14 June: Negotiating the spoken word: Storytelling in the Indonesian archipelago

Time
10.00-17.00 hrs

Venue
Rijksmuseum Volkenkunde
Steenstraat 1
2312 BS Leiden



Registration

kitlv@kitlv.nl


Programme

Programme and abstracts

10.00 COFFEE / TEA

10.30 OPENING

10.45 Aone van Engelenhoven, Interpreting the Spoor of the Sailfish: Narrative knowledge management in Southwest Maluku (Indonesia) and Tutuala (East-Timor)

11.15 Els Bogaerts, Staging Javanese history: from folk tales and court poetry to dance and drama

11.45 Tom Hoogervorst, Storytelling through ‘dime novels’: re -examining Sino-Malay literature

12.15 Juara Ginting, Beidar Nandena: a traditional Karo lament

12.30 LUNCH

13.30 Marije Plomp, Why people tell stories: The case of the North Sumatran Malay Story of Prince Bahram Syah

14.00 Sirtjo Koolhof, Tradition and change: Evolution of storytelling in South Sulawesi

14.30 Javanese dance by dance-group Kuwung-kuwung

14.45 COFFEE / TEA

15.00 Clara Brakel, The art of the Pakpak-Dairi storyteller: connecting visible and invisible worlds

15.30 Marjolijn Groustra, The origin of this middle: a Dairi creation story

16.00 Book presentation Dairi Stories and Pakpak Storytelling (Clara Brakel, 2014)

 Ir. Joost Brakel

 Prof. dr. Jan van der Putten, Hamburg University

 Dr. Pudentia, head of Assosiasi Tradisi Lisan, Jakarta

16.15 Talempong music and dance from West Sumatra by Archipelago Group

16.30 CLOSING REMARKS

 
Last Modified: 26-05-2014