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Main Program | The Nuances of Cultural Appropriation

30 Oct 2022 09:00 - 10:00
/ 4-Day or 1-Day Main Program Pass
Alang-Alang. Festival Hub @Taman Baca (Google Maps)

Where do inspiration and appreciation end and appropriation begin? What distinguishes cultural exchange from cultural appropriation? Will fear of cultural appropriation inhibits the work of fiction writers? Our panelists delve into this much-discussed issue.

Di mana inspirasi dan apresiasi berakhir, dan apropriasi dimulai? Apa yang membedakan pertukaran budaya dari apropriasi budaya? Akankan ketakutan perampasan budaya menghambat karya penulis fiksi? Para panelis menyelidiki masalah yang sedang banyak dibicarakan ini.


John H. McGlynn

John H. McGlynn, publisher and translator of Indonesian literature, has translated several dozen publications under his own name and, through the Lontar Foundation, which he co-founded in 1987, has ushered …

Karina Robles Bahrin

Karina Robles Bahrin is the winner of South-East Asia’s richest literary prize for unpublished manuscripts, the Epigram Books Fiction Prize (EBFP) in 2022. Her debut novel, The Accidental Malay, was published …

Faye Olayo

Faye Olayo is a community worker, writer, and storyteller, and is a member of the writers’ collectives Ubbog Cordilerra Writers and The Baguio Writers Group. Faye is also the Co-creator …

Awi Chin

Awi Chin is a writer, poet, model, and digital strategist. His debut novel, Yang Tak Kunjung Usai, was published by the Comma Books and Penerbit KPG in 2020. His second …

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