Vol 1 No 2 (2023): Edisi 2

ISSN Online : 3031-7657

Javanese Language, Literature, and Culture Study Program, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Arnawa is an intellectual sanctuary dedicated to unraveling the intricate layers of Javanese identity through the lenses of language, literature, and culture. Nestled within the cultural heartland of Java, this journal serves as a vibrant forum for the exchange of scholarly discourse, fostering a profound understanding of the diverse facets that define Javanese existence.
Arnawa is a biannual publication of the Javanese Language, Literature and Culture Study Program, Faculty of Cultural Sciences at Gadjah Mada University, released in June and December each year. We extend an open invitation to scholars and practitioners alike, encouraging active participation in the vibrant exchange of ideas, insights, and research. This collaborative endeavor seeks to enrich our collective comprehension of the nuanced facets that characterize the world of Javanese culture.


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