Conference conveners

Dr Poppy S. Winanti

Dr Poppy S. Winanti is the Vice Dean of Collaboration, Alumni and Research Affairs at the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) and a senior lecturer at the International Relations Department in the faculty. Her research interests cover global and regional trade relations in global political economy; conflict and political economy of natural resources and extractive industries; Indonesia’s economic diplomacy; and South-South Cooperation. Her recent publications include localising global norms in extractive industries; resource nationalism; regulatory framework on IPR in Indonesia; Indonesia-Australia trade relations in the Indo-Pacific Era; and Indonesia’s South-South Cooperation.

Dr Poppy S. Winanti
Dr Poppy S. Winanti

Dr Poppy S. Winanti adalah Wakil Dekan Bidang Kerjasama, Alumni dan Penelitian, Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik (FISIPOL), Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) sekaligus dosen senior di Departemen Hubungan Internasional, FISIPOL UGM. Minat penelitiannya meliputi hubungan perdagangan global dan regional dalam ekonomi politik global; konflik dan ekonomi politik sumber daya alam dan industri ekstraktif; diplomasi ekonomi Indonesia; dan Kerjasama Selatan-Selatan. Beliau meraih gelar doktor di bidang Politik dari University of Glasgow, dua gelar Master (MSc Ekonomi Politik Internasional dari LSE dan MPP dari KDI School of Public Policy). Publikasi terbarunya termasuk lokalisasi norma global dalam industri ekstraktif; nasionalisme sumber daya; kerangka regulasi HKI (hak kekayaan internasional) di Indonesia; hubungan perdagangan Indonesia-Australia di Era Indo-Pasifik; dan Kerjasama Selatan-Selatan Indonesia.

Dr Wawan Mas’udi

Dr Wawan Mas’udi, S.IP., M.P.A., is the Dean of the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada and a senior Lecturer at the Department of Politics and Government Studies. His research interests revolve around political leadership, populism, citizenship, and local politics and decentralization. In this current COVID-19 pandemic, together with a research team from the Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, he has published some policy recommendations on how the Indonesian government should respond to the pandemic. He is also the co-editor of two books on ‘Governing the Pandemic’ and ‘New Normal Indonesia’ (Gadjah Mada University Press, 2020). His publications include a chapter on the creation of political legitimacy in post-reform Indonesia (in Lane, 2019) and programmatic politics in local elections (Contemporary Southeast Asia, December 2017).

Dr Wawan Mas’udi
Dr Wawan Mas’udi

Dr Wawan Mas’udi S.I.P., M.P.A., adalah Dekan Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik Universitas Gadjah Mada dan Dosen Senior pada Departemen Ilmu Politik dan Pemerintahan. Minat penelitiannya berkisar pada kepemimpinan politik, populisme, kewarganegaraan, dan politik lokal dan desentralisasi. Di tengah pandemi COVID-19 saat ini, bersama tim peneliti dari Fakultas Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik, beliau telah menerbitkan beberapa rekomendasi kebijakan tentang bagaimana seharusnya pemerintah Indonesia menyikapi pandemi tersebut. Ia juga menjadi co-editor dua buku ‘Mengatur Pandemi’ dan ‘New Normal Indonesia’ (Gadjah Mada University Press, 2020). Publikasinya mencakup bab tentang penciptaan legitimasi politik di Indonesia pasca-reformasi (dalam Lane, 2019) dan politik terprogram dalam pemilihan kepala daerah (Contemporary Southeast Asia, Desember 2017).

Dr Rachael Diprose

Dr Rachael Diprose is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Social and Political Sciences (SSPS) in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne and is the Co-Convenor of the University’s Indonesia Forum. She teaches in the Master of Development Studies program and is also the SSPS representative that supports collaborations and partnerships with Indonesian universities, government and civil society organisations. She has published widely for both academic and applied audiences from her research in Indonesia, Southeast Asia and West Africa. Her research has focussed on the multidisciplinary themes of inequalities, inclusion, gender and development; peacebuilding and conflict transformation; multi-level governance and political settlements; and the political economy of different dimensions of rapid social and economic change. Formerly of the University of Oxford, Rachael has led many academic and applied mixed-methods research programs and has held advisory roles in research, policy and practice, globally and in Asia.

Dr Diprose’s website, Demi Setara (or ‘For Equality’) shares research findings in a variety of forms from the most recent large-scale research project that she leads on Gender, Collective Action and Governance in Rural Indonesia, which also involves colleagues from Melbourne and Gadjah Mada University (UGM) in Indonesia.She has long worked together with academics, civil society organisations, senior policy makers, and others, in both research and development, and continues to collaborate in initiatives with colleagues at Melbourne, SOAS, LSE, Oxford, Leiden, York, ANU, the University of Gadjah Mada, the University of Indonesia, and elsewhere.

Dr Rachael Diprose
Dr Rachael Diprose

Dr Rachael Diprose adalah Dosen Senior di Sekolah Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik (SSPS) di Faculty of Arts, the University of Melbourne dan merupakan salah satu penyelenggara Indonesia Forum di universitas tersebut. Dr Diprose mengajar di program Magister Studi Pembangunan dan juga merupakan perwakilan Sekolah Ilmu Sosial dan Ilmu Politik yang mendukung kolaborasi dan kemitraan dengan universitas, pemerintah, dan organisasi masyarakat sipil di Indonesia. Dr Diprose telah menerbitkan secara luas untuk kalangan akademis dan terapan dari penelitiannya di Indonesia, Asia Tenggara dan Afrika Barat. Penelitiannya berfokus pada tema multidisiplin tentang ketidaksetaraan, inklusi, gender, dan pembangunan; pembangunan perdamaian dan transformasi konflik; pemerintahan multi-level dan penyelesaian politik; serta ekonomi politik dari berbagai dimensi perubahan sosial dan ekonomi yang cepat. Sebelumnya dari Universitas Oxford, Dr Diprose telah memimpin banyak program penelitian metode campuran akademik dan terapan dan telah memegang peran penasihat dalam penelitian, kebijakan dan praktik, secara global dan di Asia.

Situs web Dr Diprose, “Demi Setara(For Equality), menyajikan temuan penelitian dalam berbagai bentuk dari proyek penelitian skala besar terbaru yang dipimpinnya tentang Gender, Aksi Kolektif dan Tata Kelola di Pedesaan Indonesia. Proyek tersebut juga melibatkan rekan-rekan dari the University of Melbourne dan Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), Indonesia. Dr Diprose telah lama bekerja sama dengan akademisi, organisasi masyarakat sipil, pembuat kebijakan senior, dan lainnya, baik dalam penelitian dan pengembangan, dan terus berkolaborasi dalam inisiatif dengan rekan-rekannya di Melbourne, SOAS, LSE, Oxford, Leiden, York, ANU, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Universitas Indonesia, dan lain-lain.

Associate Professor Kate McGregor

Associate Professo Kate McGregor is a historian of Indonesia, based in the School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, specialising in the history of modern Indonesia. The focus of her research to date has been on the Indonesian military, the Cold War, colonial violence, memory and activism, Indonesian women and the Japanese occupation. She has published four books including 3 edited books and is completing a major monograph on transnational activism for Indonesian comfort women which is a major outcome of an Australian Research Council Future Fellowship. In 2021 she is commencing work with Dr Ana Dragoljlovic on a new Australian Research Council funded project of memory activism around colonial violence and collaborating with Dr Ken Setiawan, Dr Abdul Wahid and Dr Sadiah Boonstra on a new project entitled Rethinking Colonial History.

Kate teaches Southeast Asian and Asian history. She supervises broadly across the fields of Southeast history and gender studies. She is currently President of the Asian Studies Association of Australia and Deputy Associate Dean International Indonesia for the Faculty of Arts at the University of Melbourne. She has promoted ongoing collaborations between Australian and Indonesian researchers through her own research as well as through a range of programs within and outside the University of Melbourne including the Faculty of Arts Indonesia Initiative.

Associate Professor Kate McGregor
Associate Professor Kate McGregor

Associate Professor Kate McGregor adalah sejarawan bidang Indonesia, yang berbasis di School of Historical and Philosophical Studies, yang berspesialisasi pada sejarah Indonesia modern. Fokus penelitiannya sampai saat ini adalah militer Indonesia, Perang Dingin, kekerasan kolonial, memori dan aktivisme, perempuan Indonesia dan pendudukan Jepang. Beliau telah menerbitkan empat buku termasuk menyunting 3 buku dan kini sedang menyelesaikan monograf tentang aktivisme transnasional tetang jugun ianfu Indonesia yang merupakan hasil kajian utama dari Dewan Riset Australia Masa Depan (Australian Research Council Future Fellowship). Pada tahun 2021 ia memulai kolaborasi dengan Dr Ana Dragoljlovic dalam proyek baru yang didanai Dewan Riset Australia tentang aktivisme memori tentang kekerasan kolonial. Beliau juga sedang berkolaborasi dengan Dr Ken Setiawan, Dr Abdul Wahid dan Dr Sadiah Boonstra dalam proyek baru yang berjudul Rethinking Colonial History (Meninjau Kembali Sejarah Kolonial).

Kate McGregor mengajar sejarah Asia Tenggara dan Asia. Beliau membimbing mahasiswa dengan penelitian yang terkait dengan bidang sejarah Asia Tenggara dan studi gender. Saat ini beliau menjabat sebagai Presiden Asian Studies Association of Australia dan Wakil Dekan Bidang Internasional Indonesia, Faculty of Arts di University of Melbourne. Beliau telah lama mempromosikan kolaborasi berkelanjutan antara peneliti Australia dan Indonesia melalui penelitiannya sendiri serta melalui berbagai program di dalam dan di luar University of Melbourne termasuk Faculty of Arts Indonesia Initiative.

Contributors

Universitas Gadjah Mada

  • Marwa, Head of Global Engagement Office, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada
  • Clarina Dewi Nugrahanti, International Cooperation Coordinator, Global Engagement Office, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada
  • M Yusuf Dimas Al Ma'ruf, Research and Education, Global Engagement Office, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada
  • Velina Aulia, Coordinator of Faculty Secretary, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universitas Gadjah Mada
  • Adna Tabriza Zahratama, Department of Public Policy and Management, Universitas Gadjah Mada
  • Fidiara Maharani, Department of Politics and Government, Universitas Gadjah Mada

The University of Melbourne

  • Amy Burton Aldwikat, Senior Development Manager, External Relations, Faculty of Arts, the University of Melbourne
  • Aaron Abud-Rouch, Digital Communications Officer External Relations, Faculty of Arts, the University of Melbourne
  • Bronwyn Anne Beech Jones, Administrative Assistant and PhD candidate in History, the University of Melbourne
  • Jonathan Peter Tehusijarana, Administrative Assistant and PhD candidate in History, the University of Melbourne