Main Program: Origin Stories

27 Oct 2017 10:15 - 11:30
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Taman Baca. Festival Hub, Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

Each nation, society, and cultural and ethnic group has its own unique genesis stories – narratives describing their respective origins and meanings for existence. In this exploration of the Festival’s theme, speakers will share their origin stories and reflect on the influences shaping their writing and identity.

Setiap bangsa, masyarakat, dan kelompok suku dan budaya memiliki kisah permulaan yang unik. Narasi yang menggambarkan asal dan makna masing-masing untuk wujudnya. Dalam penjelajahan tema Festival ini, para pembicara akan berbagi cerita asal-usul mereka dan merenungkan pengaruh yang membentuk tulisan dan identitas mereka.


Mas Ruscitadewi

Mas Ruscitadewi studied Archeology, Philosophy and Religion at the Denpasar State Hindu Dharma Institute. As well as writing poetry, songs and short stories, she teaches philosophy in the form of …

Morika Tetelepta

Morika Tetelepta was born in Manado, North Sulawesi, and spent his childhood in Ambon and Malang. He studied Theology and Philosophy at universities in Jakarta, Ambon and Groningen. He is …

Tenzin Dickie

Tenzin Dickie is a writer and literary translator. She is editor of Old Demons, New Deities: Twenty One Short Stories from Tibet, the first English language anthology of Tibetan fiction. …

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