Program Tags: Society, Culture and History


Satellite Program | Inclusivity Options Circumstance

Carla Power will explore more deeply her latest book Home, Land, and Security, from her journey to explore extremist movements in the Middle East, Egypt, and other regions. By interviewing …

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Satellite Program | A Discussion with Carla Power: Home, Land, Security

Carla Power, the author of two Pulitzer Prize finalists in General Nonfiction, discusses the emerging field of deradicalization in her latest book Home, Land, Security. By inquiring into the stories …

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Festival Club | BALI, 50 ANS DE CHANGEMENTS – ENTRETIENS AVEC JEAN COUTEAU / (SESSION EN FRANCAIS)

Jean Couteau invites you to a discussion with the author of Bali, 50 Years of Changes: A Conversation with Jean Couteau, Eric Buvelot, about how otherness and nationalism have evolved …

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Film Program | Tradition Keepers: Ties to the Earth & Coming of Age

Follow the stories of personal challenges and cultural survival that run beneath the surface of Indonesia’s textile arts industry and into a world of rituals, ancestors, mythology, and ecological wisdom …

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Festival Club | Bali: is Beauty a Curse?

Bali brings together various groups of people and ethnicities, who all have a bond of love for this island. With so many changes happening, how is cultural preservation grown without …

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Main Program | Is All Writing an Exploration of Identity?

Writers Fariha Roisin, Preeta Samarasan and Kirstin Chen discuss the identity issues that challenge them as writers, as well as ask how we can move beyond the optics of diversity to enact …

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Main Program | Looking to the Past: Writing about History

João Morgado writes about the expeditions of Vasco de Gama, Magellan, and the spice trade with historical accuracy. Isna Marifa’s debut novel, Mountains More Ancient, focuses on Indonesian slavery in …

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Workshop | Collage: A Word for Woman 

The definition of ‘woman’ in the Indonesian dictionary has recently been reviewed due to its derogatory meaning that simply describes a reproductive person. While this is a strong starting point, …

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Main Program | In Conversation with Sequoia Nagamatsu

Sequoia Nagamatsu’s debut novel, How High We Go in the Dark, follows generations of intricately-connected characters as humanity attempts to rebuild after a pandemic. This haunting and hopeful story about …

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Main Program | Dreams from the Golden Island

Mimpi-mimpi dari Pulau Emas, Dreams from the Golden Island, is a poetic narrative by Elizabeth Inandiak and other writers and artists about the great sages of China, India, and Tibet …

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