Research and Collaboration

Our research aims to investigate the complex dynamics of Indonesian (people, places, cultures and the related ecologies), past and present, and draw out theoretical, applied and policy lessons from the findings, and to develop a capacity to respond to challenges in innovative ways. We engage in the following broad research programs with special areal focus on Indonesia:

We collaborate with academic and non-academic bodies, locally and internationally:

      • Collaboration with PanLex, through Udayana University’s Pusat Kajian Lontar and Computer Science department, in developing a corpus of Bali Lontar with Unicode-based Balinese scripts, transcription and translation.