By Claire Holt
In those stories, students from the us and Indonesia establish a few of the cultural roots of Indonesian political habit. The authors, representing the fields of anthropology, background, and political technological know-how, discover the ways that conventional associations, ideals, values, and ethnic origins impact notions of energy and uprising, impression political occasion affiliations, and create new modes of cultural expression. utilizing diverse yet modern methods, the authors express what might be realized approximately Indonesia via use of the Western innovations of "culture" and "politics." Professors Lev, Liddle, and Sartono illustrate how a lot could be won from featuring Indonesian existence in Western phrases, whereas Professors Abdullah and Anderson distinction Indonesian and Western principles. In an Afterword, Clifford Geertz displays at the questions raised in those essays by means of discussing the demanding relationships among Indonesian political associations and the cultural framework within which they exist. CLAIRE HOLT used to be, till her loss of life in 1970, Senior examine affiliate of the fashionable Indonesia venture, Cornell college. In Indonesia she served as assistant to the past due Dr. W.F. Stutterheim, the famous archaeologist and cultural historian. She lectured widely in Europe, the a ways East, and the U.S. on Indonesian tradition, and labored as a researcher and coaching expert for the U.S. division of nation.
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23 But Helen Taylor also accepted the view of her step-father, Mill, that the petition should incorporate no principle of exclusion which differentiated between men and women, as any limitation of the demand to unmarried women and widows would have done. 24 This represented a compromise which, though it effectively excluded married women under coverture, did not expressly do so. A refusal to take any deliberately exclusive stand on this issue marked the approach of Radical suffragists like Elizabeth Wolstenholme for the remainder of the century, while the subsequent readiness of more moderate suffragists expressly to write married women out of the demand gave rise to some of the bitterest disputes among suffragists.
33 No doubt, in these circumstances, she especially welcomed an opportunity to change career, and to take up the paid secretary’s position recently established by the Vigilance Association at an annual salary of £300. Her friend, Mary Priestman, reported: ‘She will live in London and devote herself to Parliamentary work for which she is wonderfully fitted’,34 and certainly Elizabeth Wolstenholme’s knowledge and understanding 36 ‘THE REVOLT OF THE WOMEN’ of parliamentary procedure was to become a by-word in the movement thereafter.
7 But as new rights were being won from the 1860s, fresh injustices were simultaneously being created, and these fresh wrongs served only to compound the inter-relatedness of formal politics and personal life in the eyes of Radical suffragists like Elizabeth Wolstenholme. At the Social Science Conference in Bristol in 1869 she heard two medical men, Charles Bell Taylor and Charles Worth, launch a public campaign against the Contagious Diseases Acts. There she learnt that this legislation, which had been introduced in 1864 and extended by two further acts in 1866 and 1869, required women to undergo medical examination, if suspected of prostitution in certain designated military and naval districts.