(English) Jun HONNA
1992 B.A. (Political Science), Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Temple University
1994 M.A. (Political Science), Division of Public Administration, Graduate School, International Christian University
1999 Ph.D. (Political Science), Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies, Graduate School of The Australian National University
Academic and Professional Career:
2000－2003 Full-time Lecturer, Faculty of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University
2001－2002 Visiting Fellow, Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University
2003－2004 JICA Specialist, Indonesia Office of JICA
Apr.－Sept.2004 JICA Specialist for Planning and Coordination, Indonesia Office of JICA
2008－2012 Visiting Fellow, JICA Research Institute
2009－2010 Visiting Fellow, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University
2009－Present Professor, Department of International Relations, Ritsumeikan University
2009－Present Adjunct Professor, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, University of Indonesia
2011－Present Visiting Lecturer, GRIPS (National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies)
Apr.－Aug.2013 Visiting Fellow, Center for Southeast Asian Studies Kyoto University
Field of Specialization： Indonesian Politics, Comparative Politics
Role in the Project： Indonesian Politics
“Instrumentalizing Pressures, Reinventing Mission: Indonesian Navy Battles for Turf in the Age of Reformasi,” Indonesia 86 (Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 63-80), 2008.
“Orchestrating Transnational Crime: Security Sector Politics as a Trojan Horse for Anti-Reformists,” in Edward Aspinall and Gerry van Klinken, eds., The State and Illegality in Indonesia, Leiden: KITLV Press, 261-279, 2010.
Jun Honna, “Inside the Democrat Party: Power, Politics and Conflict in Indonesia’s Presidential Party,” South East Asia Research, Vol. 20, No.4, December 2012, pp.473-490.
“Security Challenges and Military Reform in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia: The Impact of Separatism, Terrorism and Communal Violence,” in Jurgen Ruland, Maria-Gabriela Manea and Hans Born, eds., The Politics of Military Reform: Experiences from Indonesia and Nigeria, New York: Springer, 185-200, 2012.
“The Role of Civil Society Organizations in Combating Human Trafficking in Southeast Asia,” in Rizal Sukma and James Gannon (eds), A Growing Force: Civil Society’s Role in Asian Regional Security (Tokyo: Japan Center for International Exchange, March 2013), pp.43-65.