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    • After All 

      George, Kenneth M. (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
      This essay, one of more than a dozen in this volume to honor the late Mary Margaret Steedly, takes the place of an afterword for this memorial collection that constitute a multi-voiced appreciation of Steedly by her ...
    • Audience 

      Leshkowich, Ann Marie (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
      This essay is one of more than a dozen in this volume to honor the late Mary Margaret Steedly. The paper’s theme is “audience” and considers Steedly’s two-part charge of “how to audience.” First, look for stories that do ...
    • Culture 

      Lahiri, Smita (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
      This essay is one of more than a dozen in this volume to honor the late Mary Margaret Steedly. The paper’s theme is “culture.” Steedly regarded stories as belonging to two distinct but entwined orders of reality: experience ...
    • Eating an Elephant: Culinary Nationalism and the Memory of the Senses 

      Steedly, Mary Margaret (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
      Mary Steedly’s “Eating an Elephant” is a previously unpublished paper that Steedly originally delivered as a lecture. This essay offers insight into her ethnographic praxis as an observer, listener, and writer, making it ...
    • Editors' Note, Indonesia, Volume 109 (April 2020) 

      Barker, Joshua; Tagliacozzo, Eric (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
    • Front Cover, Indonesia, Volume 109 (April 2020) 

      Barker, Joshua; Tagliacozzo, Eric (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
    • Gender 

      Jones, Carla (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
      This essay is one of more than a dozen in this volume to honor the late Mary Margaret Steedly. The paper’s theme is “gender.” Even when gender was not at the center of Steedly’s analytical frame, it was. Steedly saw a world ...
    • Haunting 

      Good, Byron J.; Good, Mary-Jo DelVecchio (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
      This essay is one of more than a dozen in this volume to honor the late Mary Margaret Steedly. The paper’s theme is “haunting.” Steedly’s writings are filled with stories of spirits—in Karoland during the New Order’s core ...
    • Introduction—Someone Else Speaking: Reflections on Mary Steedly as Author and Anthropologist 

      Lahiri, Smita; Spyer, Patricia; Strassler, Karen (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
      This essay introduces the fifteen pieces in this volume that honor the late Mary Margaret Steedly—a collection that emphasizes her ground-breaking contributions to anthropology, feminist studies, and the study of Indonesia. ...
    • Mary Margaret Steedly: Selected Publications 

      The Editors (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
    • Memory 

      Strassler, Karen (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
      This essay is one of more than a dozen in this volume to honor the late Mary Margaret Steedly. The paper’s theme is “memory.” Steedly described memories as “densely layered, sometimes conflictual negotiations with the ...
    • Narrative 

      Peacock, James (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
      This essay is one of more than a dozen in this volume to honor the late Mary Margaret Steedly. The paper’s theme is “narrative.” Throughout all of Steedly’s work one can see her consistent attention to meaning, humanity, ...
    • Nationalism 

      Kusumaryati, Veronika (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
      This essay is one of more than a dozen in this volume to honor the late Mary Margaret Steedly. The paper’s theme is “nationalism.” Steedly’s ethnography based on her fieldwork experience in the 1980s reveals Indonesians’ ...
    • Outskirts 

      Grayman, Jesse Hession (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
      This essay is one of more than a dozen in this volume to honor the late Mary Margaret Steedly. The paper’s theme is “outskirts”—areas that are not just geographically distant from a metropolitan center, but also fraught ...
    • Review of Censorship in Colonial Indonesia, 1901–1942 

      Ingleson, John (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
    • Review of Illiberal Democracy in Indonesia: The Ideology of the Family State 

      Winters, Jeffrey A. (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
    • Review of Indonesia: State & Society in Transition 

      Hefner, Robert W. (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
    • Review of Indonesian Law 

      Kingsley, Jeremy J. (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
    • Review of Photographic Subjects: Monarchy and Visual Culture in Colonial Indonesia 

      Van der Meer, Arnout (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)
    • Review of Wayang & Its Doubles: Javanese Puppet Theatre, Television and the Internet 

      Varela, Miguel Escobar (Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, 2020-04)