“The Act of Killing” blends the horrific & the absurd in a disturbing cocktail addressing the political turmoil in Indonesia in 1965. (on 3/26)
The Lontar Foundation recently announced exciting news regarding translation and literature in Indonesia.
Join us for a classic film set when the Sukarno regime was shaky and the war in Viet Nam was just heating up. (Film screens on 3/19)
A list of four film screenings from Cambodia and Indonesia at the upcoming Association for Asian Studies conference.
Indra Aziz talks about owing his life to music at TEDxUbud in 2012.
The Indonesian band formally known as Peterpan reunited in 2012 under the new name NOAH with similar rock pop hits.
In her talk Step describes how Twitter and Facebook have had a dramatic impact on her work as an Al Jazeera journalist in Southeast Asia.
Anthropologist Dr. Kelli Swazey gives us insight into the culture of the Torajan tribesmen, who spend their entire lives preparing for their deaths.
IPAC’s latest report notes four reasons why the Syrian conflict has become so popular in Indonesia.
Take a look at Dr. Barbara Watson Andaya’s Report on the First international Conference on Jambi Studies (ICJS 1).