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Catatan Pinggir: Yang Kiri, yang tanpa Ajektif

Catatan Pinggir: Yang Kiri, yang tanpa Ajektif


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Indonesien-Tribunal bricht das Schweigen

Indonesien-Tribunal bricht das Schweigen


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Vergessen gemachte Geschichte

Vergessen gemachte Geschichte


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1965: Apa yang menakutkan dari ingatan?

1965: Apa yang menakutkan dari ingatan?


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Laksmi Pamuntjak: Censorship is returning to Indonesia in the name of the 1965 purges

Laksmi Pamuntjak: Censorship is returning to Indonesia in the name of the 1965 purges


In the spotlight, 28 October 2015

by Alex Flor

Laksmi Pamuntjak was one of the star writers at the 67th Frankfurt Book Fair that closed its doors just ten days ago. Indonesia was the “Guest of Honour” at the Fair, and due to the works of Laksmi Pamuntjak, Leila Chudori, Ayu Utami, and some others the mass killings against (alleged) communists in Indonesia from 1965 on became the top issue in coverage of the book fair by the German media.

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Posted on 01:20 AM in "In the Spotlight", History & Overview, Human Rights, Indonesia, Press Freedom, Publications, Society & Religion
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17.000 Inseln der Imagination und zwei Gesichter: Selbstdarstellung in Deutschland, Zensur in Indonesien

17.000 Inseln der Imagination und zwei Gesichter: Selbstdarstellung in Deutschland, Zensur in Indonesien


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Frankfurtský knižní veletrh (2015)

Frankfurtský knižní veletrh (2015)


20 Oktober 2015

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iliteratura.cz, 20. Oktober 2015

http://www.iliteratura.cz/Clanek/35459/frankfurtsky-knizni-veletrh-2015

Jan Lukavec

Frankfurtský knižní veletrh 2015: Indonésie, superhrdinové i uprchlíci

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Frankfurtský knižní veletrh 2015: Indonésie, superhrdinové i uprchlíci
Národ zrozený z představy
Třetí největší světová demokracie. Největší muslimská demokracie. Nastupující velmoc s velkým
ekonomickým potenciálem. I těmito slovy někteří odborníci charakterizují Indonésii. Zemi, kterou
svými verši opěvoval Konstantin Biebl a jejíž exotický prales mohou Češi alespoň nakrátko a v
rozředěné verzi ... read more

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“Das Jahrhundert des interreligiösen Dialogs”

“Das Jahrhundert des interreligiösen Dialogs”


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1965: Das Jahr, das niemals endete

1965: Das Jahr, das niemals endete


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Tribunal a necessity for truth and reconciliation

Tribunal a necessity for truth and reconciliation


The Jakarta Post, 01. Oktober 2015

http://www.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/10/01/tribunal-a-necessity-truth-and-reconciliation.html

By Fynn-Niklas Franke

Prior to the Independence Day celebrations last month, the international European Association for Southeast Asian Studies (EuroSEAS) conference was held in Vienna, Austria, from of Aug. 11 to 14. The conference brought together 500 scholars and PhD students, including 130 participants from Asia, with 26 Indonesians participating also.

The event featured heated debate on relevant research topics related to Southeast Asia. One popular presentation related to the “International People’s Tribunal ... read more

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