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Scholars, Pilgrims and Hippies

Podcasts 31 May 17 0

A conversation between KUNCI (Brigitta Isabella, Fiky Daulay, Nuraini Juliastuti, Syafiatudina) and Marieke Bloombergen, she is the book review editor of BKI, member of the editorial board of the Low Countries Historical Review/BMGN and chair of the Scientific Committee of IIAS. The conversation was started with her research about Dutch colonial spectacle in world exhibition 1880-1931. Mobility approach brought us to a fascinating intersection of productive ‘archive reading’ in surpassing state-formed archives. Her latest research on Greater India looks at the role knowledge production through the networks of scholars, pilgrims, and hippies in the 1880s-1970s. Editor: Fiky Daulay

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The Colonial Images of the Tropics

Podcasts 28 May 17 0

Susie Protschky’s book, Images of the Tropics, tells us about colonial images of the tropics. They narrate different narratives of how the Dutch envisioned the tropics, justified their territorial claims, and made sense of their place within imperial Europe and the colonial Indonesia. In the conversation, Susie talked about the recurring themes and omissions in colonial visual culture, forms of representations (object of fixation and fantasies, visibility and invisibility) that appropriated to claim for territorial and political sovereignty. In this audio, Susie Protschky are being interviewed by Nuraini Juliastuti, member of KUNCI. Editor: Syafiatudina

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Europeanness in Dutch East Indies

Podcasts 28 May 17 0

We invited Bart Luttikhuis, a KITLV researcher, for our live radio series during research residency at Tropenmuseum for heterotropics. The interview discussed his research topics that revolves around Europeanness, modernity and education during the Indonesian late colonial East Indies. This interview was conducted by Brigitta Isabella, Fiky Daulay and Nuraini Juliastuti. Editor: Fiky Daulay

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Ruins, Appropriation and the Archive

Podcasts 26 May 17 0

The talk was aired live inside the Tropenmuseum with Rene Boer, an urban researcher and writer based in Amsterdam. We discussed about his research collective called “failed architecture”. The discussion went further to the notion of “ruin” as a critical entry point in questioning architecture in its relation to power structure. The discussion was followed by unveiling the notion of appropriation through squatting practice either in Amsterdam context and its critical dimension at looking archives in museal context. Concept of appropriation led us to the unavoidable dimension of spatiality of the colonial archive and the question of contemporariness of heritage. The talk was conducted by Fiky Daulay and Nuraini Juliastuti. Editor: Fiky Daulay

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Uleebalang, Train and Java java

Podcasts 26 May 17 0

Raisa Kamila shared her master research project at Universiteit Leiden about the role of Acehnese local collaborators in relation to train as colonial infrastructure. It focuses on the shift of uleebalang’s involvement which has been often seen as betrayal through colonial “legacy” history writing into local collaborators that encouraged local resistance. Her research implies the negation of “victim” as often voiced through NGOs discourse impinged upon Aceh locality in contemporary Indonesia. The interview was conducted by Fiky Daulay as part of Kunci’s research residency with Heterotropics#2 at Tropenmuseum. Editor: Fiky Daulay

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Live Tour at Dapperbuurt

Podcasts 23 May 17 0

“Live tour at Dapperbuurt” was created as part of Kunci’s research residency project at Tropen museum at Heterotropics#2. The tour contained a discussion and a walk with a Dutch architecture historian Marieke Van Rooy. The discussion was started with her Phd research with 3 case studies area in Netherland: Biljmermeer, Dapperbuurt, and Almere. She has been researching about the shift of development in the areas since 60’s-70’s. The interconnection among the areas lays on the separation of the immigrants and the city in Biljmejmeer as it was also reflected by the constant changing of the Dapperbuurt development. The discussion was followed by her dilution trilogy project about psychiatric institutions which are related to the Netherlands. It was later followed by visiting Dapperbuurt where few examples pragmatic development of the housing were. It led us to how Marieke used the archive from initiator of the collaboration of inhabitants of Dapperbuurt with architects they chose during the 60’s. The interview was conducted by Fiky Daulay. Editor: Fiky Daulay

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Education in East Indies in broken Dutch

Podcasts 12 May 17 0

The recording was created by Fiky Daulay as part of Kunci research residency at Tropenmuseum under the project of Heterotropics #2. This audio recording was taken in May 7th 2017 in Netherlands East Indies exhibition area, 2nd floor of Tropenmuseum Amsterdam, The Netherlands and in April 27th 2017 in klithikan Niten flea market, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

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Sulastri in Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam

Podcasts 10 May 17 0

The recording was created by Fiky Daulay as part of Kunci research residency at Tropenmuseum under the project of Heterotropics #2. It contains an excerpt from chapter 9 of “Manusia Bebas” written by Suwarsih Djojopuspito and traffic soundscape in Southern Jakarta.

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Southern Wave

Podcasts 28 Apr 17 0

Southern Wave Workshop at Dutch Art Institute organised by Casco. Facilitated by Ferdiansyah Thajib.

Public Lecture Asian Studying Asia, 2002

Podcasts 17 Apr 17 0

Rekaman audio untuk kuliah umum “Asian Studying Asia” yang diselenggarakan pada 14-15 Mei 2002. Pembicara dalam kuliah umum ini adalah Melanie Budianta, Kuan-Hsing Chen, Nuraini Juliastuti dan Antariksa. Moderator diskusi ini adalah Amalinda Savirani.

Unduh: bagian 1, bagian 2, bagian 3, bagian 4.