Issue 29
We need your contributions:
what your institution is doing, achievements, special offerings, problems being faced at present, interesting new approaches, reviews of publications, news of government initiatives (or those needed), even professional gossip (who is where now), conference calls, useful websites. All these things help us to keep in touch in between our biennial ASILE Conference. 
The proceedings of ASILE conferences and other articles will be posted on the WACANA e-journal at http://intranet.usc.edu.au/wacana/ 
Editors:
Harry Aveling, Latrobe U

Phillip Mahnken, Sunshine Coast

The Indonesian Studies Newsletter

of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA)

Issue 29 May-August 2000

  • ATELL is joining with the AFMLTA-CALL (the CALL special interest group of the Australian Federation of Modern Language Teachers Associations) to provide a new collaborative resource to support teachers and learners in the area of TELL.         http://www.cltr.uq.edu.au/~ATELL/home.html 
  • Evelyn Haupt in Semarang
  • Beginning Indonesian through Self-Instruction (BITSI) available in 3 CD's.

  • Thanks to Maree Peters for passing this on.
  • Malaysia's first independent movies website
  • ASAA conference to be held at the University of Melbourne from 3-5 July 2000. Timetable is now available (subject to minor changes) at the following web site: http://www.asaa2000.unimelb.edu.au/timetable.html. It is a very exciting program, please come and urge others to do so. Visit the conference website http://www.asaa2000.unimelb.edu.au/ for details of registration, etc.
  • The Last Word on being Resident Director of the ACICIS program in Yogya during the last two momentous years. Thoughts in Indonesian teaching/learning in 2000 and beyond. David Reeve.
  • Teach in Indonesia program in Padang - Lesley Harbon.
  • The International Crisis group site posted an illuminating "plain language" report on Indonesia's Crisis: Chronic But Not Acute (31 May 2000) - also at a mirror site. It can be read online, printed out or downloaded as PDF
    . A 1999 report on Indonesia's Shaky Transition is also worth reading. Thanks to Harold Crouch and Charles Coppel for the tip on this.
  • History of Indonesia Website and History of the Reformasi Era and region by region pages by Charles Gimon. Good for students. Thanks to James Dickinson in Solo.
  • East Timor Language and Culture Course - Brisbane - from Jane Eaton
  • Sangkuriang artists' book preview and a Lecture on The Impact of Gus Dur: Indonesia, Australia and the Media by Pak Wimar Witoelar Indonesia's leading political commentator. Brisbane. July 7 5.15 pm.
  • Maluku crisis
  • GusDurnomics: An Inside View of Indonesia's Economic Turbulence Dr. Anggito Abimanyu in Melbourne July 12, 2000
  • Pramoedya in Australia via Robert cribb
  • Email Gus Dur and Mega
  • ACICIS Journalism Option _ Proposal
  • Industrial relations seminar
  • Greg Poulgrain on West Papua: Political Future
  • Borneo 2000 proceedings available
  • Ini Lho!
  • Balinese evening: Galungan, Kuningan and Merdeka! Australia Indonesia Youth Exchange Program 2000 Brisbane and Toowoomba with Bandung
  • www.political-tips.com
  • Monash Indonesian by Distance Education

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  • Older issues of the Newsletter can be downloaded from ANU Sept 96   April 1997  Nov 1997
    Issue 26 on web: July-Sept 1999 Issue 27 on web: Oct-Dec 1999, Issue 28 Jan-April 2000

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