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Other Asians, Asia’s Othering; Inclusionary Utopias, Exclusionary Politics

Other Asians, Asia’s Othering; Inclusionary Utopias, Exclusionary Politics

On 30 and 31 October 2017, The Monash Asia Institute hosted its conference on ‘Other Asians, Asia’s Othering; Inclusionary Utopias, Exclusionary Politics'.  The conference focused on two distinct but related issues:

LLCL only 7 November, 2017
Nic Davidson & Sarah Holloway, Founders of Matcha Maiden

The global opportunities with Arts at Monash

Arts/Law (2012) graduate Sarah Holloway co-founded Matcha Maiden, a global e-commerce organic matcha powder supplier, and about a year ago started the physical venue  LLCL only 12 April, 2017

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Interpreting student Courtney Reid takes her work to Frankfurt Book Fair

Courtney Reid, a student in the Master of Interpreting and Translation Studies, has had the rare opportunity of translating a book during the course of her post-graduate studies, and to see her published translation featured at the

LLCL only 14 January, 2016
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Herb Feith Memorial Lecture: Professor Adrian Vickers on Indonesian Art History

Professor Adrian Vickers (University of Sydney) will deliver the 2015 Herb Feith Memorial Lecture at Monash University on ‘The Problem with Indonesian Art History'.

LLCL only 25 June, 2015
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Cultural specificity in Indonesian film

David Hanan writes of his work on Indonesian film

LLCL only 28 March, 2014
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Announcing: Herb Feith Digitisation Grant for Inside Indonesia

The Herb Feith Foundation is pleased to announce a grant to the Indonesian Resources and Information Program (IRIP), publishers of Inside Indonesia, to begin an extensive digitisation of the print editions of the magazine, 1983-2007.

LLCL only 4 March, 2014
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Herb Feith Memorial Lecture: ‘Democracy in Indonesia Revisited’, Professor Edward Aspinall, 1 October 2013

The year 2013 marks two anniversaries for Australian observers of Indonesia. It is 15 years since the downfall of President Suharto ushered in a transition toward a new period of democratic government in Indonesia.

LLCL only 28 August, 2013
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Shedding light on a dark history

One of Indonesia’s most violent periods will be explored at a conference co-hosted by Monash next Friday.

LLCL only 20 August, 2013
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Herb Feith Foundation Seminar 3, 2013: Professor Paul Ramadge ‘Genuine education partnerships in Indonesia: Getting beyond jam karet’

Professor Ramadge was a part of an historic delegation of senior members of Monash University to Indonesia in February 2013. He is overseeing Monash University’s strategy to engage Indonesia and to have physical presence in that country.

LLCL only 9 August, 2013