Sindhunata Hargyono

Grants and Award
  • 2017 LPDP Awardee
  • Graduate Student Dissertation Research Travel Award on 2017 and 2018
  • 1. Buru: A Microcosm of New Order Vision toward Rakyat” in "Caged and Uncaged: Trajectories of Subjection and the (Im)Possibility of Freedom," 2016, Los Angeles, USA
  • "Double-Edged Sword: The (Secular) Agency-Hunting in North American Borderland Historiography," in "Borderlands Literatures and Histories," 2017, Evanston, USA
  • "There is Definitely Something to See Here: Independence Day Ceremony at the Indonesian Margin” in "6th Conference of the Asian Borderlands Research Network, Borderland Spaces: Ruins, Revival(s) and Resources," 2018, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
  • Panel Chair, "Governmental Practices in Indonesia: Non-Calculative Modality, State Power, and the (Im)Possibility of Politics," in "The 7th International Symposium of Journal Antropologi Indonesia," 2019 (upcoming), Yogyakarta, Indonesia
  • Present his paper "Religious Devotions and Javanese Ethics; Engendering Change Conference at the University of Chicago -2018 and The Aesthetics of Religious Practices among Yogyakartan Muslims; Stanford Anthropology Graduate Conference 2018