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/ba∙ca/ with New Naratif: Environmental Migration in Kalimantan
27 October @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
/ba∙ca/ with New Naratif is a reading group series that invites members to come together to discuss selected stories published by New Naratif.
Mass migration and environmental factors are deeply intertwined – but where migration once drove environmental changes in Indonesia, the reverse is happening today. How is this phenomenon linked to historical factors stretching back to colonial extractive practices, only to be echoed as the new capital of Indonesia takes shape in this province?
In this session of /ba∙ca/ with New Naratif, we’ll explore environmental migration in Kalimantan with the author of this month’s explainer, Lengga Pradipta, and environmental activist, Pangeran Nasution, placing the human story at the heart of this narrative.
We look forward to discussing Kalimantan’s Warning: The Intertwined Dynamics of Environmental Degradation and Internal Migration with you!
LENGGA PRADIPTA: A researcher focused on human ecology and migration issues. Previously, she worked in several international organisations and research institutions. Her latest writing can be found in the Routledge book series: Risk Perception and Disaster Management of Women in Dealing with Floods in Urban Indonesia.
PANGERAN NASUTION: An activist and researcher who has an interest in environmental, economic and political anthropology studies. He actively defended indigenous people’s rights and conducted research on degradation and palm oil. He is currently working on a tobacco plantation and its implications for the forest landscape in Java, Indonesia. Aside from his role as an activist, he is also a lecturer at Dept. Anthropology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Malikussaleh, Aceh.
- Kalimantan’s Warning: The Intertwined Dynamics of Environmental Degradation and Internal Migration by Lengga Pradipta
- Peeling Back the Facade of Indonesia’s Colonial New Capital by Fadhilah Fitri Primandari and Sahnaz Melasandy
- Making Space in Critical Environmental Geography for the Metabolic Rift by John Bellamy Foster
- Territorializing spatial data: Controlling land through One Map projects in Indonesia and Myanmar by Hilary Oliva Faxona, Jenny E. Goldstein, Micah R. Fisher, Glenn Hunt
This event is free for all members. Non-members can purchase a US$5 ticket that includes a month of New Naratif membership.
Artwork by Konijn Sate.