This week’s bookshelf spotlights Surabaya, Indonesia in preparation the upcoming talk by Dr. Ashok Das on January 17.
Join CSEAS on January 17 for a talk by Dr. Ashok Das on “The transformation of Surabaya’s pro-poor shelter efforts”.
This week’s bookshelf highlights LGBT themes in Indonesian literature including an article by Inside Indonesia on the growth of this genre.
Join the East-West Center on Oct. 28 for an “Update on Indonesian Politics” by two leading political scientists from Indonesia.
This interactive teacher workshop is co-sponsored by the East-West Center Arts Program and the Pacific and Asian Affairs Council (PAAC). There will be content presentations; hands-on Balinese music workshop; relevant K12 curriculum shared; and traditional dance performance.
This week, our bookshelf takes a look at recent releases on Indonesia with topics ranging from activism, politics, agribusiness, and environmental issues.
Join PAAC on Sept. 30 – Oct. 1 for a special K-12 Teachers Workshop on “Indonesia: Sea of Islands”. Register by Sept. 16.
The latest IPAC report, “Rebuilding after Communal Violence: Lessons from Tolikara, Papua”, provides a detailed analysis of the violence and the government response.
The latest IPAC Report traces the trajectory of Abu Gar up to his arrest in connection with the Jakarta attack seventeen years later.
The 2016 “Asia Today” lecture series will cover Indonesia. Forum topics for this day will focus on how political Indonesia deals with the incredible diversity of its people.