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Program Tags: Current Affairs & Journalism


Main Program | The Story of Munir

The 2004 mid-air murder of Munir Said Thalib, one of Indonesia’s most famous human rights activists, continues to haunt Indonesia. In the narrative nonfiction book, We Have Tired of Violence, …

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Main Program | What are the Roots of Radicalism

Radicalism and extremism continue to create considerable concern and conflict around the world. An expanding field of study is looking at the roots and influences on what motivates these groups …

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Main Program | Beacon of Hope: The Human Experience of Conflict

The story of refugees is one of survival, transformation, and triumph. Max Rosochinsky and Oksana Maksymchuk fled Ukraine right before the outbreak of the war. Giuseppe Catozzella’s book Don’t Tell Me …

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Main Program | Women in History

In conflicts and humanitarian events around the world, what are the experiences of women? Magdalena Sitorus’s research explores the perspectives of women survivors of Indonesia’s 1965 mass killings, as does …

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Book Launch | Bloodrust

Bloodrust and other stories craft frank depictions of family, mental health, youth, aging, love, and lust that speak to the fragility of life, and to the dangerous games we play …

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Main Program | Keynote with Putu Oka Sukanta

We reflect on the extraordinary life and immense contribution that Putu Oka Sukanta has made to Indonesian literature over more than 40 years. Imprisoned for 10 years during the Soeharto …

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