The period and setting are not specified, but the film noir atmosphere and styles of clothing and transport strongly suggest the police-state Indonesia of Suharto’s heyday; this is that rarest of gen...
Learn more about one of the visiting artists from Bali assisting with the upcoming wayang listrik production!
Join us for a Halloween treat featuring a ghost story with vigilante mobs, bureaucratic stonewalling, and governmental corruption!
This week, our bookshelf spotlights recent recipients of book prizes in Southeast Asian studies from the Association of Asian Studies.
Various groups appear to be deliberately burnishing the image of Din Minimi to draw attention to criticism of the provincial government.
Indonesian human rights researcher Andreas Harsono, a research at Human Rights Watch since 2008 and a former journalist, will share his observations about the new administration’s progress on the hum...
Learn more about the ways Southeast Asian nations are seeking to conserve its biodiversity in this week's bookshelf spotlight.
Spotlighting Indonesian books in translation by the Lontar Foundation as Indonesia will be the Guest of Honor at the 2015 Frankfurt Book Fair.
Christoph Schwab travelled two weeks through a small portion of the country and put together this charming video of the sprawling archipelago.
9 Naga (or 9 Dragons), a film subtitled at CSEAS, breaks away from the usual tale of young love we've been seeing in the past. Quite a change but more emotionally charged than usual. In fact, it’s he...