Douglas Kammen

Douglas Kammen writes on the history and politics of Indonesia and East Timor. His most recent books are Independent Timor-Leste: Between Coercion and Consent (Cambridge University Press, 2019) and Cina Timor: Baba, Hakka, and Cantonese in the Making of Timor-Leste (Yale Council on Southeast Asia Studies, 2019). He teaches at the National University of Singapore.


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Conrad and Coal

The exploitative mining of coal was central to Conrad’s critique of colonial capitalism....

Conrad and Coal
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