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

02 Nov 2022 10:00 - 12:00
FIB Universitas Sebelas Maret. Jl. Ir. Sutami No.36, Kentingan, Kota Surakarta (Google Maps)

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 of those who have joined extremist movements, she attempts to untangle the motivations behind their tragic acts. In her writings, Carla looks at the influences and circumstances that lead to the alignment of these groups, while considering what reformative approaches are used to return them to an inclusive society.

Supported by the Embassy of the United States, Jakarta

Carla Power penulis dari finalis dua Pulitzer Prize dalam General Nonfiction, membahas dalam buku terbarunya, Home, Land, Security tentang bidang deradikalisasi yang sedang berkembang. Dengan menyelidiki kisah orang-orang yang bergabung dengan gerakan ekstremis, ia mencoba mengurai adanya motivasi di balik tindakan tragis mereka. Dalam tulisannya Carla melihat pengaruh dan keadaan yang menyebabkan keberpihakan terhadap kelompok tersebut, sembari menimbang pendekatan reformatif apa yang digunakan untuk mengembalikan mereka ke lingkungan masyarakat yang inklusif.

Didukung oleh Kedutaan Besar Amerika Serikat, Jakarta


Carla Power

Carla Power is the author of two Pulitzer Prize Finalists in General Nonfiction: Home, Land, Security, and If The Oceans Were Ink, which was also a finalist for the National …

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