Monash Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre

Monash Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre

A dynamic and contemporary centre for Monash researchers engaging with Indonesia, aiming to provide a platform for developing strong relationships and collaborations for mutual benefit.

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MISS 4: Media, Environment and Stories about Everyday Life

“Narrative is such a vital part of the process by which humans make sense of crises in public life, or feel inspired to work towards solutions. So, we need inspiring and inclusive narratives, and also to be more critical of narratives that push divisive messages.”

24 February 2020

Herb Feith Dialogue Launched

Herb Feith Dialogue Launched

The Centre proudly launched a new initiative the Herb Feith Dialogue series, featuring award winning author-singer-songwriter Dewi (Dee) Lestari in the evening of 13 June 2019.

24 February 2020

MISS 5: Australia-Indonesia sharing stories on film

For the first time Dr. Jemma Purdey, the founding Director of ReelOzInd!, presented a public reflection on this innovative project which aims “building familiarity and mutual understanding between Australia and Indonesia”.

24 February 2020

Herb Feith Dialogue - Faith and Politics in Indonesia

In late August the Centre had the privilege of hosting Professor Arskal Salim (the Director of Higher Islamic Education in the Indonesian Ministry of Religious Affairs) as our Visiting Professorial Fellow.

23 February 2020
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MISS 9: Histories of Indonesian lives and livelihoods around volcanoes

In our last seminar of 2019, Dr. Susie Protschky enlightened audience in a near full room (14/11/2019) with her work in progress and fascinating images, based on an archival research into Indonesian histories of living with natural disaster, particularly the regular earthquakes and volcanic eruptions that are the consequence of Indonesia’s location on the Pacific ‘Ring of Fire’.

23 February 2020
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