Welcome to Issue 41 - second issue for 2004.
proceedings of ASILE conferences and other articles will be posted
on the WACANA e-journal when available.
Mahnken, Sunshine Coast
Aveling, Latrobe U
Indonesian language learners and native speakers discussion group (all topics allowed, not just language learning), sign up at
If you are looking for a real beginners e-group, better to join: australiaindonesia
See USC Visitors
The National Online Undergraduate Seminar - Indonesian Studies on 8 October 2004 - 11.00 am to 4.00 pm EST - all students of Indonesian language, society, culture, politics are welcome to hear and interact online with five leading Australian Indonesianists.
Discovering Bollywood in Indonesia Lidia Ostepeev
And how about Baliwood?
Monash CSEAS Seminar and SE Asian Women Conference
SISC seminarEd Aspinall on 2004 parliamentary and presidential elections at 23 July SISC seminar
NALSAS Indonesian Readers completed, accessible now at qantm and later permanently at DEST server.
Language cuts 'will be costly' by Louise Perry, The Australian, 9-6-2004 (or see print version) [via Donna Weeks]
Joint Houses Standing Committee report on Australian-Indonesian relations from Adrian Vickers, U. of Wollongong via Charles Coppel mailing list. This is a very important report. We should all read and get "letters to the editor" as election approaches.
Second Herb Feith Memorial Lecture Monday 28 June 2004 ABC Southbank Centre, Melbourne.
"Divisive Modernity: Thoughts on Southeast Asian History"
New page on ACICIS costs and also Federal funding for ACICIS recommended in Parliamentary report, May 2004
Writing Indonesian History - Address by Adrian Vickers and launch of book The Long_road_to_democracy Sydney 25 June 5.00 pm
National university of Singapore - Asia Resaearch Institute WORKING PAPERS SERIES 2003 and 2004 from email@example.com via the Indonesian Studies Digest
National Library of Australia Indonesian Internet sites
Ikutilah Ilmu Penyapu Lantai
Inside Indonesia calling ex-ACICIS students
Monash CSEAS Seminar programme(Melbourne) ALL WELCOME
National Centre for Language Training Howard funds NewSouthGlobal - "Business people will be able to study short practical beginners courses through to more advanced courses in high demand languages such as Chinese, Japanese, Indonesian, Spanish, Hindi and Arabic." 17 August 2004
Prof Iain McCalman's "Making Culture Bloom" (PDF) [Also at Academy of Hum anities or Must read.
Your views and news, please.
The Indonesian Studies Newsletter
of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA)
Issue 41 May - August