The Australian Academy of the Humanities highlighted Margaret Kartomi’s and 2 other Academy Fellows receiving Indonesian … Continue reading Margaret Kartomi and other AAH Fellows receive Indonesian Cultural Awards
Last month Monash hosted an interdisciplinary conference “the Monash International Conference and Cultural Event (ICCE) of Aceh 2016” (26-28 September) and a series of Aceh-related events at the Caulfield and Clayton campuses.
Monash Arts ethnomusicologist, Professor Margaret Kartomi, was flown to Jakarta last week to receive the ‘Piagam Penghargaan Kebudayaan’ (Certificate of Cultural Appreciation award) from the Indonesian Minister of Education and Culture, Muhadjir Effendy.
Professor Margaret Kartomi was awarded the Fumio Koizumi Prize for Ethnomusicology in 2016 from Professor Ebisawa … Continue reading Professor Kartomi receives Koizumi Fumio Prize for Ethnomusicology in Tokyo, Japan
The Fighting Art of Pencak Silat and its Music This book contains MAMU Director Margaret Kartomi’s third … Continue reading Article published in: The Fighting Art of Pencak Silat and its Music: From Southeast Asian village to global movement
Kartomi and Pahlawi have issued a Call for Papers to be presented at the Second … Continue reading Call for Papers: the Second International Conference and Cultural Event of Aceh
A review written by Margaret Kartomi, of Julia Byl’s recent book Antiphonal Histories: Resonant Pasts … Continue reading Review of Julia Byl’s “Antiphonal Histories” by Margaret Kartomi
Two articles have recently been published documenting the success of the Second International Symposium on … Continue reading Articles: Recognition for The Second International Symposium on the Malay Musical Arts of Indonesia’s Riau Islands (SIRI) 2015
Researching Indonesian music and theatre has become a family concern for three Monash researchers. Dr … Continue reading Indonesian performing arts attracts three generations of researchers
“This is a delicious book – to be savoured, appreciated for its richness of detail and admired for its texture and cohesion. It made me greedy for more. I thought I could just dip in and read it over a week or so (it is a lengthy tome) but I was drawn into it from the first page of the Preface and just kept reading.”