Atma Jaya

Book Review, Power and Knowledge in Southeast Asia: State and Scholars in Indonesia and The Philippines

This book analyzes comparatively the dynamics of the state-scholar relations during the Marcos and Suharto years in the Philippines and Indonesia as evident in two official history-writing projects: Marcos‘s Tadhana project and Suharto regime‘s Sejarah Nasional Indonesia (SNI). This book argues that the participation of scholars in these projects merely formalizes and renders explicit the transactional encounters happening on daily basis between knowledge of any ideological disposition, type or level of accuracy, on the one hand, and their respective consumers, on the other.

Organizers: Atma Jaya Institute of Public Policy, AIFIS (American Institute for Indonesian Studies) dan CSEASI (Center for Southeast Asian Studies-Indonesia)





Event details:
1. Rommel A. Curaming, Ph.D (Universiti Brunei Darussalam)
2. Discussant: Yosef Djakababa Ph.D (AIFIS Country Representative
3. Moderator: Yoes Chandra Kenawas (IPP Research Fellow, Ph.D Candidate, Northwestern University, U.S.A.)
Location: Yustinus Building 14th fl -1408 Semanggi Campus, Atma Jaya University
Date : Monday, 9 December 2019
Time : 16.00-18.00 WIB

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