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Publikasi Terpilih

  1. The Cultural Tide Turns: History as Critique (English version of cultural speech Arus Balik Kebudayaan: Sejarah Sebagai Kritik. The Time is Out of Joint, Sharjah Art Foundation.
  2. The Legacy of Bandung. Bandung/Third World 60 Years, Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society, Vol. 17 No.1, March 2017
  3. (with Razif) “Batjaan Liar in the Dutch East Indies: A Colonial Antipode,” Postcolonial Studies, Vol. 11, No. 3
  4. “Pramoedya dan Historiografi Indonesia,” in Ratna Saptari, Bambang Purwanto and Henk Schulte Nordholt, eds. Perspektif Baru Penulisan Sejarah Indonesia. Jakarta: Yayasan Obor Indonesia
  5. “Indonesia’s Original Sin: Mass Killings and Capitalist Expansion, 1965-66,” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1. (republished in Kuan-Hsing Chen and Chua Beng Huat, eds. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Reader. London: Routledge, 2007).
  6. “Failure of Reformasi and Re-militarisation in Indonesia,” Asian Exchange, Vol. 20, No. 2
  7. “Class analysis in Indonesian social sciences,” in Vedi R. Hadiz and Daniel Dhakidae eds., Social Science and Power in Indonesia, Jakarta: Equinox and ISEAS
  8. The Struggle for Truth and Justice: Transitional Justice Initiatives in Indonesia. New York: International Center for Transitional Justice (with Rikardo Simarmata)
  9. Tahun yang tak Pernah Berakhir: Memahami Pengalaman Korban 1965 (The Year that Never Ended: Understanding the Experiences of Victims of 1965 Violence) Jakarta: Tim Relawan Kemanusiaan/Lembaga Studi dan Advokasi Masyarakat
  10. “Merekam Kekuatan Arus Bawah: Sejarah Lisan di Indonesia” (Recording the Strength of Subaltern Classes: Oral History in Indonesia), Jurnal Analisis Sosial Akatiga, Vol. 8, No. 3
  11. “Introduction” in W.F. Wertheim, Gelombang Pasang Emansipasi: Evolusi dan Revolusi (Indonesian translation of Evolutie en Revolutie: de Golfslag der Emancipatie). Jakarta: Garba Budaya dan ISAI
  12. Menentang Peradaban: Pelarangan Buku di Indonesia (Against Civilization: Book Banning in Indonesia), Jakarta: Lembaga Studi dan Advokasi Masyarakat
  13. “Covering Strikes: Indonesian Workers and ‘Their’ Media,” in Rob Lambert, ed. State and Labour in New Order Indonesia. Perth: University of Western Australia Press.
  14. Unity and Stability on a Culture of Fear in Indonesia, Bangkok: Forum- Asia
  15. Pembangunan Menuai Bencana, http//indoprogress.com, 29 Desember
  16. Soal Nasionalisasi Aset, Barisan Trisakti Edisi 01, Mei
  17. Mencari Indonesia di Papua, resensi buku Jejak Kebangsaan: Kaum Nasionalis di Manokwari dan Boven Digul, Yayasan Obor Indonesia 2013, dimuat di Koran Warta Kota 16 Maret 2014
  18. Bukan Himpunan Angan-Angan, pengantar untuk buku Imajinasi Kebudayaan: Kumpulan Pidato Kebudayaan Dewan Kesenian Jakarta 1999-2013, Mirwan Andan dan Martin Suryajaya (ed), Jakarta: Koalisi Seni Indonesia, 2013
  19. Kartini dan Ruang Dalam Bangsa,Majalah Tempo Edisi Khusus Kartini
  20. Pengasingan Dalam Politik Kolonial, Jurnal Prisma Vol. 32 No. 2 & 3
  21. Melihat Indonesia Berbeda, Majalah Warisan Indonesia Vol.02 No.13
  22. Dua Manusia Merdeka, dalam Berkah Kehidupan: 32 Kisah Inspiratif Tentang Orang Tua, Jakarta: Gramedia
  23. Meronta dan Berontak: Pemuda dalam Sastra Indonesia, Jurnal Prisma Vol. 30 No. 2
  24. Perubahan Dimulai Dari Sekarang,kata pengantar dalam Belajar Merebut Kekuasaan: Gerakan Rakyat Dalam Pusaran Krisis Ekonomi dan Politik Elektoral, Jakarta: Perkumpulan Praxis
  25. Gie Lewat Gie: Mengenang Masa Lalu dalam Soe Hok Gie, Sekali Lagi - Buku Pesta dan Cinta di Alam Bangsanya, Rudi Badil, Luki Sutrisno Bekti, Nessy Luntungan (eds), Jakarta: Kepustakaan Populer Gramedia
  26. Batjaan Liar (dengan Razif) dalam Dutch East Indies: A Colonial Antipode, Postcolonial Studies, Vol. 11, No. 3
  27. Pramoedya dan Historiografi Indonesia, dalam Perspektif Baru Penulisan Sejarah Indonesia, Ratna Saptari, Bambang Purwanto and Henk Schulte Nordholt (eds) Jakarta: Yayasan Obor Indonesia
  28. Kata Pengantar Buku “Orang dan Partai Nazi di Indonesia” karya Wilson, Jakarta: Komunitas Bambu
  29. Mayday: Perayaan atau Peringatan, http//prp-indonesia.org, 5 Mei
  30. Rahasia Aidit, Majalah Tempo 32/XXXVI/01-07 Oktober
  31. Pramoedya Ananta Toer (1925-2006), Majalah Tempo 12/XXXV/ 15-21 Mei
  32. Indonesia’s Original Sin: Mass Killings and Capitalist Expansion, 1965-66, Journal of Inter-Asia Cultural Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1, diterbitkan ulang dalam Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Reader, Kuan-Hsing Chen dan Chua Beng Huat (eds), London: Routledge, 2007.
  33. Failure of Reformasi and Re-militarisation in Indonesia, Asian Exchange, Vol. 20, No. 2
  34. Class analysis in Indonesian social sciences, dalam Social Science and Power in Indonesia, Vedi R. Hadiz dan Daniel Dhakidae (eds), Jakarta: Equinox dan Intitute of South East Asian Studies. Versi Bahasa Indonesia tulisan ini berjudul Masalah Kelas Dalam Ilmu Sosial Indonesia diterbitkan dalam Ilmu Sosial dan Kekuasaan di Indonesia oleh penerbit dan editor yang sama pada 2006
  35. The Struggle for Truth and Justice: Transitional Justice Initiatives in Indonesia, (dengan Rikardo Simarmata). New York: International Center for Transitional Justice
  36. Tahun yang tak Pernah Berakhir: Memahami Pengalaman Korban 1965 (The Year that Never Ended: Understanding the Experiences of Victims of 1965 Violence) Jakarta: Tim Relawan Kemanusiaan/Lembaga Studi dan Advokasi Masyarakat
  37. Merekam Kekuatan Arus Bawah: Sejarah Lisan di Indonesia, Jurnal Analisis Sosial Akatiga, Vol. 8, No. 3
  38. Ibu Militan Menagih Keadilan, Media Kerja Budaya, edisi Perempuan Bergerak, Jakarta: Jaringan Kerja Budaya
  39. Pengantar buku W.F. Wertheim, Gelombang Pasang Emansipasi: Evolusi dan Revolusi (Indonesian translation of Evolutie en Revolutie: de Golfslag der Emancipatie). Jakarta: Garba Budaya dan ISAI
  40. Menentang Peradaban: Pelarangan Buku di Indonesia (Against Civilization: Book Banning in Indonesia), Jakarta: Lembaga Studi dan Advokasi Masyarakat
  41. Negara di Indonesia, dalam Dari Keseragaman Menuju Keberagaman – Wacana Multikultural Dalam Media, Jakarta: Lembaga Studi Pers dan Pembangunan
  42. Covering Strikes: Indonesian Workers and ‘Their’ Media,” in State and Labour in New Order Indonesia, Rob Lambert (ed) Perth: University of Western Australia Press
  43. Indonesia, Fifty Years of Independence: Stability and Order in a Culture of Fear, Bangkok: Forum Asia
  44. Menemukan Bangsa, Mencipta Bahasa: Bahasa Politik dan Nasionalisme Indonesia, Jakarta: Jurnal Kalam No. 3
  45. Kolonialisme dan Budaya: Balai Poestaka di Hindia Belanda, Jurnal Prisma No. 10, Lembaga Penelitian, Pendidikan dan Penerangan Ekonomi dan Sosial
  46. Pergerakan Dengan Wajah Baru, Jurnal Prisma No.2, Lembaga Penelitian, Pendidikan dan Penerangan Ekonomi dan Sosial

Makalah Konferensi, Seminar dan Forum Terpilih

  1. “On Fences and Windows: Contemporary Art in Divided Societies.” Jakarta Biennale Forum, University of Indonesia, 1 June
  2. “Legacies of the Asia-Africa Conference.” Bandung/Third World 60 Years, Hangzhou Forum, Chinese Academy of Art, Hangzhou, China, 18-19 April
  3. “A Rural Perspective on the World Today,” Inter-Asia Biennale Forum, Kochi, India, 7-8 February
  4. “Perverted Normalcy: Culture of Fear in Indonesia.” Plenary Session, Inter- Asia Cultural Studies Conference, National University of Singapore.
  5. “Critical Cultural Studies in Asia.” Asian Circle of Thought 2012 Shanghai Summit, Shanghai Contemporary Art Museum, 12-19 October.
  6. “East Timor and Indonesia: Ten Years After Independence.” Symposium on East Timor, Institute for Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University, 1 Desember.
  7. “East Timor: Legacies of the Occupation.” Legacies of Violence Workshop, 
University of California Los Angeles, 15-16 April.
  8. “Ikan-Ikan Yang Terdampar: Jakarta di Mata Pramoedya.” Konperensi 
‘Kemerdekaan dan Perubahan Jati Diri: Postcolonial Indonesian Identity,’ Gadjah 
Mada University, Yogyakarta, 14-15 January.
  9. “Indonesia after the New Order.” Special Forum on Post-1998 Indonesia, 
University of California Berkeley, 25 April.
  10. “Historical Imagination of the Indonesian Left (revised and expanded 
version of the 2005 research).” Department of Politics, National University of 
Singapore.
  11. “History Textbooks and Poltical Controversies.” Regional Conference- 
Workshop on Disseminating Peace in Southeast Asia, Third World Studies Center University of Philippines, Diliman and Non-Violence International, Southeast Asia, Bangkok, Thailand
  12. “Pramoedya dan Historiografi Indonesia” (Pramoedya and Indonesian Historiography). Workshop Rethinking Indonesian Historiography, Centre for Southeast Asian Social Studies (CESASS), Gadjah Mada University, Jogjakarta, in cooperation with Koninklijke Instituut voor Taal, Land en –Volkenkunde (KITLV), Leiden, the Netherlands and the Department of History, Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Gadjah Mada University, Jogjakarta
  13. “Historical Imagination of the Indonesian Left”, Conference ‘Writing Social Histories: Asian Historiographies and Political Regimes’, Centre for Southeast Asian Social Studies (CESASS) Gadjah Mada University in cooperation with the International Institute for Social History (Amsterdam), Yogyakarta
  14. “Militarisation in Indonesia,” Workshop on Militarisation in Asia, Asian Regional Exchange for New Alternatives (ARENA), Colombo, Srilanka
  15. “Militarisation and Political Change in Asia,” 2nd Asia-Europe People’s Forum, Hanoi, Vietnam
  16. “Identity, Memory and Social Transformation,” Asian Regional Exchange Network for Alternative (ARENA) Workshop, World Social Forum, Mumbai, India
  17. “Mass Killings and Memory in Indonesia,” Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Conference: Cultural Theory for Asia: New Pedagogic Possibilities, Center for Cultural Studies, Bangalore, India
  18. “Refugee Crisis and Social Transformation: Towards New Humanitarian Politics,” Conference on Conflict in Indonesia, Gadjah Mada University, Jogjakarta
  19. “Kekerasan Negara dan Perang Terhadap Perempuan di Indonesia,” (State Violence and the War Against Women in Indonesia), Conference, Violence against Women in Indonesia, Senjata Kartini (SEKAR), Jakarta
  20. “Sejarah dan Ingatan di Indonesia,” (History and Memory in Indonesia) Workshop on Violence and Memory, Ubud, Bali
  21. “Masalah Pelurusan Sejarah” (Putting the Historical Records Straight). Seminar on Historical Education in Indonesia, Jakarta
  22. “Kekerasan Massal 1965 dan Penulisan Sejarah,” (Mass Violence of 1965 and History-Writing) Seminar on Indonesian Historiography, Jakarta
  23. “Intellecuals against State Violence,” Seminar on State Violence in Academic Life, Padjadjaran University, Bandung
  24. “Clearing the Ground for Development: Mass Extermination in Indonesia, 1965-66,” Conference on Identity in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia, University of Tasmania
  25. “Political Economy of Violence and Victims in Indonesia,” Workshop on Violent Conflict in Indonesia: Analysis, Representation, Resolution, University of Melbourne
  26. “Crisis and Communal Politics in Indonesia,” Stichting van Azie Studies, University of Amsterdam

 

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