From intimate in-conversations between leading authors, artists, activists, chefs, farmers and performers, to fiery debates on some of the region’s most pressing issues, KEMBALI20 Main Program takes place from 29 October–08 November. Spanning 60+ digital sessions over 11 days, the sessions are available to view on ubudwritersfestival.com by creating a user account.
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What is lost when a culture disappears? This question is at the heart of Doug Bock Clark’s account of the Lamalerans, one of Indonesia’s last remaining hunter-gatherer groups who for …Read more
Award-winning American journalist, Krithika Varagur, focuses on religion and politics in Southeast and South Asia. Her first book, The Call: Inside the Global Saudi Religious Project, examines the effects of …Read more
Lailatul Fitriyah is a Doctoral Candidate at the World Religions and World Church Program, Department of Theology, University of Notre Dame. She has an MA in International Peace Studies from …Read more
As the world grapples with COVID-19, F&B businesses are strategizing how to survive. They are dealing with closures of services and borders, public health protocol, and consumer health concerns. These …Read more