Tag: Sulawesi

Earth Displacements: Draining the Swamp in Southeast Sulawesi

colinhoag , June 16th, 2020


Editorial Note: This post is part of our series highlighting the work of the Anthropology and Environment Society’s 2019 Roy A. Rappaport Prize Finalists. We asked them to outline…


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Eastern Indonesia in the Desawarnana

A. J. West , December 16th, 2015


       The earliest written documentation of several Indonesian islands occurs in canto 14 of the Desawarnana, the East Javanese topogenic poem of 1365. There’s been a lot of…


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Eastern Indonesia in the Desawarnana

A. J. West , December 16th, 2015


       The earliest written documentation of several Indonesian islands occurs in canto 14 of the Desawarnana, the East Javanese topogenic poem of 1365. There’s been a lot of…


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Eastern Indonesia in the Desawarnana

A. J. West , December 16th, 2015


       The earliest written documentation of several Indonesian islands occurs in canto 14 of the Desawarnana, the East Javanese topogenic poem of 1365. There's been a lot of…


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BBC: "Cave paintings change ideas about the origin of art"

A. J. West , October 11th, 2014


Indonesian archaeology briefly made the news this week with a story about rock art from Sulawesi. The art, which includes the oldest known figurative drawing in the world…


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