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  1. Indonesians speaking French

    Around 7000 Indonesians currently live in New Caledonia as a result of a relatively little-known chapter in the history of Indonesia Pam Allen Javanese mask at Tiebaghi village Pam Allen Aged 65 and still working as an engineer in Noumea, the capital...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Pam Allen
    • Category: Articles
  2. Review: Kartini’s complete legacy

    Bringing Kartini’s entire anthology of writings together for the first time reveals the depths of her pioneering influence Pam Allen Reading Joost Cotè’s meticulously edited and finely translated anthology of Kartini’s complete writings, one is struck...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Pam Allen
    • Category: Articles
  3. Reading Pramoedya

    An Australian academic describes the personal impact of Pramoedya’s writing. Pam Allen My memories of being a beginning student in Indonesian are somehow inextricably bound up with poring over some of the stories from Pramoedya’s early collection,...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Pam Allen
    • Category: Edition 88: Oct-Dec 2006
  4. The Suharto Museum

    What gifts did Aussie prime ministers bestow on President Suharto? Pam Allen Near the entrance gates to Taman Mini in Jakarta stands an impressive complex of conical towers that resemble tumpeng, the cone-shaped Javanese ceremonial yellow rice dish....

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Pam Allen
    • Category: Edition 68: Oct-Dec 2001
  5. Ubud writers festival

    New Indonesian writers receive international exposure. Pam Allen After three highly successful annual events, the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival has established its place on the international literary festival circuit. In 2006 novelist Anita Desai,...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Pam Allen
    • Category: Articles
  6. The Suharto Museum

    What gifts did Aussie prime ministers bestow on President Suharto? Pam Allen Near the entrance gates to Taman Mini in Jakarta stands an impressive complex of conical towers that resemble tumpeng, the cone-shaped Javanese ceremonial yellow rice dish....

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Pam Allen
    • Category: Articles
  7. Review: Voices from the unheard

    Leila S. Chudori’s novel Pulang is an important addition to a growing literature examining the events of 1965-66 and its aftermath Pam Allen In a recent Tempo article, Goenawan Mohamad described 1965 as ‘a kind of code … for a catastrophic occurrence –...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Pam Allen
    • Category: Articles
  8. What’s trending?

    Young Indonesians are leading trends in Indonesian writing and publishing Pam Allen It has been observed that while most Indonesians don’t care much for reading, a disproportionate number of Indonesians love to write. At a practical level, this creates...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Pam Allen
    • Category: Edition 121: Jul-Sep 2015
  9. My Inside Indonesia

    Educating Aussies about our big northern neighbour Pam Allen I was recently invited by my local U3A branch to give a 50-minute presentation at their Kaleidoscope series of one-off lectures. When I asked what they would like me to talk about, the reply...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: PAM ALLEN
    • Category: Edition 154: Oct-Dec 2023
  10. Reviews

    Review: This book is a useful contribution to a very small body of scholarly work in English on Indonesian literature. Pam Allen This book deals with an area that has had little scholarly coverage in English, namely the literature that engages with the...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Super User
    • Category: Articles
  11. Indonesian writing in the present: Introduction

    Important Indonesian writing is emerging in unexpected forms Julian Millie There was a time when Inside Indonesia represented Indonesian writing through a clear and focussed lens. Throughout the 1980s and early 1990s, writing was a means for critiquing...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Julian Millie
    • Category: Edition 121: Jul-Sep 2015
  12. Remembering a life well-lived

    Remembering a life well-lived Keith Foulcher In the course of a long and eventful life that came to a peaceful end on the morning of 30 April 2006 in Jakarta, Pramoedya Ananta Toer became Indonesia’s most famous writer, both in his own country and...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Keith Foulcher
    • Category: Edition 88: Oct-Dec 2006
  13. Reviews - Marrying up in Bali

    Review: Tarian bumi is the story of four generations of Balinese women Pamela Allen With this novel (originally serialised in Republika in 1997) Oka Rusmini joins two minority groups in contemporary Indonesian literature - Balinese novelists, and...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Pamela Allen
    • Category: Edition 66: Apr-Jun 2001
  14. 68: Rewriting history

    Oct-Dec 2001 Politics and Human Rights Ethnic fascism in Borneo Old elites in Central Kalimantan discover new and dangerous strategies - Gerry van Klinken Laskar Jihad A spiritual home for the lost, this militant sect is used by dangerous elites for...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Thushara Dibley
    • Category: Articles
  15. Reviews - Marrying up in Bali

    Review: Tarian bumi is the story of four generations of Balinese women Pamela Allen With this novel (originally serialised in Republika in 1997) Oka Rusmini joins two minority groups in contemporary Indonesian literature - Balinese novelists, and...

    • Type: Article
    • Author: Pamela Allen
    • Category: Articles
  16. Celebrating 40 years

    • Type: Article
    • Author: JEMMA PURDEY and GERRY VAN KLINKEN
    • Category: Edition 154: Oct-Dec 2023

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