Date(s) - 06/10/2016
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Monash is excited to host the award-winning Indonesian novelist and journalist Leila S. Chudori (born Jakarta, 1962). In this conversation, she will be talking about her best-selling novel, Pulang (translated into English and published by Vellum Press under the title Home). About Pulang, Leila has said:
I wanted to tell the story of political exiles who could not return home. Those who lived far from their homeland but still felt they were a part of Indonesia, no matter what kind of passports they were issued and no matter how the government treated them.
She will also talk about her latest major work: a recent essay written for the Australia-Indonesia Centre series.
Registration is essential:
Please note that parking at Monash Clayton is difficult at this point due to building activities. If you are considering driving to the seminar, please consult this webpage for updates about parking at Monash: http://www.monash.edu/people/transport-parking/parking-at-clayton