Main Program: At Home, Everywhere



 
28 Oct 2018 14:30 - 15:30
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Taman Baca. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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At home everywhere, or nowhere? By choice or by necessity, ‘third culture kids’ grow up in a culture different from that of their parents, often moving between worlds with linguistic and diplomatic fluency. These writers pause to reflect on how coming of age with a dynamic sense of home has shaped their lives and work.

Di rumah di mana saja, atau tidak di mana pun? Karena pilihan atau karena kebutuhan, ‘anak-anak budaya ketiga’ tumbuh dalam budaya yang berbeda dari orangtua mereka, sering berpindah-pindah antara tempat dengan kefasihan linguistik dan diplomatik. Para penulis ini berhenti sejenak untuk merenungkan bagaimana rasanya memiliki rumah yang tak lagi berpindah telah membentuk kehidupan dan pekerjaan mereka.

Featuring

Omar Musa

Omar Musa is a Malaysian-Australian author, rapper and poet from Queanbeyan, Australia. He has released four hip hop records, three poetry books and a novel, Here Come the Dogs, which …


Agustinus Wibowo

Agustinus Wibowo is an Indonesian travel writer and travel photographer. His books include Selimut Debu (A Blanket of Dust, 2010), Garis Batas (Borderlines: A Journey through Central Asia, 2011), and …


Sofija Stefanovic

Sofija Stefanovic is a Serbian-Australian writer and storyteller in New York. Her memoir, Miss Ex-Yugoslavia is a funny and dark story about immigration. She hosts This Alien Nation, a celebration of immigration. …


Lisa Siregar

Before joining Jakarta Globe, Lisa Siregar worked as a social researcher for Kompas Litbang, LIPI and Ford Foundation. She has written about film and advertising for numerous local publications. Lisa …


Rain Chudori

Rain Chudori is writer, filmmaker, and Founder and curator of Comma Books, a publishing initiative under Penerbit KPG. Her books Monsoon Tiger And Other Stories and Imaginary City were published …



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