Commemorating gendered violence two decades on: Chinese Indonesian women's voices in the diaspora
AuthorSetiawan, K; Winarnita, M
EditorMcGregor, K; Dragojlovic, A; Loney, H
Source TitleGender, Violence and Power in Indonesia : Across Time and Space
University of Melbourne Author/sSetiawan, Ken
CitationsSetiawan, K. & Winarnita, M. (2020). Commemorating gendered violence two decades on: Chinese Indonesian women's voices in the diaspora. McGregor, K (Ed.). Dragojlovic, A (Ed.). Loney, H (Ed.). Gender, Violence and Power in Indonesia : Across Time and Space, (1st), pp.119-142. Routledge.
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Two decades have passed since the May 1998 ‘Tragedy’. This event refers to the violence that swept across Indonesia, and particularly the capital Jakarta, in the lead-up to the fall of the authoritarian Suharto regime (1966–98). The violence included assaults on Chinese Indonesians, their businesses and property. Many women became victims of mass rapes and sexual assaults. As a consequence of the violence, a considerable number of Chinese Indonesians fled the country and resettled across the globe (Nonini 2006). ...
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