DOI:​10.1017/S001041750002082X
Corpus ID: 145706431
Some Things That Have Happened to The Sun After September 1965 : Politics and the Interpretation of an Indonesian Painting
K. George
Published 1997
History

Comparative Studies in Society and History
View Via Publisher
Share This Paper




14 Citations
Highly Influential Citations
1
Background Citations
2
14 Citations
FROM CULTURAL ACTIVISM TO COUNTER MEMORIAL: THE ARTWORK OF DADANG CHRISTANTO 1975 - 2005
Allison Gray
Art
2008
This dissertation argues that historical, political, cultural gaps and misunderstanding circulate around Indonesian /Australian artist Dadang Christanto. Christanto, born in 1957 in Tegal in central… Expand
From silence to speech: witnessing and trauma of the anti-communist mass killings in Indonesian contemporary art
W. Dirgantoro
Political Science
2020
Despite the positive reception around Indonesian modern and contemporary art, some key issues remain sensitive to the Indonesian public and art world. One of the most prominent concerns is the… Expand
1 Citation
Painting Ethics: Death, Love, and Moral Vision in the Mahāparinibbāna
A. Hansen
Sociology
2016
This essay draws on Kenneth George's ethnographic study of the Indonesian painter Abdul Djalil Pirous and his art, as well as Pirous's own characterizations of his paintings as “spiritual notes,” to… Expand
2 Citations
Genocide documentary as intervention
A. Tyson
Psychology
2015
Gifted filmmakers such as Joshua Oppenheimer, director of The act of killing, are attempting to use the power of documentary to provoke social and political change in post-conflict settings. What… Expand
6 Citations
PDF
Defining experiences : feminisms and contemporary art in Indonesia
W. Dirgantaro
Art
2014
This thesis explores the relationship between feminisms and visual arts in Indonesia. Focusing on works by Indonesian women artists produced from the 1940s until the present day, it provides a new… Expand
PDF
'An eye open in the dark': life story ethnography and the future of social-ecological systems
J. M. Palmer
Psychology
2011
I argue in this thesis that the past which is materialized in real time at the site of ‘a life’ has particular significance for social-ecological systems. This past is different from that recorded in… Expand
3 Citations
PDF
Art for October: Thai Cold War State Violence in Trauma Art
Sudarat Musikawong
Sociology
2010
The visual artwork produced about Thai contemporary political trauma constitutes a "trauma art" expressing a politics of loss—loss of life, loss of history, and loss of leftist memory. While much of… Expand
2 Citations
Visual representations of ethnic violence: an Indonesian portrayal
J. S. Davidson
Sociology
2009
The horrific violence that has marred Indonesia's ‘transition to democracy’ raises numerous disconcerting questions; not least of which is how future interested actors or governments – central and… Expand
2 Citations
Arts and owners: Intellectual property law and the politics of scale in Indonesian arts
Lorraine V. Aragon, J. Leach
Sociology
2008
International and national agendas are redesigning the terms of intellectual-property (IP) laws to create cultural property for developing nations. Debates over IP and cultural-property “rights” or… Expand
37 Citations
PDF
Art and Identity Politics: Nation, Religion, Ethnicity, Elsewhere
K. George
Political Science
2007
Twenty years ago, Ulf Hannerz nudged cultural anthropologists to consider the places most in need of ethnographic work. ‘Where are the least-understood cultures now?’ he asked. ‘In Lagos or Paris,… Expand
2 Citations
...
1
2
...
References
SHOWING 1-10 OF 31 REFERENCES
Modernity at Large: Cultural Dimensions of Globalization
A. Appadurai
Sociology
1996
11,969 Citations
Remembering the Present: Painting and Popular History in Zaire
J. Fabian
Art, History
1996
This book combines ethnography with the study of art to present a fascinating new vision of African history. It contains the paintings of a single artist depicting Zaire's history, along with a… Expand
63 Citations
The Politics of Discursive Authority in Research on the “Invention of Tradition”
C. Briggs
Sociology
1996
Jean Jackson (1989) asks, in the title of an essay, "Is There a Way to Talk about Making Culture without Making Enemies?" I think that it would be fair to respond that, generally speaking, the answer… Expand
195 Citations
Forces for change in the regional performing arts of Indonesia
P. Yampolsky
Geography
1995
62 Citations
PDF
Resistance and the Problem of Ethnographic Refusal
Sherry B. Ortner
Sociology
1995
L'A. etudie les effets de ce qu'il appelle le refus ethnographique concernant une serie d'etudes consacree a la resistance. Il montre que la plupart de ces etudes sont limitees par le manque de… Expand
1,055 Citations
PDF
A Nation In Waiting: Indonesia In The 1990s
A. Schwarz
Sociology
1994
Introduction growing pains Soeharto takes charge the politics of making policy in search of influence the race that counts family rules Islam - coming in from the cold? East Timor - the little pebble… Expand
232 Citations
How Bodies Remember: Social Memory and Bodily Experience of Criticism, Resistance, and Delegitimation following China's Cultural Revolution
A. Kleinman, J. Kleinman
Sociology
1994
AUL CONNERTON, writing in a widely cited essay that decisively summarizes the ideas of many social theorists, claims that collective and individual memory are so thoroughly interconnected, and that… Expand
170 Citations
On the Subject of "Java."
W. Keeler, J. Pemberton
Political Science, History
1994
347 Citations
Soul, Spirit, and Mountain: Preoccupations of Contemporary Indonesian Painters
Astri Wright
History
1994
34 Citations
'The Two Leading Institutions': Taman Ismail Marzuki and Horison
David T. Hill
Political Science
1993
6 Citations
...
1
2
3
4
...
SORT BY
Related Papers
COVID-19 The pandemic that never should have happened, and how to stop the next one
V. Németh
History
2020
Debora Mackenzie guides the reader through the virus Covid-19 from the first moments of happening in Wuhan December of 2...
11 Citations
"But Now Things Have Changed": Marius Barbeau and the Politics of Amerindian Identity
Andrew Nurse
History
2001
This essay examines Marius Barbeau’s early-twentieth-century Huron-Wyandot ethnography as a case study in the history of...
15 Citations
Show More
2/10
Abstract
14 Citations
31 References
Related Papers
Stay Connected With Semantic Scholar
What Is Semantic Scholar?
Semantic Scholar is a free, AI-powered research tool for scientific literature, based at the Allen Institute for AI.
Learn More
About
About Us
Publishers
Beta Program
Contact
Research
Team
Datasets
Open Corpus
Supp.ai
Resources
Librarians
Tutorials
FAQ
API
Proudly built by AI2
Terms of ServicePrivacy Policy
By clicking accept or continuing to use the site, you agree to the terms outlined in our Privacy Policy, Terms of Service, and Dataset License
ACCEPT & CONTINUE