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Seminar | “Where are the women?”: A missing narrative in Javanese Islamic architectural history | Tutin Aryanti

KITLV, room 1.68 & via Zoom

Islamic architectural history mostly focuses on mosques with grand architecture built by princely patrons or designed by well-known, typically male architects. The exceptional history of women’s mosques in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, provides an important yet missing narrative of Muslim women’s participation in Islamic public space.

Workshop | Social media in Indonesia: Trends and challenges

Social media has acquired an exceptional role in Indonesia’s social, economic, religious, and political life. The country has one of the world’s highest number of Facebook subscribers, while Jakarta has previously been dubbed the ‘Twitter capital’ and is arguably the current Instagram capital of the world.

Keti Koti dialoogtafel

KNAW Trippenhuis

De Keti Koti dialoogtafel is een nieuwe traditie die speciaal ontwikkeld is om onze gedeelde koloniale en slavernijverleden en de gevolgen daarvan bespreekbaar te maken. Inmiddels hebben meer dan 150 organisaties en 30.000 mensen in binnen- en buitenland hieraan deelgenomen.

Boekpresentatie | Koloniaal Haarlem

Bibliotheek Haarlem

Gemeente Haarlem nodigt u uit voor de boekpresentatie van Koloniaal Haarlem. Het boek Koloniaal Haarlem is geschreven door Rosemarijn Hoefte, Henk Schulte Nordholt, Dineke Stam en Mariette van Wenum.

Seminar | Putting multidimensional poverty indicators into the government’s radar: Leaving no one behind in 2045 Indonesia’s vision | Putu Natih

KITLV, room 1.68 & via Zoom

A few weeks ago, LPEM-FEBUI, an Indonesian leading economic research institute under the Department of Economics, University of Indonesia, launched a white paper – a compilation of 14 papers written by the younger generation of Indonesian economists –, a sobering and critical evaluation on the challenges and prospects of Indonesia in meeting its goal of reaching high-income country status by 2045 (Indonesia Emas 2045).