’s Exile Voyages (1830-33)
  22. 22. The Exile Prince as Litterateur: Reading the Tasawwuf in Makassar
  23. 23. House of the Rising Sun Mardi Gras in New Orleans February 1970
  24. 24. My Second Eureka Moment Mississipi Paddle Steamer and the Djakarta-Lloyd Dock
  25. 25. Rough Passage to Indonesia Djakarta-Lloyd Cargo Ship SS Sam Ratulangie as Taman Mini Indonesia Lepas
  26. 26. The Jakarta of My Dreams: My Expected Homecoming in the Old Fishing Port (Pasar Ikan)
  27. 27. Rough Landing in Palembang: The Musi River and the City I Never Saw
  28. 28. Last Flight Out of Palembang NZAF Bristol Freighter as Angel of Mercy
  29. 29. The Life Saver Changi RAF Hospital Singapore circa 1970
  30. 30. Back to the Beginning in Jakarta: Jalan Tanah Abang I - Pabrik Es Petojo and the Harmonie Roundabout
  31. 31. The Gedung Arsip (Old National Archives Building Jakarta), Jalan Gajahmada
  32. 32. The Babad Diponegoro (1831-32): Indonesia’s First Autobiography
  33. 33. The Smell of Decay: Original Copy of the Babad Diponegoro in the Indonesian National Library (PusNas)
  34. 34. The New Global Order in Action Daendels, Raffles and the power of the Royal Navy during the attack on Bandaneira on 10 August 1810
  35. 35. – * Masyarakyat Bunglon: Pangéran Adipati Pakualam II (reigned, 1829- 58) as an ally of the British Daguerrotype made in the 1850s.
  36. 36. Anger erupts: Diponegoro hits the Yogya Prime Minister with his Shoe • Get the Joke?
  37. 37. Dressing the Part: Ottoman Influence & Dutch Perceptions Major FVHA de Stuers Portrait of Diponegoro made in Semarang 5 April 1830
  38. 38. The Javanese View: Radèn Saleh’s Portrait of the Capture of Diponegoro at Magelang, 28 March 1830 (1857) • Numbers = Historical Individuals
  39. 39. Portrait from the Life: AJ Bik’s Painting of Diponegoro in the Stadhuis in Batavia, April 1830 ‘He is still full of fire’ Prins Hendrik ‘Sang Pelaut’, 10 March 1837

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