Step into a world rich with indigenous wisdom and cultural heritage. Explore literary works, oral traditions, and artistic manifestations that served as the cornerstone of education in pre-colonial Indonesia. Delve into the reservoir of knowledge embedded in inscriptions, artifacts, and ancestral objects. Join us on a journey of rediscovery, as we uncover the profound teachings of harmonious coexistence and self-reflection that shaped Indonesia’s vibrant society. Discover the voices of the archipelago and their enduring significance in contemporary times.

Learn more on:

  • How did colonialism impact the preservation and transmission of indigenous knowledge in the Nusantara Archipelago?
  • In what ways did cultural artifacts like Batik and Songket serve as vehicles for teaching in pre-colonial Indonesian society?
  • How did educational priorities shift in Indonesia from a culturally focused curriculum to one emphasizing academic knowledge?


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