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.
The 2019 Arryman Symposium organized by the Indonesian Research Support and Scholarship Foundation (ISRSF) was held on Friday 21 June 2019 at the Sequis Auditorium, Jakarta.. The Symposium is held annually as an opportunity to present the results of research and hard work by Arryman Fellows who has studied for one year at Northwestern University, USA.
An audience of students, academics and intellectuals gathered for the 6th Annual Arryman Symposium, hosted by the Indonesian Scholarship and Research Support Foundation (ISRSF).
Each year the symposium showcases the research and accomplishments of the program’s Arryman Fellows – talented young Indonesians who are studying at Northwestern University for their doctorates in the social sciences.
The main event of the day is the presentation from Arryman Fellows. This year four doctoral students, Perdana Putri, Muhammad Ridha, Sofyan Ansori and Robie Kholillurahman, presented papers on Anthropology, Sociology and Political Sciences topic.
The selection committee of Arryman Fellows has made an announcement for the winners of 2017 Arryman Fellows. They are Muhammad Ridha , Perdana Putri , Robie Kholillurrahman and Sofyan Ansori.
On the 24th of June 2016, ISRSF proudly presented the fourth annual 2016 Arryman Symposium at the Ford Foundation Auditorium, Jakarta. The Symposium was intended to present the researches done by the 2015 Arryman Fellows, Sindhunata Hargyono with his paper titled, Buru Island: Prism of the Indonesian New Order and Norman Joshua Soelias with his paper titled, The Failure of Indonesia’s State Oil Monopoly: The Pertamina Crisis of 1975-1978.
At a ceremony today at the office of the Indonesian Endowment Fund for Education (LPDP), academic leaders signed a Memorandum of Understanding between LPDP and Northwestern University in Evanston, IL, USA.