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Disclosure

Written by eastern writer on Friday, March 14, 2008

Starting from now, this blog will be managed by a team. The team supported by three "cool" and "smart" guys. I myself and some of my colleagues in English Department, Faculty of Letters, Diponegoro University (one of the famous universities in Indonesia) to send their article in this blog.

We are very proud to say that one of our respected lecturers who currently promoting the concept of lakonet (lakon refers to a Javanese Play. Lakonet means lakon on the net), Siswo Harsono, allow us to post his works in this blog. Previously these works in Indonesian and some local language published at blog lakonet.com (I am as the admin). The english version now will be posted on this blog. Hopefully this english version of lakonet will reach the wider reader.

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  1. 1 komentar: Responses to “ Disclosure ”

  2. By Anonymous on June 6, 2008 at 10:36 AM

    I am the 'eastern writer' you refered to as the author of the essay: Contemporary Arabic Literature and World Literature: A Methodological Proposition" which has been published on your website. To have more ample information on my biography and publications in six European languages, apart from Arabic, my mother tongue, you need only to have recourse to the google search machine by typing my name there: Magdi Youssef.

    I have tried to communicate with you via email to tell you that you might be further interested in my other essays, such as: The Myth of European Literaure , and : The Problem of the Model in Contemporary Theater. You can find them at the website: www.art-in-society.de ( zero issue). Further on I wouldn't mind collaborating with your site, as I find it an excellent idea, and if you like to, I can even come to Indonesia and lecture at some conferences of Literary and Cultural Studies. The travel expenses can be payed for by the Egyptian governement provided that an official ivitation to a conference would be addressed to me via the Egyptian Ambassador to Indonesia. I could come to your lovely country in the course of next August/September, as I have to hold/organize an international conference of the International Association of Intercultural Studies (IAIS) of which I am founder/president the in the beginnign of next October in Europe. The theme of this conference will be: World Culture from the Standpoint of Marginalized Cultures: The Contemporary Arab and Islamic Cutlures as an Example. If you could recomment to me one or two highly distinguished scholars from Indonesian Universities that could contribute with relevant papers to this congress, I would be ready to invite them at the cost of the conference which will be held early next Oct. at a renowned European University.

    Please, respond at your earliest convenience at my email(s):
    magdiyou@mailer.eun.eg
    magdi_youssef@hotmail.com

    Magdi Youssef, prof.dr
    President, International Associaition of Intercultural Studies (IAIS).

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