Archive for May, 2016

  • What Asia can learn from European economic integration by Iwan j Azis As the EU experience shows, a single currency isn’t necessarily key to unlocking the benefits of economic integration, writes Iwan Azis.   Next month the UK goes to a referendum to decide whether it stays in the European […]

    The risks of regional integration

    What Asia can learn from European economic integration by Iwan j Azis As the EU experience shows, a single currency isn’t necessarily key to unlocking the benefits of economic integration, writes Iwan Azis.   Next month the UK goes to a referendum to decide whether it stays in the European […]

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  • “On a meeting between Obama and Turnbull, Obama stated that he had watched Indonesia gradually move from a relaxed, multi-faceted Islam to a more fundamentalist,” according to Dr Joel Kuipers. Obama statement might somewhat be valid since modern Indonesia was experiencing Islamic revivals. Representations of Islamic identity such as headscarf, clothes, mosque […]

    [ISG] Religion, language, and piety: the case of Arabic names in Java

    “On a meeting between Obama and Turnbull, Obama stated that he had watched Indonesia gradually move from a relaxed, multi-faceted Islam to a more fundamentalist,” according to Dr Joel Kuipers. Obama statement might somewhat be valid since modern Indonesia was experiencing Islamic revivals. Representations of Islamic identity such as headscarf, clothes, mosque […]

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  • We received quite a large number of applications for this year’s ANU Indonesia Project and SMERU Research Institute Research Grants, resulting in a highly competitive selection process. Each proposal was seriously evaluated and carefully weighed by the selection committee. We would like to extend our sincere congratulations to all the 2016/2017 ANU Indonesia […]

    Announcing the recipients of the 2016/2017 Research Grants

    We received quite a large number of applications for this year’s ANU Indonesia Project and SMERU Research Institute Research Grants, resulting in a highly competitive selection process. Each proposal was seriously evaluated and carefully weighed by the selection committee. We would like to extend our sincere congratulations to all the 2016/2017 ANU Indonesia […]

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  •     Professor Iwan Jaya Azis delivered the 14th HW Arndt Memorial Lecture on 5 April 2016. Attended by more than 100 people, the Lecture took place in Hedley Bull Theatre 1, ANU. The event was opened by Professor Margaret Harding, ANU Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), and chaired by Professor Hal […]

    Managing elevated risks – The 14th HW Arndt Memorial Lecture

        Professor Iwan Jaya Azis delivered the 14th HW Arndt Memorial Lecture on 5 April 2016. Attended by more than 100 people, the Lecture took place in Hedley Bull Theatre 1, ANU. The event was opened by Professor Margaret Harding, ANU Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research), and chaired by Professor Hal […]

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  • On 20 April 2016, Iwan Jaya Azis, ANU Indonesia Project Thee Kian Wie Distinguished Professor and Emeritus Professor from The University of Indonesia, presented his paper in Indonesia Study Group (ISG). The discussion was attended by  academics, students and professionals of 25 people and of which five were female. Professor […]

    [ISG] Regional Integration and Cooperation in Asia: Quo Vadis?

    On 20 April 2016, Iwan Jaya Azis, ANU Indonesia Project Thee Kian Wie Distinguished Professor and Emeritus Professor from The University of Indonesia, presented his paper in Indonesia Study Group (ISG). The discussion was attended by  academics, students and professionals of 25 people and of which five were female. Professor […]

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  • Digital installation of art display Photo credit : The House of Natural Fiber Indonesia’s artists play an important role in the Asian art market. In 2014 and 2015, Indonesian paintings set record prices for art in Southeast Asia, with some of the works selling between USD 3 to 7 million. […]

    [ISG] Art Markets, Communities and Cultures of the Digital Revolution in Indonesia

    Digital installation of art display Photo credit : The House of Natural Fiber Indonesia’s artists play an important role in the Asian art market. In 2014 and 2015, Indonesian paintings set record prices for art in Southeast Asia, with some of the works selling between USD 3 to 7 million. […]

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