Lecture by Ben White on Tuesday 11 February, 18.00 hrs! Subscribe to the Indonesian meal afterwards!
Every country has its own dark period in history. Ben White (Emeritus Professor in the Department of Rural Development, Environment and Population Studies at the ISS/ Erasmus University) is a celebrated Indonesia expert. He walks us through one of the most obscure periods in that country’s history. To this day, the killings of 1965-1966 are shrouded in secrecy and awkwardness. What really happened in Indonesia during that period and how can we understand its continued influence on current Indonesian social, political and economic development? Join Studium Generale and the WUR Indonesian community in an event that sheds light on this shadowed period in Indonesian history.
Tuesday 11 February
Conference Rooms 031- 034 (Ground floor Forum Building behind the WUR shop.) Free entrance. Snacks will be served during the lecture.
Following the lecture (circa 19:30) an Indonesian meal will be served. (Price: 3 Euros.) Reservation for the meal is required by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
FILM: Art Cinema Movie-W and Studium Generale present the award winning film The Act of Killing. Sunday matinee screenings with English subtitles on 9 and 16 February, 14.00 hrs. (5 Euros entrance fee for WUR card holders). For other screening dates and prices see www.movie-w.nl. Location: Wilhelminaweg 3a