Youth languages, sometimes labelled as Urban Youth Languages or Contemporary Urban Vernaculars, are global phenomena. Focusing on the thematic orientation “Youth Language: Multilingualism in a Global Context”
Het Kabinet van de Gevolmachtigde Minister van Curaçao organiseert in samenwerking met Stichting Ocan en Vereniging Antilliaans Netwerk (VAN) een herdenkingsbijeenkomst in het kader van ’50 jaar na 30 mei 1969’.
This book launch at the University of Amsterdam will discuss a new book on Indonesia’s democracy as well as reflect on the outcome of Indonesia’s national elections held on 17 April. Written on the basis
Matthias de Vrieshof 2, room 002, Leiden University
In the post-World War II era, one country after another across Asia had overthrown its colonial overseers and realigned itself toward self-determination and horizontal, international alliances. The Non-Aligned Movement—its language of “friendly countries” and the formation of a “third way”—made possible cultural practices and exchanges that were more complicated than the binaries of abstract versus representational art, or West versus East.