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Berg, 1993. . Hardcover. Fine. No dj. An account of culture & society in the villages of West Sumatra, Indonesia, during the period of Dutch colonialism based on materials collected from the colonial archives, local Indonesian newspapers, & recent fieldwork in Malaysia & Indonesia. Argues that the impact of colonial landgrabbing & political control led to the formation of a peasant economy in the period. Further argues that "... this period also witnessed the construction of what we now call 'Minangkabau Culture', a process that involved western ethnographers, colonial officials & Minangkabau intellectuals in an often conflicted process of modern cultural transformation". 314pp.