Archaeological Chemistry- III by Lambert J.B. (ed.)

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16 See further the discussion in Westad (2005). 13 | Jennifer Lindsay was rising. Keith Foulcher’s essay in this volume, which discusses the ideas of a group of artists, writers and intellectuals who represented the cultural arm of Sutan Sjahrir’s Partai Sosialis Indonesia (PSI, Indonesian Socialist Party) writing in the bi-monthly Konfrontasi, and traces their shifting interaction with the world outside, shows the crucial role of China in sharpening the new issue troubling intellectuals by around 1957, namely: whose modernity?

Having studied film in the United States at UCLA (1952-53), Ismail travelled to Egypt in 1959. He was deeply impressed with Egyptian films made with nationalist themes, and made inquiries about the possibility of Indonesian-Egyptian co-production. His exposure to the modern Muslim cultural force that was Egypt at this time was seminal in his formulation of a role for LESBUMI, established in 1962. But it was the local tensions within 18 Interview with Oei Hai Djoen in July 2008, former member of LEKRA secretariat.

Malay, Indian and Hollywood films were standard fare, and Plomp notes that the remarkable level of attendance is revealed by the fact that local taxes on cinema tickets provided one third of the total municipal budget. Earnest discussions about ‘national culture’ in cultural journals, and debates about ideology seem very far from all this. Barbara Hatley’s essay on the vibrant cultural life in Makassar in the 1950s also places the activities sponsored by the cultural organizations there against a broader backdrop of cultural life of the time, which included foreign movies, popular music and radio broadcasts.

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