Issue 32
Welcome to the third year of this newsletter. 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 32 May - August 2001

  • Lidia Ostepeev SEVEN WEEKS IN SEMARANG immersion teacher training
  • Save Indonesian in New Zealand - urgent
  • Three Conferences on Indonesia/n Melbourne July 2001
  • Reminder about ASAA Open Conference, Melbourne, July 2001
  • Charles Coppel's mailing list
  • VICTORIAN SOUTHEAST ASIAN LINGUISTICS SOCIETY
  • Send message to Asia Pacific People's Solidarity Conference 2001
  • Ben Anderson on Indonesia's struggle: conquering a legacy of avarice and vice
  • Arts Internships program
  • Indonesian National Commission on Human Rightswebsite
  • See the Resources page - send us the best sites
  • Gus Dur - night-time pilgrim - by George Quinn
  • Harvard launches new web portal on human security in Indonesia
  • Keeping Languages Alive by Stefan Romaniw, Victorian multicultural commission
  • Surfing Grajagan and language barriers by Corey Byrne
  • Bali and Beyond images of rural Indonesia by Rick Sherwin, Noosa Library, Opening August 10
  • The Sixth Women in Asia Conference will be held at the ANU from 23-26 September 2001. Full registration A$110 from 1 August
  • Your news, please.