Workshop at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology from 7 to 8 September 2017: Conceptualizing the Bureaucratization of Islam and its Socio-Legal Dimensions in Southeast Asia: Anthropological and Transdisciplinary Perspectives The first workshop of the Emmy Noether Research Group will explore the bureaucratization of Islam by bringing together a group of international scholars from
Intan Paramaditha Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 173 (2017) 357–375 This essay aims to discuss the state of the art of the study of Indonesian cinema with a special focus on what is being written in Indonesia. Although the number of academic publications on the subject within and outside the country has
Intan Paramaditha, Asymptote, translated by Stephen J. Epstein A piece excerpted from the novel Gentayangan: Pilih Sendiri Petualangan Sepatu Merahmu (The Wandering: Choose Your Own Red Shoes Adventure) This isn’t your usual ghost story, you know. It’s a completely ordinary tale, nothing special. My grandmother expired, as most grandmothers do, four days after I turned twenty-nine.
oleh Intan Paramaditha 10 Mei 2017 Tulisan ini, diterjemahkan dari Bahasa Inggris oleh Intan Paramaditha dan Norman Erikson Pasaribu, pertama kali muncul dengan judul “A Feminist Trajectory of Literary Influences” di Inside Indonesia, 24 April, 2016. Saya mulai banyak berpikir soal pengaruh sastra setelah menjawab pertanyaan seputar buku dalam rubrik ‘Bookworm’ The Jakarta
April 27, 2017 A conversation with Dr. Jemma Purdey (Monash University), the host of Talking Indonesia Podcast. What is the present state of the women’s movement in Indonesia? Why have sexuality and the female body continued to be sites for contestation and national anxiety? How have women and other marginalised groups like the lesbian, gay,