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Reconciling Indonesia with 1965: Facts, Rumors, Stigma - 10-12 novembre 2016

Reconciling Indonesia with 1965: Facts, Rumors, Stigma - 10-12 novembre 2016

Goethe University Frankfurt - Campus Westend

Conference Programme


Thursday, 10th November 2016


Location: Seminarhaus Room 5.101


09:30 - 10:00
Registration


10:00 - 10:30
Welcoming note
Prof. Dr. Arndt Graf, Goethe University Frankfurt
Dr. Elsa Clavé, Goethe University Frankfurt
Prof. Dr. Asvi Warman Adam, LIPI, Jakarta


10:30 - 11:00
Key note: The rumours as historical object
Prof. Dr. Pierre Monnet, director of The French German
Institute for History and Social Sciences (IFRA), Frankfurt/EHESS Paris


11:00 - 12:30
Panel 1: Violent events and the Indonesian Communist Party 1926-1965

Moderator: Dr. Gunnar Stange, University of Vienna

The inception of the 1965 killings: facts, hypotheses and fictions
Prof. Dr. Jean-Louis Margolin, University of Provence Aix Marseille

Nationalist movement, rebellion and the role of the Indonesian Communist Party in three rebellions against authority (1926-1965)
Prof. Dr. Mestika Zed, State University of Padang
PKI and violence: reassessing Bandar Betsy, Jengkol and Kanigoro events
Prof. Dr. Asvi Warman Adam, LIPI, Jakarta


12:30 - 14:00 Lunch Break


14:00 - 15:00
Panel 2: Cultural violence in the 1960’s
Moderator: Dr. Amanda Rath, Goethe University Frankfurt

Did the Lekra burn books?
Dr. Rhoma Dwi Aria Yuliandri, State University of Yogyakarta

How media legalized repressive action against Lekra
Truly Hitosoro, criminologist, Tarbes


15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break


15:30 - 17:00
Panel 3: Communism, atheism and religions
Moderator: Friederike Trotier, Goethe University
Frankfurt


Women from the Gerwani, religion and morality
Prof. Dr. Saskia Wieringa, University of Amsterdam

Communism and Islam: the rise of tension before 1965
Dr. Rémy Madinier, Centre Asie du Sud-Est, CNRS, Paris

The legacies of 1965: Re-shaping Indonesian identity in terms of religion and atheism
Dr. Timo Duile, Bonn University, Bonn

Evening Presentation of the photography exhibition “Silent soliloquy”
Stéphane Roland,Truly Hitosoro

Welcoming buffet


Friday, 11th November 2016
Location: Seminarpavillon Room 2.03

09:00 - 10:30
Panel 4: Land grabbing and the phantom of communism
Moderator: Dr. Oliver Pye, Bonn University
Laporan KOMNAS HAM 2012, tanah dan stigma
Dr. Dianto Bachriadi, KOMNAS HAM, Jakarta

Reflections on the implementation of land reform 1960s and the urgency of current agrarian reform in Indonesia
Ahmad Nashih Luthfi, National Land Institute, Jakarta

Land reform program and the 1965 tragedy in Soge Village, Indramayu District, West Java
Hilma Safitri, Agrarian Resources Center (ARC),Bandung

10:30 - 11:00 Coffee Break

11:00 - 12:00
Panel 5: Film and stigma

Moderator: Prof. Dr. Antonia Soriente, University l’Orientale, Napoli

Representation of the 1965 tragedy in Indonesian films
Benedicta Irene Purwantari, researcher in Kompas journal, Jakarta

Exorcising ghosts and phantasms: reinterpreting Indonesia’s past through unseen realms
Dr. Kar Yen Leong, Tamkang University Taiwan


12:00 - 13:30 Lunch Break

13:30 - 15:00
Panel 6: The impact on the young generation (I)
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Arndt Graf, Goethe University Frankfurt

Reconciliation, repression and resistance: coming to terms with the past in Indonesia
Dr. Baskara Wardaya, University Sanata Dharma, Yogyakarta

The Indonesian left: from students movements to parties
Dr. Yeri Wirawan, University Sanata Dharma, Yogyakarta

The post 1965 generation and alternative narrations
Anett Keller, Asia House, Köln

15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break

15:30 - 17:00
Panel 7: The impact on the young generation (II)

Moderator: Dr. Judith Bosnak, Goethe University Frankfurt

The representation of the 30th September Movement in the Indonesian school textbooks
Simon Gorski, University of Vienna

Stigma and rumours about 1965 in Indonesian Literature
Prof. Dr. Antonia Soriente, University l’Orientale, Napoli

Image and perception of communists in Indonesia: a visual research approach
Elisabeth Ida, artist, Bruxelles

Evening Meeting with students in Southeast Asian Studies and Documentary screening

Light buffet


Saturday, 12th November 2016
Location: Casino Room 1.811

10:00 - 12:00 Plenary session
Moderator: Prof. Dr. Astrid Erll, Memory studies
group, Goethe University Frankfurt

Cambodia, memory and reconciliation
Visoth Chhay, director of the Tuol Sleng Museum (Genocide museum), Phnom Penh
Dr. Helene Jarvis, adviser to the Royal Government of Cambodia and board member at the Center for the Study of Genocide and Justice, Dakha, Bangladesh

Germany, living with the memory of a genocide
Prof. Dr. Werner Konitzer, Director of Fritz Bauer Institute for research on the history and impact of the Shoah, Goethe University Frankfurt

France, the State responsibility and human rights violation in French colonies
Mireille Fanon Mendes-France, president of the Frantz Fanon Foundation, Paris

Indonesia: the national ongoing process on 1965
Dr. Dianto Bachriadi, KOMNAS HAM, Jakarta
Prof. Dr. Asvi Warman Adam, LIPI, Jakarta

12:00 - 13:30 Lunch Break

13:30 - 15:30 Indonesian forum
Moderator: Jun. Prof. Dr. Elsa Clavé, Goethe University Frankfurt

A personal memory of (the tragic 1965) history and a personal (development) history of (the post 1965) memories
Dr. Nani Nurrachman-Sutojo, psychologist, Universitas Atma Jaya, Jakarta. Daughter of the General Sutojo

Siswomihardjo, kidnapped and murdered in 1965 History, memory and remembrance: a perspective from the victims
Bejo Untung, Association for research on mass murder’s victims (YPKP)

The role of high school teacher in transmission of 1965’s history
Diah Wahyuningsih Naat, High school teacher, Batam

15:30 - 16:00 Coffee break around the exhibition of drawings of Surya Wirawan

16:00 Closing of the conference

Registration Fee:
35 euros/3 days
15 euros/1 day
Free for students
To be paid on site.

Organisers: Jun.Prof. Dr. Elsa Clavé Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main Institut für Ostasiatische Philologien - Südostasienwissenschaften - Prof. Dr. Asvi Warman Adam
Indonesian Institute of Sciences LIPI, Jakarta Friederike Trotier, M.A. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main Institut für Ostasiatische Philologien - Südostasienwissenschaften - Holger Warnk, M.A.
Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main Institut für Ostasiatische Philologien - Südostasienwissenschaften -


Contact:
Jun.Prof. Dr. Elsa Clavé
clave@em.uni-frankfurt.de
 

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