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Wacana: Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia
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Wacana, Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia is a scholarly journal accredited by Decree of the Directorate General of Research Reinforcement and Development, Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of the Republic of Indonesia No. 60/E/KPT/2016, 13 November 2016. This journal of the Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia, is a medium for scholarly discussion, description, and surveys concerning literature, linguistics, archaeology, history, philosophy, library and information studies, religion, art, and interdisciplinary studies. The journal is published twice a year.
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Keterpenjaraan perempuan dalam ruang kota di dalam Lost in translation (2003) dan The good girl (2002) Saraswati, Asri
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The urban space offers more challenges to the female self. Two motion pictures,Lost in translation (2003) and The good girl (2002), depict the issue of gender andspace by conveying the city as prison for the female characters. This articleanalyses the urban space and argues that in the two movies, the female charactersstruggle and eventually create meaning in the urban room. Applying feminismand urban geography in analysing the position of female characters within thecity, the paper finds that the two films offer their perception on, and solutions to,the imprisonment of women by the urban environment which is stereotypicallymasculine.
Warisan dunia Situs Sangiran Persepsi menurut penduduk Sangiran Sulistyanto, Bambang
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Cultural heritages are things from the past, which are valued by communitiesin recent time as part of their nation’s culture. In reality, among the communitymembers there are problems that arise as a result of diverse perceptions, dueto the fact that each perception is based on own interests as is the case withthe Site of Sangiran. On the one hand, the Government, as part of the presentcommunity, has an idealistic orientation towards the Site of Sangiran as a culturalheritage which unquestionably needs to be protected for the purpose of scientificknowledge and national identity. The local people around Sangiran Site, onthe other hand, consider it as their ancestors’ area which possesses valuablecontents and advantages to improve their economic condition. This conflictand the consequences (fossil protection on the one hand and fossil trade on theother) have so far not been resolved. Meanwhile, the destruction of the Site ofSangiran as the World Cultural Heritage No. 593 is still continuing.
Sarah Weiss, Listening to an earlier Java; Aesthetics, gender, and the music of wayang in Central Java. Leiden: KITLV Press, 2006, viii + 187 hlm., music cd. (Verhandelingen 237). ISBN 90-6718-273-7. Harga: EUR 35,00 (soft cover). Sedyawati, Edi
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An identity of opposition against urban cosmopolitan setting in Yasmina Khadra’s The attack (2006) Mamoto, Retno Sukardan
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Yasmina Khadra, a female name, pseudonym of Muhammed Moulessehoul,an Algerian military officer for 25 years is now a French citizen. John Cullentranslates The attack (2006) from French. Rosenau’s post-modernist perspectiveplaces the Israel-Palestine conflict in a context of social gap. Israel, a First World,whereas Palestine Third World, are both in the Middle East region. Amin Jaafariand his wife, Sihem, a couple of Arab naturalized citizens of Israel, live in urbancosmopolitan city of Tel Aviv. Opposing Amin’s success as a surgeon, Sihemis more attracted to fight for the Palestinian liberation for a homeland. Sihemcamouflaged herself with prosthetic pregnancy, blew bombs in a Tel Avivcafé, and died. McLeod’s postcolonial point of view places Sihem as a hero.Woodward’s concept of identity addresses the Jaafaris’ troubled identity. Thus,opposition against urban cosmopolitan setting is the central theme as a notionof identity of that of the protagonists responding to their set situation.
McGlynn, John H. et al. (red.), Indonesia in the Soeharto years; Issues, incidents and images. Jakarta: Lontar Foundation, 2007, xxiii + 483 hlm. ISBN 979-808357-1. Price: EUR 49,90 (hard cover). Zuhdi, Susanto
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Urban dynamics An impression of Surabaya's sociolinguistic setting Hoogervorst, Tom Gunnar
Wacana Vol 11, No 1 (2009): Lingkungan Sosial Urban
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This paper examines the sociolinguistic situation in the city of Surabaya, bypresenting an impression of various phenomena unique to Indonesia’s secondlargest city. A surprisingly little amount of linguistic research has heretofore beencarried out on this subject, whereas it transpires from this study that enoughintriguing and unique things can be found in this Southeast Asian metropolis,both among its Javanese majority as well as its Madurese and Chinese inhabitants.Due to the lack of earlier relevant publications, this research is largely based onthe results of several fieldwork trips, which included the pleasant activities ofwatching television, interviewing people and making excursions in and aroundSurabaya to experience how languages are used in daily life. Additionally,concepts such as “language mixing”, “slang” and “attitudes towards language”are involved and considered very significant in disentangling the role andfunction of language in an urban setting.
Cummings, William (editor and translator), A chain of kings; The Makassarese chronicles of Gowa and Talloq. Leiden: KITLV Press, 2007, ix + 123 pp. (Bibliotheca Indonesica 33). ISBN 978-90-6718-287-4. Price: EUR 24.90 (soft cover). Koolhof, Sirtjo
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Osing Kids and the banners of Blambangan Ethnolinguistic identity and the regional past as ambient themes in an East Javanese town Arps, Bernard
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On the basis of the theoretical notions of discursive ambience and ambientdiscourse, this article examines the recent history of language and ethnicity inBanyuwangi in the far east of Java. Over the last three decades (with roots goingback to the 1920s and earlier) a redefinition of the language and culture of the“autochthonous” inhabitants of Banyuwangi has been occurring. Their status andconstitution have been changing from a variety of Javanese into an autonomouslanguage and ethnicity, called, after the name given to the language or dialect,Osing. At the same time, an idyllic and heroic picture of the regional past isbeing constructed and maintained. Prominent among the factors and agenciesinvolved in these two ongoing processes is popular media culture. The regencyof Banyuwangi and especially its capital (also named Banyuwangi) are beingcast – albeit sporadically and incidentally and sometimes controversially – asan Osing region. At the centre of this historical process, people publicly renderthemselves – also sporadically and temporarily – Banyuwanginese by listeningto and especially by singing, in karaoke-style, a genre of pop music with Osinglyrics and musical characteristics perceived as local.
Lilie Suratminto, Makna sosio-historis batu nisan VOC di Batavia. Depok: Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya UI, 2007, xiii + 234 hlm. ISBN 978-979-8184-91-8. Soft cover. Sunjayadi, Achmad
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‘Race’ and inequality in postcolonial urban settings Examples from Peru, Jamaica, and Indonesia Nas, Peter J.M.; Jaffe, Rivke; Algoed, Line
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In this essay we present three case studies of Peru, Jamaica and Indonesia toillustrate the use of the concept of race in daily life in relation to labour, popularculture and beauty respectively. These cases demonstrate how the use of theconcept of race changes in the transition from a colonial into a postcolonialsetting, depending on the role of the state and nation building. In Peru, we seea clear continuation of racialized thinking; thinking and speaking in terms of‘race’ is still the norm. In Jamaica we find a process of inversion: the concept ofrace is maintained as a frame of societal analysis, but blackness is revalidatedand has become a prerequisite for national and cultural belonging. In Indonesiaracialized categorizations have disappeared almost completely as ‘race’ hasbecome subjected to the development rhetoric, which just allows limited spacefor ethnic manifestations. However, discrimination on other rhetorical basis,such as non-citizenship, remains.

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