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Publications by Lydia Kieven

2018

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

2017

Menelusuri Panji di Candi-Candi. Jakarta: Gramedia. [new 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 (Online Journal).

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.

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

‘Perjalanan mengikuti Panji’, dalam: 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.

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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