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Main Program | The Many Faces of Gender in Literature

15 Oct 2021 12:30 - 13:30
/ IDR 299,000 (All Main Program Access)
Online via townscript.com | Live in Indus Restaurant . Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)

The freedom of gender expression and fluidity continues to face challenges throughout times. Art and literature is widely considered as moderate fluid spaces that create spaces for openness to the issue of gender flexibility. Two authors, Stebby Julionatan and Hendri Yulius will dissect the journey of Indonesian literature that accommodates the expressions of marginalized writers.

This session is presented in Bahasa Indonesia

Kebebasan berekspresi dan fluiditas gender terus menghadapi tantangan sepanjang waktu. Seni dan sastra secara luas dianggap sebagai ruang cair moderat yang menciptakan ruang keterbukaan terhadap isu fleksibilitas gender. Dua pengarang, Stebby Julionatan dan Hendri Yulius akan membedah perjalanan sastra Indonesia yang mewadahi ekspresi sastrawan marginal.

Sesi ini dipersembahkan dalam Bahasa Indonesia

Featuring

Debra Yatim

Debra Yatim is an activist, journalist, columnist, filmmaker, and founder of multiple organizations, including Yayasan Kalyanamitra, one of the oldest women NGOs in Indonesia. She has published multiple poetry collections …


Stebby Julionatan

Stebby Julionatan is active as a radio broadcaster and editor at the Suara Kota tabloid. He served as the youngest member of the Probolinggo City Board of Education. He formed …


Hendri Yulius Wijaya

Indonesian writer Hendri Yulius Wijaya currently works on sustainability issues for the private sector, government, and educational establishments. From 2019-2020, he published various writings on sexuality, including Intimate Assemblages: The …



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