Peter B. Carey


Country: UK

Peter Carey was born in Rangoon, Myanmar. He is an Emeritus Fellow at Trinity College, Oxford, and a Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia. His main works are The British in Java, 1811–1816: A Javanese Account (1992) and The Power of Prophecy: Prince Dipanagara and The End of an Old Order in Java, 1785–1855 (2007). His most recent book is Racial Différence and the Colonial Wars of 19th Century Southeast Asia (2021), co-edited with Farish Ahmad Noor.

Supported by Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia

Peter Carey lahir di Rangoon, Myanmar. Ia adalah Emeritus Fellow di Trinity College, Oxford, dan Guru Besar Tamu di Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya, Universitas Indonesia. Karya utamanya adalah The British in Java, 1811–1816: A Javanese Account (1992) dan The Power of Prophecy: Prince Dipanagara and The End of an Old Order in Java, 1785–1855 (2007). Bukunya yang paling mutakhir adalah Racial Différence and the Colonial Wars of 19th Century Southeast Asia (2021) yang disunting bersama Farish Ahmad Noor.

Didukung oleh Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia

Appearing in

Main Program | Alternative History of Indonesia

Can re-telling narratives change our understanding of contemporary Indonesian history? Peter Carey, Eko Darmoko, and Max Lane discuss why the analysis of the longest period of Indonesian history, the New …


Book Launch | Percakapan Diponegoro

Eleven weeks after Diponegoro’s detention on March 28, 1830, in Magelang, every conversation with Pangeran Diponegoro was recorded by three Dutch military officers assigned to escort his journey into exile …