PoP's textual historian Wayan Jarrah Sastrawan examines Balinese accounts of an eruption of Mount Agung that occurred 300 years ago, in order to contextualise its current activity. Where technical geological terms appear in the article, they are underlined and you can hover over them to get a quick definition from G.J. Hudak's Glossary of Volcanic Terms (2001). Bali’s largest … Continue reading Mount Agung’s 18th-Century Eruption
Graves told stories of geographical, familial ties, folklore and culture, and spanned the realms of the sacred and profane.