CRCS Newsletter September 2018
The Center, in its partnership with the Center for Religious and Cross-cultural Studies (CRCS), Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia, is proud to feature CRCS’ new newsletter. The monthly-published issues will be featured in the CSEAS newsletter and highlighted here on our website. Check out our Religion & Diversity Initiative page to see more publications from CRCS.
This month’s newsletter features two essays reflecting on recent Indonesian political issues; two articles on the film Our Land is the Sea; a book review; and two reports of the recent CRCS activities in Eastern Indonesia. The CRCS-ICRS weekly Wednesday Forum will start next week.
- Identity politics is inevitable and not necessarily bad (Indonesian)
- Nahdlatul Ulama and the politics trap (Indonesian)
- From the launching of the film “Our Land is the Sea” (Indonesian)
- The threats of modernity (Indonesian)
- Secularism and its impacts on majority-minority relations (Indonesian)
- Building peace while managing waste in Papua (Indonesian)
- Ecotourism and adat ecology for the Ammatoans in Sulawesi (Indonesian)