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Indonesian studies

A guide to Indonesian studies resources available from ANU Library

Important notice about resource links

The ANU Library has recently transitioned to a new search and discovery system. This means that the links to the resources outlined in this guide will need to be updated, so they direct you to the record in the new system. If you come across a resource with a broken link, you can access the item by searching for the title or author in our Catalogue or SuperSearch.

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This is a guide to Indonesian studies resources and collections available from ANU Library. There are more than 40,000 volumes on a variety of topics including history; economics; politics and government; development studies; cultural studies; anthropology; language and literature, and religion in Indonesian, English, Dutch, French, German and regional Indonesian languages. Of note is the Dutch archival material relating to Indonesia, together with Javanese, Malay and Balinese manuscript collections in microform.

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