“People Perception and Toilet Design Diversity” Written by Gunawan Tanuwidjaja ST.MSc. | Meilinda SS. MA. | Erandaru, ST. MSc | Heru Dwi W. MPd. | Obed Bima Wicandra SSn. MA. | Aniendya Christianna S.Sn. | Budi Prasetyadi, SSn. | Stefanny Irawan, SS. MA. | Petra Christian University This module is about various toileting cultures of Surabaya people. There are different toileting habits and toilet designs used by Surabaya people. The difference...

Written by Natalia Paranoan, S.E., M.Si. Ak., | Wendy K. Tikupadang, S.E. | Universitas Kristen Indonesia Paulus Makasar Buffalo in Toraja culture is not only used as animal sacrifice, but also as a non monetary exchange. In Toraja, people use buffalo in trading activities, since they value buffalo as the highest treasure, which is more valuable than gold. Buffalo is used as a standard of measuring the value called tedong sang pala. This pract...

Written by Dr. Rully Adi Nugroho & co-workers | Satya Wacana Christian University This module is about local agricultural knowledge practiced in rice paddy farming system and on how the knowledge is constructed and disseminated among farmers in Central Java and Jogjakarta. The information and knowledge presented here were obtained from anthropological approach field observations based on semi-structured interviews with ing rice paddy farme...

Written by Adri Gabriel Sooai, ST.MT | Widya Mandira Catholic University This module is a documentary on the history, nutrition facts, and recipes of West Timor staple food. It presents the audio visual presentations of how local people cook some of the most famous local staple food. Interviews were conducted to gain in-depth information about the history, nutrition, the preparation, and the serving of food as well as information about herbal ...

Written by Stephanus V. Mandagi, PhD | Sam Ratulangi University This module is about Manee – one of many traditions practices by islanders in Indonesia that supports preservation of marine resources. Manee has been practiced by Kakorotan Islanders in Talaud, North Sulawesi Province.  Manee is a local knowledge on preservation of marine resources based on temporal scale or variation. According to this local knowledge the islanders are pro...

Written by Dra. Tjandrasih Adji, M. Hum. | Drs. Silverio R. | L. Aji Sampurno, M.Hum. | Drs. Y.R. Subakti, M.Pd. |Iwan Binanto, M.Cs. | Universitas Sanata Dharma “Jathilan” is a form of traditional folk arts. It is often regarded as low art form. Nowadays, “Jathilan” has becoming more popular in some diverse communities. “Jathilan” is even accepted in middle and high class society due to the belief that it can foster and instill the value of p...

Written by Drs. Cornelius Niwadolo, MM | Drs. Ratmoko | Rini Susriyani, SS., M Hum | Widya Karya Catholic University Malang One of the fading traditional arts is children’s traditional games. The loss of children’s traditional games is detrimental to the culture of Malang, as many of those games contain values and skills that are important for children’s development. One of such games is a called Nyai Puthut. The goals of this project are: (1)...

Written by Dr. V. Kristina Ananingsih, MSc. | Soegijapranata Catholic University This module presents rich descriptions of stages in Javanese wedding ceremony. In Javanese culture, marriage ceremony is an important milestone of one’s life. It is an essential time to celebrate because it is the unity of two people who have different traits and backgrounds. In this module, readers will learn the marriage rituals from Yogyakarta dan Solo, two Jav...

Written by Umi Proboyekti, S.Kom, MLIS | Budi Susanto, S.Kom, MT | Duta Wacana Christian University The Prototype Jogjasiana is a project whose purpose is to set up a website containingvarious information, which is called object, about Yogyakarta. Yogyakarta is a short term for Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, a special district equivalent to a province. Each object represents the uniqueness of Yogyakarta. Jogjasiana project was divided into 4 majo...

Written by Peggy Magdalena Jonathans, SPd, MA | Artha Wacana Christian University This module is about an initial stage to digitalize culture and traditions of Timor island with the aims to bring the life complexity encountered by Atoin Meto (or commonly known as Timorese) into the global viewers through a drama depicting one of most pressing issues faced by theTimor island, i.e. ‘the drought’ and how local tradition was made at last to solve ...

Reviving the Children’s Traditional Game “Nyai Puthut” in Malang, East Java
Reviews / April 22, 2016

Written by Drs. Cornelius Niwadolo, MM | Drs. Ratmoko | Rini Susriyani, SS., M Hum | Widya Karya Catholic University Malang One of the fading traditional arts is children’s traditional games. The loss of children’s traditional games is detrimental to the culture of Malang, as many of those games contain values and skills that are important for children’s development. One of such games is a called Nyai Puthut. The goals of this projec...

Preserving Local Knowledge: “Javanese Wedding Ceremony: Food & Layout Aspects”
Reviews / April 22, 2016

Written by Dr. V. Kristina Ananingsih, MSc. | Soegijapranata Catholic University This module presents rich descriptions of stages in Javanese wedding ceremony. In Javanese culture, marriage ceremony is an important milestone of one’s life. It is an essential time to celebrate because it is the unity of two people who have different traits and backgrounds. In this module, readers will learn the marriage rituals from Yogyakarta dan Sol...

Jogjasiana Prototype: Jogja in Jogja Collection
Reviews / April 21, 2016

Written by Umi Proboyekti, S.Kom, MLIS | Budi Susanto, S.Kom, MT | Duta Wacana Christian University The Prototype Jogjasiana is a project whose purpose is to set up a website containingvarious information, which is called object, about Yogyakarta. Yogyakarta is a short term for Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, a special district equivalent to a province. Each object represents the uniqueness of Yogyakarta. Jogjasiana project was divided i...

Traditional Customs and Traditions of Timor Island Depicted in a Drama Performance
Reviews / April 20, 2016

Written by Peggy Magdalena Jonathans, SPd, MA | Artha Wacana Christian University This module is about an initial stage to digitalize culture and traditions of Timor island with the aims to bring the life complexity encountered by Atoin Meto (or commonly known as Timorese) into the global viewers through a drama depicting one of most pressing issues faced by theTimor island, i.e. ‘the drought’ and how local tradition was made at last...