Kam, 23 Sep|
The 3rd INTERNATIONAL FORUM ON SPICE ROUTE (IFSR) 20-23 September 2021
"Maritime Culture: Boat Technology"
Time & Location
23 Sep 2021 16.00 – 18.00
About the Event
As a commodity, spice plays a unique role. Spice exceeds its natural function, affecting the patterns of lifes and knowledge of people across cultures and nations. This is where knowledge of river and sea shipping takes on its role in circulating these products into economic commodities that encourage trade. Not only that, overland routes that have already been formed contribute directly to forming a very wide cross-regional exchange network, where spice producers and users have never met face-to-face because they live in far apart places.Contributing Speakers:• Prof. Daniel Rosyid, Ph.D. (Indonesia) Rosyid College of Arts & Maritime Studies• Prof. Sarah Ward, Ph.D. (Australia) Dalian Maritime University, China• Horst Liebner, Ph.D. (Germany) Independent Researcher• Samodra, Ph.D. (Indonesia) Rosyid College of Arts & Maritime StudiesModerator: Kaisar Akhir, MT. (Indonesia) Indonesian Maritime YouthThank you to all contributing speakers, communities and organizations for the enthusiasm in supporting this program. IFSR is a contribution from the people to support Indonesia's endeavor to nominate the Spice Route as world heritage.•Follow us at IG @negerirempah to get updated information on schedules, speakers, and more!•Registration: bit.ly/RegistrationIFSR2021•#JalurRempah #SpiceRoute #NegeriRempah #IFSR2021 #CulturalDiplomacy