Edward Aspinall is a professor in the Department of Political and Social Change, School of International, Political and Strategic Studies, College of Asia and the Pacific, Australian National University. He is the author of Opposing Suharto: Compromise, Resistance, and Regime Change in Indonesia (2005) and Islam and Nation: Separatist Rebellion Aceh, Indonesia (2009). Jacqui Baker is a visiting fellow at the Department for Political and Social Change at the Australian National University and a lecturer in Indonesian politics. She holds a PhD in Government from the London School of Economics and is currently writing a book on the politics of police reform. In early 2013, Jacqui collaborated with ABC Radio National to make Eat Pray Mourn, a radio documentary that uses storytelling to present her research on the killing of thieves in Jakarta. Michele Ford is Director of the Sydney Southeast Asia Centre and Associate Professor in the Department of Indonesian Studies at the University of Sydney. Her research interests focus on the Indonesian labor movement, trade union aid, and trade union responses to labor migration in East and Southeast Asia. Michele is the author of Workers and Intellectuals: NGOs, Unions and the Indonesian Labour Movement (NUS/Hawaii/KITLV 2009)
Indonesia – Southeast Asia Program [Cornell University]
Published: Oct 29, 2013
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