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Ecofeminist and Freedom Theology from Porong: a Study on Poetries Compilation by Children of Lapindo’s Victims Andalas, Mutiara
Jurnal Perempuan Vol 19, No 1 (2014): Women Bodies in Ecology
Publisher : Yayasan Jurnal Perempuan

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This paper investigates poetries written by children victims of Lapindo narrating their suffering in speaking against the corporation and government’s indifferent. Those poetries exemplify and amplify the meaning of sisterhood among human being, ecology and its surrounding ecosystem in the tragic way. The children expose greediness as part of contemporary sin in connection to economic dimension. The aggression against women is similar with the aggression against the nature. This paper concludes that intellectus fidei will transform the practice of intellectus liberationem.
Ecofeminist and Freedom Theology from Porong: a Study on Poetries Compilation by Children of Lapindo’s Victims Andalas, Mutiara
Jurnal Perempuan Vol 19, No 1 (2014): Women Bodies in Ecology
Publisher : Yayasan Jurnal Perempuan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.34309/jp.v19i1.83

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This paper investigates poetries written by children victims of Lapindo narrating their suffering in speaking against the corporation and government’s indifferent. Those poetries exemplify and amplify the meaning of sisterhood among human being, ecology and its surrounding ecosystem in the tragic way. The children expose greediness as part of contemporary sin in connection to economic dimension. The aggression against women is similar with the aggression against the nature. This paper concludes that intellectus fidei will transform the practice of intellectus liberationem.
Aksi Kamisan: Lamenting Women, State Violence and Human Security Andalas, Mutiara
Jurnal Ilmiah Hubungan Internasional Vol 13, No 1 (2017): Jurnal Ilmiah Hubungan Internasional
Publisher : Parahyangan Center for International Studies

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This paper investigates the relationship of Aksi Kamisan and human security. It narrates the phenomenon of women participating in Aksi Kamisan who lament silently before the Presidential office. It explores the essential contribution of these women parading in front of the government offices in promoting human security. Women participants of Aksi Kamisan choose lamentation as a persuasive language to deliver messages on the importance of human security. Analyzing their letters sent to the present President and listening to their oral testimonies, I systematize their previously implicit understanding of human security. In the process I expose the underlying theology of the so-called ‘god of security’ by regimes after the reformation era. Finally I reflect on the theme from the historical-feminist-theological perspectives finding deeper meaning in the pursuit of truth and healing in the face of human suffering.