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May 11, 2023

The politics of knowledge after reformasi

/ Lau Rey @Flickr Creative Commons

By BENJAMIN HEGARTY & ANNISA R. BETA

May 11, 2023

Politik pengetahuan pascareformasi

/ Flickr CC Lau Rey

By BENJAMIN HEGARTY & ANNISA R. BETA

May 11, 2023

From guided democracy to guided science?

Saiful Mahdi in front of a mural outside the offices of LBH Aceh / Saiful Mahdi

Incapable elites are guiding Indonesia’s scientists off course

By SAIFUL MAHDI

May 11, 2023

Dari demokrasi terpimpin ke sains terpimpin?

Saiful Mahdi di depan mural diluar kantor LBH Aceh / Saiful Mahdi

Demokrasi feodal Indonesia

By SAIFUL MAHDI

May 11, 2023

Knowledge production in the age of neoliberal authoritarianism

Handshake / Unhistoried archive collection. Image is from the archive of a family whose member worked in a Faculty of Law, found in Malang, circa 1970s

Government influence on Indonesian academia sees the needs of the public neglected in favour of the economic and political elite

By BEN K.C. LAKSANA

May 11, 2023

Produksi pengetahuan di era otoritarianisme neoliberal

Jabat tangan / Unhistoried archive collection: Image is from the archive of a family whose member worked in a faculty of law, found in Malang, circa 1970sHandshake / Unhistoried archive collection. Image is from the archive of a family whose member worked in a Faculty of Law, found in Malang, circa 1970s

Pengaruh pemerintah terhadap akademisi Indonesia berakibat terabaikannya kebutuhan publik karena pengutamaan kepentingan elit ekonomi dan politik

By BEN K.C. LAKSANA

May 11, 2023

Foreign research permit reforms

An AI-generated visualisation of ‘the joy of being a foreign researcher in Indonesia’. As the image shows, good relations with Indonesian counterparts are integral to a positive experience/ Nicholas J. Long, made with Midjourney

Changes to the role of Indonesian counterparts risks being counterproductive

By NICHOLAS J. LONG

May 11, 2023

Reformasi izin penelitian asing

An AI-generated visualisation of ‘the joy of being a foreign researcher in Indonesia’. As the image shows, good relations with Indonesian counterparts are integral to a positive experience/Nicholas J. Long, made with Midjourney

Risiko kontraproduktif perubahan peran mitra Indonesia

By NICHOLAS J. LONG

May 11, 2023

Culture as technology

The Yogyakarta Royal Orchestra's conductor/composer, Joko Joko Suprayitno, and musicians in a preparation session / Halida Bunga Fisandra

Students are taught to understand the everyday impact of knowledge and technology in the midst of Indonesia’s infrastructure boom

By ARYO DANUSIRI

May 11, 2023

Budaya sebagai teknologi

The Yogyakarta Royal Orchestra's conductor/composer, Joko Joko Suprayitno, and musicians in a preparation session / Halida Bunga Fisandra

Mahasiswa diajarkan cara untuk memahami dampak keseharian dari pengetahuan dan teknologi di tengah merebaknya infrastruktur di Indonesia

By ARYO DANUSIRI

May 11, 2023

Imagining a safe space

The Queer Indonesia Archive includes personal archives and those of institutions. This image is from Monica's personal archive, donated to the QIA. It depicts Monica with her friends in the salon c1990s/ QIA

The Queer Indonesia Archive (QIA) is working to preserve and safeguard the histories of Indonesia’s queer community

By SIDHI VHISATYA

May 11, 2023

Mengimajinasikan ruang aman

QIA termasuk arsip pribadi dan arsip organisasi juga. Foto ini adalah dari arsip pribadi Monica. Foto menggambarkan Monica dengan teman-teman dia dalam salon c1990s/ QIA

Queer Indonesia Archive (QIA) bekerja untuk melestarikan dan menjaga sejarah komunitas queer Indonesia

By SIDHI VHISATYA

May 11, 2023

Exchanging meanings, connecting energy

Rekoleksi Persaudarian / Efi Sri Handayani

A reflection from research with survivors of Online Gender-based Violence (Kekerasan Berbasis Gender Online/KBGO)

By ENI PUJI UTAMI

May 11, 2023

Bertukar makna, bertaut energi

Rekoleksi Persaudarian / Efi Sri Handayani

Sebuah refleksi dari penelitian bersama sembilan penyintas Kekerasan Berbasis Gender Online (KBGO)

By ENI PUJI UTAMI

May 11, 2023

Transgender communities and research ethics

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In the absence of protocol or regulation the transgender community is setting their own standards for ethical research practice

By ZARA AISYAH FAUZIAH

May 26, 2023

Nusantara: capital gain?

A Hindu blessing ceremony at Titik Nol, September 2022 / Peter Walters

Indigenous residents of the new capital city complain about the ‘land mafia’

By PETER WALTERS, IMAM ARDHIANTO, SONIA ROITMAN & RUSLI CAHYADI

Apr 26, 2023

Photo essay: Minangkabau pig hunting

By BEN GLEESON

Apr 03, 2023

Review: Kartini's letters in translation

Now published in both English and Indonesian translation, the annotated collection will...

By ILSA NELWAN

Mar 22, 2023

‘Tricked by a hoax’

A dozen people were killed in violence in Wamena, West Papua on 23 February 2023

Truth and irrational violence in West Papua

By JENNY MUNRO

Mar 15, 2023

Photo essay: Welcoming Ramadan in Yogyakarta

The Nyadran procession takes place each year at the Kraton in Yogyakarta / Woodward

In the month before the fasting period, Javanese Muslims perform a diversity...

By MARK WOODWARD

Feb 07, 2023

Accountability missing in action

Jokowi's acknowledgement of 12 historical cases of gross human rights violations was met with calls for further action on accountability and truth seeking /@aksikamisan Twitter

Joko Widodo’s acknowledgement of past gross human rights abuses falls short

By SRI LESTARI WAHYUNINGROEM

Jan 31, 2023

Local shari'a or human rights?

The debate about school uniforms is an ongoing struggle between those supporting...

By NANAK HIKMATULLAH

Jan 24, 2023

Review essay: Constructing Indonesian girlhood on film

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Two decades after the cultural shift opened up by Reformasi, hope looks...

By ANNISA R. BETA

Dec 12, 2022

Review: The afterlives of a shipwreck

By CHARLOTTE PAPILLAUD LOORAM

Nov 16, 2022

Acehnese fishermen and Rohingya rescue at sea

The rescue at sea of Rohingya refugees on 24 June 2020 off the North Aceh coast was heralded as a humane gesture at home and internationally / ANTARA FOTO/Rahmad

The criminalisation of people smuggling has created complex moral and legal difficulties...

By BILAL DEWANSYAH

Sep 25, 2022

Review: Bali, 50 years of changes

/ now.bali.co.id

By MARY ZURBUCHEN

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