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Podcasts 03 Jun 17 0
A conversation between Fiky Daulay (KUNCI) and Bortusk, a street artist based in Amsterdam. Bortusk talks about his spatial experience in Amsterdam. The discussion went further revolving around the ease of mobility in the city, the gentrification of surroundings of Tropenmuseum, his artworks and multicultural residential area. This audio file was edited by Fiky Daulay. Download the audio file via this link.
Podcasts 02 Jun 17 0
A conversation between KUNCI (Brigitta Isabella, Fiky Daulay and Nuraini Juliastuti) and Klaas Stutje. Stutje is a researcher for International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam. Klaas Stutje takes part in the larger research program called ‘Four Centuries of Labor Camps: War, Rehabilitation, Ethnicity’, which is financed by the Dutch Organization for Scientific Research and carried out by IISH and the NIOD Institute for War, Holocaust and Genocide Studies. The conversation about his research departs by complicating Netherlands as a site that encouraged modern education for paternalistic independence formation from Dutch perspective. His research rather discussed the role of Indonesian students organisation ‘Perhimpunan Indonesia’ as a network of people that allowed them to get connected in wider and diverse social movements in European cities. This network later shaped the idea of nationalist movement in Indonesia. Download the audio file via this link. This audio was edited by Fiky Daulay.
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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