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Review: Surabaya-style football fandom

Review: Surabaya-style football fandom

Junaedi gives a rare insight into Indonesia's football culture

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Dancing against violence

Dancing against violence

Not even Mount Kelud erupting could stop Yogyakarta's activists from standing up against violence to women as part of One Billion Rising

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Connecting with tradition

Connecting with tradition

A nearly extinct rural Sundanese art form is being revived in an urban setting

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Impossible ideal?

Impossible ideal?

Cosmopolitanism is a dirty word in rural West Java, where creativity and new words are needed to reopen dialogue.

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Café culture

Café culture

The changing socio-economic status of Yogyakarta’s students threatens the survival of one of the city’s icons

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Review: A tale of survival and resilience in modern Surabaya

Review: A tale of survival and resilience in modern Surabaya

Robbie Peters' new book brings the poor urban kampungs of Surabaya to life

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Making food politics personal

Making food politics personal

Young people in Yogyakarta turn unused urban space into edible gardens

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Married with children

Married with children

The second round of direct elections for governors and district heads shows that democratisation is allowing powerful families to entrench themselves in local politics

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Haunted house, haunted history

Haunted house, haunted history

Visitors to Semarang’s Lawang Sewu find competing narratives of history, memory and popular culture

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Legislating against the supernatural

Legislating against the supernatural

Indonesia’s parliament is cracking down on sorcery

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Art and the city

Art and the city

Indonesian artists are using new media to rethink urban space

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Herstory in art

Herstory in art

Titarubi’s art challenges masculinity in Indonesian visual arts and beyond

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West Java’s mini-fictions

West Java’s mini-fictions

Technology is opening up new possibilities for Sundanese literature

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Dealing with social exclusion

Dealing with social exclusion

Illegal squatters in Jakarta struggle for recognition of their homes and livelihoods

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We are the blessed ones

We are the blessed ones

Activists work to change men’s interpretations of Islam that justify their superiority at home

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The winds of change

The winds of change

Men in Pekanbaru and Makassar are slowly changing their minds about domestic violence

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Art for the people

Art for the people

Taring Padi takes stock of a more than a decade fighting the political establishment – with art as its weapon

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The shadow of the Ayatollah

The shadow of the Ayatollah

Indonesia’s Shi’i community is struggling to find the right balance between local traditions and its fascination with Iran

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Love the mall, love the earth

Love the mall, love the earth

Eco-friendly malls make environmentalism sleek and chic, but they might do more harm than good

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Aquaculture in adversity

Aquaculture in adversity

The true costs of prawn farming are starting to show in Java

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