UI Conferences

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Epistemology, Adaptation, and Disaster Mitigation of Masyarakat Adat Nusantara

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  • Panel01 Isjai, Austrian Academy of Sciences
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Mobility Challenges of a Border Population in the Celebes Sea

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  • Panel02 Isjai, New York University
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Interpreting the Etiology and Effects of Disasters in Indonesia: Anthropological Analyses and Interventions

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  • Panel03 Isjai, The University of Western Australia
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Anthropological Responses to Gender-Based Violence in a Multidimensional Crises

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  • Panel04 Isjai, Universitas Brawijaya
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New Developmentalism in Indonesia: Where is the Marginal?

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  • Panel05 Isjai, University of California, San Francisco
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The Dynamics and Challenges of Indigenous People in Recognizing Customary Forest

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  • Panel06 Isjai, Universitas Indonesia
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Berkah dan Kutukan: Retelling Environmental Narratives in Indonesia

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  • Panel07 Isjai, Leiden University
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Experiencing Crises and Life Itself: Knowledge, Metaphors, and Actions in the Multiplicity of Crises

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  • Panel08 Isjai, Universitas Indonesia
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Plastics Production, Use and Waste: Burning Issues for Anthropology

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  • Panel09 Isjai, Universitas Indonesia
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Pursuit of Leisure: Reflections, Activities and Meaning of Leisure during Pandemic Covid-19

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  • Panel10 Isjai, Heidelberg University
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Religion and Global Issues

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  • Panel11 Isjai, University of Pennsylvania
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Contested Values, Socio-Natural Rearrangement, and Infrastructural Development in The Time of Crisis

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  • Panel12 Isjai, The University of New South Wales
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Socio-cultural Foundations and Challenges of Peaceful Dialogue in Papua

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  • Panel13 Isjai, Universitas Sanata Dharma
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Oral Tradition Responding to Multicrises

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  • Panel14 Isjai, LIPI
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Coastal and Marine Grabbing in Indonesia and Beyond

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  • Panel15 Isjai, Universitas Indonesia
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Addressing Gender Inequalities and Social Exclusion Problems through Approaches of GEDSI

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  • Panel16 Isjai, Universitas Indonesia
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Anthropology Dealing with Multiple Health Crisis: The Use of (Traditional) Alcohol Beverages

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  • Panel17 Isjai, Universitas Indonesia
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Agrarian Aspects of the Pealand, a Challenge to the Agrarian System in Indonesia

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  • Panel18 Isjai, Northwestern University
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Social Forestry Crisis in the Realm of KHDPK (Forest Area with Special Management) in Java

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  • Panel19 Isjai, Northwestern University
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Collaboration to Bridge Gaps between Academic and Applied Anthropology: Where are We Now? And, Where are We Heading to?

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  • Panel20 Isjai, University of Auckland
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Cultural Resilience and ke-Indonesiaan in the Border Communities

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  • Panel21 Isjai, University van Amsterdam
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