2015 Conference

Timor-Leste: iha kontextu local, rejional no global / O local, regional e global / The local, the regional  and the global / Lokal, regional dan global. Volume I and II

Edited by Sarah Smith, Nuno Canas Mendes, Antero B. da Silva, Alarico da Costa Ximenes, Clinton Fernandes and Michael Leach Hawthorn: Swinburne Press, 2016

The papers included in these volumes were presented at the Timor-Leste Studies Association’s ‘Timor-Leste: the local, the regional, and the global’ conference, held at UNTL Liceu Campus, Dili, Timor-Leste, 9 – 15 July 2015. Papers in the collection are divided into two volumes. Volume I contains papers presented in the general programme of the conference, Volume II contains papers presented at the special panel on 1975 – 40 years on.

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Contents – Volume I

Lia Maklokek – Prefácio – Foreword – Prakata

1.    The physical creation of a discipline
Michael Leach and Clinton Fernandes

Timor-Leste iha contextu local, rejional no global

2.    Balansu feminine e maskulinu iha kosmolojia Timor nian (existensia Liurai feto sira Timor nian)
Antero Benedito da Silva

3.    ‘Worldview’, epistemolojia no dezenvolvimentu ne’ebé sensitive ba komunidade
Deborah Cummins

4.    Prezervasaun espresaun kultura Fataluku ne’ebé atu sai Lakon
Kim Dunphy, Ildefonso da Silva, Justino Valentim, Maria Madalena dos Santos, Frederico Caetanom Thomas Lopes, Nelinha Pereira, Lucia Pichler, Holly Schauble no Tessa Dunphy Toumbourou

5.    Tetu-gés: Influénsia portugés ba estrutura Tetun
Catharina Williams-van Klinken ho John Hajek

6.    Koitadu! Nusaa mak hau la liu fali ezame?
Leoneto da Silva Ribeiro ho Melky Fridus Ladis Costa Akoyt

7.    Fatin hodi halimar iha Timor-Leste: Projetu halimar fatin Lospalos
James Nash no Sr. Ildefonso da Silva

8.    Ukun rasik an, dezenvolvimentu no prosesu harii paz Indíjena iha Timor-Leste
Sophia Close

9.    Subsidiu ba idozu: Hare’e fali politika ‘cash transfer’ nao- kondisional iha Timor-Leste
Therese Nguyen Thi Phuong Tam

10.    Valóres konsuetudináriu (customary values) no influénsia globál iha atitude foinsa’e sira kona-ba jéneru no violénsia iha Timor-Leste
Abel Boavida dos Santos ho Ann Wigglesworth

11.    Tetun Dili laos Dili nian ona: Tetun Dili nudar lian inan tuir dadus sensus 2004 ho 2010 nian
Catharina Williams-van Klinken, Rob Williams ho Helio Brites da Silva

Timor-Leste: O local, regional e global

12.    Um estudo etnográfico a partir do olhar de professores formados e estudantes em formação de língua portuguesa sobre as políticas linguísticas em Timor-Leste
Alan Silvio Ribeiro Carneiro

13.    Gestão de resíduos sólidos na comunidade de Dili
Bia Ble Hitu Carvalho de Jesus ho Zulmira Ximenes da Costa

14.    Memórias contestadas: monumentos funerários em Lospalos
Rui Graça Feijó e Susana de Matos Viegas

15.    A ‘Timorização’ dos apelidos Portugueses
Dulce Marques

16.    O trauma do colaboracionista num romance curto de Timor-Leste
Isabel Moutinho

17.    Governando pessoas, coisas e rituais. A construção da nação como um processo de purificação em Timor-Leste.
Kelly Silva

18.    Perspectivas e trajetórias de vida: mulheres de Timor-Leste com ensino superior
Camila Tribess, Cláudia Kreidloro, Ethiana Sarachin, Gabriela Batista, Juliana Santiago, Vanessa Diniz

19.    ‘CEUTA’, um laço lusófono
Carlos Leitão Carreira

Timor-Leste: the local, the regional and the global

20.    Portugal and the Netherlands in Timor, 1945-1949
Steven Farram

21.    Road traffic accidents and policy interventions in Dili
José Lucas Do Carmo Da Silva and Bernardo Idalina Leto

22.    Coconut shells as oviposition sites for vectors of dengue and chikungunya in Same, Manufahi
Esther Anderson

23.    Prevalence of round worm (ascaris suum) in pigs in Timor Leste
Acacio Cardoso Amaral and Joana da Costa Freitas

24.    Prevalence of round worm (toxocara vitulorum) in Balinese cattle calves in the western region of Timor-Leste
Acacio Cardoso Amaral, Joana da Costa Freitas and Ana Maria da C. G. Noronha

25.    The structural marginalisation of the districts under UNTAET
Sue Ingram

26.    The CPLP strategy for the oceans
Eliana Sofia da Silva Pereira

27.    Uncovering historical sites: Finding the locations of historical weather station sites in Timor-Leste
Samuel Bacon and Florindo Morais Neto

28.    Timor Leste government initiatives and civil society in contributing to the prevention of domestic violence
Abílio António Freitas Belo

29.    Liberating the people: young adults, political reconciliation and constitution in Timor-Leste
Sara ten Brinke

30.    Procedures, perspectives, politics and peace: The 2012 national elections in Timor-Leste
Emily Toome

31.    Towards an architecture of appropriate technology in Timor-Leste
Peter Clements

32.    Physical activity and child growth in rural Timor-Leste
Phoebe Spencer, Debra Judge, Kathy Sanders and Pedro Canisio Amaral

33.    The conflict in East Timor and democratization in Indonesia: The struggle of youths over the discourse on East Timor
Takahiro Kamisuna

34.    MOOCs4Development? Action research into open online learning in Timor-Leste
Monty King

35.    The relationship between reading attitude and reading achievement in L2 English and L1 Tetun by Timor-Leste university students
Jorge da Silveira Guterres and Michael Harrington

36.    Expectations of development: The Tasi Mane project in Suai-Covalima
Judith Bovensiepen, Monis Filipe and Flaviano Freitas

37.    Echoing alternative voices: The East Timorese in Macao
Emilie Tran

38.    Timor-Leste’s complex geopolitics: the local, the regional and the global
David Willis

39.    Relational dimensions within Timor-Leste customary society
Josh Trindade

40.    Oceans, oysters and oil: a survey of Australia’s maritime agenda in the Timor Sea to 1970
Kim McGrath

41.    Institution building in Timor-Leste: between the UN and national ownership
Carla Luís

42.    Language and cultural resources in the creation of new, diasporic spaces: young migrants from Timor-Leste in the UK
Estêvão Cabral and Marilyn Martin-Jones

43.    Towards an integrated and accessible mental health care system in Timor Leste
Ritsuko Kakuma, Susana Barnes, Herculano Seixas dos Santos and Lisa Palmer

44.    Considerations for marketing Timor-Leste as a tourist destination
Sara Currie

45.    Violence and spatiality in the context of hybridity
Damian Grenfell

46.    Managing persons, things and rituals: nation building as purification in Timor-Leste
Kelly Silva

47.    Australia’s recognition of the Indonesian annexation of East Timor: The Timor Sea boundary negotiation nexus (1976-1978)
Kim McGrath

Timor-Leste: lokal, regional dan global

48.    Kesepakatan mengenai referendum di Timor-Leste
Celestino Boavida Pereira

49.    Strategi komunikasi dalam pengembangan pariwisata kota Dili Timor Leste
Constancia de Jesus

50.    Kebijakan pengelolaan hasil migas oleh pemerintah untuk meningkatkan kesejahteraan rakyat Timor Leste
Felisberto de Carvalho

51.    Fungsi tara bandu sebagai bentuk kearifan lokal dalam pembangunan pertanian berkelanjutan
António Gusmão

52.    Implementasi kebijakan pendidikan gratis terhadap anak sekolah di Timor-Leste
Victor Soares

Contents – Volume II

Lia Maklokek – Prefácio – Foreword – Prakata
Michael Leach

1.    Introduction
Clinton Fernandes

1975 – 40 years on

2.    We’ve been spying on you for decades: ASIO and the early Australian solidarity movement
Bob Boughton, Deborah Durnan and Antero Benedito da Silva

3.    Blood sacrifice at Balibo: Australia as a ‘party principal’
Clinton Fernandes

4.    The emergence of an East Timorese women’s movement
Hannah Loney

5.    Life and death in the mountains of Timor-Leste: the case of Ponta Leste
Estêvão Cabral

6.    Occupation and resistance: primary sources in East Timor history, 1975-1989
John Waddingham

7.    Benedict Anderson and the independence of Timor-Leste
Arnold Kohen

8.    Your friends do not forget you: early Australian activism on the ‘Timor issue’ 1975-1979
Michael Clancy

9.    The anti-FRETILIN hit list, secret briefings and the co-option of Australian foreign policy, 1974-1975
Peter Job

10.    Foreign Minister Willesee’s policy: Searching for a solution based on the will of the Timorese
Tomohiko Kimura

11.    Hawks and doves: The United Kingdom and the Indonesian invasion of East Timor
Warren Evans

12.    The FRETILIN literacy manual of 1974-75: an exploration of early nationalist themes
Michael Leach

13.    ‘To think about the school and its issues is a right and a duty’: Decolonising the education system in East Timor in 1975.
António Barbedo de Magalhães

14.    As eleições de 1975 para as comissões executivas locais e regional: Uma contribuição para a história da democracia em Timor-Leste
Manuel Luís Real

15.    A primavera de 1974 em Portugal e Timor na boca dos leões
Vicente Paulino

16.    Pensar nos problemas da Escola é um direito e um dever: a descolonização do ensino em Timor em 1975
António Barbedo de Magalhães

17.    Forty years after 1975: Perspectives from Canadian archival records
David Webster

18.    New Zealand’s role in 1975
Maire Leadbeater

Online papers only

1. Customary values and global influences in youth attitudes to gender and violence in Timor-Leste
Ann Wigglesworth and Abel Boavida dos Santos

2. Worldview, epistemology, and community-sensitive development
Deborah Cummins

3. Projetu Tasi Mane (Refinaria Betano): Mehi Ukun-Nain no obstakulu sira
Juvinal Dias

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