Samudra Editorial

 

Some thoughts on decolonising the university
With his own insight into the field, Jochem van den Boogert gives us his thoughts on decolonising the university. Mr. van den Boogert approaches the issue by answering the questions of how did this issue come about, what can be done, and how can we approach the issue today? Some ...
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Understanding Chinese Political Philosophy: Confucianism
During the course of our studies here, we're often still taught the main theories of Western political thought. This article strives to present a wider set of views on political theory by giving a brief overview of one of the strands of Chinese political thought: Confucianism. Karl-Johan Petersen, Contributor, The ...
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Decolonizing Leiden University? A Reflection
How can we deal with countries' colonial pasts and the impacts these histories have had on individuals? Following a panel discussion in May, a very brief summary and reflection based on this question is presented below. Decolonizing Leiden University? A Reflection Sebastian Sirotin, Publication Manager, and Alessandra Barrow, SSEA Com ...
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Inge’s Nasi Goreng
Not a fan of tempeh or want something on the side? Then look no further than this recipe for Nasi Goreng. Though there're endless variations, this is a good basis from which to start. Selamat Makan! Ibrahim Schell, Contributor, The Netherlands Inge's Nasi Goreng Serves 4 people Ingredients: 4 cloves ...
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