Main Program | Bali, 50 Years of Change


 
 
29 Oct 2022 11:30 - 12:30
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Jean Couteau and Eric Buvelot discuss Bali, 50 Years of Changes – A Conversation with Jean Couteau, translated from French by Diana Darling, looking back at Bali since the 1970s, from a socio-historical perspective. With changes that have been more significant in 50 years than those that happened during the previous millennium, they ask the question, “How has the birth of individuality and rational thinking shaped new behaviours within Bali’s communal society?”

Jean Couteau dan Eric Buvelot akan membahas Bali, 50 Years of Changes – A Conversation with Jean Couteau, diterjemahkan dari bahasa Prancis oleh Diana Darling, akan melihat kembali Bali sejak 1970-an dari perspektif sosio-historis. Dengan perubahan yang lebih signifikan dalam 50 tahun dibandingkan yang terjadi selama milenium sebelumnya, dan mempertanyakan “Bagaimana kelahiran individualitas dan pemikiran rasional membentuk perilaku baru dalam masyarakat komunal Bali?”

Featuring

Nyoman Darma Putra

Nyoman Darma Putra is the Coordinator of the Doctoral Program in Cultural Studies, Faculty of Humanities, Udayana University. He holds a doctorate degree from the School of Languages and Comparative …


Jean Couteau

Jean Couteau publishes extensively on a variety of genres and topics in French, English, and Indonesian. He writes art books, books, and columns on Balinese culture and is best known …


Wayan Juniarta

Wayan Juniarta’s main occupation was that of a journalist who found comfort in writing essays after his tragically unsuccessful attempt to write poetry. In his debut Bungklang-Bungkling; documents the absurdity …


Diana Darling

Diana Darling is a freelance writer, artist, and editor. She has lived in Bali since 1980 and is an occasional translator from Indonesian or French to English. She is the …


Eric Buvelot

Eric Buvelot has lived in Bali since 1995 as a Senior Reporter. His career began in France at the Libération, where he learned the ropes of journalism and lived for …



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