7th International Symposium of Journal Anthropology Indonesia

Posted: 30-07-2019 | ISRSF
Category: berita

2019 Arryman Fellows Symposium,Jakarta 21 June 2019 About the conference
International Symposium of Journal Antropologi Indonesia (ISJAI) is a highly prestigious interdisciplinary annual conference held by the Journal Anthropology Indonesia, a journal published by Department of Anthropology, Universitas Indonesia since 1969. Specifically, it is the biggest and well-known international conference of anthropology in Indonesia. Hundreds of presenters came from various countries, present their field works or research on Indonesia in this conference.


This year conference will be in Jogjakarta, hosted by Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) and coordinated by both Universitas Indonesia (UI) and UGM. This year conference also holds a special meaning for the Arryman Program since 9 Arryman Scholars will participate as either panel conveners or presenters. The conference will be a great opportunity for the Arryman Program to showcase its scholars current research to the academic community in UGM and beyond. This proposal details the collective budget proposed to EDGS as well as the list of Arryman scholars and their role in the conference.


Dates and Place
The conference will be held at Faculty of Cultural Sciences Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta 23-26 July 2019.

Proposed Activities
Nine Arryman Scholars plan to participate in this conference both as presenters and panel conveners. We will really appreciate it if the Arryman program would covers our logistical expenses.

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Name

Role

Panel

Paper Title

Sindhunata Hargyono

Panel convener & Presenter

Panel 20. Governmental Practices in Indonesia: Non-Calculative Modality, State Power, and the (Im)Possibility of Politics

The Aesthetic Turn in Indonesian Border Governance: Border-Crossings Beautification, Infrastructural Violence, and Ruin as a Time-Space for Political Reorganization

Sari Ratri

Panel convener & Presenter

Panel 20. Governmental Practices in Indonesia: Non-Calculative Modality, State Power, and the (Im)Possibility of Politics

They Call It a Revolution”: Affect in Reproductive Governance and Health Politics in Indonesia

Perdana Putri Roswaldy

Panel convener

Panel 18. On The Making of Commodities Under Category: Resource Exploitation

 

Rahardhika Utama

Panel convener

Panel 18. On The Making of Commodities Under Category: Resource Exploitation

 

Febi Ramadhan

Presenter

Panel 20. Governmental Practices in Indonesia: Non-Calculative Modality, State Power, and the (Im)Possibility of Politics

The Conspicuous Face of Punishment: Spectatorship as a Mode of Governance in the Context of Public Caning in Aceh, Indonesia

Sofyan Ansori

Presenter

Panel 09. Anthropology and the Recentralization of Natural Resource Policy

Subjectivity and Forest Fires Governance in Indonesia: The Making of Environmental Inmates?

Atmaezer H. Simanjuntak

Presenter

Panel 10. Structuring Diversity: Values, Political-Economic Order and Inter-Societal Relations in an Indonesian Archipelago

Palm Oil Tree Fetish: A Plantation God in the Process of Construction in West Kalimantan

Yoes Kenawas

Presenter

Panel 19. Beyond Disciplinary Diversity and Debates in Parallel Universes: Anthropology and Political Science in Conversation

Performative Acts in Indonesia’s Electoral Democracy

Gde Dwitya

Panel convener

Panel 19. Beyond Disciplinary Diversity and Debates in Parallel Universes: Anthropology and Political Science in Conversation