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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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Virtual meeting ground for colonial (re)Interpretation of the Banda Islands, Indonesia van Donkersgoed, Joëlla
Wacana Vol 20, No 2 (2019): Indonesian heritage and library collections II
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This paper presents a conceptual project aimed to create a digital archive pertaining to the colonial past of the Banda Islands. This archive not only offers a bottom-up opportunity to gather archival material through crowdsourcing but could also be connected to an interactive virtual map that connects this information real-time.  As crowdsourcing would be a main tool, this archive has the potential to function as a platform where both the former colonizer and colonized can reflect on the past, moreover, it will provide scholars a source of information to revisit the history of the Banda Islands. 
Religion, communism, and Ratu Adil; Colonialism and propaganda literature in 1920s Yogyakarta Margana, Sri
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This article examines the social realities of literary works and the colonial perceptions of socio-political movement inspired by the ideologies of Islam, communism, and the Just King (Ratu Adil). The main sources for this study are four short stories published by the Resident of Yogyakarta, Louis Frederik Dingemans (1924–1927). It employs post-colonial literary theory to analyze the colonial authority's perceptions of Islam, communism and Ratu Adil, and examines how colonial rulers (as colonizers) positioned themselves as above indigenous society (the colonized) as the guardians of moral, social, and political order. 
From archaeological artefact to unlimited heritage concept; Redefining museum collection in disruption era Akbar, Ali
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In the beginning, artefacts are an object studied by archaeology to produce knowledge. Artefact is restored in museum as collection and it is determined as heritage to be used by many people. The last two decades have shown that artefact and heritage have shifted their meaning. Along with that, disruptive era occurring for mainly the last decade has affected various lines of life including museum. The study on the impact of disruptive era on museum is quite rare and specific study on museum in Indonesia has not been established. This paper discusses the impacts of disruptive era on the changing perspective of visitors on museum collection. The methods used are literature studies, observation, and predictive analysis by applying theory of disruptive innovation. This paper explores innovation that needs to be done by using the existing power namely natural condition and social culture of the society as well as people’s participation.
Creating heritage in Ubud, Bali Vickers, Adrian
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In Bali, heritage is more-or-less synonymous with tradition. The popular view of what constitutes Bali’s heritage tends to focus on the village and wider district of Ubud. Through examing at the strategies employed by the lords of Ubud during the middle part of the twentieth century, we can better understand how the image of heritage sites is created. In the case of Ubud, the construction of centre of tradition was carried out through alliances with local artists and with expatriates, notably Rudolf Bonnet. The latter were able to mobilise publicity and networks to attract resources and elevate the district’s reputation.
The Panther’s Fang; In search of Indonesian television archives Bogaerts, Els
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The television serial Siung Macan Kombang (The Panther’s Fang), produced and broadcast by TVRI Stasiun Yogyakarta in 1992, has lived on in the collective memory of Javanese television audiences. Likewise, Indosiar’s Javanese drama programmes, broadcast in the mid-1990s, retrieve reminiscences of past times, when private broadcasters served specific ethnic and linguistic audiences with local entertainment linked to tradition. However, since most Indonesian television stations have not archived their audiovisual collections, the public no longer has access to audiovisual content from a deeper past. Hence these cultural resources have become intangible heritage; when the programmes cease to be recollected in tales and blogs, they vanish from Indonesian media history and fall into oblivion. This lack of archives affects historical research significantly. As I demonstrate in the main part of this article, resources like scripts and the print press could assist television scholars to approximate historical broadcasts and broadcasting history as closely as possible. Nevertheless, however useful they are, they do not disclose the performative and televisual aspects of the programmes. To demonstrate the value and riches of audiovisual archives, in the final part I show how a small collection of Javanese-language television programmes in a Dutch university library could reveal a wealth of information concerning performance on Indonesian television and about television itself. 
The local and provincial archival collections on Java from the colonial era; The preliminary results of the inventorization project Dwiandari, Nadia F.; van Langen, Johan
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The National Archives of Indonesia and the National Archives of the Netherlands have been collaborating on the Java Archival Guide Project. This project, which initially ran from 2016 to 2017, will be continued in a second phase. It will provide insight into the size and richness of the local and provincial archives formed on Java during the colonial period after the dissolution of the Dutch East India Company (1800-1949).The whereabouts of these archives in Indonesia have been unknown to many researchers, preventing access to academics, local historians and family researchers. The collections encountered during the research for this project date from the last days of the Dutch East India Company to the Japanese invasion and the years of the Indonesian National Revolution. The completed phase of the project was limited to the repositories of local and provincial governmental agencies on Java. In some cases the colonial collections seem to have disappeared, and in others, the records seem to have survived the years almost intact. 
Finding the place for art archives: Reflections from archiving Indonesian and Southeast Asian art Wardani, Farah
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The roles, approaches and methods of archiving in both places are different as I elaborate in this essay. However, one fundamental cause is the same, that is the shared belief that is the importance of art archiving and how it is needed in showing the relations between art practice and the challenges of society in this region. My work straddles between two modes of approach and my belief is that both can go together and complement each other, to find the place for the art archives and provideresources for spaces of debates in building art history and its relevance in the development of contemporary society, Southeast Asia and the world. 
From rubbish to cultural identity; Making archaeology relevant for the contemporary community Marwoto, Irmawati
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Archaeological relevance for the present has become an important issue in the world of archaeology. This paper aims to examine how the biography of artefacts of pottery fragments from the old Banten site, the site Banten sultanate of the sixteenth century AD became a marker of the cultural identity of the Banten people today. These pottery fragments were studied using Michael Thompson's rubbish (1979) theory which observes how the value of objects shifts from transient to rubbish to durable. Using the rubbish theory, archaeological practices that have only been aimed at scientific purposes can be useful for the people of Banten today. This paper will also discuss how people who have been ignored become an important part of archaeological practice and how archaeology can have an economic impact on today's society.

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