Academic Programs 

Indonesia: Democracy and Development in an Interfaith Context   (TS-650)
Summer 2005

This travel seminar will consider issues of Western/Muslim relations, sustainable development with special attention to recovery from the recent earthquake and tsunami, terrorism, human rights and democracy in an Indonesian context.  Participants will visit Jakarta, Bali, and Yogyakarta: three distinct regions which together reflect Indonesia’s scenic, cultural, and religious diversity.  In each location, participants will meet with religious, academic, political, and civic leaders..  Cost is $3,800, which includes room, board and airfare. An additional $635 will be assessed for those taking the trip for credit. Judo Poerwowidagdo, Director of the Center for Empowering for Reconciliation and Peace, and Robert A. Evans, Executive Director of Plowshares Institute, will lead this special study opportunity in Indonesia.  

For more information about the travel seminar please contact the Plowshares Institute at or call (860) 651-4304.  For more information about receiving graduate level credit please contact Karen Rollins, Registrar at (860)509-9511 or   

You can also find more information on this web site.


Meeting Day, Time and Dates: 
August 1-15, 2005  





Hartford Seminary  77 Sherman Street  Hartford, CT  06105   860-509-9500