|Position: Assistant Professor, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies|
|Specialty: Area Studies (Southeast Asia), Politics|
Role in this research group
Working class politics, Social and labour policy
Educational and research experience
Sarjana Hukum, University of Indonesia, 2000
Doctor of Area Studies, Kyoto University, 2010
Research Fellow, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, April 2010- March 2016
Worker activism after Reformasi 1998: a new phase for Indonesian unions? Hong Kong: Asia Monitor Resource Centre, 2014 (Editor).
Rethinking democratic practices in Southeast Asia: corruption and political scandals in the early 21st century. Special issue of Asian Politics and Policy 6 (4), 2014 (Co-editor with Mario Lopez).
Organising under the revolution: unions and the state in Java, 1945-48. Singapore/Kyoto: NUS Press, 2013.
Factory employment, female workers’ activism, and authoritarianism in Indonesia: reading Ida Irianti’s pembelaan. Critical Asian Studies 44 (4): 597-626.
Defining “Indonesia” from the margins: working class autobiography as part of the nation’s collective memory. Indonesia and the Malay World 39 (114): 221-243.
Workers control in Java, Indonesia, 1945-1946. In Ours to manage and own: worker control from the Commune to the present, edited by Dario Azzellini and Immanuel Ness, pp. 210-227. Chicago: Haymarket Books, 2011.