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Wissenschaftliche Publikationen

Publications Dr. Lydia Kieven    


2022 forthcoming
‚A man wandering along cobble stones in ancient Javanese countryside‘, in: Wacana, Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia Vol 2022 (The natural world in the arts of Indonesia and mainland Southeast Asia‘).

 2021
‚Lovers, sailors, fighters in illustrations of Javanese Panji tales manuscripts‘, in: Irene Schneider, Holger Warnk (eds), Knowledge, Science, and Local Tradition – Multiple Perspectives on the Middle East and South East Asia. In Honor of Fritz Schulze, pp. 187-213.
Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz.                                                                               

2020
‚Hanuman – prajurit sakti dan pencegah penyakit‘, in: 9th Borobudur Writers Cultural Festival, 19-23 November 2020. Yogyakarta: Ombak.

(Co-editor with Clara Brakel and Susi Moeimam): Wacana, Journal Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya, Journal of the Humanities of Indonesia. Universitas Indonesia. Vol 21 Panji Stories (in two volumes)
[http://wacana.ui.ac.id/index.php/wjhi/issue/view/50
http://wacana.ui.ac.id/index.php/wjhi/issue/view/51]
Panji and Sekartaji on the move’, in: Wacana, Journal Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya. Vol 21:1, pp. 69-102. [http://wacana.ui.ac.id/index.php/wjhi/article/view/868]

2019
‘Simbolisme relief penggambaran cerita Panji – Manifestasi Tantrayana dalam candi-candi di Jawa Timur?’, in: Andrea Acri, Willem van der Molen, Noerhadi Magetsari, Tommy Christomy, dkk (eds), Tuhan & Alam (Membaca Ulang Pantheisme – Tantrayana dalam Kakawin dan Manuskrip-Manuskrip Kuno Nusantara). 8th Borobudur Writers Cultural Festival, pp. 256-283. Yogyakarta: Ombak.

2018
Menelusuri Panji dan Sekartaji – Tradisi Panji dan Proses Transformasinya pada Zaman kini. Yogyakarta: Ombak.

2017
Menelusuri Panji di Candi-Candi. Jakarta: Gramedia. [re-print of Menelusuri Figur Bertopi dalam Relief Candi Zaman Majapahit 2014.]

Getting closer to the primordial Panji? Panji stories carved in stone at ancient Javanese Majapahit temples’, paper presented at the Conference The Panji/Inao traditions in Southeast Asia, Bangkok 2-6 March 2013, Bangkok: SEAMEO-SPAFA.
[http://www.spafajournal.org/index.php/spafajournal/article/view/172].

2016
‘Panji and Candrakirana lost in separation – three ancient East Javanese sculptures’, in: Amerta Jurnal Penelitian dan Pengembangan Arkeologi (Journal of archaeological research and development) Vol 34, No. 1, Juni 2016, pp. 31-48. Jakarta: Pusat Penelitian Arkeologi Nasional Kementerian Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan.
[https://jurnalarkeologi.kemdikbud.go.id/index.php/amerta/article/view/74]             

2015
‚Tempel in Ostjava – Wandel und Erneuerung rituellen Lebens’, in: A. Reinecke und M. Tjoa-Bonatz (Hrsg.): Archäologie im Schatten von Angkor: Fundamente der Hochkulturen Südostasiens. Sonderband Archäologie und Geschichte Südostasiens (Reihe „Zaberns Bildbände zur Archäologie”), pp. 112-121. Darmstadt: Verlag Philipp von Zabern.

KITA – Das Magazin der Deutsch-Indonesischen Gesellschaft, Sonderheft: Panji- Wiederbelebung eines javanischen Kulturerbes 1/2015 (edited by Lydia Kieven): ‘Budaya Panji – Panji-Kultur I’, KITA 1/2015: 4-15;‘Budaya Panji – Panji-Kultur II’, KITA 1/2015: 54-58.

2014
‘Simbolisme Cerita Panji dalam Relief-Relief di Candi Zaman Majapahit dan Nilainya pada Masa Kini’, Perpustakaan Nasional RI (ed.), Prosiding Seminar Naskah Kuna Nusantara “Cerita Panji Sebagai Warisan Dunia”, Jakarta, 28-29 Oktober 2014, pp.  263-280. Jakarta.

Menelusuri Figur Bertopi dalam Relief Candi Zaman Majapahit. Pandangan Baru terhadap Fungsi Religius Candi-Candi Periode Jawa Timur Abad ke-14 dan ke-15. Jakarta: EFEO. [translation of the English publication Following the cap-figure in Majapahit temple reliefs. A new look at the religious function of East Javanese temples 14th to 15th centuries.]

‚Panji dan Candrakirana’, in: Kris Budiman (ed.), Arca: Sepilihan Teks dan Foto tentang Seni Arca Klasik, pp. 86-89. Yogyakarta: Sangkring Art Space.

‚Perjalanan mengikuti Panji’, in: Ardus M Sawega (ed.), Topeng Panji. Mengajak kepada Yang Tersembunyi, pp. 160-166. Solo: Balai Soedjatmoko.

‘Following Arjuna, Semar, and Panji – Early Evidence of Wayang in Ancient Java’, in:  Ghulam-Sarwar Yousof (ed.), Puppetry for All Times: Papers Presented at the Bali Puppetry Seminar 2013. Setia Darma House of Masks and Puppets, pp. 57-64. Singapore: Partridge Publishing.

Flyer of Publications 2013/2014

2013
Following the cap-figure in Majapahit temple reliefs. A new look at the religious function of East Javanese temples 14th to 15th centuries. Leiden: Brill Publisher.
[Open access: http://www.brill.com/following-cap-figure-majapahit-temple-reliefs]

‚Mengenal Suryo 20 Tahun‘, in: Eka Budianta (ed.), Suryo Kinasih, pp. 70-81. Jakarta: Eugenia.

2011
‘Hanuman, the flying monkey—the symbolism of the Ramayana reliefs at the Main Temple of Candi Panataran’, in: Andrea Acri, Helen Creese, Arlo Griffiths (eds.), From Lankā Eastwards. The Rāmāyana in the Literature and Visual Arts of Indonesia, pp. 209-232. Leiden: KITLV Press.

2010
‘Schatten der Mythen – Javanische Spielfiguren’, in: Museum Folkwang Essen (ed.), “Das schönste Museum der Welt”, Museum Folkwang bis 1933. Ausstellungskatalog, pp. 325-326. Göttingen: Edition Folkwang/Steidl.

2009
‘Panji di Candi Panataran’, Kidung (Majalah Seni dan Budaya) 16: 14-15.

‘Perkelanaan Lydia Kieven’, in: Henri Nurcahyo (ed.), Konservasi Budaya Panji, pp. 25-32. Surabaya: Dewan Kesenian Jawa Timur.

‘Panji di Gunung Penanggungan’, in: ibidem, pp. 123-128.

 2008
‘The symbolism of water in ancient East Javanese art’, TAASA Review [The Journal of the Asian Arts Society of Australia], Vol. 17, no 3: pp. 9-11.

‘A new fashion in male headgear during East Javanese Majapahit time – the tekes-cap in narrative reliefs of Candi Jago’, in: E.A. Bacus, I.C. Glover and P.D. Sharrock (eds.), Interpreting Southeast Asia’s Past: Monument, Image and Text (proceedings from the EurASEAA10 conference Vol II), pp. 193-207, Singapore: National University of Singapore Press.

2007
‘Sound and movement in stone – music and dance in ancient Javanese art’, in: A. Lüderwaldt (ed.), Contemporary Gamelan Music. 3. Internationales Gamelan Musik Festival Bremen 2006, [Jahrbuch XIV Überseemuseum Bremen], pp. 9-22, Bremen: Überseemuseum Bremen.

2003
‘Loving Couples Depicted in Temple Reliefs in East Java of the Majapahit Time’, in: A. Karlström & A. Källén (eds.), Fishbones and Glittering Emblems. Southeast Asia Archaeology 2002, 335-348. Stockholm: Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities.

‘The Architecture and Art of Ancient East Java’, in: Ann R. Kinney, Worshiping Siva and Buddha – The Temple Art of East Java, pp. 29-41, Honolulu: Hawaii University Press. [and scholarly text editing]

2000
‘Arjuna, Bhima and Panji: three heros at Candi Kendalisodo’, in: M. Klokke (ed.), Narrative sculpture and literary traditions in South and South East Asia, pp. 42-50. Leiden – Köln: Brill.

1998
‘The meditation of Arjuna’, in: Pierre-Yves Manguin (ed.), Southeast Asian Archaeology 1994  (Paris 24th-28th October 1994), pp. 161-169. Hull: Centre for Southeast Asian Studies, Hull University.

1997
Polyglott-Reiseführer Java. München (Co-Autor C. Vogt).

“Der altjavanische Meditationsplatz Candi Kendalisada am Berg Penanggungan in Ostjava”, in: K. Lutter und P. Ziegenhain (Hrsg.), Vom altjavanischen Tempel zum Internet, pp. 12-26. Köln.

1995
“Ostjavanische Tempelreliefs und ihre Ikonographie”, in: A. und E. Eggebrecht (eds.), Versunkene Königreiche Indonesiens, pp. 249-256. Hildesheim: Verlag Philipp von Zabern.

1994
Arjunas Askese. Ihre Darstellung im altjavanischen Arjunawiwaha und auf ausgewählten ostjavanischen Reliefs. Bonn: Holos. [Publication of M.A. thesis]

 

Translations

2015
Translation of Avianti Armand: Perfect & other short stories. Jakarta: Lontar Foundation.

1997
Translation of Claude Jacques, Angkor. Munich: Hirmer.

Translation of Gilles Béguin, Suzanne Held, Nepal. Munich: Hirmer.

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