2021

25 Aug

Illegal Fishing and Associated Crimes as Contemporary Challenges to Indonesia’s Maritime Security. Tuesday, 12 October 2021, 6.30 PM

Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia in London,30 Great Peter Street, London SW1P 2BU Dr. Ioannis Chapsos, Assistant Professor and the Research Lead in Maritime Security at Coventry University’s Centre for Trust, Peace and Social Relations (CTPSR), will give a talk about challenges to Indonesia’s maritime security. Maritime security increasingly draws international attention due to […]
25 Aug

Indonesia Social Science Seminar Series (IS4)

The University of Sydney, Australia, is organising virtual seminar series which brings together social science experts from across the globe to discuss pressing issues facing Indonesia. The upcoming event of the IS4 will be held on Thursday, 30 September 2021 at 8AM BST with the title “Is there Indonesian history before 1945? Unconnected histories, and […]
25 Aug

Indonesian Language Classes

Language Centre, SOAS University of London is offering the following Indonesian language classes: 1. Indonesian intermediate 1 (£299)Mondays (11th October – 13th December, 19:00-20:30) 2. Indonesian beginners 1 (£299)Tuesdays (12th October – 14th December, 19:00-20:30) For further information and to register yourself, contact Dorothy Ferary (dp41@soas.ac.uk).
24 Aug

Vacancy: Indonesian Language Teacher

The International School of London is currently looking for apart-timeprimary Bahasa Indonesia teacher (0.12 FTE). The schoolwas originally founded in 1972 and was amongst the first schools in the country to offer the International Baccalaureate programme.   The ideal candidate will have:    * A relevant degree and teaching qualification * Previous experience teaching Bahasa Indonesia Language […]
24 Aug

Deciphering. 7 September – 2 October 2021. New Diorama Theatre

The New Diorama Theatre has programmed a production this autumn in collaboration with Indonesian artist collective Bombo. ‘Deciphering‘ is a world premiere from the innovative, science-led theatre company curious directive, created in collaboration with Indonesian artist collective Bombo, who were granted first access to a cave network in Sulawesi containing the oldest graphic communication ever […]
29 Jun

On Ki Hadjar Dewantara’s Philosophy of Education

A-IS Council member, Dorothy Ferary, has just published her new article “On Ki Hadjar Dewantara’s Philosophy of Education” in the Nordic Journal of Comparative and International Education. In her article, she compares Dewantara’s educational views with those of Rabindranath Tagore, Maria Montessori, and Friedrich Fröbel. It also compares Dewantara’s schools with the colonial schools, as well as […]
29 Jun

Women’s Leadership in Higher Education in Indonesia

A-IS Council member, Dorothy Ferary, contibuted a short brief entitled ‘Women’s Leadership in a Diverse Higher Education Landscape: The Case of Indonesia’ for the International Briefs for Higher Education Leaders. The brief was published by the American Council on Education (ACE) and the Center for International Higher Education of Boston College. In her brief, she describes the challanges and the potential […]