Program Tags: Translation and Languages


Main Program | The Mind of the Children

Cyntha Hariadi’s Kokokan Mencari Arumbawangi and Ziggy Zezsyazeoviennazabrizkie’s Di Tanah Lada both focus on the behaviour and thoughts of children. However, they actually touch on a wider issues, including the chaotic relationship between humans …

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Book Launch | UWRF21 Anthology Book: Mulat Sarira

Each year, UWRF calls out to budding writers across the archipelago: send us your stories! The most outstanding emerging Indonesian voices, selected from hundreds of submissions, are published in the …

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Main Program | Bringing History to Today

History often becomes the inspiration for multiple literary works. Interpretation of events, along with mixing facts and fiction to compose new stories, become a challenging playroom for writers. Listen to …

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Main Program | Joseph Conrad’s Eastern Voyages

In his latest book, Joseph Conrad’s Eastern Voyages, Ian Burnet shares his account of Joseph Conrad’s adventure in Singapore and East Borneo River where his first books are all set. Ian …

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Main Program | Roads Less Travelled, Travel Writing in the Time of COVID-19

When a global health crisis closes borders between and within countries, does literature’s potential to transport people to new places take on greater significance? David Allan-Petale, whose debut novel, Locust Summer, …

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Main Program | First Nations Poets

Australia’s First Nations people are the country’s first memory holders and storytellers. However, their stories are often left unheard. Join three First Nations writers, Elfie Shiosaki, Jarrad Travers, and Cass …

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Main Program | Navigable Ink

Jennifer Mackenzie’s collection of poetry, Navigable Ink, is based on her contact with the famous Indonesian author, Pramoedya Ananta Toer, in 1993, when his works were banned and he was under …

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Workshop | The Art of Lontar and Prasi

The O.Prasi is a community of young Balinese artists that has been intensely studying prasi. Whereas Wikimedia Denpasar is a community that supports efforts to liberate knowledge of Balinese literature, language, …

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Book Launch | Kalyakoorl, ngalak warangka (Forever, we sing)

Kalyakoorl, ngalak warangka (Forever, we sing) is a celebration of the rare Noongar language and the things we share as a community. It is a collection of songs representing the first …

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