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An embassy from the East-India Company of the United Provinces (1665) karya Johan Nieuhof. Dunia VOC sejak dulu menjadi sorotan penelitian multidisipliner. Studi Dunia VOC merupakan bidang ilmu yang banyak diteliti sejak abad ke-17.
Replika East Indiaman milik Perusahaan Hindia Timur Belanda/Serikat Dagang Hindia Timur (VOC). Sebagai megakorporasi pertama, Perusahaan Hindia Timur Belanda sering dianggap sebagai perusahaan multinasional (atau perusahaan transnasional) modern pertama.[1] Inovasi kelembagaan dan praktik bisnis VOC menjadi dasar munculnya perusahaan dan pasar modal global yang kini menguasai sistem ekonomi dunia.
Pahatan Oost-Indisch Huis ("Rumah Hindia Timur") abad ke-17 di Amsterdam, markas global Serikat Dagang Hindia Timur (VOC).
Ruang konferensi Heeren XVII, dewan direksi VOC, di Oost-Indisch Huis, Amsterdam.
The Castle of Batavia karya Andries Beeckman (ca. 1660-an). Kastil ini terletak di Batavia, Jawa, pusat administrasi de facto VOC (markas kedua VOC) yang dipimpin seorang Gubernur Jenderal (pemimpin eksekutif de facto VOC) sejak 1610 sampai seterusnya.
Porselen Arita Jepang dengan logo monogram Perusahaan. Logo monogram VOC adalah logo perusahaan pertama yang tersebar ke seluruh penjuru dunia.

Perusahaan Hindia Timur Belanda (Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie atau VOC) adalah salah satu badan usaha paling berpengaruh dan paling banyak diteliti sepanjang sejarah.[2][3][4][5][6][7][8] Sebagai negara-perusahaan besar, VOC secara efektif berubah wujud dari badan usaha menjadi negara, imperium, atau bahkan dunia.[note 1][9] Dunia VOC (i.e. jaringan orang, tempat, hal, aktivitas, dan peristiwa yang berkaitan dengan Perusahaan Hindia Timur Belanda) menjadi topik banyak sekali literatur, termasuk karya fiksi dan non-fiksi.[10] Studi Dunia VOC adalah bidang multidisipliner internasional yang mendalami aktivitas sosial, budaya, agama, ilmu pengetahuan, teknologi, ekonomi, keuangan, maritim, militer, politik, hukum, diplomatik, organisasi institusional, dan administrasi VOC beserta dunianya. Para sejarawan VOC meliputi Sinnappah Arasaratnam, Leonard Blussé, Peter Borschberg, Charles Ralph Boxer, Jaap Bruijn, Femme Gaastra, Om Prakash, Günter Schilder, dan Nigel Worden.

Pelajaran kesuksesan dan kegagalan VOC sangat penting dalam sejarah bisnis global. Dengan modal dasar permanen,[11] VOC merupakan perseroan terbatas terorganisasi permanen pertama pada awal kapitalisme modern.[12][13][14] Sebagai perintis model perusahaan modern, VOC merupakan perusahaan pertama yang terdaftar di bursa efek resmi. Pada awal 1600-an, VOC menjadi perusahaan terbuka terdaftar resmi pertama (atau perusahaan terdaftar terbuka) setelah menjual obligasi dan saham ke masyarakat umum. Semua perusahaan multinasional terdaftar terbuka modern (termasuk perusahaan-perusahaan Forbes Global 2000) adalah buah dari model bisnis VOC abad ke-17.

Selama hampir 200 tahun berdiri (1602–1800), Perusahaan ini memainkan peran penting dalam sejarah bisnis, finansial, sosial-politik-ekonomi,[note 2] militer-politik, diplomatik, hukum,[note 3] etnis, dan penjelajahan maritim dunia. Pada zaman modern awal, VOC adalah penggerak munculnya globalisasi perusahaan,[15][16] kekuasaan perusahaan, identitas perusahaan, budaya perusahaan, tanggung jawab sosial perusahaan, tata kelola perusahaan, keuangan perusahaan, kapitalisme perusahaan, dan kapitalisme keuangan. Praktik inovasi kelembagaan dan bisnis VOC menjadi awal mula munculnya perusahaan-perusahaan global raksasa[17][18][19] sebagai mesin sosial-politik-ekonomi yang sangat berpengaruh dan kuat[20][21][22][23] di dunia modern saat ini.[24][25][26][27][28][29][30][31][32][33] Inovasi-inovasi baru ini memungkinkan sebuah badan usaha seperti VOC mengumpulkan sumber daya keuangan dari para investor dan membangun sesuatu yang sebelumnya hanya bisa dilakukan oleh penguasa kerajaan.[34] Perusahaan ini juga memainkan peran penting dalam kebangkitan Amsterdam sebagai contoh pusat keuangan internasional modern pertama. Dengan segala inovasi kelembagaan dan peran dalam sejarah dunia, Perusahaan ini dianggap sebagai perusahaan besar pertama, perusahaan modern pertama,[35][36] perusahaan global pertama, perusahaan paling bernilai,[37], terpenting, dan paling berpengaruh sepanjang sejarah.

Dalam sejarah militer dan politik, VOC dan Perusahaan Hindia Barat Belanda (WIC/GWIC) dipandang sebagai perpanjangan tangan internasional Republik Belanda dan kekuasaan simbolis Imperium Belanda. Sejak berdiri, VOC merupakan perpaduan (kompleks) militer-politik-ekonomi, bukan perusahaan dagang atau perusahaan kapal semata.[38] Aktivitas Perusahaan memiliki pengaruh yang besar terhadap sejarah modern awal beberapa negara dan teritori di seluruh dunia seperti Republik Belanda (Provinsi Belanda Bersatu), Belanda Baru (Amerika Utara),[note 4] Indonesia, Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, Selandia Baru, Afrika Selatan, Mauritius, Taiwan, dan Jepang.

Dalam kartografi Masa Keemasan Belanda (c. 1570an–1670an), navigator dan kartografer VOC turut membantu mengembangkan pengetahuan kartografi dan geografi dunia modern. Jaringan perdagangan VOC menghasilkan infrastruktur yang bisa diakses orang-orang yang ingin mempelajari dunia eksotis. Dalam sejarah penjelajahan maritim dunia, sebagai penggerak utama Masa Keemasan penjelajahan dan penemuan Belanda (c. 1590an–1720an), pelayaran penjelajahan yang didanai VOC seperti armada Willem Janszoon (Duyfken), Henry Hudson (Halve Maen), dan Abel Tasman mengungkap daratan yang belum diketahui oleh masyarakat modern waktu itu dan mengabadikan nama mereka di peta dunia. Navigator dan penjelajah VOC adalah orang non-pribumi pertama yang menemukan, menjelajahi, dan memetakan pesisir daratan Australia, Tasmania, Selandia Baru, Fiji, dan Tonga. Australia adalah benua berpenghuni terakhir yang dijelajahi dan dipetakan secara cermat. Pada abad ke-17, navigator dan penjelajah VOC memetakan hampir tiga per empat pesisir Australia, kecuali pesisir timur.

Meski peran dan sumbangan sejarah VOC sangat banyak, Perusahaan ini banyak dikritik karena melakukan monopoli, kekerasan, kolonialisme, perdagangan budak, eksploitasi (termasuk penggunaan tenaga kerja budak), dan perusakan lingkungan. Seperti kata Graham Harman (2016), "Salah satu paradoks Perusahaan ini [VOC] adalah Belanda merupakan bangsa paling liberal dan manusiawi di Eropa waktu itu, tetapi mereka menanamkan kejahatan yang sangat efisien dalam Perusahaan ini."[note 5][39]

Nama alternatif Perusahaan yang pernah digunakan adalah Serikat Dagang Hindia Timur dan Jan Compagnie.

Berikut adalah daftar karya tentang sejarah VOC. Daftar ini belum lengkap.

Non-fiksi[sunting | sunting sumber]

Buku, disertasi, dan tesis[sunting | sunting sumber]

Umum[sunting | sunting sumber]

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  • Blussé, Leonard; Zandvliet, Kees: The Dutch Encounter with Asia, 1600–1950. Waanders, 2004, 464pp
  • Boxer, C. R.: The Dutch Seaborne Empire, 1600–1800. (London, 1965)
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  • Boxer, C. R.: Dutch Merchants and Mariners in Asia, 1602–1795. (Collected Studies Series). Variorum, 1988, 350pp)
  • Bruijn, J.R., et al. (eds.): Muiterij: oproer en berechting op schepen van de VOC. (Haarlem, 1980) [in Dutch]
  • Bruijn, J.R.; Gaastra, Femme: Ships, Sailors and Spices: East India Companies and their Shipping in the 16th, 17th and 18th Century. (Amsterdam: NEHA, 1993. pp. xi + 208)
  • Bruijn, J.R.: Commanders of Dutch East India Ships in the Eighteenth Century. (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2011, ISBN 9781843836223)
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  • Guy, Richard John: First Spaces of Colonialism: The Architecture of Dutch East India Company Ships. (Ph.D. diss., Cornell University, 2012)
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  • Ketting, Herman: Fluitschepen voor de VOC. Balanceren tussen oncostelijckheijt en duursaemheijt. (Zaltbommel: Aprilis, 2006) [in Dutch]
  • Knoest, Jurre J.A.: Met Jan Compagnie naar de Oost. Het leven aan boord van de VOC-schepen, circa 1660–1745 [With Jan Compagnie to Asia. Life On Board the Ships of the Dutch East India Company, circa 1660–1745]. (Bachelor thesis, University of Amsterdam, 2005) [in Dutch]
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  • Milton, Giles: Nathaniel's Nutmeg: Or the True and Incredible Adventures of the Spice Trader Who Changed the Course of History. (New York: Penguin Books, 1999)
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  • Raben, Remco; de Bruijn, Max (eds.): The World of Jan Brandes, 1743–1808: Drawings of a Dutch Traveller in Batavia, Ceylon and Southern Africa. (Amsterdam: Waanders Publishers & Rijksmuseum, 2004)
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  • Schutte, G.J. (ed.): Het Indisch Sion. De Gereformeerde kerk onder de Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie. (Hilversum, 2002) [in Dutch]
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  • Sleigh, Dan: Jan Compagnie: The World of the Dutch East India Company. (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1980)
  • Steur, J.J.: Herstel of Ondergang: de Voorstellen tot Redres van de Verenigde OostIndische Compagnie, 1740–1795. (Utrecht, NL: HES Uitgevers, 1984) [in Dutch]
  • Stevens, Harm: De VOC in bedrijf, 1602–1799. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 1998, ISBN 9789057300073) [in Dutch]
  • Terpstra, H.: De opkomst der Westerkwartieren van de Oost-Indische Compagnie (Suratte, Arabië, Perzië). ('s-Gravenhage, 1918) [in Dutch]
  • Van Dam, Pieter: Beschryvinge van de Oostindische Compagnie, Derde Boek, uitgegeven door Dr. F. W. Stapel ('s-Gravenhage, 1943) [in Dutch]
  • Van de Geijn-Verhoeven, Monique, et al.: Wonen op de Kaap en in Batavia, 1602–1795. (Zwolle: Waanders, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Van den Heuvel, Daniëlle: 'Bij uijtlandigheijt van haar man'. Echtgenotes van VOC-zeelieden, aangemonsterd voor de kamer Enkhuizen (1700–1750). (Amsterdam, 2005) [in Dutch]
  • Van Gelder, Roelof; Roeper, Vibeke (eds.): In Dienst van de Compagnie: Leven bij de VOC in Honderd Getuigenissen, 1602–1799. (Amsterdam: Athenaeum, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Van Gelder, Roelof: Naporra's Omweg: Het Leven van een VOC-Matroos (1731–1793). (Amsterdam: Atlas, 2003) [in Dutch]
  • Van Goor, J.: Prelude to Colonialism: The Dutch in Asia. (Hilversum: Verloren, 2004)
  • Van Rossum, Matthias: Kleurrijke tragiek: De geschiedenis van slavernij in Azië onder de VOC. (Hilversum: Verloren, 2015) [in Dutch]
  • Van Troostenburg de Bruyn, C. A. L.: De Hervormde Kerk in Nederlandsch Oost-Indië onder de Oost-Indische Compagnie, 1602–1795. (Arnhem: Tjeenk Willink, 1884) [in Dutch]
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  • Von der Behr, Johann: Reise nach Java, Vorder-Indien, Persien und Ceylon, 1641–50. Ed. S.P. L'Honoré Naber (Den Haag, 1930) [in German]
  • Wagenaar, Lodewijk (ed.): Aan de Overkant: Ontmoetingen in Dienst van de VOC en WIC (1600–1800). (Leiden: Sidestone Press, 2015) [in Dutch]
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Peran dalam sejarah ekonomi, keuangan, dan bisnis[sunting | sunting sumber]

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  • Koppell, Jonathan G.S.; et al. (ed.): Origins of Shareholder Advocacy. (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011, ISBN 9780230107328)
  • Laver, Michael S.: Japan's Economy by Proxy in the Seventeenth Century: China, the Netherlands, and the Bakufu. (Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2008)
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  • Nierstrasz, Chris: Rivalry for Trade in Tea and Textiles: The English and Dutch East India Companies (1700–1800). (Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)
  • Ormrod, David: The Rise of Commercial Empires: England and the Netherlands in the Age of Mercantilism, 1650–1770. (Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 2003, ISBN 0-521-81926-1)
  • Parthesius, Robert: Dutch Ships in Tropical Waters: The Development of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) Shipping Network in Asia, 1595–1660. (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2010)
  • Petram, Lodewijk: De Bakermat van de Beurs: Hoe in zeventiende-eeuws Amsterdam de moderne aandelenhandel ontstond. (Amsterdam: Atlas, 2011) [in Dutch]
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  • Prakash, Om: Bullion for Goods: European and Indian Merchants in the Indian Ocean Trade, 1500–1800. (New Delhi: Manohar, 2004)
  • Prakash, Om: On the Economic Encounter Between Asia and Europe, 1500–1800. (Surrey: Ashgate Publishing, 2014)
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  • Steensgaard, Niels: The Asian Trade Revolution of the Seventeenth Century: The East India Companies and the Decline of the Caravan Trade. (Chicago & London: University of Chicago Press, 1973)
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  • Woodfin, Thomas McCall: The Cartography of Capitalism: Cartographic Evidence for the Emergence of the Capitalist World-System in Early Modern Europe. (Ph.D. diss., Texas A&M University, 2007)

Sains, teknologi, dan budaya di Dunia VOC[sunting | sunting sumber]

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  • Blussé, Leonard: Bitters bruid: Een koloniaal huwelijksdrama in de Gouden Eeuw. (Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Balans, 1998) [in Dutch]
  • Blussé, Leonard; Ooms, I. (eds.): Kennis en Compagnie. De Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie en de moderne wetenschap [Knowledge and the Company. The Dutch East India Company and modern science]. (Amsterdam: Balans, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Blussé, Leonard: Bitter Bonds: A Colonial Divorce Drama of the Seventeenth Century. Translated from the Dutch by Diane Webb. (Princeton, N.J.: Markus Wiener Publishers, 2002)
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  • Brook, Timothy: Vermeer's Hat: The Seventeenth Century and the Dawn of the Global World. (Profile Books, 2008, 272pp)
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  • Cook, Harold J.: Matters of Exchange: Commerce, Medicine, and Science in the Dutch Golden Age. (Yale University Press, 2008, pp. 576)
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  • De Jong, Johan: Navigating through Technology: Technology and the Dutch East India Company (VOC) in the Eighteenth Century. (Enschede: University of Twente, 2016)
  • Destombes, Marcel: Cartes hollandaises. La cartographie de la Compagnie des Indes Orientales, 1593–1743. La mappemonde de Petrus Plancius gravée par Josua van den Ende, 1604, d'après l'unique exemplaire de la Bibliothèque Nationale de Paris. (Saigon, 1941) [in French]
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  • Heniger, J.: Hendrik Adriaan van Reed tot Drakestein (1636–1691) and Hortus Malabaricus: A Contribution to the History of Dutch Colonial Botany. (Rotterdam: A.A.Balkema, 1986)
  • Hertroijs, Frasie: Hoe kennis van China naar Europa kwam: De rol van jezuïeten en VOC-dienaren, circa 1680–1795 [How Knowledge Came from China to Europe: The Role of Jesuits and VOC Officials, c. 1680–1795]. (PhD diss., Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, 2014) [in Dutch]
  • Hochstrasser, Julie Berger: Still Life and Trade in the Dutch Golden Age. (Yale University Press, 2007, pp. 320)
  • Hoving, A.J.: Nicolaes Witsen and Shipbuilding in the Dutch Golden Age. (Texas A&M University Press, College Station, 2012)
  • Huigen, Siegfried; de Jong, Jan L.; Kolfin, Elmer (eds.): The Dutch Trading Companies as Knowledge Networks [Intersections]. (BRILL, 2010, 448pp)
  • Jackson, Terrence: Network of Knowledge: Western Science and the Tokugawa Information Revolution. (Honolulu: Hawai'i University Press, 2016, ISBN 9780824853587)
  • Johnson, Hiroko: Western Influence on Japanese Art: The Akita Ranga Art School and Foreign Books. (Boston: Hotei Publishing, 2005)
  • Jonker, Mennoet; et al. (eds.): Van velerlei pluimage. Zeventiende-eeuwse waterverftekeningen van Andries Beeckman. (Nijmegen: Vantilt, 2014)
  • Keene, Donald: The Japanese Discovery of Europe, 1720–1830. (Routledge, 2010, 274pp)
  • Kehoe, Marsely L.: Dutching at Home and Abroad: Dutch Trade and Manufacture of Foreign Materials and Landscapes in the Golden Age. (M.A. in Art History, University of Wisconsin–Madison, 2006)
  • Knaap, Gerrit: Kruidnagelen en christenen: de Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie en de bevolking van Ambon, 1656–1696 [Cloves and Christians: the Dutch East India Company and the population of Ambon, 1656–1696]. (Leiden: KITLV, 2004) [in Dutch]
  • Knaap, Gerrit R., et al. (eds.): Grote Atlas van de Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie [Comprehensive Atlas of the Dutch United East India Company]. (Voorburg: Uitgeverij Asia Maior, 2007) [in Dutch]
  • Koolen, Ben: Een seer bequaem middel: Onderwijs en Kerk onder de 17e eeuwse VOC. (Kampen: Kok, 1993) [in Dutch]
  • Koolen, Ben: VOC & Onderwijs: Een inventarisatie. (Amersfoort: De Vrije Uitgevers, 2011) [in Dutch]
  • LaBarge, Maria S.: Francois Valentijn's Oud En Nieuw Oost Indien and the Dutch Frontispiece in the 17th and 18th Centuries. (University of Miami, Scholarly Repository, Open Access Theses, 2008)
  • Manilal, K.S.: Hortus Malabaricus and the Socio-Cultural Heritage of India. (Calicut: Indian Association for Angiosperm Taxonomy, 2012)
  • Manjusha, Kuruppath: Staging Asia: The Dutch East India Company and the Amsterdam Theatre. (Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2017)
  • Margócsy, Dániel: Commercial Visions: Science, Trade, and Visual Culture in the Dutch Golden Age. (University of Chicago Press, 2014, pp. 336)
  • North, Michael: Kunst und Kommerz im Goldenen Zeitalter: Zur Sozialgeschichte der niederlandische Malerie des 17. Jahrhunderts. (Cologne: Bohlau Verlag, 1992) [in German]
  • North, Michael: Art and Commerce in the Dutch Golden Age. Translated from the German by Catherine Hill. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 1997)
  • North, Michael (ed.): Artistic and Cultural Exchanges between Europe and Asia, 1400–1900: Rethinking Markets, Workshops and Collections. (Burlington, Vt.: Ashgate, 2010)
  • North, Michael; Kaufmann, Thomas DaCosta (eds.): Mediating Netherlandish Art and Material Culture in Asia [Amsterdam Studies in the Dutch Golden Age]. (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2014)
  • Numata, Jiro: Western Learning: A Short History of the Study of Western Science in Early Modern Japan. Translated from the Japanese by R.C.J. Bachofner. (Tokyo: Japan-Netherlands Institute, 1992)
  • Olsen, Penny: Upside Down World: Early European Impressions of Australia's Curious Animals. (Canberra: National Library of Australia, 2010)
  • Paesie, Ruud: Zeeuwse kaarten voor de VOC. Het kaartenmakersbedrijf van de kamer Zeeland in de 17de en 18de eeuw. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2010) [in Dutch]
  • Rasel, M.M. Azizul Islam: The Seventeenth-century Dutch Travel Account and the Production of Knowledge on Asia: A Study of Vervarelyke schip-breuk van 't Oost-Indisch Jacht Ter Schelling. (M.A. thesis, Leiden University, 2012)
  • Roberts, Lissa (ed.): Centres and Cycles of Accumulation in and around the Netherlands during the Early Modern Period. (Zurich & Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2011)
  • Rookmaaker, L. C.: The Zoological Exploration of Southern Africa, 1650–1790. (Rotterdam: A.A. Balkema, 1989)
  • Schmidt, Benjamin: Inventing Exoticism: Geography, Globalism, and Europe's Early Modern World. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2015, pp. 448)
  • Schrade, Stephanie; et al. (eds.): Rembrandt and the Inspiration of India. (J. Paul Getty Museum, 2018, ISBN 978-1-60606-552-5)
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  • Sutton, Elizabeth A.: Capitalism and Cartography in the Dutch Golden Age. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2015, ISBN 978-0-226-25478-4)
  • Swan, Claudia; Schiebinger, Londa (eds.): Colonial Botany: Science, Commerce, and Politics in the Early Modern World. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2005, ISBN 978-0-8122-3827-3)
  • Unger, Richard W.: Dutch Shipbuilding before 1800: Ships and Guilds [Aspects of Economic History: The Low Countries, number 2]. (Assen: Van Gorcum, 1978)
  • Valentijn, Francois: Oud en Nieuw Oost Indien. (Amsterdam, 1726) [in Dutch]
  • Van Duivenvoorde, Wendy: Dutch East India Company Shipbuilding: The Archaeological Study of Batavia and Other Seventeenth-Century VOC Ships. (College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 2015, ISBN 978-1623491796)
  • Van Oers, R.: Dutch Town Planning Overseas during VOC and WIC Rule, 1600–1800. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2000)
  • Van Mill, P.; Scharloo, M. (eds.): De VOC in de kaart gekeken: Cartografie en navigatie van de Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie, 1602–1799 [Maps and Charts of the VOC: Cartography and Navigation of the Dutch East India Company, 1602–1799]. (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1988) [in Dutch]
  • Weststeijn, Thijs; Jorink, Eric; Scholten, Frits (eds.): Netherlandish Art in its Global Context [Netherlands Yearbook for History of Art, 66]. (Leiden: Brill, 2016, ISBN 978-90-04-33497-7)

Sejarah militer dan politik VOC[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Borschberg, Peter: The Singapore and Melaka Straits: Violence, Security and Diplomacy in the 17th Century. (Singapore: NUS Press, 2010)
  • Borschberg, Peter: Admiral Matelieff's Singapore and Johor, 1606–1616. (Singapore: NUS Press, 2016, ISBN 978-981-4722-18-6)
  • Brandon, Pepijn: Masters of War: State, Capital, and Military Enterprise in the Dutch Cycle of Accumulation (1600–1795). (Leiden: Brill, 2014)
  • Brandon, Pepijn: War, Capital, and the Dutch State (1588–1795) [Historical Materialism, Vol. 101]. (Leiden: Brill, 2015)
  • De Iongh, D.: Het Krijgswezen onder de Oostindische Compagnie. (The Hague: Van Stockum en Zoon, 1950) [in Dutch]
  • Knaap, Gerrit; Teitler, G. (eds.): De Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie: Tussen Oorlog en Diplomatie [The Dutch East India Company: between War and Diplomacy]. (Leiden: KITLV, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Knaap, Gerrit: De 'core business' van de VOC; Markt, macht en mentaliteit vanuit overzees perspectief. (Utrecht: Universiteit Utrecht, 2014) [in Dutch]
  • Knaap, Gerrit; de Jong, Michiel; den Heijer, Henk: Oorlogen overzee: Militair optreden door compagnie en staat buiten Europa, 1595–1814. (Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Boom, 2015, ISBN 9789089533586) [in Dutch]
  • MacLeod, N.: De Oost-Indische Compagnie als Zeemogendheid in Azië, 2 vols. (Rijswijk: Blankwaardt & Schoonhoven, 1927) [in Dutch]
  • Milo, T. H.: De Invloed van de Zeemacht op de Geschiedenis der Vereenigde Oost-lndische Compagnie [The Influence of Sea Power on the History of the United East India Company]. (The Hague, 1946) [in Dutch]
  • Mostert, Tristan: Chain of Command: The Military System of the Dutch East India Company, 1655–1663. (M.A. thesis, University of Leiden, 2007)
  • Nieuhof, Johan: Het Gezantschap der Neêrlandtsche Oost-Indische Compagnie, aan den grooten Tartarischen Cham, den tegenwoordigen Keizer van China [An Embassy from the East-India Company of the United Provinces to the Grand Tartar Cham, Emperor of China]. (Amsterdam, 1665) [in Dutch]
  • Tolboom, Joeri: De VOC als imperialistische macht? De machtsverspreiding van de VOC in Azië (1602–1650). (Bachelor thesis, Utrecht University, 2014) [in Dutch]
  • Van den Bos, Koen: The VOC: Trading Company or Imperial War Machine? An Inquiry into the Grand Strategy of the VOC, 1701–1705. (Bachelor thesis, Utrecht University, 2013)
  • Van Ittersum, Martine Julia: Profit and Principle: Hugo Grotius, Natural Rights Theories and the Rise of Dutch Power in the East Indies, 1595–1615. (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2006)

Sejarah maritim VOC (VOC pada Zaman Penjelajahan)[sunting | sunting sumber]

Australasia pada Masa Keemasan penjelajahan dan penemuan Belanda (c. 1590an–1720an), termasuk Nova Guinea (Nugini), Nova Hollandia (daratan Australia), Daratan Van Diemen (Tasmania), dan Nova Zeelandia (Selandia Baru).
  • Ames, Glenn J.: The Globe Encompassed: The Age of European Discovery, 1500–1700. Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008.
  • Anderson, Grahame: The Merchant of the Zeehaen: Isaac Gilsemans and the Voyages of Abel Tasman. (Wellington: Te Papa Press, 2001)
  • Ariese, Csilla: Databases of the people aboard the VOC ships Batavia (1629) & Zeewijk (1727): An analysis of the potential for finding the Dutch castaways' human remains in Australia. (Australian National Centre of Excellence for Maritime Archaeology, Department of Maritime Archaeology, Western Australian Museum, 2012)
  • Bonke, H.: De zeven reizen van de Jonge Lieve: Biografie van een VOC-schip, 1760–1781 [The seven voyages of the Jonge Lieve: A biography of a VOC ship]. (Nijmegen: SUN, 1999) [in Dutch]
  • Bontekoe, Willem Ysbrandsz: Memorable Description of the East Indian Voyage, 1618–25. Translated from the Dutch by C.B. Bodde-Hodgkinson, with an introduction and notes by Pieter Geyl. (London: G. Routledge & Sons, 1929)
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  • Drake-Brockman, Henrietta: Voyage to disaster: the life of Francisco Pelsaert covering his Indian report to the Dutch East India Company and the wreck of the ship 'Batavia' in 1629 off the coast of Western Australia together with the full text of his journals, concerning the rescue voyages, the mutiny on the Abrolhos Islands and the subsequent trials of the mutineers. [Translated from the Dutch by E. D. Drok]. (Sydney: Angus & Robertson, 1963)
  • Duyker, Edward: The Dutch in Australia [Australian Ethnic Heritage series]. (Melbourne: AE Press, 1987)
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  • Gawronski, Jerzy; Kist, Bas; Stokvis-van Boetzelaer, Odilia: Hollandia Compendium: A Contribution to the History, Archeology, Classification and Lexicography of a 150 ft. Dutch East Indiaman (1740–1750). (Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum, 1992)
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  • Leys, Simon: The Wreck of the Batavia. A True Story. (New York: Thunder's Mouth Press, 2005)
  • McHugh, Evan: 1606: An Epic Adventure. (Sydney: University of New South Wales Press, 2006)
  • Mundle, Rob: Great South Land: How Dutch Sailors found Australia and an English Pirate almost beat Captain Cook. (ABC Books, 2016, ISBN 978-0733332371)
  • Murdoch, Priscilla: Duyfken and the First Discoveries of Australia. Artarmon, N.S.W.: Antipodean Publishers, 1974
  • Mutch, T. D.: The First Discovery of Australia – With an Account of the Voyage of the "Duyfken" and the Career of Captain Willem Jansz. (Sydney, 1942) Reprinted from the Journal of the Royal Australian Historical Society, Vol. XXVIII., Part V]
  • Nichols, Robert; Woods, Martin (eds.): Mapping Our World: Terra Incognita to Australia. (Canberra: National Library of Australia, 2013, ISBN 978-0-642-27809-8)
  • Pelsaert, Francisco: The Batavia Journal of Francisco Pelsaert (1629). Edited and translated by Marit van Huystee. (Fremantle, W.A.: Western Australian Maritime Museum, 1998)
  • Peters, Nonja: The Dutch Down Under, 1606–2006. (Nedlands: University of Western Australia Press, 2006)
  • Playford, Phillip: The wreck of the Zuytdorp on the Western Australian coast in 1712. (Nedlands: Royal Western Australian Historical Society, 1960)
  • Playford, Phillip: Carpet of Silver: The Wreck of The Zuytdorp. (Nedlands: University of Western Australia Press, 1996)
  • Playford, Phillip: Voyage of Discovery to Terra Australis by Willem de Vlamingh in 1696–97. [Includes Journal of Willem Vlamingh translated from an early 18th-century manuscript held in the Archives Nationales de France]. (Perth: Western Australian Museum, 1998)
  • Pearson, Michael: Great Southern Land: The Maritime Exploration of Terra Australis. (Canberra: Department of Environment and Heritage, 2005)
  • Quanchi, Max; Robson, John: Historical Dictionary of the Discovery and Exploration of the Pacific Islands. (Lanham, MD and Oxford: Scarecrow Press, 2005)
  • Richards, Michael; O'Connor, Maura (eds.): Changing Coastlines: Putting Australia on the World Map, 1493–1993. (Canberra: National Library of Australia, 1993)
  • Robert, Willem C. H.: The Explorations, 1696–1697, of Australia by Willem de Vlamingh. Extracts from Two Log-Books Concerning the Voyage to and Explorations on the Coast of Western Australia and from Other Documents Relating to this Voyage. [Original Dutch texts]. (Amsterdam: Philo Press, 1972)
  • Robert, Willem C. H.: The Dutch Explorations, 1605–1756, of the North and Northwest Coast of Australia. Extracts from Journals, Log-books and Other Documents Relating to These Voyages. [Original Dutch texts]. (Amsterdam: Philo Press, 1973)
  • Ryan, Simon: The Cartographic Eye: How Explorers Saw Australia. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996)
  • Salmond, Anne: Two Worlds: First Meetings between Maori and Europeans, 1642–1772. (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1991)
  • Schilder, Günter: Australia Unveiled: The Share of the Dutch Navigators in the Discovery of Australia. Translated from the German by Olaf Richter. (Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1976)
  • Schilder, Günter: Voyage to the Great South Land, Willem de Vlamingh, 1696–1697. Translated by C. de Heer. (Sydney: Royal Australian Historical Society, 1985)
  • Schilder, Günter: In the Steps of Tasman and De Vlamingh. An Important Cartographic Document for the Discovery of Australia. (Amsterdam: Nico Israel, 1988)
  • Schilder, Günter; Kok, Hans: Sailing for the East: History and Catalogue of Manuscript Charts on Vellum of the Dutch East India Company (VOC), 1602–1799. (BRILL, 2010, ISBN 9789061942603)
  • Sharp, Andrew: The Discovery of Australia. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1963)
  • Sharp, Andrew: The Voyages of Abel Janszoon Tasman. (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1968)
  • Shaw, Lindsey; Wilkins, Wendy (eds.): Dutch Connections: 400 Years of Australian-Dutch Maritime Links, 1606–2006. (Sydney: Australian National Maritime Museum, 2006)
  • Sigmond, J. P.; Zuiderbaan, L. H.: Dutch Discoveries of Australia: Shipwrecks, Treasures and Early Voyages off the West Coast. (Adelaide: Rigby, 1979)
  • Sigmond, J. P.; Zuiderbaan, L. H.: Nederlanders ontdekken Australië: Scheepsarcheologische vondsten op het Zuidland. (Amsterdam: De Bataafsche Leeuw, 1988) [in Dutch]
  • Slot, B.J.: Abel Tasman and the Discovery of New Zealand. (Amsterdam: Otto Cramwinckel, 1992)
  • Stapel, F.W.: De Oostindische Compagnie en Australië. (Amsterdam: Van Kampen, 1937) [in Dutch]
  • Stein, Stephen K.: The Sea in World History: Exploration, Travel, and Trade. (Santa Barbara, California: ABC-CLIO, 2017)
  • Suárez, Thomas: Early Mapping of the Pacific: The Epic Story of Seafarers, Adventurers, and Cartographers Who Mapped the Earth's Greatest Ocean. (Singapore: Periplus Editions, 2004)
  • Tasman, Abel: The Journal of Abel Jansz Tasman, 1642; with Documents Relating to His Exploration of Australia in 1644. Edited by G.H. Kenihan. (Adelaide: Australian Heritage Press, 1960)
  • Tasman, Abel: Het Journaal van Abel Tasman, 1642–1643. [eds.: Vibeke Roeper & Diederick Wilderman]. (The Hague: Nationaal Archief, 2006) [in Dutch]
  • Van Duivenvoorde, Wendy: The Batavia Shipwreck: An Archaeological Study of an Early Seventeenth-Century Dutch East Indiaman. (Ph.D. diss., Texas A&M University, Dept of Anthropology, 2008)
  • Van Zanden, Henry: 1606: Discovery of Australia. (Perth: Rio Bay Enterprises, 1997)
  • Veth, Peter; Sutton, Peter; Neale, Margo: Strangers on the Shore: Early Coastal Contacts in Australia. (Canberra: National Museum of Australia Press, 2008, ISBN 9781876944636)
  • Walker, James Backhouse: Abel Janszoon Tasman: His Life and Voyages, and The Discovery of Van Diemen's Land in 1642. (Hobart: Government Printer, 1896)

Historiografi VOC[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Balk, G.L.; van Dijk, F.; Kortlang, D.J.; Gaastra, F.S.: The Archives of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) and the Local Institutions in Batavia (Jakarta). (BRILL, 2007, ISBN 9789004163652)
  • Blussé, Leonard; Ross, R.; Winius, G.D. (eds.): All of One Company: The VOC in Biographical Perspective. Essays in Honour of Prof. M. A. P. Meilink-Roelofsz under the Auspices of the Centre for the History of European Expansion, Rijksuniversiteit Leiden. (Utrecht: HES, 1986)
  • Gaastra, Femme: De geschiedenis van de VOC. (Zutphen, 1991) [in Dutch]
  • Gaastra, Femme: The Dutch East India Company: Expansion and Decline. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2003)
  • Knaap, Gerrit; Guleij, Ron (eds.): Het Grote VOC Boek. (Zwolle: WBooks, 2017) [in Dutch]
  • Landwehr, J.; van der Krogt, P.: VOC: A Bibliography of Publications Relating to the Dutch East India Company, 1602–1800. (Utrecht: HES, 1991)
  • Meilink-Roelofsz, M.A.P.; van Opstall, M.E.; Schutte, G.J. (eds.): Dutch Authors on Asian History: A Selection of Dutch Historiography on the Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie. (Dordrecht: KITLV, 1988)
  • Meilink-Roelofsz, M.A.P.; Raben, R.; Spijkerman, H. (eds.): De Archieven van de Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie (1602–1795) [The Archives of the Dutch East India Company (1602–1795)]. ('s-Gravenhage: Sdu Uitgeverij, 1992) [in Dutch]
  • Gerritsen, Rupert (ed.): A translation of the charter of the Dutch East Indies Company (Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie or VOC): Granted by the States General of the United Netherlands, 20 March 1602. Translated from the Dutch by Peter Reynders. (Canberra: Australia on the Map Division of the Australasian Hydrographic Society, 2009)

Tokoh VOC[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Anderson, John: The Navigator: The Log of John Anderson, VOC Pilot-Major (1640–1643). Edited by Victor Enthoven, Steve Murdoch, and Eila Williamson. (Leiden: Brill, 2010, ISBN 9789004189317)
  • Barend-van Haeften, Marijke: Oost-Indië gespiegeld. Nicolaas de Graaff, een schrijvend chirurgijn in dienst van de VOC. (Zutphen, 1992) [in Dutch]
  • Barend-van Haeften, Marijke; Plekenpol, Hetty (eds.): Wouter Schouten, dichter en VOC-chirurgijn. 36 gedichten bij de Oost-Indische voyagie. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2012) [in Dutch]
  • Barreveld, Dirk J.: Tegen de Heeren van de VOC. Isaac le Maire en de ontdekking van Kaap Hoorn. (The Hague: SDU, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Blussé, Leonard; de Moor, Jaap: Een Zwitsers leven in de tropen: de lotgevallen van Kapitein Elie Ripon in dienst van de VOC (1618–1626). (Amsterdam: Prometheus, 2016) [in Dutch]
  • Boucher, M.; Raper, Peter E. (eds.): Robert Jacob Gordon: Cape Travels, 1777–1786, 2 vols. (Houghton, South Africa: The Brenthurst Press, 1988)
  • Böeseken, Anna J.: Simon van der Stel en sy kinders. (Kaapstad: Nasou Beperk, 1964) [in Afrikaans]
  • Böeseken, Anna J.: Jan van Riebeeck en sy gesin. (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1974) [in Afrikaans]
  • Brommer, Bea: To My Dear Pieternelletje: Grandfather and Granddaughter in VOC Time, 1710–1720. (BRILL, 2015, ISBN 9789004289666) [in Dutch]
  • Bruijn, J. R.; Lucassen, J. (eds.): Op de schepen der Oost-Indische Compagnie. Vijf artikelen van J. de Hullu. (Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff/Bouma's Boekhuis, 1980) [in Dutch]
  • Bruijn, J. R.: Schippers van de VOC in de achttiende eeuw. Aan de wal en op zee [Commanders of Dutch East India ships in the eighteenth century]. (Amsterdam: De Bataafsche Leeuw, 2008) [in Dutch]
  • Cullinan, Patrick: Robert Jacob Gordon, 1743–1795: The Man and His Travels at the Cape. (Cape Town: Winchester Struik, 1992)
  • Dash, Mike: Batavia's Graveyard: The True Story of the Mad Heretic Who Led History's Bloodiest Mutiny. (New York: Crown, 2002, ISBN 9780609607664)
  • Doedens, Anne; Mulder, Liek (eds.): De memoires van Hendrik Breton ofwel de duistere zijde van de VOC. (Amsterdam: De Prom, 2003) [in Dutch]
  • Doornbos, Klaas: Schipbreuk in Oman. De overlevingstocht van 30 drenkelingen van 't VOC-schip Amstelveen door de woestijn van Zuid-Arabië, 1763. Gebaseerd op het journaal van Cornelis Eyks. (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2014) [in Dutch]
  • Godée Molsbergen, E.C.: Jan van Riebeeck en zijn tijd. Een stuk zeventiende-eeuws Oost-Indië [Jan van Riebeeck and his times: A piece of seventeenth-century East Indies]. (Amsterdam: P. N. Van Kampen en Zoon, 1937) [in Dutch]
  • Gray, Howard: The Batavia Saga and the Courageous Wiebbe Hayes: Abrolhos Islands, Western Australia. (Geraldton: Geraldton-Greenough Regional Library, 2008)
  • Heeck, Gijsbert: Terug naar de Oost: De reis van VOC-chirurgijn Gijsbert Heeck, 1654–1656. Bezorgd en ingeleid door Barend Jan Terwiel en Peter Kirsch. (Zutphen: Walburg, 2017) [in Dutch]
  • Jung, Carl: Kaross und Kimono: “Hottentotten” und Japaner im Spiegel des Reiseberichts von Carl Peter Thunberg (1743–1828). (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2002) [in German]
  • Lequin, Frank (ed.): The Private Correspondence of Isaac Titsingh, 2 vols. (Amsterdam: J.C. Gieben, 1990)
  • Moree, Perry; van Sterkenburg, Piet (eds.): Verdrinken zonder water: De memoires van VOC-matroos Jan Ambrosius Hoorn, 1758-1778. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2014) [in Dutch]
  • Nieuhof, Johan: Voyages and Travels to the East Indies, 1653–1670. (Singapore: Oxford University Press, 1988)
  • Norel, Klaas: Anthony van Diemen. Van bankroetier tot landvoogd. (Wageningen: Zomer & Keuning, 1942) [in Dutch]
  • Parmentier, Jan; Laarhoven, Ruurdje (eds.): De avonturen van een VOC-soldaat: Het dagboek van Carolus Van der Haeghe, 1699–1705. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 1994) [in Dutch]
  • Parmentier, Jan; Davids, C. A.; Everaert, J.: Peper, Plancius en Porselein: De reis van het schip Swarte Leeuw naar Atjeh en Bantam, 1601–1603. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2003) [in Dutch]
  • Pelsaert, Francisco: Ongeluckige voyagie, van 't schip Batavia, nae de Oost-Indien [Unlucky voyage of the ship Batavia]. English translation by Willem Siebenhaar, first published in The Western Mail, 1897 [in Dutch]
  • Peters, Marion: Mercator Sapiens (De Wijze Koopman). Het wereldwijde onderzoek van Nicolaes Witsen (1641–1717), burgemeester en VOC-bewindhebber van Amsterdam. (PhD diss., University of Groningen, 2008) [in Dutch]
  • Peters, Marion: De wijze koopman. Het wereldwijde onderzoek van Nicolaes Witsen (1641–1717), burgemeester en VOC-bewindhebber van Amsterdam. (Amsterdam: Bert Bakker, 2010) [in Dutch]
  • Raat, Alexander J. P.: The Life of Governor Joan Gideon Loten (1710–1789): A Personal History of a Dutch Virtuoso. (Hilversum: Uitgeverij Verloren, 2011)
  • Ripon, Élie: Voyages et Aventures du Capitaine Ripon aux Grandes Indes: Journal Inédit d'un Mercenaire, 1617–1627 [Voyages and Adventures of Captain Ripon in Greater India: Unpublished Journal of a Mercenary, 1617–1627], Yves Giraud (ed.), (Thonon-les-Bains, Haute-Savoie: Éditions de l'Albaron, 1990) [in French]
  • Ripon, Élie: Captain Ripon's Maritime Adventures in the East Indies: The Diary of a Mercenary Soldier, 1617–1627. Translated from the French by Lai Hui-yun (Yuan-Liou Publishing, 2012)
  • Schmalkalden, Caspar: Die wundersamen Reisen des Caspar Schmalkalden nach West- und Ostindien, 1642–1652. Edited by Wolfgang Joost. (Leibzig: Brockhaus, 1983) [in German]
  • Schouten, Joost; Caron, François: A True Description of the Mighty Kingdoms of Japan and Siam. Originally in Dutch (1663), edited by C.R. Boxer. (New York, 1971)
  • Schouten, Wouter: Oost Indische Voyagie. (Amsterdam: Van Meurs & Van Someren, 1676)
  • Spruit, Ruud: J.P. Coen: Dagen en daden in dienst van de VOC. (Houten: De Haan, 1988) [in Dutch]
  • Tulkens, Joyce: Jan Pieterszoon Coen: Bedwinger van Indië. (Kampen: Kok Omniboek, 2007) [in Dutch]
  • Van der Cruysse, Dirk (ed.): Mercenaires français de la VOC: la route des Indes hollandaises au XVIIe siècle: le journal de Jean Guidon de Chambelle (1644–1651) suivi en annexe de la Relation d'un voyage aux Indes orientales par un gentilhomme français (1630–1636) (Paris: Chandeigne, 2003) [in French]
  • Van der Heiden, Frans Jansz.: Vervarelyke schip-breuk van’t Oost-Indisch jacht ter Schelling, onder het landt van Bengale. (Amsterdam: Van Meurs & Van Someren, 1675) [in Dutch]
  • Van der Lee, Ton: Jan Huygen. Het gedroomde leven van de grondlegger van de VOC. (Amsterdam: Balans, 2016) [in Dutch]
  • Van der Stel, Simon: Simon van der Stel's Journey to Namaqualand in 1685. [With a revised introduction by G. Waterhouse, transcription of the original text by G.C. de Wet. English translation by R.H. Pheiffer]. (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 1979)
  • Van der Weel, H.B.: In die kunst en wetenschap gebruyckt: Gerrit Claeszoon Clinck (1646–1693), meester kunstschilder van Delft en koopman in dienst van de Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie. (Hilversum: Verloren, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Van Ledden, W.P.: Jan van Riebeeck tussen wal en schip. Een onderzoek naar de beeldvorming over Jan van Riebeeck in Nederland en Zuid-Afrika omstreeks 1900, 1950 en 2000. (Hilversum: Verloren, 2005) [in Dutch]
  • Van Opstall, M.E. (ed.): De Reis van de Vloot van Pieter Willemsz. Verhoeff naar Azië, 1607–1612 [The voyage of the fleet of Pieter Willemsz Verhoeff to Asia, 1607–1612]. ('s-Gravenhage: Martinus Nijhoff, 1972) [in Dutch]
  • Van Putten, L.P.: Ambitie en Onvermogen: Gouverneurs-generaal van Nederlands-Indië, 1610–1796. (Rotterdam, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Van Riebeeck, Jan: 1652–1662, Daghregister gehouden by den oppercoopman Jan Anthonisz van Riebeeck. In Bosman, D.B. & B. Thorn (eds). Daghregister Gehouden by den Oppercoopman Jan Anthonisz van Riebeeck, 3 vols. [Treated as a sequence of eleven manuscripts]. (Cape Town: Balkema, 1952–1957) [in Dutch]
  • Van Rossum, Matthias: Werkers van de wereld: Globalisering, arbeid en interculturele ontmoetingen tussen Aziatische en Europese zeelieden in dienst van de VOC, 1600–1800. (Hilversum: Verloren, 2014, ISBN 978-90-8704-419-0) [in Dutch]
  • Van Wamelen, Carla: Family life onder de VOC. Een handelscompagnie in huwelijks- en gezinszaken. (Hilversum: Verloren, 2014, 592 pp., ISBN 9789087044947) [in Dutch]
  • Witteveen, Menno: Antonio van Diemen: De opkomst van de VOC in Azië [Antonio van Diemen: The rise of the VOC in Asia]. (Amsterdam: Pallas, 2011) [in Dutch]
  • Zandvliet, Kees: The Dutch East India Company in the 17th Century: Life and Work of Zacharias Wagenaer (1614–1668). (Nagasaki: Holland Village, 1987)

VOC di Eropa[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Beers, J.K.; Bakker, C.: Westfriezen naar de Oost. De kamers der VOC te Hoorn en Enkhuizen en hun recruteringsgebied, 1700–1800. (Hoorn, 1990) [in Dutch]
  • Bergvelt, Ellinoor; Jonker, Michiel; Wiechmann, Agnes (eds.): Schatten in Delft. Burgers verzamelen, 1600–1750 (Delft & Zwolle, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Bonke, Hans; et al.: Texel en de VOC: schepen op de rede Texelaars in de Oost. (Texel: Maritiem en Jutters Museum, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Bonke, Hans; Bossaers, Katja: Heren investeren. De bewindhebbers van de West-Friese Kamers van de VOC [Gentlemen invest, the directors of the West-Frisian chambers of the VOC]. (Haarlem/Hoorn/Enkhuizen, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Breet, Michael: Strijd om de VOC-miljoenen: slag in de haven van het Noorse Bergen, 12 augustus 1665. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2007) [in Dutch]
  • Cheyns, Mathias: Zeeuwse schepen voor Azië: Het scheepsbouwbedrijf van de kamer Zeeland van de VOC in de eerste helft van de 18de eeuw. (Diss. lic. geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent, 2008) [in Dutch]
  • Daalder, R.; Scholte, F. (eds.): Rotterdam en de VOC. Bulletin Historisch Museum Rotterdam 2 (Rotterdam, 1988) [in Dutch]
  • De Vos, Herman: Met snee jagt en kake van wint. Leven en werken op schepen van de VOC-kamer Enkhuizen en andere notities uit het Enkhuizer stadsarchief. (Hoorn: Stichting Vrienden van het Westfries Archief, 2009) [in Dutch]
  • Deelstra, Hepke: Van octrooi tot fooi. De Friese strijd voor medezeggenschap in de VOC. (Master thesis, Universiteit Leiden, 2017)
  • Gawronski, Jerzy: De Equipagie van de Hollandia en de Amsterdam. VOC-bedrijvigheid in 18de-eeuws Amsterdam. (Amsterdam: Bataafsche Leeuw, 1996) [in Dutch]
  • Grimm, Peter: Heeren in zaken: De Kamer Rotterdam van de Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie [Gentlemen in business: The Rotterdam Chamber of the Dutch East India Company]. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 1994) [in Dutch]
  • Horstmeier, Carel; van Koningsbrugge, Hans (eds.): Around Peter the Great: Three Centuries of Russian-Dutch Relations. (Groningen: INOS, 1997)
  • Houtzager, H.L., et al. (eds.): Delft en de Oostindische Compagnie. (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1987) [in Dutch]
  • Kist, J. B., et al. (eds.): Van VOC tot Werkspoor. Het Amsterdamse industrieterrein Oostenburg. (Utrecht, Stichting Matrijs, 1986) [in Dutch]
  • Roggeman, Tomas: De VOC en de Gouden Eeuw. (Master thesis, Universiteit Gent, 2010) [in Dutch]
  • Rønning, Bjørn R.: Akerendam: The Story of the Runde Treasure. (Oslo: Norsk Numismatisk Forlag, 1979)
  • Van der Heijden, Manon; van de Laar, Paul (eds.): Rotterdammers en de VOC. Handelscompagnie, stad en burgers, 1600–1800. (Amsterdam: Bert Bakker, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Van Dillen, J.G.: Het oudste aandeelhoudersregister van de Kamer Amsterdam der Oost-Indische Compagnie. (The Hague: Nijhoff, 1958) [in Dutch]
  • Van Durme, Maud: Zuid-Nederlanders in dienst van de Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie: Tweede helft achttiende eeuw. (Diss. lic. geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent, 2008) [in Dutch]
  • Van Gelder, Roelof; Wagenaar, L.: Sporen van de Compagnie. De VOC in Nederland. (Amsterdam, 1988) [in Dutch]
  • Van Gelder, Roelof: Het Oost-Indisch avontuur. Duitsers in dienst van de VOC (1600–1800). (Nijmegen: SUN, 1997) [in Dutch]
  • Wagenaar, Lodewijk: De VOC in Zeeland. Een wandeling door Middelburg en een tocht door Walcheren. (Stichting VOC Publicaties Zeeland, Middelburg, 1987) [in Dutch]
  • Wieringa, F.M. (ed.): De Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie in Amsterdam: verslag van een werkgroep. (Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam, 1982) [in Dutch]

VOC di Afrika[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Adhikari, Mohamed: The Anatomy of a South African Genocide: The Extermination of the Cape San Peoples. (Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, 2011)
  • Barend-van Haeften, Marijke; Paasman, Bert: De Kaap: Goede Hoop halverwege Indië. Bloemlezing van Kaapteksten uit de Compagnietijd. (Hilversum: Verloren, 2003) [in Dutch]
  • Bergemann, Karl J.: Council of (in)Justice: Crime, Status, Punishment and the Decision-Makers in the 1730s Cape Justice System. (M.A. thesis, University of Cape Town, 2011)
  • Biewenga, A.: De Kaap de Goede Hoop: Een Nederlandse Vestigingskolonie, 1680–1730. (Amsterdam: Promotheus and Bert Bakker, 1999) [in Dutch]
  • Böeseken, Anna J.: Nederlandsche Commissarissen aan de Kaap, 1657–1700. ('s Gravenhage: M. Nijhoff, 1938) [in Dutch]
  • Böeseken, Anna J.: Slaves and Free Blacks at the Cape, 1658–1700. (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 1977)
  • Botha, C. G.: Social Life in the Cape Colony in the 18th Century. (Cape Town: Juta & Co., 1926)
  • Botha, C. G.: Social Life in the Cape Colony with Social Customs in South Africa in the 18th Century. (Cape Town: C. Struik, 1970)
  • Botha, C. G.: The French Refugees at the Cape. (1919; reprint, Cape Town: C. Struik, 1970)
  • Boucher, M.: French Speakers at the Cape in the First Hundred Years of Dutch East India Company Rule: The European Background. (Pretoria: University of South Africa, 1981)
  • Brenner, Ashley T.: The "Dutch have made slaves of them all, and... they are called Free": Slavery and Khoisan Indentured Servitude in the Eighteenth-century Dutch Cape Colony. (MA thesis, Emory University, 2009)
  • Brink, Yvonne: Places of Discourse and Dialogue: A Study in the Material Culture of the Cape during the Rule of the Dutch East India Company, 1652—1795. (Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Cape Town, 1992)
  • Brink, Yvonne: They Came to Stay: Discovering Meaning in the 18th Century Cape Country Dwelling. (Stellenbosch: SUN Press, 2008)
  • Bryer, Lynne; Theron, Francois: The Huguenot Heritage: The Story of the Huguenots at the Cape. (Diep River, Chameleon Press, 1987)
  • Coertzen, Pieter: Die Hugenote van Suid Afrika, 1688–1988. (Cape Town: Tafelberg Publishers Limited, 1988) [in Dutch]
  • Coetzee, Liza-Mari: Clothing, Gender and Social Identity at the Cape of Good Hope, 1652–1795. (MA dissertation, University of Johannesburg, 2015)
  • De Kock, Victor: Those in Bondage: An Account of the Life of the Slave at the Cape in the Days of the Dutch East India Company. (London: Allen & Unwin, 1950)
  • Dooling, Wayne: Slavery, Emancipation and Colonial Rule in South Africa. (Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press, 2008)
  • Du Plessis, I. D.: The Cape Malays. (Cape Town: Maskew Miller, 1944)
  • Elphick, Richard; Davenport, Rodney (eds.): Christianity in South Africa: A Political, Social, and Cultural History. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1997)
  • Fourie, Johan: An Inquiry into the Nature, Causes and Distribution of Wealth in the Cape Colony, 1652–1795. (PhD dissertation, University of Utrecht)
  • Franken, J. L. N.: Die Hugenote aan die Kaap. (Pretoria: Die Staatsdrukker, 1978) [in Dutch]
  • Fredrickson, George M.: White Supremacy: A Comparative Study in American and South African History. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1981)
  • Gerstner, Jonathan Neil: The Thousand Generation Covenant: Dutch Reformed Covenant Theology and Group Identity in Colonial South Africa, 1652–1814. (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1991)
  • Giliomee, Hermann; du Toit, André: Afrikaner Political Thought: Analysis and Documents: Vol. 1, 1780–1850. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983)
  • Giliomee, Hermann; Elphick, Richard (eds.): The Shaping of South African Society, 1652–1840. (Middletown: Wesleyan University Press, 1988, ISBN 978-0819562111)
  • Giliomee, Hermann: The Afrikaners: Biography of a People. (London: Hurst & Company, 2003)
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  • Mason, John Edwin: Social Death and Resurrection: Slavery and Emancipation in South Africa. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2003)
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  • Moree, P. J.: A Concise History of Dutch Mauritius, 1598–1711 (Studies from the International Institute for Asian Studies). Routledge, 1998, 220pp
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  • Richter, Borbála Mária: Processes and Outcomes of Societal Multilingualism in the VOC-Governed Cape, 1652–1795. (Diss., University of Pécs, 2010)
  • Ross, Robert: Cape of Torments: Slavery and Resistance in South Africa. (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1983)
  • Ross, Robert; van Duin, Pieter: The Economy of the Cape Colony in the Eighteenth Century. (Leiden: Centre for the History of European Expansion, 1987)
  • Ross, Robert: Beyond the Pale: Essays on the History of Colonial South Africa. (Johannesburg: Witwatersrand University Press, 1994)
  • Ross, Robert: Status and Respectability in the Cape Colony, 1750–1870: A Tragedy of Manners. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999)
  • Ross, Robert: A Concise History of South Africa [Cambridge Concise Histories]. (Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press, 1999, ISBN 978-0-521-57578-2)
  • Schapera, Isaac (ed.): The Early Cape Hottentots: Described in the Writings of Olfert Dapper (1668), Willem ten Rhyne (1686) and Johannes Gulielmus de Grevenbrock (1695) [The original texts, with translations into English by I. Schapera and B. Farrington]. (Cape Town: The Van Riebeeck Society, 1933; Westport CT: Negro Universities Press, 1970)
  • Schoeman, Karel: Cape Lives of the Eighteenth Century. (Pretoria: Protea Boekhuis, 2001)
  • Schoeman, Karel: Early Slavery at the Cape of Good Hope, 1652–1717. (Pretoria: Protea Book House, 2007)
  • Schoeman, Karel: Portrait of a Slave Society: The Cape of Good Hope, 1717–1795. (Pretoria: Protea Boekhuis, 2012)
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  • Shell, Robert: The Establishment and Spread of Islam at the Cape from the Beginning of Company Rule to 1838. (BA. Hons, University of Cape Town, 1974)
  • Shell, Robert: Children of Bondage: A Social History of the Slave Society at the Cape of Good Hope, 1652–1838. (Hanover, Conn.; Wesleya University Press, 1994)
  • Singh, Daleep: From Dutch South Africa to Republic of South Africa, 1652–1994. The Story of Three and a Half Centuries of Imperialism. (New Delhi: Allied Publishers, 2010)
  • Sleigh, Dan: Die Buiteposte: VOC-buiteposte onder Kaapse Bestuur, 1652–1795. (Pretoria: HAUM, 1993) [in Afrikaans]
  • Stapleton, Timothy J.: A Military History of South Africa: From the Dutch-Khoi Wars to the End of Apartheid. (Santa Barbara, CA.: Praeger, 2010)
  • Terreblanche, Sampie: A History of Inequality in South Africa, 1652–2002. (Pietermaritzburg: University of Natal Press, 2002)
  • Theal, George McCall: History of South Africa under the Administration of the Dutch East India Company, 1652 to 1795. Nabu Press, 2010, 474pp
  • Theal, George McCall: History of the Boers in South Africa; Or, the Wanderings and Wars of the Emigrant Farmers from Their Leaving the Cape Colony to the Acknowledgment of Their Independence by Great Britain. (Greenwood Press, 1970, ISBN 0-8371-1661-9)
  • Toffah, Tariq: The Shaping and Picturing of the 'Cape' and the 'Other(s)': Representation of the Colony, Its Indigenous Inhabitants and Islam during the Dutch and British Colonial Periods at the Cape (17th–19th Centuries). (M.A. thesis, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, 2013)
  • Ulrich, Nicole: Counter Power and Colonial Rule in the Eighteenth-Century Cape of Good Hope: Belongings and Protest of the Labouring Poor. (Ph.D. thesis, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, 2011)
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  • Verstegen, M.: De Indische Zeeherberg, De stichting van Zuid-Afrika door de VOC. (Zaltbommel, 2001) [in Dutch]
  • Viljoen, Russel: Jan Paerl: A Khoikhoi in Cape Colonial Society, 1761–1851. (Boston, MA: Brill, 2006)
  • Welch, Sidney: Portuguese and Dutch in South Africa, 1641–1806. (Cape Town: Juta Press, 1951)
  • Worden, Nigel: Slavery in Dutch South Africa. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1985)
  • Worden, Nigel; van Heyningen, Elizabeth; Bickford-Smith, Vivian: Cape Town: The Making of a City. (Cape Town: David Philip, 1998)
  • Worden, Nigel; Groenewald, G. (eds.): Trials of Slavery: Selected Documents Concerning Slaves from the Criminal Records of the Council of Justice at the Cape of Good Hope, 1705–1794. (Cape Town: Van Riebeeck Society for the Publication of South African Historical Documents, 2005)
  • Worden, Nigel: Contingent Lives: Social Identity and Material Culture in the VOC World. (Rondeboch: Historical Studies Department, University of Cape Town and ABC Press, 2007)
  • Worden, Nigel: The Making of Modern South Africa: Conquest, Apartheid, Democracy, 4th ed. (Oxford: Blackwell, 2007)
  • Worden, Nigel (ed.): Cape Town between East and West: Social Identities in a Dutch Colonial Town. (Hilversum: Verloren, 2012)
  • Worden, Nigel; Russell, Penny (eds.): Honourable Intentions?: Violence and Virtue in Australian and Cape Colonies, c. 1750 to 1850. (London: Routledge, 2016)

VOC di Asia Selatan dan Barat (termasuk anak benua India)[sunting | sunting sumber]

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  • Anthonisz, R.G.: The Dutch in Ceylon: An Account of their Early Visits to the Island, Their Conquests and Their Rule over the Maritime Regions during a Century and a Half. (Colombo: C.A.C Press, 1929)
  • Arasaratnam, S.: Dutch Power in Ceylon, 1658–1687. (Amsterdam: Djambatan, 1958)
  • Arasaratnam, S.: Merchants, Companies and Commerce on the Coromandel Coast, 1650–1740. (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1986)
  • Arasaratnam, S.: Maritime Trade, Society and European Influence in Southern Asia, 1600–1800. (Aldershot: Variorum, 1995)
  • Arasaratnam, S.: Ceylon and the Dutch, 1600–1800: External Influences and Internal Change in Early Modern Sri Lanka. (Aldershot: Variorum, 1996)
  • Ashfaque, Nadra: The Dutch East India Company and the Mughal Administration. (Ph.D. thesis, Aligarh Muslim University, 2009)
  • Baldaeus, Philip: A True and Exact Description of the Most Celebrated East-India Coasts of Malabar and Coromandel. Translated from the Dutch original [1672]. (London, 1703)
  • Bhattacharya, Bhaswati: The Dutch East India Company on the Coromandel Coast, 1740–1780: A Study of its Decline. (Ph.D. thesis, Visva Bharati University, Santiniketan, 1993)
  • Bes, Lennart; Gommans, Jos; Kruijtzer, Gijs: Dutch Sources on South Asia, c. 1600–1825, Volume 1: Bibliography and Archival Guide to the National Archives at The Hague. (New Delhi: Manohar, 2001)
  • Bes, Lennart: Dutch Sources on South Asia, c. 1600–1825, Volume 2: Archival Guide to the Repositories in the Netherlands other than the National Archives. (New Delhi: Manohar, 2008)
  • Bes, Lennart; Kruijtzer, Gijs: Dutch Sources on South Asia, c. 1600–1825, Volume 3: Archival Guide to Repositories Outside The Netherlands. (New Delhi: Manohar, 2015)
  • Brohier, Richard Leslie: Links between Sri Lanka and the Netherlands: A Book of Dutch Ceylon. (Colombo: Netherlands Alumni Association of Sri Lanka, 1978)
  • Brouwer, C.G.: Cauwa ende Comptanten: De Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie in Jemen, 1614–1655 [Cowha and Cash: The Dutch East India Company in Yemen, 1614–1655]. (Amsterdam, 1988) [in Dutch]
  • Brouwer, C. G.; Kaplanian, A.: Early Seventeenth-Century Yemen: Dutch Documents Relating to the Economic History of Southern Arabia, 1614–1630. (Leiden: Brill, 1988)
  • Brouwer, C.G.: Dutch-Yemeni Encounters: Activities of the United East India Company (VOC) in South Arabian Waters since 1614. (Amsterdam: D'Fluyte Rarob, 1999)
  • Datta, Kalikinkar: Dutch in Bengal and Bihar: 1740–1825 A.D. (Patna: Motilal Banarsidass, 1986)
  • De Silva, R.K.; Beumer, W.G.M.: Illustrations and Views of Dutch Ceylon, 1602–1796: A Comprehensive Work of Pictorial Reference with Selected Eye-witness Accounts. (London: Serendib Publications, 1988)
  • Deimann, Clemens: Maps in De Heere's Journal: Cartographic Reflections of VOC Policy on Ceylon, 1698. (MA thesis, Leiden University, 2018)
  • Dewasiri, Nirmal Ranjith: Peasant in Transition: Agrarian Society in Western Sri Lanka under Dutch Rule, 1740–1800. (PhD thesis, Leiden University, 2007)
  • Dewasiri, Nirmal Ranjith: The Adaptable Peasant: Agrarian Society in Western Sri Lanka under Dutch Rule, 1740–1800. (Leiden: Brill, 2008)
  • Dibbelink, Jürgen: Der Kampf um Zimt und Betelnuss: Der Krieg zwischen der VOC und dem Königreich Kandy 1761 bis 1766. (Hamburg: Diplomica Verlag, 2014, ISBN 978-3-8428-9258-3) [in German]
  • Dreijer, Gijs: Private Trade and Informal Networks in VOC Bengal (1702–1796): The Case Studies of Governor Baron van Eck and Governor Vernet in the Eighteenth-Century World System. (Bachelor thesis, Leiden University, 2014)
  • Ekama, Kate J.: Slavery in Dutch Colombo: A Social History. (MA thesis, University of Leiden, 2012)
  • Floor, Willem; Faghfoory, M.H.: The First Dutch-Persian Commercial Conflict: The Attack on Qeshm Island, 1645. (Costa Mesa, CA: Mazda Publishers, 2004)
  • Floor, Willem: The Rise and Fall of Nader Shah: Dutch East India Company Reports, 1730–1747. (Washington, D.C.: Mage Publishers, 2009)
  • Gommans, Jos: The Unseen World: India and the Netherlands from 1550. (Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum & Vantilt, 2018)
  • Goonewardena, K.W.: The Foundation of Dutch Power in Ceylon, 1638–1658. (Amsterdam, 1958, 196pp)
  • Jurriaanse, M.W.: Catalogue of the Archives of the Dutch Central Government of Coastal Ceylon, 1640–1796. (Colombo: Ceylon Government Press, 1943)
  • Kail, Owen C.: The Dutch in India. (Delhi: Macmillan, 1981)
  • Kelegama, Saman; Madawela, Roshan: 400 Years of Dutch-Sri Lanka Relation, 1602–2002. (Colombo: Institute of Policy Studies, 2003)
  • Koshy, M. O.: The Dutch Power in Kerala, 1729–1758. (New Delhi: Mittal Publications, 1989)
  • Krishna, Iyer, S.: Travancore-Dutch Relations, 1729–1741. (Trivandrum, India: CBH Publications, 1995)
  • Lequin, Frank: Het personeel van de Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie in Azië in de achttiende eeuw, meer in het bijzonder in de vestiging Bengalen. (Alphen aan den Rijn, 2005) [in Dutch]
  • Narain, Brij; Sharma, S. R. (eds.): A Contemporary Dutch Chronicle of Mughal India. (Calcutta: Susil Gupta, 1957)
  • Nelson, W.A.: The Dutch Forts of Sri Lanka: The Military Monuments of Ceylon. (Scotland, Edinburgh: Canongate Publishing Limited, 1984)
  • Panikkar, K.M.: Malabar and the Dutch. (Bombay: Taraporevala, 1931)
  • Paranavitana, K.D.: Land for Money: Dutch Land Registration in Sri Lanka. (Colombo, 2001)
  • Paranavitana, K.D.; de Silva, R.K.: Maps and Plans of Dutch Ceylon: A Representative Collection of Cartography from the Dutch Period. (Colombo: Cultural Fund: Sri Lanka-Netherlands Association, 2002)
  • Peters, Marion H.; de la Porte, Ferry André: In steen geschreven: Leven en sterven van VOC-dienaren op de kust van Coromandel in India [Written in stone: The lives and deaths of VOC servants on the coast of Coromandel in India]. (Amsterdam: Stichting Historisch Onderzoek in Woord en Beeld, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Pieris, P.E.: Some Documents Relating to the Rise of the Dutch Power in Ceylon, 1602–1670, from the Translations at the India Office. (Colombo: CAC Press, 1929)
  • Pieris, P.E.: Ceylon and the Hollanders, 1658–1796. (Tellippalai: American Ceylon Mission Press, 1918)
  • Poonen, T.I.: Dutch Beginning in India Proper (1580–1615). (University of Madras, 1933)
  • Poonen, T.I.: A Survey of the Rise of the Dutch Power in Malabar, 1603–78. (Trichnopoly: St. Joseph’s Industrial School Press, 1948)
  • Poonen, T.I.: Dutch Hegemony in Malabar and its Collapse, 1663–1795. (Trivandrum: University of Kerala, 1978)
  • Prakash, Om: The Dutch Factories in India, 1617–1623: A Collection of Dutch East India Company Documents Pertaining to India. (New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal, 1984, pp. xxiv+332)
  • Prakash, Om: The Dutch East India Company and the Economy of Bengal, 1630–1720. (Princeton University Press, 1985, 303pp)
  • Prakash, Om: Precious Metals and Commerce: The Dutch East India Company in the Indian Ocean Trade (Variorum Collected Studies Series). (Routledge, 1994, ISBN 978-0860784340)
  • Prakash, Om: The Dutch Factories in India: A Collection of Dutch East India Company Documents Pertaining to India, Volume II, 1624–1627. (New Delhi: Manohar, 2007, pp. 413)
  • Radwan, Ann Bos: The Dutch in Western India, 1601–1632: A Study of Mutual Accommodation. (Columbia, Mo.: South Asia Books, 1978)
  • Raven-Hart, R.: The Dutch Wars with Kandy, 1764–1766. (Colombo: Government Press, 1964)
  • Raychaudhuri, Tapan: Jan Company in Coromandel, 1605–1690: A Study in the Interrelations of European Commerce and Traditional Economies. (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1962)
  • Roelofsz, Antoinette P.: De vestiging der Nederlanders ter kuste Malabar. ('s-Gravenhage: Martinus Nijhoff, 1943) [in Dutch]
  • S'Jacob, H.K.: De Nederlanders in Kerala, 1663–1701: de memories en instructies betreffende het commandement Malabar van de Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie [The Dutch in Kerala, 1663–1701: The memorandums and instructions concerning the Malabar Commandment of the Dutch East India Company]. ('s-Gravenhage: Martinus Nijhoff, 1976) [in Dutch]
  • S'Jacob, H.K.: The Rajas of Cochin: Kings, Chiefs and the Dutch East India Company, 1663–1720. (New Delhi: Munshiram Manoharlal, 2000)
  • Schrikker, A.: Dutch and British Colonial Intervention in Sri Lanka, 1780–1815: Expansion and Reform. (Boston: Brill, 2007)
  • Seshan, Radhika: Trade and Politics on the Coromandel Coast: Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries. (Delhi: Primus Books, 2012)
  • Singh, Anjana: Fort Cochin in Kerala (1750–1830): The Social Condition of a Dutch Community in an Indian Milieu. (Boston: Brill, 2010)
  • Somasarana, M.S.: The Relationship between VOC Trade and Dutch Forts in Sri Lanka. (M.A. thesis, Postgraduate Institute of Archaeology, University of Kelaniya, August 2011)
  • Stolte, Carolien: Dutch Sources on South Asia, c. 1600–1825, Volume 5: Philip Angel's Deex Autaers: Vaishnava Mythology from Manuscript to Book Market in the Context of the Dutch East India Company, c. 1600–1672. (New Delhi: Manohar, 2012, ISBN 978-81-7304-932-3)
  • Terpstra, H.: De vestiging van de Nederlanders aan de Kust van Koromandel. (Groningen, 1911) [in Dutch]
  • Terpstra, H.: De Nederlanders in Voor-Indië. (Amsterdam, 1947) [in Dutch]
  • Valentijn, Francois: Francois Valentijn's Description of Ceylon. First published in 1726. Translated and edited by Sinnappah Arasaratnam. (London: Hakluyt Society, 1978)
  • Van der Burg, J.; Galletti, A.; Groot, P. (eds.): The Dutch in Malabar: Selection from the Records of the Madras Government, No. 13. (Madras: Printed by the Superintendent, Government Press, 1911)
  • Van der Pol, Bauke: De VOC in India. Een reis langs Nederlands erfgoed in Gujarat, Malabar, Coromandel en Bengalen. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2011) [in Dutch]
  • Van Dulm, Frits: Zonder eigen gewinne en glorie: Mr. Iman Wilhelm Falck (1736–1785), gouverneur en directeur van Ceylon en onderhorigheden. (Hilversum: Verloren, 2012) [in Dutch]
  • Van Gelder, Geert Jan; de Moor, Ed (eds.): Eastward Bound: Dutch Ventures and Adventures in the Middle East. (Amsterdam, 1994)
  • Vink, Markus; Winius, George: The Merchant-Warrior Pacified: The VOC (The Dutch East India Company) and its Changing Political Economy in India. (Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1991)
  • Vink, Markus: Dutch Sources on South Asia, c. 1600–1825, Volume 4: Mission to Madurai: Dutch Embassies to the Nayaka Court of Madurai in the Seventeenth Century. (New Delhi: Manohar, 2012, ISBN 978-81-7304-931-6)
  • Vink, Markus: Encounters on the Opposite Coast: The Dutch East India Company and the Nayaka State of Madurai in the Seventeenth Century (European Expansion and Indigenous Response). (BRILL, 2015, ISBN 9789004272637)
  • Van den Belt, Albert: Het VOC-bedrijfop Ceylon: Een voorname vestiging van de Oost-Indische Compagnie in de 18de eeuw. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2008) [in Dutch]
  • Van Goor, J.: Jan Kompenie as Schoolmaster: Dutch Education in Ceylon, 1690–1795. (Groningen: Wolters-Noordhoff, 1978)
  • Van Lohuizen, Jan: The Dutch East India Company and Mysore, 1762–1790. (Springer, 1961, ISBN 9789004286559)
  • Van Putten, L.P.: Koopman en Diplomaat: Gouverneurs en Directeuren van Ceylon, 1640–1796. (Rotterdam: Ger Guijs, 2006) [in Dutch]
  • Van Santen, Hans: De Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie in Gujarat en Hindustan, 1620–1660. (Dissertatie Leiden; Meppel: Krips Repro, 1982) [in Dutch]
  • Van Santen, Hans: VOC-dienaar in India: Geleynssen de Jongh in het land van de Groot-Mogol. (Franeker: Van Wijnen, 2001, ISBN 90-5194-210-9) [in Dutch]
  • Van Santen, Hans: Op bezoek bij de Groot-Mogol: Twee hofreizen van de VOC naar de Groot-Mogol in India, 1662 en 1711–1713. (Leiden: Sidestone Press, 2016) [in Dutch]
  • Wagenaar, Lodewijk: Galle, VOC-vestiging in Ceylon. Beschrijving van een koloniale samenleving aan de vooravond van de Singalese opstand tegen het Nederlandse gezag, 1760 [Galle, VOC settlement in Ceylon. An account of a colonial community on the eve of the Sinhalese uprising against the Dutch, 1760]. (Amsterdam: De Bataafsche Leeuw, 1994) [in Dutch]
  • Wagenaar, Lodewijk: Kaneel & olifanten: Sri Lanka en Nederland sinds 1600. (Nijmegen: Vantilt; Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum, 2016, ISBN 9789460042737) [in Dutch]
  • Wagenaar, Lodewijk: Cinnamon & Elephants: Sri Lanka and the Netherlands from 1600. (Nijmegen: Vantilt; Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum, 2016, ISBN 9789460042836)

VOC di Asia Tenggara (termasuk Hindia Timur)[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Akveld, Leo (ed.): Machtsstrijd om Malakka. De reis van VOC-admiraal Cornelis Cornelisz. Matelief naar Oost-Azië, 1605–1608. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2013) [in Dutch]
  • Andi Lolo, T.R.: De V.O.C. in de Indonesische archipel: Handeldrijven en koloniseren. (Den Haag/Jakarta: Ambassade van de Republiek Indonesia/P.T. Balai Pustaka, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • Blussé, Leonard: Strange Company: Chinese Settlers, Mestizo Women and the Dutch in VOC Batavia. (Dordrecht: Foris Publications, 1986)
  • Blussé, Leonard; Nie, Dening (trans. & eds.): The Chinese Annals of Batavia, the Kai Ba Lidai Shiji and Other Stories (1610–1795). (Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2018, ISBN 978-90-04-35670-2)
  • Borschberg, Peter: Journal, Memorials and Letters of Cornelis Matelieff de Jonge: Security, Diplomacy and Commerce in 17th-century Southeast Asia. (Singapore: NUS Press, 2015)
  • Brozius, John R.: De Koning van Siam. Het relaas van de Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie in Thailand. (Hoorn, 1996) [in Dutch]
  • Brummelhuis, Han ten: Merchant, Courtier and Diplomat: A History of the Contacts between the Netherlands and Thailand. (Lochem: Tijdstroom, 1987)
  • Buch, W.J.M.: De Oost-Indische Compagnie en Quinam. De betrekkingen der Nederlanders met Annam in de XVIIe eeuw. (Amsterdam: H.J.Paris, 1929) [in Dutch]
  • Casteleyn, Pieter (ed.): Strange Events in the Kingdoms of Cambodia and Laos (1635–1644). Translated, annotated and introduced by Carool Kersten. (Bangkok: White Lotus Press, 2003, ISBN 974-4800-28-3)
  • De Roever, Arend: De jacht op sandelhout. De VOC en de tweedeling van Timor in de zeventiende eeuw. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2002) [in Dutch]
  • De Witt, Dennis: History of the Dutch in Malaysia. (Petaling Jaya, Malaysia: Nutmeg Publishing, 2009)
  • Dijk, Wil O.: Seventeenth-century Burma and the Dutch East India Company, 1634–1680. (Singapore University Press, 2006, ISBN 978-9971693046)
  • Feddersen, Carl Fredrik: Principled Pragmatism: VOC Interaction with Makassar (1637–68) and the Nature of Company Diplomacy. (Doctoral thesis, Leiden University, 2016)
  • Grijns, Kees; Nas, Peter J. M. (eds.): Jakarta-Batavia: Socio-Cultural Essays. (Leiden: KITLV Press, 2000)
  • Hoang, Anh Tuan / Hoàng, Anh Tuấn: Silk for Silver: Dutch-Vietnamese Relations, 1637–1700. (Leiden: Brill, 2007, ISBN 9789004156012)
  • Hoang, Anh Tuan / Hoàng, Anh Tuấn (ed.): Tư liệu các Công ty Đông Ấn Hà LanAnh về Kẻ Chợ - Đàng Ngoài thế kỷ XVII. (Hanoi: Hà Nội Publishers / Hà Nội: Nhà xuất bản Hà Nội, 2010) [in Vietnamese]
  • Horst, J. ter: Muskietengat: een vergeten geschiedenis van de VOC in Cambodja. (Amsterdam: Atlas Contact, 2014) [in Dutch]
  • Hussin, Nordin: Trade and Society in the Straits of Melaka: Dutch Melaka and English Penang, 1780–1830. (Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, 2007, ISBN 9971693542)
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  • Lohanda, Mona; Niemeijer, Hendrik E.: Marginalia to the Daily Journals of Batavia Castle (1659–1799). A digitized contemporary chronological entry to archives of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). (Jakarta: Arsip Nasional Republik Indonesia / The Corts Foundation, 2013)
  • McVay, Pamela Anne: I Am the Devil's Own: Crime, Class, and Identity in the Seventeenth Century Dutch East Indies. (PhD diss., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1995)
  • Muller, Hendrik P. N.: De Oost-Indische Compagnie in Cambodja en Laos: Verzameling van bescheiden van 1636 tot 1670 [The Dutch East India Company in Cambodia and Laos: A collection of documents from 1636 to 1670]. (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff & Linschoten Vereeniging, 1917) [in Dutch]
  • Nagtegaal, Lucas: Riding the Dutch Tiger: The Dutch East India Company and the Northeast Coast of Java, 1680–1743. Verhandelingen van het Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 171 (Leiden 1996)
  • Niemeijer, Hendrik E.: Batavia: Een koloniale samenleving in de 17de eeuw. (Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Balans, 2005) [in Dutch]
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  • Raben, Remco; Pombejra, Dhiravat na (eds.): In the King's Trail. An 18th Century Dutch Journey to the Buddha's Footprint. Theodorus Jacobus van den Heuvel's Account of His Voyage to Phra Phutthabat in 1737. (Bangkok: Royal Netherlands Embassy, 1997)
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  • Ruangsilp, Bhawan: Dutch East India Company Merchants at the Court of Ayutthaya: Dutch Perceptions of the Thai Kingdom, c. 1604–1765. (BRILL, 2007, ISBN 90-04-15600-3)
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  • Steenbrink, Karel: Dutch Colonialism and Indonesian Islam: Contacts and Conflicts, 1596–1950. Translated from the Dutch by Jan Steenbrink and Henry Jansen. (Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1993)
  • Steenbrink, Karel; Aritonang, Jan Sihar (eds.): A History of Christianity in Indonesia. (Boston, MA: Brill, 2008)
  • Stevens, Harm: Bitter Spice: Indonesia and the Netherlands from 1600. (Amsterdam & Nijmegen: Rijksmuseum & Van Tilt, 2015, ISBN 9789460042515)
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  • Terpstra, H.: De factorij der Oostindische Compagnie te Patani. (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1938) [in Dutch]
  • Van den Muijzenberg, Otto: Four Centuries of Dutch-Philippine Economic Relations, 1600–2000. (Manila: Royal Netherlands Embassy, 2000)
  • Van der Brug, P.H.: Malaria en Malaise. De VOC in Batavia in de 18e eeuw. (Amsterdam: De Bataafsche Leeuw, 1994) [in Dutch]
  • Van der Kraan, Alfons: Murder and Mayhem in Seventeenth-Century Cambodia: Anthony van Diemen vs. King Ramadhipati I. (Chiangmai: Silkworm Books, 2009)
  • Van Goens, Rijklof: Javaense reyse: De bezoeken van een VOC gezant aan het hof van Mataram, 1648–1654 [Javanese Journeys: The Visits of a VOC Envoy to the Court of Mataram, 1648–1654]. Edited by Darja van Wever. (Amsterdam: Terra Incognita, 1995) [in Dutch]
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  • Vos, Reinout: Koopman en koning: de VOC en de Maleise tinhandel, 1740–1800. (Utrecht, 1990, Ph.D., presented to the University of Utrecht) [in Dutch]
  • Vos, Reinout: Gentle Janus, Merchant Prince: The VOC and the Tightrope of Diplomacy in the Malay World, 1740–1800. Translated from the Dutch by Beverly Jackson. (Leiden: KITLV Press, 1993)
  • Weebers, Robert C.M.: The Dutch Settlement of Malacca: Influence of the Ideas of Simon Stevin on the Design of the Town and Fort of Mallacca. (Lambert Academic Publishing, 2016, ISBN 978-3-659-90958-0)
  • Widjojo, Muridan Satrio: The Revolt of Prince Nuku: Cross-Cultural Alliance-Making in Maluku, c. 1780–1810. (Leiden & Boston: Brill, 2009)

VOC di Asia Timur[sunting | sunting sumber]

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  • Blussé, Leonard; Falkenburg, R.: Johan Nieuhofs beelden van een Chinareis, 1655–1657. (Middelburg: Stichting VOC Publicaties, 1987) [in Dutch]
  • Blussé, Leonard; Ts'ao, Yung-ho; Chiang, Shu-sheng (eds.): Tai-wan Shih tang an, wên shu mu lu (shih): Ho-lan tung yin tu kung ssu you kuan Tai-wan tang an mu lu / 臺灣史檔案、文書目錄(十): 荷蘭東印度公司有關台灣檔案目錄 [The Taiwan Related Archival Catalogue of the Dutch East India Company]. (Taipei: National Taiwan University Press, 1997) [in Chinese]
  • Blussé, Leonard; Cai, Hongsheng; et al. (eds.): Hang xiang Zhujiang: Helanren zai Huanan, 1600–2000 nian / 航向珠江: 荷兰人在华南, 1600–2000 年 [Sailing to the Pearl River: Dutch Enterprise in South China, 1600–2000]. (Guangzhou: Guangzhou Publishing House, 2004) [in Chinese]
  • Blussé, Leonard; van Luyn, Floris-Jan: China en de Nederlanders: Geschiedenis van de Nederlands-Chinese betrekkingen, 1600–2007. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2008)
  • Blussé, Leonard; van Opstall, M.E.; Ts'ao, Yung-ho (eds.): De Dagregisters van het Kasteel Zeelandia, Taiwan, 1629–1662 [Daily Records kept in the Castle Zeelandia, Taiwan, 1629–1662], 's-Gravenhage; Nijhoff, 1986, Vol I, 1629–1641. [in Dutch]
  • Blussé, Leonard; Milde W.E.; Ts'ao, Yung-ho (eds.): De Dagregisters van het Kasteel Zeelandia, Taiwan, 1629–1662, Den Haag: Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis, 1995, Vol II, 1641–1648. [in Dutch]
  • Blussé, Leonard; Milde, W.E.; Ts'ao, Yung-ho (eds.): De Dagregisters van het Kasteel Zeelandia, Taiwan, 1629–1662, Den Haag: Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis, 1996, Vol III, 1648–1655. [in Dutch]
  • Blussé, Leonard; Everts, Natalie; Milde, W.E.; Ts'ao, Yung-ho (eds.): De Dagregisters van het Kasteel Zeelandia, Taiwan, 1629–1662, Den Haag: Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis, 2000, Vol IV, 1655–1662. [in Dutch]
  • Blussé, Leonard; Remmelink, Willem; Smits, Ivo (eds.): Bridging the Divide: 400 Years, the Netherlands-Japan. (Leiden: Hotei Publishing, 2000)
  • Blussé, Leonard; Everts, Natalie; Frech, Evelien (eds.): The Formosan Encounter. Notes on Formosa's Aboriginal Society: A Selection of Documents from Dutch Archival Sources, 4 Vols. (Taipei: Shung Ye Museum of Formosan Aborigines, 1999, 2000, 2006)
  • Blussé, Leonard; Viallé, Cynthia: The Deshima dagregisters: their original tables of contents: Vol. IX, 1780–1790. (Leiden: Institute for the History of European Expansion, 1996)
  • Blussé, Leonard; Viallé, Cynthia: The Deshima dagregisters: their original tables of contents: Vol. X, 1790–1800. (Leiden: Institute for the History of European Expansion, 1997)
  • Blussé, Leonard; Viallé, Cynthia: The Deshima dagregisters: their original tables of contents: Vol. XI, 1641–1650. (Leiden: Institute for the History of European Expansion, 2001)
  • Blussé, Leonard; Viallé, Cynthia: The Deshima dagregisters: their original tables of contents: Vol. XII, 1650–1660. (Leiden: Institute for the History of European Expansion, 2005)
  • Blussé, Leonard; Viallé, Cynthia: The Deshima dagregisters: their original tables of contents: Vol. XIII, 1660–1670. (Leiden: Institute for the History of European Expansion, 2010)
  • Blussé, Leonard (ed.): Around and About Formosa: Essays in Honor of Professor Ts'ao Yung-ho. (Taipei: Ts'ao Yung-ho Fundation for Culture and Education, 2003)
  • Boxer, C. R.: Jan Compagnie in Japan, 1600–1850: An Essay on the Cultural Artistic and Scientific Influence Exercised by the Hollanders in Japan from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Centuries. (Den Haag, 1950)
  • Campbell, William: Formosa under the Dutch: Described from Contemporary Records, 2nd rev. enlarged ed., 2 vols. (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1903)
  • Chaiklin, Martha: Cultural Commerce and Dutch Commercial Culture: The Influence of European Material Culture on Japan, 1700–1850 (Studies in Overseas History 5). Research School CNWS, Leiden University, 2003, 284pp
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  • Cheng, Wei-chung: War, Trade and Piracy in the China Seas, 1622–1683. (Leiden: Brill, 2013)
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  • Clulow, Adam: The Company and the Shogun: The Dutch Encounter with Tokugawa Japan. Columbia University Press, 2014, 352pp
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  • Coyett, Frederick: Neglected Formosa: A Translation from the Dutch of Frederic Coyett's 't Verwaerloosde Formosa. Edited and translated from the Dutch by Inez de Beauclair. (San Francisco: Chinese Materials Center, 1975)
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  • De Hond, Jan; Fitski, Menno: A Narrow Bridge: Japan and the Netherlands from 1600. (Nijmegen: Vantilt, Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum, 2016, ISBN 9789460042805)
  • De Lange, William: Pars Japonica: the first Dutch expedition to reach the shores of Japan. (Floating World Editions, 2006, ISBN 1-891640-23-2)
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  • Goodman, Grant K.: Japan and the Dutch, 1600–1853. (Richmond: Curzon Press, 2000)
  • Goodman, Grant K.: Japan: The Dutch Experience. (New York: Bloomsbury, 2012)
  • Hesselink, R.H.: De gevangenen uit Nambu. Een waar geschied verhaal over de VOC in Japan. (Zutphen: Walburg Pers, 2000) [in Dutch]
  • Heyns, Pol (aka. Han, Jiabao); Zheng, Weizhong (aka. Cheng, Wei-chung): Helan shi dai Taiwan de jing ji, tu di yu shui wu / 荷蘭時代台灣的經濟, 土地與稅務 [Economy, Land Rights and Taxation in Dutch Formosa]. (Taipei: Appleseed Publishing, 2002) [in Chinese]
  • Heyns, Pol (Han, Jiabao); Cheng, Wei-chung: Helan shidai Taiwan gaolingji hunyin yu xili denglubu / 荷蘭時代臺灣告令集, 婚姻與洗禮登錄簿 [Dutch Formosan Placard-book, Marriage, and Baptism Records], trans. (Taipei: Ts’ao Yung-ho Foundation for Culture and Education, 2005) [in Chinese]
  • Iannello, Tiziana: Shōgun, kōmōjin e rangakusha. Le Compagnie delle Indie e l'apertura del Giappone alla tecnologia occidentale nei secoli XVII-XVIII. (Padova: Libreriauniversitaria, 2012, ISBN 978-88-6292-317-0) [in Italian]
  • Jörg, C. J. A.: Porcelain and the Dutch China Trade. Translated from the Dutch by Patricia Wardle. (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1982)
  • Kaempfer, Engelbert: Kaempfer's Japan: Tokugawa Culture Observed. Translated and edited by Beatrice M. Bodart-Bailey. (Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 1999)
  • Kang, Peide: Zhi min xiang xiang yu di fang liu bian: Helan dong Yindu gong si yu Taiwan yuan zhu min / 殖民想像與地方流變: 荷蘭東印度公司與臺灣原住民 [Colonial Imagination and Local Variations: the Dutch East India Company and the Formosan Austronesians]. (Taipei, 2016, ISBN 9789570848137) [in Chinese]
  • Ledyard, Gari: The Dutch Come to Korea: An Account of the Life of the First Westerners in Korea (1653–1666). (Royal Asiatic Society-Korea Branch, 1st edition, 1971)
  • Lequin, Frank (ed.): Isaac Titsingh (1745–1812): Een passie voor Japan. Leven en werk van de grondlegger van de Europese Japanologie. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Canaletto/Repro-Holland, 2003) [in Dutch]
  • Lequin, Frank (ed.): Isaac Titsingh in China (1794–1796): Het onuitgegeven Journaal van zijn ambassade naar Peking. (Alphen aan den Rijn: Canaletto/Repro-Holland, 2005) [in Dutch]
  • Liu, Yong: The Dutch East India Company's Tea Trade with China, 1757–1781. (BRILL, 2007, ISBN 9789004155992)
  • Massarella, Derek: A World Elsewhere: Europe's Encounter with Japan in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries. (Yale University Press, 1990, pp. xiii+442)
  • Meert, Kristof: Het Koper van de Shogun. Koperhandel in de Dagregisters van Deshima in de laatste jaren van de Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie. (Diss. master in de geschiedenis, Universiteit Gent, 2009) [in Dutch]
  • Moldenhauer, Jörg: The Dutch East India Company in Fuzhou and the Dutch Merchant's Image of China (c.1660–c.1690). (Master thesis, Leiden University, 2013)
  • Mostert, Tristan; van Campen, Jan: Silk Thread: China and the Netherlands from 1600. (Amsterdam & Nijmegen: Rijksmuseum & Van Tilt, 2015, ISBN 9789460042508)
  • Mulder, W.Z.: Hollanders in Hirado, 1597–1641. (Haarlem: Fibula-Van Dishoeck, 1984)
  • Nachod, Oskar: Die Beziehungen der Niederländischen Ostindischen Kompagnie zu Japan im siebzehnten Jahrhundert. (Leipzig: Friese, 1897) [in German]
  • Nakamura, Takashi; Wu, Micha; Weng, Jiayin; et al. (eds.): Helan shi dai Taiwan shi yan jiu / 荷蘭時代臺灣史研究 [Research on Taiwanese History under the Dutch Rule]. (Taipei: Daoxiang Press, 1997) [in Chinese]
  • Palemeq, Yedda: After All Ambivalence: The Situation of North Formosa and Its Inhabitants in the Seventeenth Century. (Research master thesis, Leiden University, 2012)
  • Roeper, Vibeke; Walraven, Boudewijn (eds.): De wereld van Hendrik Hamel: Nederland en Korea in de zeventiende eeuw. (Amsterdam: SUN, 2003) [in Dutch]
  • Roeper, Vibeke; Walraven, Boudewijn; Buys, Jean-Paul (eds.): Hamel's World: A Dutch-Korean Encounter in the Seventeenth Century. (Amsterdam: SUN, 2003)
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  • Screech, Timon (ed.): Japan Extolled and Decried: Carl Peter Thunberg and the Shogun's Realm, 1775–1796. (London & New York: Routledge, 2005)
  • Screech, Timon (ed.): Secret Memoirs of the Shoguns: Isaac Titsingh and Japan, 1779–1822. (New York, NY: Routledge, 2005, ISBN 0-7007-1720-X)
  • Savenije, Henny: Het journaal van Hendrick Hamel: De verbazingwekkende lotgevallen van Hendrick Hamel en andere schipbreukelingen van het VOC-schip de Sperwer in Korea (1653–1666). (Rotterdam: Donker, 2003) [in Dutch]
  • Shepherd, John Robert: Statecraft and Political Economy on the Taiwan Frontier, 1600–1800. (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1993, pp. xvii + 596, ISBN 0-8047-2066-5.)
  • Shimada, Ryuto: The Intra-Asian Trade in Japanese Copper by the Dutch East India Company During the Eighteenth Century (TANAP Monographs on the History of Asian-European Interaction). (BRILL, 2005, ISBN 978-9004150928)
  • Stellingwerff, J.: De diepe wateren van Nagasaki: Nederlands-Japanse betrekkingen sedert de stichting van Deshima. (Franeker, 1983) [in Dutch]
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  • Suzuki, Yasuko: Japan-Netherlands Trade, 1600–1800: The Dutch East India Company and Beyond. Trans Pacific Press, 2012, 298pp
  • Tsai, Shih-shan Henry: Maritime Taiwan: Historical Encounter with the East and the West. (Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe, 2009)
  • Ulrichs, Friederike: Johan Nieuhofs Blick auf China (1655–1657): Die Kupferstiche in seinem Chinabuch und ihre Wirkung auf den Verleger Jacob van Meurs [Sinologica Coloniensa 21]. (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag, 2003) [in German]
  • Van Amstel, Aad: Barbaren, rebellen en mandarijnen: de VOC in de slag met China in de Gouden Eeuw. (Amsterdam: Thoeris, 2011) [in Dutch]
  • Van Braam Houckgeest, Andre Everard: An authentic account of the embassy of the Dutch East-India Company, to the court of the emperor of China, in the years 1794 and 1795. (London: R. Phillips, 1789)
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  • Van der Velde, Paul: The Deshima dagregisters: their original tables of contents: Vol. V, 1720–1730. (Leiden: Center for the History of European Expansion, 1990)
  • Van der Velde, Paul: The Deshima dagregisters: their original tables of contents: Vol. VI, 1730–1740. (Leiden: Center for the History of European Expansion, 1991)
  • Van der Velde, Paul: The Deshima dagregisters: their original tables of contents: Vol. VII, 1740–1760 . (Leiden: Center for the History of European Expansion, 1993)
  • Van der Velde, Paul; Viallé, Cynthia: The Deshima dagregisters: their original tables of contents: Vol. VIII, 1760–1780. (Leiden: Center for the History of European Expansion, 1995)
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  • Wills, John E.: Pepper, Guns, and Parleys: The Dutch East India Company and China, 1662–1681. (Harvard University Press, 1974)
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Artikel jurnal, makalah, esai, dan bab buku[sunting | sunting sumber]

Sejarah umum[sunting | sunting sumber]

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  • Andaya, L.Y. (1976), 'De VOC en de Maleise wereld in de 17de en 18de eeuw,'; in M.A.P. Meilink-Roelofsz (ed.), De VOC in Azië. (Bossum: Fibula-Van Dieshoeck, 1976), pp. 107–56. [in Dutch]
  • Andrade, Tonio (1997), 'Political Spectacle and Colonial Rule: The landdag on Dutch Taiwan, 1629–1648,'. Itinerario 21(3): 57–93
  • Andrade, Tonio (2005), 'Pirates, Pelts, and Promises: The Sino-Dutch Colony of Seventeenth-Century Taiwan and the Aboriginal Village of Favorolang,'. The Journal of Asian Studies 64(2): 295–321
  • Barendse, René J. (1988), 'The Long Road to Livorno: The Overland Messenger Services of the Dutch East India Company in the Seventeenth Century,'. Itinerario 12(2): pp. 24–43. DOI:10.1017/S0165115300004708
  • Bax, A.; Martin, C.J. M. (1974), 'De Liefde: A Dutch East Indiaman lost on the Out Skerries, Shetland, in 1711'. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration 3(1): 81–90
  • Bes, Lennart (2016), 'Sultan among Dutchmen? Royal dress at court audiences in South India, as portrayed in local works of art and Dutch embassy reports, seventeenth–eighteenth centuries,'. Modern Asian Studies 50(6): 1792–1845
  • Blussé, Leonard (1985), 'An Insane Administration and an Unsanitary Town: The Dutch East India Company and Batavia (1619–1799),'; in Colonial Cities, ed. Robert J. Ross & G.J. Telkamp. (Dordrecht: Martinus Nijhoff, 1985), pp. 65–85
  • Borschberg, Peter (2009), 'The Johor-VOC Alliance and the Twelve Years' Truce: Factionalism, Intrigue and International Diplomacy, c. 1606–1613,'. International Law and Justice Working Papers, New York University School of Law, Working Paper 2009/8, 2009
  • Borschberg, Peter (2017), 'The Value of Admiral Matelieff's Writings for Studying the History of Southeast Asia, c. 1600–1620,'. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 48(3): 414–435. DOI:10.1017/S002246341700056X
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  • Boxer, C. R. (1963), 'The Dutch East-Indiamen: Their Sailors, Their Navigators, and Life on Board, 1602–1795,'. (Greenwich: The Society for Nautical Research, 1976). First printed in Mariner's Mirror 49(2): 81–104
  • Boxer, C. R. (1973), 'Treasure From the Sea: Shipwrecks of Dutch East Indiamen, 1629–1749,'. History Today 23: 766–775
  • Bruijn, Iris (1994), 'The Health Care Organisation of the Dutch East India Company at Home,'. Social History of Medicine 7(3): 359–81
  • Bruijn, J.R. (1980), 'Between Batavia and the Cape: Shipping Patterns of the Dutch East India Company,'. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 11(2): 251–265
  • Bruijn, Jaap R.; van Eyck van Heslinga, Els S. (1982), 'Mutiny: Rebellion on the Ships of the Dutch East India Company,'. The Great Circle 4(1): 1–9
  • Bruyns, Willem Fredrik Jacob Mörzer (1992), 'Navigation on Dutch East India Company Ships around the 1740s,'. The Mariner's Mirror 78(2): 143–54
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Sejarah militer dan politik[sunting | sunting sumber]

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  • Andrade, Tonio (2006), 'The Rise and Fall of Dutch Taiwan, 1624–1662: Cooperative Colonization and the Statist Model of European Expansion,'. Journal of World History 17(4): 429–450. doi:10.1353/jwh.2006.0052
  • Andrade, Tonio (2011), 'An Accidental Embassy: How Two Minor Dutch Administrators Inaugurated an Alliance with the Qing Dynasty of China, 1661–1662,'. Itinerario 35(1): 77–96. DOI:10.1017/S0165115311000064
  • Arasaratnam, S. (1962), 'Baron van Imhoff and Dutch Policy in Ceylon, 1736–1740,'. In: Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 118(4): 454–468
  • Arasaratnam, S. (1971), 'The Indigenous Ruling Class in Dutch Maritime Ceylon,'. The Indian Economic and Social History Review 8(1): 57–71
  • Arasaratnam, S. (1995), 'The Consolidation of Dutch Power in the Maritime Regions, 1658–1687,'; in K.M. de Silva (ed.), A History of Sri Lanka, vol. II. (Sri Lanka: University of Peradeniya, 1995)
  • Arasaratnam, S. (1996), 'Dutch Sovereignty in Ceylon: A Historical Survey of its Problems,'; in Ceylon and the Dutch, 1600–1800, edited by Sinappah Arasaratnam. (Aldershot: Variorum, 1996), pp. 105–121
  • Ashfaque, Nadra (2006), 'The Dutch East India Company and the Mughal Court,'. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 67: 271–274
  • Ashfaque, Nadra (2007), 'The Relations of the Dutch and the Mughal Administration under Aurangzeb,'. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 68: 363–369
  • Ashfaque, Nadra (2008), 'The Dutch in Coromandel and Mughal Authorities after the Annexation of Golkunda,'. Proceedings of the Indian History Congress 69: 334–340
  • Benton, Lauren; Jacob, Devin (2011), 'Imperial Circuits of Law: Dutch East India Company Sovereignty,'. Transnational Legal Theory 2(1): 119–125. DOI:10.5235/tlt.v2n1.119
  • Birkenholz, Frank (2017), 'Merchant-Kings and Lords of the World: Diplomatic Gift-Exchange between the Dutch East India Company and the Safavid and Mughal Empires in the Seventeenth Century,'. In T. A. Sowerby, & J. Hennings (eds.), Practices of Diplomacy in the Early Modern World, c.1410–1800. (London: Routledge), pp. 219–236
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  • Blussé, Leonard (2013), 'Peeking into the Empires: Dutch Embassies to the Courts of China and Japan,'. Itinerario 37(3): 13–29. doi:10.1017/S0165115313000776
  • Blussé, Leonard (2015), 'Northern European Empire in Asia: The VOC,'; in Hamish Scott (ed.), Early Modern European History, 1350–1750. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015)
  • Borschberg, Peter (1999), 'Hugo Grotius, East India Trade and the King of Johor,'. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 30(2): 225–248. DOI:10.1017/S002246340001300X
  • Borschberg, Peter (2002), 'The Seizure of the Sta. Catarina Revisited: The Portuguese Empire in Asia, VOC Politics and the Origins of the Dutch-Johor Alliance (1602–c.1616),'. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 33(1): 31–62. DOI:10.1017/S0022463402000024
  • Borschberg, Peter (2002), 'The Seizure of the Santo António at Pattani: VOC Freebooting, the Estado da Índia, Peninsular Politics, 1602–1609,'. Journal of the Siam Society 90: 59–72.
  • Borschberg, Peter (2003), 'Portuguese, Spanish and Dutch Plans to Construct a Fort in the Straits of Singapore, ca. 1584–1625,'. Archipel 65: 55–88
  • Borschberg, Peter (2004), 'Luso-Johor-Dutch Relations in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore, c. 1600–1623,'. Itinerario 28(2): 15–44. doi:10.1017/S0165115300019471
  • Borschberg, Peter (2010), 'Ethnicity, Language and Culture in Melaka during the Transition from Portuguese to Dutch Rule,'. Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society 83(2): 93–117
  • Borschberg, Peter (2010), 'VOC Blockade of the Singapore and Malacca Straits: Diplomacy, Trade and Survival, 1633–1641,'; in O Estado da Índia e os Desafios Europeus: Actas do XII Seminário Internacional de História Indo-Portuguesa. (Lisbon: CHAM/CEPCEP, 2010), pp. 163–86
  • Borschberg, Peter (2013), 'From Self-Defense to an Instrument of War: Dutch Privateering Around the Malay Peninsula in the Early Seventeenth Century,'. Journal of Early Modern History 17(1): 35–52. DOI:10.1163/15700658-12342356
  • Brandon, Pepijn (2017), 'Between Company and State: The Dutch East and West India Companies as Brokers between War and Profit,'; in Grietje Baars & André Spicer (eds.), The Corporation: A Critical, Multi-disciplinary Handbook. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2017), p. 215–225
  • Chaiklin, Martha (2012), 'The Merchant's Ark: Live Animal Gifts in Early Modern Dutch-Japanese Relations,'. World History Connected 9(1)
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  • Clulow, Adam (2017), 'Gifts for the Shogun: The Dutch East India Company, Global Networks and Tokugawa Japan,'; in Global Gifts: The Material Culture of Diplomacy in Early Modern Eurasia, edited by Giorgio Riello, Anne Gerritsen and Zoltán Biedermann. (Cambridge University Press, 2017), pp. 198–217
  • Emmer, Peter C. (2003), 'The First Global War: The Dutch versus Iberia in Asia, Africa and the New World, 1590–1609,'. e-Journal of Portuguese History 1(1): 1–14
  • Endo, Masayuki (2010), 'The Conversion to Islam of Cambodian King Ramadhipati I and the Development of Malay Trade Networks from the Perspective of the Dutch East Indian Company,'. Southeast Asia: History and Culture (Japan Society for Southeast Asian Studies) 39: 28–51. DOI:10.5512/sea.2010.39_28
  • Floor, Willem (2009), 'Dutch Relations with the Persian Gulf,'; in Lawrence G. Potter (ed.), The Persian Gulf in History. (New York: Macmillan, 2009), pp. 235–259
  • Heidhues, Mary Somers (2009), '1740 and the Chinese massacre in Batavia: Some German Eyewitness Accounts,'. Archipel 77: 117–147
  • Huber, Johannes (2003), 'Relations between Cheng Ch'eng-kung and the Netherlands East India Company in the 1650s,'; in Leonard Blussé (ed.), Around and About Formosa: Essays in Honor of Professor Ts'ao Yung-ho. (Taipei: Ts'ao Yung-ho Fundation for Culture and Education, 2003), pp. 209–41
  • Johnson, Lisa (2014), 'Renegotiating Dissonant Heritage: The Statue of J.P. Coen,'. International Journal of Heritage Studies 20(6): 583–598. DOI:10.1080/13527258.2013.818571
  • Knoest, Jurre J.A. (2011), 'Company Privateers in Asian Waters: The VOC-Trading Post at Hirado and the Logistics of Privateering, ca. 1614–1624,'. Leidschrift 26(3): 43–57
  • Knoest, Jurre J.A. (2015), '“Een venster op het Westen”. De Japanse perceptie van VOC-dienaren in Nagasaki,'. Tijdschrift voor Zeegeschiedenis 34(1): 3–19. [in Dutch]
  • Kops, Henriette Rahusen-de Bruyn (2002), 'Not Such an 'Unpromising Beginning': The First Dutch Trade Embassy to China, 1655–1657,'. Modern Asian Studies 36(3): 535–578
  • Laarhoven, Ruurdje; Wittermans, Elizabeth Pino (1985), 'From Blockade to Trade: Early Dutch Relations with Manila, 1600–1750,'. Philippine Studies 33(4): 485–504
  • Laver, Michael (2013), 'Most Exquisite Curiosities of Nature and Art: The Dutch East India Company, Objets d'Art and Gift Giving in Early Modern Japan,'. World History Connected 10(2)
  • Loth, Vincent C. (1995), 'Armed Incidents and Unpaid Bills: Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Banda Islands in the Seventeenth Century,'. Modern Asian Studies 29(4): 705–740
  • Marks, Shula (1972). 'Khoisan resistance to the Dutch in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries,'. The Journal of African History 13(1): 55–80. DOI:10.1017/S0021853700000268
  • Masselman, George (1961), 'Dutch Colonial Policy in the Seventeenth Century,'. Journal of Economic History 21(4): 455–468. DOI:10.1017/S0022050700108988
  • Murteira, André (2014), 'Dutch Attacks against the Goa-Macao-Japan Route, 1603–1618,'; in C.X. George Wei (ed.), Macau - The Formation of a Global City. (Routledge, 2014), pp. 95–106
  • Nijman, Jan (1994), 'The VOC and the Expansion of the World-System, 1602–1799,'. Political Geography 13(3): 211–227. doi:10.1016/0962-6298(94)90027-2
  • Penn, Nigel (2007), 'Great Escapes: Deserting Soldiers During Noodt's Cape Governorship, 1727–1799,'. South African Historical Journal 59: 171–203
  • Penn, Nigel (2016), 'The Honourable Company: VOC Rule at the Cape,'; in Penny Russell & Nigel Worden (eds.), Honourable Intentions?: Violence and Virtue in Australian and Cape Colonies, c. 1750 to 1850. (London: Routledge, 2016)
  • Pombejra, Dhiravat Na (2003), 'The Dutch-Siamese Conflict of 1663–1664: A Reassessment,'; in Leonard Blussé (ed.), Around and About Formosa: Essays in Honor of Professor Ts'ao Yung-ho. (Taipei: Ts'ao Yung-ho Fundation for Culture and Education, 2003), pp. 291–306
  • Roessingh, M.P.H. (1967), 'Dutch Relations with the Philippines, c. 1600–1850: A Survey of Sources in the General State Archives, The Hague, Netherlands,'. Asian Studies 5(2): 377–407
  • Salmon, Claudine (2009), 'The Massacre of 1740 as Reflected in a Contemporary Chinese Narrative,'. Archipel 77: 149–154
  • Schrikker, Alicia (2002), 'Een ongelijke strijd? De oorlog tussen de Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie en de koning van Kandy, 1760–1766,' [An unequal battle? The war between the Dutch East India Company and the King of Kandy, 1760–1766]. In: Knaap G., Teitler G. (eds.), De Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie tussen oorlog en diplomatie. (Leiden: KITLV, 2002), pp. 379–406. [in Dutch]
  • Schrikker, Alicia (2010), 'Dutch Political Attitudes in Asia: Diplomacy in Eighteenth Century Ceylon as Example,'. In: Nishimura M., Sato M., Kimura M, Okamoto H. (eds.), Cultural reproduction on its interface: from the perspectives of text, diplomacy, otherness and tea in East Asia. (Kansai: Institute for Cultural Interaction Studies, Kansai University, 2010), pp. 43–59
  • Schrikker, Alicia (2012), 'Caught Between Empires: VOC Families in Sri Lanka after the British Take-Over, 1806–1808,'. Annales de Démographie Historique 122(2): 127–47
  • Schrikker, Alicia; Ross, Robert (2012), 'The VOC Official Elite,'. In: Worden N. (ed.), Cape Town between East and West. (Johannesburg: Jacana, 2012), pp. 26–45
  • Tran, Nam Tien / Trần, Nam Tiến (2011), 'Quan hệ Việt Nam - Châu Âu: Liên minh quân sự giữa chúa Trịnh với Hà Lan trong cuộc nội chiến Trịnh – Nguyễn thế kỷ XVII,'. Tạp chí Khoa học xã hội, Số 8 (156): 45–54. [in Vietnamese]
  • Tzoref-Askenazi, Chen (2013), 'German Auxiliary Troops in the British and Dutch East India Companies,'; in Nir Arielli and Bruce Collins (eds.), Transnational Soldiers: Foreign Military Enlistment in the Modern Era. (Basingstoke, 2013), pp. 32–49
  • Van den Muijzenberg, Otto (2001), 'Philippine-Dutch Social Relations, 1600–2000,'. Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, The Philippines Historical and Social Studies 157(3): 471–509
  • Van Ittersum, Martine Julia (2003), 'Hugo Grotius in Context: Van Heemskerck's Capture of the Santa Catarina and its Justification in De Jure Praedae (1604–1606),'. Asian Journal of Social Science 31(3): 511–548. doi:10.1163/156853103322895360
  • Van Ittersum, Martine Julia (2010), 'The Long Goodbye: Hugo Grotius' Justification of Dutch Expansion Overseas, 1615–1645,'. History of European Ideas 36(4): 386–411. DOI:10.1016/j.histeuroideas.2010.05.003
  • Van Ittersum, Martine Julia (2016), 'Debating Natural Law in the Banda Islands: A Case Study in Anglo–Dutch Imperial Competition in the East Indies, 1609–1621,'. History of European Ideas 42(4): 459–501
  • Vink, Markus (1997), 'Images and Ideologies of Dutch-South Asian Contact: Cross-Cultural Encounters Between the Nayaka State of Madurai and the Dutch East India Company in the Seventeenth Century,'. Itinerario 21(2): 82–123
  • Vink, Markus (2000), 'Church and State in Seventeenth-Century Colonial Asia: Dutch-Parava Relations in Southeast India in a Comparative Perspective,'. Journal of Early Modern History 4(1): 1–42. doi:10.1163/157006500X00123
  • Vink, Markus (2001), 'The Temporal and Spiritual Conquest of the Fishery Coast: The Portuguese-Dutch Struggle over the Parava Community of Southeast India, c. 1640–1700,'. Portuguese Studies Review 9(1/2): 372–397
  • Vink, Markus (2004), 'From Port-City to World-System: Spatial Constructs of Dutch Indian Ocean Studies, 1500–1800,'. Itinerario 28(2): 45–116. DOI:10.1017/S0165115300019483
  • Weststeijn, Arthur (2014), 'The VOC as a Company-State: Debating Seventeenth-Century Dutch Colonial Expansion,'. Itinerario 38(1): 13–34. DOI:10.1017/S0165115314000035
  • Zandvliet, Kees (1988), 'Golden Opportunities in Geopolitics: Cartography and the Dutch East India Company during the Lifetime of Abel Tasman,'; in William Eisler & Bernard Smith (eds.), Terra Australis: The Furthest Shore. (Sydney: International Cultural Corporation of Australis, 1988), pp. 67–84

Sejarah maritim[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Bax, A.; Martin, C. (1974), 'De Liefde: A Dutch East Indiaman Lost on the Out Skerries, Shetland, in 1711,'. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 3(1): 81–90
  • Bos, J.; Noordam, B. (2014), 'Peeking at the Enemy: Eighteenth Century 'Spy' Plan Reveals VOC Military Intelligence,'. IIAS: The Newsletter 67 (2014): 4–5
  • Broomhall, Susan (2014), 'Emotional Encounters: Indigenous Peoples in the Dutch East India Company's Interactions with the South Lands,'. Australian Historical Studies 45(3): pp. 350–367
  • Cowan, Rex; Cowan, Zélide; Marsden, Peter (1975), 'The Dutch East Indiaman Hollandia wrecked on the Isles of Scilly in 1743,'. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration 4 (2): 267–300
  • De Zwart, Pim; Solar, Peter M. (2017), 'Why were Dutch East Indiamen so slow?,'. International Journal of Maritime History 29(4): 738–751
  • Donaldson, Bruce (2006), 'The Dutch Contribution to the European Discovery of Australia,'. In Nonja Peters (ed.), The Dutch Down Under, 1606–2006. (Crawley: University of Western Australia Press, 2006)
  • Gaastra, Femme (1997), 'The Dutch East India Company: A Reluctant Discoverer,'. Great Circle - Journal of the Australian Association for Maritime History 19(2): 109–123
  • Gawronski, Jerzy (1990), 'East Indiaman Amsterdam research 1984–1986.'. Antiquity 64(243): 363–375. DOI:10.1017/S0003598X00078029
  • Gentelli, Liesel (2016), 'Provenance Determination of Silver Artefacts from the 1629 VOC Wreck Batavia using LA-ICP-MS,'. Journal of Archaeological Science [Reports] 9: 536–542. DOI:10.1016/j.jasrep.2016.08.044
  • Gerritsen, Rupert (2006), 'The evidence for cohabitation between Indigenous Australians, marooned Dutch mariners and VOC passengers,'; in Nonja Peters (ed.), The Dutch Down Under: 1606–2006. (University of WA Press, Sydney, 2006), pp. 38–55
  • Gerritsen, Rupert (2008), 'The landing site debate: Where were Australia's first European residents marooned in 1629?', pp. 105–129; in P. Hornsby & J. Maschke (eds.) Hydro 2007 Conference Proceedings: Focus on Asia. (International Federation of Hydrographic Societies, Belrose)
  • Gerritsen, Rupert (2009), 'The Batavia Mutiny: Australia's first military conflict in 1629,'. Sabretache: Journal and Proceedings of the Military Historical Society of Australia 50(4): 5–10
  • Gerritsen, Rupert (2011), 'Australia's First Criminal Prosecutions in 1629'. (Canberra: Batavia Online Publishing)
  • Gibbs, Martin (2002), 'Maritime Archaeology and Behavior during Crisis: The Wreck of the VOC Ship Batavia (1629),'; in John Grattan & Robin Torrence (eds.), Natural Disasters and Cultural Change. (New York: Routledge, 2002), pp. 66–86
  • Green, Jeremy N. (1975), 'The VOC ship Batavia wrecked in 1629 on the Houtman Abrolhos, Western Australia,'. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 4(1): 43–63. DOI:10.1111/j.1095-9270.1975.tb00902.x
  • Green, Jeremy N. (1986), 'The Survey of the VOC fluit Risdam (1727), Malaysia,'. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 15(2): 93–104. DOI:10.1111/j.1095-9270.1986.tb00558.x
  • Green, Jeremy N. (2006), 'The Dutch Down Under: Sailing Blunders,'. In Nonja Peters (ed.), The Dutch Down Under, 1606–2006. (Crawley: University of Western Australia Press, 2006)
  • Guy, Richard (2015), 'Calamitous Voyages: the social space of shipwreck and mutiny narratives in the Dutch East India Company,'. Itinerario 39(1): 117–140. DOI:10.1017/S0165115315000157
  • Ketelaar, Eric (2008), 'Exploration of the Archived World: From De Vlamingh's Plate to Digital Realities,'. Archives and Manuscripts 36(2): 13–33
  • Larn, Richard (1985), 'The wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman Campen on the Needles rocks, Isle of Wight, 1627—Part 1,'. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 14(1): 1–31
  • Larn, Richard (1985), 'The wreck of the Dutch East Indiaman Campen on the Needles rocks, Isle of Wight, 1627—Part 2,'. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 14(2): 97–118
  • Lightley, Robert Allan (1976), 'An 18th century Dutch East Indiaman, found at Cape Town, 1971,'. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 5(4): 305–316. DOI:10.1111/j.1095-9270.1976.tb00975.x
  • Linden, Job K. (2010), 'Letter from Robert Jacob Gordon to « Monsieur le Bailli » on his fifth journey in the interior of the Cape colony (1786),'. Outre-Mers: Revue d'histoire 366–367: 183–198
  • Manders, M.R.; Chandraratne, W.M.; Dayananda, A.M.A.; Muthucumarana, R.; Weerasena, K.B.C.; Weerasingha, K.D.P. (2004), 'The Physical Protection of a 17th Century VOC Shipwreck in Sri Lanka,'. Current Science 86(9): 101–107
  • Manders, M.R. (2006), 'The In Situ Protection of a Dutch Colonial Vessel in Sri Lankan Waters,'; in Robert Grenier, David Nutley & Ian Cochran (eds.); Heritage at Risk – Special Edition - Underwater Cultural Heritage at Risk, pp. 58–60
  • Manders, M.R. (2006), 'The In Situ Protection of a 17th-Century Trading Vessel in the Netherlands,'; in Robert Grenier, David Nutley & Ian Cochran (eds.), Heritage at Risk – Special Edition - Underwater Cultural Heritage at Risk, pp. 70–72
  • McCarthy, M. (2006), 'Dutch place names in Australia,'. In Nonja Peters (ed.), The Dutch Down Under, 1606–2006. (Crawley: University of Western Australia Press, 2006)
  • McCarthy, M. (2006), 'The Dutch on Australian shores: The Zuytdorp tragedy — unfinished business,'. In L. Shaw & W. Wilkins (eds.), Dutch Connections: 400 Years of Australian–Dutch Maritime Links, 1606–2006 (Sydney: Australian National Maritime Museum, 2006), pp. 94–109
  • Mutch, T. D. (1942), 'The First Discovery of Australia with an Account of the Voyages of the Duyfken and the Career of William Jansz.,'. JRAHS 28(5): 303–352
  • Palmer, Jonathan; Turney, Chris; Hogg, Alan; Hilliam, Noel; Watso, Matt; van Sebill, Erik; Cowie, Winston; Jones, Richard; Petchey, Fiona (2014), 'The discovery of New Zealand's oldest shipwreck – possible evidence of further Dutch exploration of the South Pacific,'. Journal of Archaeological Science 42: 435–441. DOI:10.1016/j.jas.2013.11.024
  • Parthesius, Robert (2003), 'The Avondster Project: An Integrated Maritime Heritage Research Project around the Historic Port City Galle in Sri Lanka,'; in C.A. Brebbia & T. Gambin (eds.), Maritime Heritage. (Boston: WIT Press, 2003)
  • Parthesius, Robert; Millar, Karen; Jeffery, Bill (2005), 'Preliminary Report on the Excavation of the 17th-Century Anglo-Dutch East-Indiaman Avondster in Bay of Galle, Sri Lanka,'. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 34(2): 216–237. DOI:10.1111/j.1095-9270.2005.00056.x
  • Schilder, Günter (1976), 'Organisation and Evolution of the Dutch East India Company's Hydrographic Office in the Seventeenth Century,'. Imago Mundi 28: 61–78
  • Schilder, Günter (1988), 'New Holland: The Dutch Discoveries,'; in Glyndwr Williams and Alan Frost (eds.), Terra Australis to Australia. (Melbourne: Oxford University Press, 1988), pp. 83–115
  • Schilder, Günter (1988), 'The So-Called "Atlas Amsterdam" by Isaak de Graaf of About 1700. A Remarkable Cartographic Document of the Dutch East India Company,'; in Vice-Almirante A. Teixeira da Mota: In Memoriam, vol. I, Lisboa: Academia de Marinha / IICT, 1988, pp. 133–154
  • Schilder, Günter (1984), 'The Dutch Conception of New Holland in the Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries,'. The Globe: Journal of the Australian Map Circle 22: 38–46
  • Schilder, Günter (1989), 'From Secret to Common Knowledge – The Dutch Discoveries,'; in John Hardy and Alan Frost (eds.), Studies from Terra Australis to Australia. (Canberra, 1989)
  • Schilder, Günter (1993), 'A Continent Takes Shape: The Dutch Mapping of Australia,'; in Changing Coastlines, edited by Michael Richards & Maura O'Connor. (Canberra: National Library of Australia, 1993), pp. 10–16
  • Sheehan, Colin (2008), 'Strangers and Servants of the Company: The United East India Company and the Dutch Voyages to Australia,'; in Peter Veth, Margo Neale, et al. (eds.), Strangers on the Shore: Early Coastal Contacts in Australia. (Canberra: National Museum of Australia Press, ISBN 9781876944636)
  • Sigmond, Peter (2006), 'Cultural Heritage and a Piece of Pewter,’; in L. Shaw & W. Wilkins (eds.), Dutch Connections: 400 Years of Australian–Dutch Maritime Links, 1606–2006. (Sydney: Australian National Maritime Museum, 2006)
  • Van Duivenvoorde, Wendy; Kaiser, Bruce; Megens, Luc; van Bronswijk, Wilhelm (2015), 'Pigments from the Zuiddorp (Zuytdorp) ship sculpture: red, white and blue?,'. Post-Medieval Archaeology 49(2): 268–290
  • Werz, Bruno E.J.S.; Klose, J.E. (1994), 'Ceramic analysis from the VOC-ship Oosterland (1697),'. South African Journal of Science 90(10): 522–526
  • Werz, Bruno E.J.S. (2006), 'The 'Vlissingen'. A Dutch East India Company ship that perished along the Namibian shore in 1747,'; in Huub Hendrix (ed.), Namibia and The Netherlands: 350 Years of Relations. (Windhoek, Namibia: Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, 2006), pp. 20–30
  • Werz, Bruno E.J.S. (2008), 'Not lost without a trace: The DEIC ship Vlissingen, assumed to have foundered near Meob Bay in 1747,'. Journal of Namibian Studies 4: 47–74
  • Werz, Bruno E.J.S. (2017), 'The Wreck of the Dutch East India Company Ship Haarlem in Table Bay, 1647, and the Establishment of the ‘Tavern of the Seas’,'. The Mariner's Mirror 103(4): 400–416. DOI:10.1080/00253359.2017.1376479
  • Werz, Bruno E.J.S.; Steenkamp, Willem H.B.; Prowse, Mark R. (2017), 'Searching for a symbolic shipwreck in Table Bay: Haarlem (1647),'. South African Journal of Science 113(9–10). DOI:10.17159/sajs.2017/a0227
  • Wildeman, Diederick (2014), 'Response: ‘The Discovery of New Zealand's oldest shipwreck’,'. Journal of Archaeological Science 50: 94–96. DOI:10.1016/j.jas.2014.06.014
  • Worden, Nigel (2009), 'Below the Line the Devil Reigns: Death and Dissent aboard a VOC Vessel,'. South African Historical Journal 61(4): 701–729
  • Yahya, Padillah; Gaudieri, Silvana; Franklin, Daniel (2010), 'DNA Analysis of Human Skeletal Remains Associated with the Batavia Mutiny of 1629,'. Records of the Western Australian Museum 26: 98–108

Fiksi[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Bergvelt, Joyce: Formosa, voorgoed verloren. Historische roman over de VOC op Taiwan. (Uitgeverij Conserve, 2015, ISBN 9789054294023) [in Dutch]
  • Bergvelt, Joyce: Lord of Formosa. A novel of the battle for Taiwan. (Camphor Press, 2018, ISBN 978-1-78869-139-0)
  • Brownlee, Russel: Garden of the Plagues. (Cape Town: Human & Rousseau, 2005)
  • Mattingley, Christobel: My Father's Islands: Abel Tasman's Heroic Voyages. (Canberra: National Library of Australia, 2012)
  • Mitchell, David: The Thousand Autumns of Jacob de Zoet. (New York: Random House, 2010)
  • Sleigh, Dan: Eilande. (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 2002) [in Afrikaans]
  • Sleigh, Dan: Islands. Translated from the Afrikaans by André Brink. (FL: Harcourt, 2005)
  • Sleigh, Dan: 1795. (Cape Town: Tafelberg, 2016) [in Afrikaans]

Audio[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Bragg, Melvyn: BBC Radio 4, In Our Time: The Dutch East India Company. (2016)
  • Peters, Aya; et al.: De V.O.C. - Een luistercollege voor jongeren over Nederland in de Gouden Eeuw. (Den Haag: Young Home Academy, 2010) [in Dutch]
  • Ryan, Andrew; Szabo, Norman; Scott, Llyn; et al.: Tales of Dutch Formosa. A Radio Docudrama in Four Episodes. (Taipei: Radio Taiwan International, 2004)

Video[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • Green, John: Capitalism and the Dutch East India Company. (Crash Course World History 229, PBS Learning Media, 2015)
  • Shiller, Robert: The United East India Company and Amsterdam Stock Exchange [00:01:14]; in Economics 252, Financial Markets: Lecture 4 – Portfolio Diversification and Supporting Financial Institutions. (Open Yale Courses, 2011)

Dokumenter[sunting | sunting sumber]

Film[sunting | sunting sumber]

Musik[sunting | sunting sumber]

Dunia VOC dalam seni rupa[sunting | sunting sumber]

Karya seni tentang orang, tempat, dan hal-hal yang berkaitan dengan Perusahaan Hindia Timur Belanda (VOC).

Lihat pula[sunting | sunting sumber]

Catatan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ Untuk konsep Dunia VOC, lihat Daftar pos dagang, permukiman, dan koloni Perusahaan Hindia Timur Belanda.
  2. ^ Untuk peran VOC dalam sejarah ekonomi dunia, lihat bagian artikel Perusahaan Hindia Timur Belanda#Dampak terhadap sejarah sosial, ekonomi, politik, dan militer Belanda; Perusahaan Hindia Timur Belanda#Peran dalam sejarah ekonomi global dan hubungan internasional.
  3. ^ Untuk peran VOC dalam perkembangan awal hukum laut dan hukum internasional modern secara umum, lihat artikel Santa Catarina (kapal); Mare Liberum; Kebebasan laut; Sejarah hukum internasional.
  4. ^ Untuk peran VOC dalam sejarah kolonial Amerika Serikat, lihat artikel Halve Maen (kapal).
  5. ^ DAlam buku “Immaterialism: Objects and Social Theory” (2016) dan “Object-Oriented Ontology: A New Theory of Everything” (2018), filsuf Amerika Serikat Graham Harman menggunakan Dunia VOC sebagai ilustrasi model teori “ontologi berorientasi objek” atau “filsafat berorientasi objek”.

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