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Women’s Resistance: Talk in Amsterdam & article in the Jakarta Post

The Jakarta Post published an article based on the talk on Women’s Resistance through Arts and the Media in Indonesia at Perdu, Amsterdam, February 9, 2017. The Jakarta Post, March 8, 2017 Feminism in Indonesia under siege by Muslim Conservatives Author and activist Intan Paramaditha’s striking appearance — a bright red dress matching her lipstick

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Event: Women’s Resistance Through Arts and the Media in Indonesia (Perdu & Read My World, Amsterdam)

February 9, 20:00 Perdu (http://perdu.nl) Kloveniersburgwal 86 1012 CZ Amsterdam Praktisch: Free entrance Doors open: 19:30 Met Intan Paramaditha Women’s Resistance Through Arts and the Media in Indonesia   The discourse of sexuality is inseparable from the tension and polarization that characterize politics and culture in Indonesia. Last year, after a series of anti-LGBT statements

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Wawancara dengan Ruang Gramedia

Sebongkah Pemikiran Intan Paramaditha Syarafina Vidyadhana 05 Oktober 2016 G: Anda menulis skripsi mengenai pengalaman sublim tokoh Prometheus dan ideologi gender dalam Frankenstein (Mary Shelley). Selain itu, Anda juga menyukai karya-karya Margaret Atwood. Bagaimana kedua penulis ini mempengaruhi visi Anda sebagai seorang penulis dan feminis? IP: Saya belajar dari Mary Shelley dan Margaret Atwood, sebagaimana juga kemudian

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Interview: “I am a Slave to Narrative”

The Indonesian fiction writer Intan Paramaditha on the political potential of horror and writing as a feminist practice December 10, 2015 Intan Paramaditha published her first short story collection, Sihir Perempuan (Black Magic Woman), at the age of 25. That same year, she left Indonesia to go to graduate school in the United States, where she has

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A Feminist Trajectory of Literary Influences

Inside Indonesia, April 24, 2016 *An earlier version of this essay was presented at the ‘70 Years of Textual Production in Indonesia’ conference at Goethe University (12–13 October 2015) in conjunction with the Frankfurt Book Fair, where Indonesia was guest of honour in 2015.     I started to think about literary influences more frequently after

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