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Fiona Kerlogue, Sang Peneliti Batik Jambi

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Fiona Kerlogue. Penelitik Batik Jambi

Fiona Kerlogue pernah bekerja di Horniman Museum di London, Inggris, utamanya untuk kurasi koleksi-koleksi Asia dan Eropa. Ia Menyelesaikan pendidikan doktor di bidang antropologi di University of Hull pada 1997 dengan disertasi mengenai Batik Jambi, dengan judul “Batik Cloths from Jambi, Sumatra”.

Bidang keahlian utamanya adalah Asia Tenggara. Fiona telah melakukan penelitian di Kamboja, Thailand, Malaysia dan Indonesia. Fiona juga telah menguratori pameran dan melakukan kunjungan studi ke Rumania, India, Jepang dan China. Di Indonesia, wilayah kajian Fiona Kerlogue merambah ke pelbagai daerah di wilayah Indonesia.



Berikut publikasi dan presentasi konferensi Fiona Kerlogue spesifik tentang Jambi dan Sumatra, antara lain:

'Muara Jambi: the journey towards world heritage listing.' In King, V.T. (ed.) 2016. UNESCO in Southeast Asia: World heritage sites in comparative perspective. Copenhagen: Nias Press. pp.237-257.

‘Memory and material culture: a case study from Jambi, Sumatra’. (2011) Indonesia and the Malay World. Volume 39 No. 113. March issue.

(with Wahyu Ernawati) ‘Trade and Sumatran textiles’ in Francine Brinkgreve and Retno Sulistianingsih (eds) Sumatra: Crossroads of Cultures. (2009). Leiden: KITLV Press.

‘House form and ethnic identity: tradition and variation in house style in Jambi Province’, in R. Schefold et al (eds) Indonesian houses Volume 2 Survey of vernacular architecture in western Indonesia. pp.343 – 362. 2008. Leiden: KITLV Press.

 ‘Importing identity: Indian textiles in Jambi, Sumatra’ (2005) in Ruth Barnes (ed.) Textiles in Indian Ocean Societies  Routledge/Curzon.  

‘Jambi batik: A Malay tradition?’ Indonesia and the Malay World Volume 33, Number 96, July 2005, pp. 183-204(22)

‘Jambi Malays’ in Ooi Keat Gin (ed)  Southeast Asia: A Historical Encyclopedia From Angkor Wat to East Timor, 3 vols. (Santa Barbara, Denver, Oxford: ABC-CLIO, 2004)

 ‘Cultural change and the Jambi Seberang house’ (2003) in Reimar Schefold, Peter J.M. Nas and Gaudenz Domenig (eds) (2003) Indonesian Houses : Tradition and Transformation in vernacular Architecture.  Leiden: KITLV Press. Pp. 177-194.

 ‘Meanings and metaphors in the Jambi House’ (2002) in Howell, S. and Sparkes, S. (2002) The House in Southeast Asia: a changing social, economic and political domain. NIAS-Curzon Press pp 53-66.

 (with Michael Hitchcock) (2000) "Tourism development and batik in Jambi."  Indonesia and the Malay World.  Volume 28 no 82.  

‘Interpreting textiles as a medium of communication: cloth and community  in  Malay Sumatra’ (2000)  Asian Studies Review. Volume 24 no 3 September 2000 pp335-347.

"The classical batiks of Jambi" (2000) in Hitchcock, M. (ed) Building on Batik: The Globalization of a Craft Community. Aldershot: Ashgate Press.

‘Preconceptions and problems in cataloguing: the case of Jambi batik’ (1999) Journal of Museum Ethnography.  Volume 11 pp 79-93. 

 ‘The Red Batiks of Jambi: Questions of Provenance’ (1997/8) Textile Museum Journal (Washington D.C.) Volume 36/7 pp 71-86.

Scattered Flowers: batiks from Jambi, Sumatra (1996) University of Hull Press ISBN 0-85958-909-9

 

Conference presentations: 

‘Muara Jambi: shifting perspectives on past and present at a heritage site’ 7th Conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Studies, Technical University of Lisbon, Portugal 9-10th  July 2013.

 ‘Patterns of Malay batik from Sumatra’ Presented at ‘Cultures of Cloth in Sumatra’ , Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire USA. April 18th 2009.

‘Memory, materiality and the museum.’ Presented at the Fifth Annual Symposium of Jurnal Anthropologi Indonesia at Lambung Mangkurat University, Banjarmasin, Indonesia , 22 -26 July 2008.

‘Sulaman Benang Emas: an embroidery tradition from Central Sumatra’ presented at Museum Nasional, Jakarta, Indonesia,  21st to 22nd November 2007.

 ‘The batik of Malay Sumatra.’ Presented at international seminar on ‘The Spirit and Form of Malay Design’, National Museum, Kuala Lumpur, June 2005.

‘Jambi batiks: a Malay tradition?’ Lecture at the Brunei Gallery, University of London School of Oriental and African Studies, in conjunction with the exhibition Spirit of Wood, the Art of Malay Woodcarving, 28th January 2004.

‘Presenting Change: Time and Exhibition in the Ethnographic Museum’. Paper presented at the Decennial Conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists of the United Kingdom and the Commonwealth, University of Manchester 14th to 18th July 2003.

"Transformation and tradition: calligraphy batiks from Jambi." Paper delivered at "Textiles in Changing Times: Identity and the Remaking of Tradition", a symposium at the Fowler Museum of Cultural History, The University of California, Los Angeles, May 15th 1999. 

"Importing identity: Indian textiles in Jambi, Sumatra." Paper delivered at "Textiles in the Indian Ocean", the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology at the University of Oxford, 19-20 March 1999.  

“Food and the Family: assimilation in a Malay village in Sumatra.” Paper delivered at the conference of the European Association of Southeast Asian Studies (EUROSEAS), Hamburg, 2-6 September 1998. 

 “Textiles as a medium of communication in Malay communities in Sumatra.” Paper delivered at the annual conference of the Association of Social Anthropologists 1988 at the University of Kent at Canterbury, 30 March - 3 April 1998.

“Classical Batiks of Jambi.”: Paper presented at the World Batik and Heritage Conference, Gajah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia,  November 1997.

“Cultural change and the Jambi Seberang house.” Paper presented at the European Science Foundation workshop on “Transformation of Houses and settlements in Western Indonesia; changing values and meanings in built forms in history and in the process of modernization.” Leiden University, the Netherlands, June 1997. 

“The red batiks of Jambi: questions of provenance.” Paper presented at the  International Symposium on Indonesian Textiles, National Museum, Jakarta, Indonesia, 6-9 November 1996.

“Malay Meanings and Metaphors in the Jambi House.” Paper presented at the Nordic Symposium on “The House” in Southeast Asia: a changing social, economic and political domain.” University of Oslo, Norway, 6-8 September 1996.

“Textiles, tradition and identity in Jambi, Sumatra.” Paper presented at the 4th Nordic-European Workshop in Advanced Asian Studies. “Cultural Studies in Southeast Asia,” NIAS, Copenhagen, 1995.

 

*Sumber: diolah redaksi Kajanglako dari laman horniman.ac.uk


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