Gillian Irwin, 2017 American Fulbright Student Program Grantee, submitted her thoughts and observations on musical instrument Recorder (or Pianika in Indonesian) in Ethnomusicology Review’s Sounding Board: Crossing Border blog. The article in its entirety is uploaded below. Gillian is a PhD candidate at the University of California, Davis. Her current work is on character education and.. Read More..
Fulbright Senior Specialist, Professor Stephen Siebert from W.A. Franke College of Forestry & Conservation University of Montana (UM CFC) worked with Universitas Hasanuddin counterparts from November 29 to December 12, 2017 during which time he presented four seminars, toured UNHAS campus and off-campus facilities, and in collaboration with UNHAS faculty identified potential collaborative teaching and research.. Read More..
US Fulbright Scholar to Indonesia Dr. Nancy Karraker and some of her team members are arriving at their research site at Rawa Aopa Watumohai National Park in the village of Tatangge, Southeast Sulawesi. Her research will focus on documenting how populations of Southeast Asian box turtles differ between swamps and ponds inside the national park.. Read More..
Ethnomusicologist Dr. Philip Yampolsky may have visited Indonesia countless times. However, his recent visit to the country was particularly unique for him as it dubbed him as a “flying professor.” In just six weeks, he has visited dozens of universities in various parts of the archipelago. Dr. Yampolsky, a scholar with extensive field research experience.. Read More..
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