The Banda island :  hidden histories & miracles of nature

The Banda island : hidden histories & miracles of nature

Russel, Jan (Penyunting)

Sejarah-- Kepulauan Banda (Maluku Tengah) -- Tanaman rempah-- Kepulauan Banda (Maluku Tengah)
Detil Buku
Edisi -
Penerbit Jakarta : Kabar Media, 2017; © Kabar Media 2017
Deskripsi Fisik 239 halaman : ilustrasi ; 25 cm
ISBN 9789791841054
Subjek Sejarah-- Kepulauan Banda (Maluku Tengah) -- Tanaman rempah-- Kepulauan Banda (Maluku Tengah)
Bahasa Inggris
Call Number R/959.85 BAN
Deskripsi
The Banda Islands, once known as the ‘islands of spicerie’ have witnessed key moments in world history, from the beginnings of global capitalism and colonization to Indonesia’s journey towards becoming a nation. The richness of their culture, history and natural wealth has long fascinated people from around the world. The Banda Islands have long fascinated explorers, anthropologists, writers, photographers, filmmakers, and artists. These 'islands of spicerie' have witnessed key moments in history, from the beginnings of global capitalism and colonization to Indonesia's journey towards becoming a nation. Today the region is one of the last true marine wildernesses in the world. The Banda Islands anthology features the words and images of those who have come under the islands' spell through the centuries, including : Amitav Ghosh, Giles Milton, Elizabeth Pisani, Goenawan Mohamad, Des Alwi, Jean Couteau, Oscar Motuloh, M.Fadli, Tim Severin, John Seabrook, Made Wianta, Hanafi, Lawrence Blair, Michael Vatikiotis, Hanna Rambe, Janet DeNeefe, Beatrice Glow, Jay Subyakto, Philip Winn, and many more. This book consists of photographs and pictures of great historical value which do not deviate from artistic ideals. This book fits perfectly in its price range. By displaying thick, high-quality paper, attractive images, and design concepts that attract readers' interest.
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