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Title: Islet Depopulation and Plains Resettlement: The Policy of the Dutch East India Company on Forced Settlement Migration of Formosan Austronesians
Authors: 康培德
Kang, Peter
Contributors: 民族系
Keywords: Dutch East India Company VOC;forced settlement migration;territorial control
Date: 2009-09
Issue Date: 2018-09-05 17:23:42 (UTC+8)
Abstract: This article explores how colonial territorial control developed into forced settlement migration on both the off-shore islets and mountain areas when the Dutch East India Company (VOC) administered Taiwan in the seventeenth century. Two governors-general, Anthonio van Diemen (gov. 1636-1645) and Cornelis van der Lijn (gov. 1645-1650), were responsible for the migration policy, even while they represented different ideas on colonial administration. Van Diemen aggressively pursued expansionist policies, whereas Van der Lijn was more conservative and cost-benefit minded. In addition to highlighting both the original purposes and the actual implementation of settlement migration policy, this article attempts to provide insight into its long-term and short-terms effects.
Relation: 新史學, Vol.20, No.3, pp.99-126
Data Type: article
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