A rare view: Barbara Hatley’s new book documents a career-long study of, and passion for performance in Central Java
Baulch, Emma (2010) A rare view: Barbara Hatley’s new book documents a career-long study of, and passion for performance in Central Java. Inside Indonesia, 102.
Javanese Performances on an Indonesian Stage: Contesting Culture, Embracing Change, is Barbara Hatley’s first book about the performing arts in Indonesia, a topic that piqued her interest while undergoing a masters program at Yale University in the late 1960s. In this sense, it is a landmark study, for Hatley has since become very well known in Indonesianist circles, especially among those with an interest in matters of culture, popular and elite. Until recently, her writings on Indonesian performing arts have only been available in the form of journal articles and book chapters...
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