• Vol. 2 No. 1 January 2022
    Vol 2 No 1 (2022)
    The current issue of Jomantara contains five recent studies namely: The Modernity of Naga Village Community: Social Change Study through Visual Media Analysis, Binaural Beat of Bringbrung Music, White Crocodile as Social Criticism of Polygamy Phenomenon in Curug Dahu Village, A Literature Analysis of “Kering” By Iwan Simatupang, and Imagism of Chinese Poem: A Literary Study on Ezra Pound’s Poetry. Hopefully all research can give positive contribution towards art and culture disciplines. 
  • Vol. 1 No. 2 July 2021
    Vol 1 No 2 (2021)
    Journal Jomantara is a peer reviewed International e-Journal written in English. It is published in two issues per year (January and July). The purpose of the journal is to bring a wide spectrum of participants to disseminate research findings of academicians, national and local government units, non-governmental organizations, heritage conservation practitioners and planners, tourism organizations, and the media. Specifically, Journal Jomantara intends to discuss and exchange knowledge on preservation and revitalizing art and culture in the world. Journal Jomantara also caters to recent challenges and opportunities for saving treasured art and culture. Its scope encompasses the thematic as follows: art and culture. This edition covers the discussion on various range of topics such as: 1) Historical cultural study on women empowerment activity in West Java 2) Study of the form and meaning of an artifact in Cirebon, West Java 3) Visual studies of a heritage relic in West Java 4) Study that concern in mixed cultural representation of a character figure and 5) a study in music industry.  
  • Vol. 1 No. 1 January 2021
    Vol 1 No 1 (2021)
    Journal Jomantara is a peer reviewed International e-Journal written in English. It is published in two issues per year (January and July). The purpose of the journal is to bring a wide spectrum of participants to disseminate research findings of academicians, national and local government units, non-governmental organizations, heritage conservation practitioners and planners, tourism organizations, and the media. Specifically, Journal Jomantara intends to discuss and exchange knowledge on preservation and revitalizing art and culture in the world. Journal Jomantara also caters to recent challenges and opportunities for saving treasured art and culture. Its scope encompasses the thematic as follows: art and culture. This edition covers the discussion on various range of topics such as: 1) music as global culture reporoduction, 2) the value contain on traditional game, 3) visual culture on illustration, 4) lingustics issue in Malay language, and 5) the discussion on filming Sundanese local hero.