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Shinta Maharani





  • Disgrace in the Pancasila Campus
    Law

    Disgrace in the Pancasila Campus

    UGM rectorate opted for a settlement in the case of sexual harassment against a female college student. The police presses on with the case’s investigation.

  • An Online Sanctuary for Rare Sounds
    Outreach

    An Online Sanctuary for Rare Sounds

    Palmer Keen’s interest in Indonesia’s culture and traditions has taken him to the country’s various corners, to record unique sounds. He archives the histories of these musical instruments.

  • Reaping Organic Rice
    Economy

    Reaping Organic Rice

    A young farmer is taking advantage of transplanters to grow rice, saving time and money.

  • Lasiyo’s Organic Bananas
    Outreach

    Lasiyo’s Organic Bananas

    A former rice and peanut farmer in Bantul, Yogyakarta, cultivates dozens of local banana varieties organically. He has shared his knowledge at several universities and even in Italy.

  • Exporting Pottery from a Backyard
    Economy

    Exporting Pottery from a Backyard

    Kaloka Pottery has gone international. It is also a favorite hangout place for fans of photography and coffee drinkers.

  • Biennale Yogyakarta 2019 Biennale and Arts  from the Villages
    Arts

    Biennale Yogyakarta 2019 Biennale and Arts from the Villages

    The Yogyakarta Biennale is focusing on social, political, economic and environmental issues in Southeast Asia. Works of politics and struggle from the periphery.

  • Political Works in the Biennale
    Fine Arts

    Political Works in the Biennale

    POSTERS of Marsinah surround the main verandah of the Jogja National Museum. Newspaper clippings about the bloody murder of the factory worker and her picure are stuck on the corrugated fence around the hall-sized verandah.

  • Transvestite Interpretations In Islam
    Religion

    Transvestite Interpretations In Islam

    Islam recognizes a category of sex other than male and female. In classical fiqh (Islamic jurisprudence), waria, or transvestites, are grouped into mukhannast.

  • Food for the City’s Poor
    Cover Story

    Food for the City’s Poor

    Activists established soup kitchens to provide food for those impacted by Covid-19. The food solidarity movement is meant to assist the urban poor.

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