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Title Vernacular mobility: discursive dimensions of travel and migration in, from, and to Java in three eras
Period 01 / 2005 - 12 / 2007
Status Completed
Research number OND1308989
Data Supplier Nederlandse Organisatie voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek (NWO)

Abstract

In contemporary Indonesia, which nolens volens has Java and 80million Javanese speakers at its heart, ethnicity and language andtheir relations to place are changing rapidly, owing in part to theunprecedented speed and volume of traffic of people, and of theirdiscourse. Java today is a time/zone of dynamic and intensive contactacross languages and ethnicities. "Vernacular mobility" is atransdisciplinary, international research project set up to explorethe movement of people and representations to Java, in Java, and fromJava. It focuses on the discursive features ? language and textincluded ? of this travel, migration, and circulation.

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Project leader Prof.dr. J.G. Oosten

Classification

A82100 Structure of the population and migration
A85300 Leisure activities
C20000 Development studies
D63000 Cultural anthropology
D64000 Demography

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