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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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Reasoning in a multicultural society Adian, Donny Gahral
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Multicultural society as a way of being-with-others needs a certain form of public reasoning. Unfortunately, the current yet dominant form of public reasoning is infiltrated by biases from occidental culture. This mode of reasoning does nothing but uproot participants from their cultural identity for the sake of universal consensus. Multicultural society, however, consists of identities which are embedded in the individuals’ cultural tradition. This sociological fact demands a richer form of rationality that does not deny the multiplicity of cultural values and embedded identities. We need a form of public reasoning which emphasizes cultural understanding rather than abstract consensus. We might call it a multicultural, contextualized and other-regarding form of public reason.
Preface Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia, Wacana
Wacana Vol 13, No 2 (2011): Multiculturalism
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Does multicultural Indonesia include its ethnic Chinese? Anggraeni, Dewi
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Multiculturalism in Indonesia is predominantly concerned with various regional cultures in the country, which continue to exist, and in some cases, to develop and progress. These cultures meet and interact in the context of a unitary national, Indonesian culture. There are however people who or whose ancestors originate from outside Indonesia, the major ones being Chinese and Arabs. They brought with them the cultures and mores of their lands of origin and to varying degrees integrated them into those of the places they adopted as homes. This article discusses how the Chinese who opted for Indonesian citizenship and nationality, fared and fare in Indonesia’s multicultural society, what problems slowed them in their path, and what lies behind these problems.
Susanto Zuhdi, Sejarah Buton yang terabaikan; Labu rope labu wana. Jakarta: Rajawali Pers, Yayasan Kebudayaan Masyarakat Buton, 2010, xli + 350 pages (including illustrations and maps). ISBN 9789797692292. Price: IDR 65,000 (soft cover).  Christomy, Tommy
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Europe: so many languages, so many cultures Steinhauer, Hein
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The number of different languages in Europe by far exceeds the number of countries. All European countries have national languages, and in nearly all of them there are minority languages as well, whereas all major languages have dialects. National borders rarely coincide with linguistic borders, but the latter (including dialect borders) mark by their nature also more or less distinct cultural areas. This paper presents a survey of the different language families represented in Europe: Indo-European, Uralic, Altaic, and the four Caucasian language families, each with their sub-branches and individual languages. Some information is given on characteristic structural phenomena and on the status and history of these languages or language families and on some of their extinct predecessors. The paper ends with a short discussion on the language policy and practices of the institutions of the European Union. Europe lacks a language with the status and power comparable to Indonesian in Indonesia. The policy is therefore based on equal status of all national languages and on respect for all languages, including national minority ones. The practice, however, is unavoidably practical: “the more languages, the more English”.
In memoriam Professor Emeritus Adrian Bernard Lapian Tegal, 1 September 1929 – Jakarta, 19 July 2011 Abdullah, Taufik
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Ethnicity and the performance of identity Budiman, Manneke
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This essay looks into the novels of two Indonesian women writers, Perempuan Kembang Jepun (Lan Fang 2009) and Dimsum terakhir (Clara Ng 2006), which depict the struggles of the major female characters in negotiating their ”hybrid” identities amidst the pulls from various opposing forces that try to impose and define their identities. Both works were published in the post-New Order Indonesia, where identity politics seems to dominate the political and cultural realms. Both Lan Fang and Clara Ng try to problematize the rigid and monolithic sense of cultural identity that had been inculcated by the previous regime through its aggressive assimilation policy and imposition of the state ideology of unity. The essay aims at examining different strategies employed by both authors in redefining identity through approaches that see identity as a fluid, non-essentialist, and on-going process rather than a given entity or label that can be simply inscribed on individuals.
­Julian Millie, Splashed by the saint; Ritual reading and Islamic sanctity in West Java. Leiden: KITLV Press, 2009, xv + 214 pp. ISBN 978-90-6718-338-3. Price: EUR 24.90 (soft cover). Machmudi, Yon
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In memoriam Professor Emeritus Anton M. Moeliono Bandung, 21 February 1929 – Jakarta, 25 July 20 Achadiati, Achadiati; Sugono, Dendy; Steinhauer, Hein; Stokhof, Wim
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Denys Lombard, Gardens in Java. Translated by John M. Miksic. Jakarta: École française d’Extrême-Orient, 2010, 86 pp. [Originally pusblished as Jardins à Java, Paris: Maisonneuve, 1969.] ISBN 978-285-5394-81-7 (soft cover). Eyckhoff, Martijn
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