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Accidental Travel Writer: Postcards from Indonesia

Tuesday April 5, 2022
6:30 PM until 7:30 PM

Flyer for Accidental Travel Writer: Postcards from IndonesiaIt’s the world’s largest archipelagic state has the fourth largest population in the world. Strung along the so-called Ring of Fire, Indonesia experiences more than its fair share of natural disasters.
David Mould’s journey begins in the province of Aceh in Sumatra, ground zero for the 2004 tsunami. Amid the urban sprawl and traffic jams of the capital, Jakarta, he finds refuge in the old colonial port of Batavia, once the capital of the Dutch East Indies with its thriving spice trade. In Bali, he avoids Australian surfers on his way to the back country and Hindu temples. Along the way he explores Indonesia’s history of colonialism and regional conflict, its politics, media and environmental challenges.  David Mould, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus of Media Arts and Studies at Ohio University, has traveled widely in Asia and southern Africa.
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