Warisan Ingatan is a series of webinars initiated by several artists, scholars, and people from civil society who concern about Indonesian history. Warisan Ingatan attempts to present alternative narratives of the events of 1965. Memory is part of the human experience of time and may be defined as how one makes sense of the past in the present. Memory is also an important aspect of social construction, production, and daily performance. Through research, discussions, and spontaneous expression, Warisan Ingatan opens a space to recollect past experiences and discuss them. The webinars generally gather more than a hundred attendants and show a strong interest in the issues we discuss among elders as well as the younger generation.
Estrelita, Gloria Truly. « Pendekatan humanis gereja Katolik pada tahanan politik terduga komunis pasca 1965 ». The Conversation, 18 May 2021. Click here to read.
Mulya, Adrian. Pemenang Kehidupan. Jakarta : Kepustakaaan Populer Gramedia, 2016. Click here for video.
Mark your calendar for our upcoming webinar: 11 June 2021!
Warisan Ingatan 1
Rangga Purbaya and Sirin Farid Stevy from FIS 65 discussed the visual method of the oral stories of 65 survivors and their families. They also explained the data collection process as well as its challenges.
Warisan Ingatan 2
Women Fighter Behind Bars
Under the political pressure of the New Order regime, Utati and Sri Muhayati continued to struggle to defend their humanity and even their femininity. Facing an inhuman life while in prison, they never lost their compassion. As it happens, they showed their strength by continuing solidarity that has survived to this day. These are their stories.
Warisan Ingatan 3
Documenting the History of 1965 Through Writings and Photos
How does the third generation understand the historical narrative of the 1965 tragedy in Indonesia? Through the testimonies of the survivors, Dhianita Kusuma Pertiwi and Adrian Mulya tried to reveal the historical facts.
Warisan Ingatan 4
The Story of Political Prisoners of 65: Who are They?
How do political prisoners differ from common criminal prisoners? How were political prisoners accused of communism treated in prison during the New Order era? Here, Mudjiati and Tumiso tell their stories.