Dr. Luthfi Adam

  • Dr. Luthfi Adam has a distinguished academic and professional background, primarily focusing on history and communications. He is currently a Research Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Research at Monash University, Indonesia. He has extensive teaching experience across multiple universities, covering topics from public policy to media ethics and Southeast Asian history. His education includes a Ph.D. from Northwestern University, where he won the Harold Perkin Prize for the best dissertation. He also has M.A. degrees from Northwestern University and Universitas Gadjah Mada, and a B.A. from Universitas Padjadjaran.
  • He has held previous academic positions such as a Fellow at Dumbarton Oaks Research Library- trustees of Harvard University, Visiting Researcher at Northwestern University, and Postdoctoral Fellow at Universitas Gadjah Mada. He has been involved in various research grants and has been an active participant in multiple academic conferences.
  • Dr. Adam has a diverse publication plan, including a book manuscript accepted by Cornell University Press and several forthcoming articles and book chapters. He has received several scholarships and fellowships, like the Arryman Dissertation Grant and the Arryman PhD Scholarship.
  • His academic services include organizing seminar series and workshops, and he has a wide range of teaching interests, from cultural and environmental history to educational policy. He is affiliated with professional organizations such as the American Society for Environmental History and the Association of Asian Studies.