Saras Dewi


Country: Indonesia

Saras Dewi Putri is a Balinese poet, activist, and academic. She is a lecturer at the University of Indonesia in the fields of Ecofeminism, Ecological Philosophy, Eastern Philosophy, Literary Philosophy, and Phenomenology. As an environmental activist, she is involved in advocacy and the Benoa Bay conservation movement.

Saras Dewi adalah seorang penyair asal Bali, aktivis dan civitas akademika. Ia menjadi pengajar di Universitas Indonesia, dengan topik; Ecofeminism, Filsafat Ekologi, Filsafat Timur, Filsafat Literasi dan Fenomenologi. Sebagai aktivis lingkungan, ia terlibat dalam advokasi konservasi Teluk Benoa.

Appearing in

Main Program | Eco Feminism: Earthly Connections

Saras Dewi, Doctor of Philosophy and author of Ecophenomenology, and Esther Vincent Xueming, author of Red Earth, an ecofeminist poetry collection, discuss the connections between feminism, healing, and ecology and …


Main Program | Where is Indonesian Art Going

Indonesian art is as diverse and dynamic as the extraordinary cultures that flourish across the archipelago, with many artists fusing traditional with new techniques. Join our photo journey in tracing …


Main Program | Alternative History of Indonesia

Can re-telling narratives change our understanding of contemporary Indonesian history? Peter Carey, Eko Darmoko, and Max Lane discuss why the analysis of the longest period of Indonesian history, the New …