Retransmission sur la web radio de France Culture du colloque
"Les mythes et les contes ont-ils encore un sens ?"
Elizabeth D. INANDIAK : A Ceremonial Meal on the Ruins of Bebekan
Elisabeth INANDIAK PRASETYO explains that Bebekan is a Muslim village without significant problems. The village organized a ceremonial meal: the women of the village received 180 euros to cook a feast for six hundred people. She then describes the atmosphere of this feast, and stresses the role played by the village’s women in local ceremonies. She gives her point of view on the NGO operation while stressing her disapproval of the NGO, Atlas, which was horrified that a feast had been organized amidst the village ruins.
Extract from the folder :
"Bebekan Village in Java: Oral Testimony after the Earthquake of May 2006"
Rumah batu/Rumah batin, "House of Stone/House of Soul"
Reading list for a graduate level anthropology course
Cultural anthropology -- Development economics -- Educational sociology --