PUBLICATIONS

This category comprises notes, briefs, articles, and other individual academic publications.

2024

Gabriel FACAL, Catherine SCHEER, Sarah Anaïs ANDRIEU, Joel Mark BAYSA-BARREDO, Giuseppe BOLOTTA, Gloria Truly ESTRELITA, Rosalia SCIORTINO, Saskia WIERINGA, and Wijayanto

“Cross-sectoral dialogues with social movements in Southeast Asia: translating values, affects, and practices in a polymorphic region,” in Handbook of Research Methods and Applications for Social Movements (Eds. Laurence Cox, Anna Szolucha, Alberto Arribas Lozano and Sutapa Chattopadhyay), Edward Elgar, January 2024.

Aniello IANNONE

“Terlupakan dan Terjebak Ketidakpastian: Nasib Pekerja Migran Perempuan Indonesia di Malaysia.” The Conversation Indonesia. March 13.

“Mengapa militer lekat dengan citra represif? Menelisik sejarah militerisme Indonesia, Myanmar dan Thailand.” The Conversation Indonesia. January 7.

Giuseppe BOLOTTA

Siblings, comrades, friends: Kin(g)ship, hierarchy, and equality in Thailand’s youth struggle for democracy“. Modern Asian Studies. 2024;58(1):295-321.

Saskia WIERINGA

A Political Biography of the Indonesian Lesbian, Bisexual and Trans Movement, Bloomsbury Publishing, April 2024.

Saskia WIERINGA, Aniello IANNONE, Laure SIEGEL, Gabriel FACAL

The Indonesian Feminist Movement, Between Past and Present.” Politika. 

Wijayanto, Malik RUSLAN, Herlambang P WIRATRAMAN, Bangkit A WIRYAWAN, Ika NINGTYAS, Erwan HALIL, Titi ANGGRAINI, Hadi Rahmat PURNAMA

Senjakala Demokrasi Kita: Awal Dari Sebuah Akhir?. LP3ES.


2023

Gloria Truly ESTRELITA and Gabriel FACAL

From Social Regulation to Social Movements: International network in organizing the ALTERSEA Conference”, Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia.

Publication from our members:

Eduardo Erlangga DRESTANTA

Customary Village (Desa Adat) and Inter-Ethnic Fragmentations in Seram Island, Maluku,” Archipel, 105 | 2023, 91-113.

Eka NINGTYAS

Paving the way to StruggleArchipel, 105 | 2023, 61-90.
 

Synthetical report Tea Leaf Center-Panel participants and their presentation abstracts on the Tea Leaf Center’s panel on Localizing research in Myanmar (2nd ALTERSEA conference, November, 2nd, 2022

Wijayanto & Masduki

“Polite Watchdog”: Kompas and Watchdog Journalism in Post-Authoritarian Indonesia. The International Journal of Press/Politics


2022

Sarah ANDRIEU, Gabriel FACAL, Gloria Truly ESTRELITA, Jim DONAGHEY 

A brief history of anarchism in Indonesia”, Anarchist Studies.noblogs.org, in English and Indonesian.

Gabriel FACAL  

Introduction to the Workshop ‘Alterpolitics in Southeast Asia – Articulating disposals of social regulation and social movements’”, Politika.io.

Gabriel FACAL 

“News from social movements in Indonesia: attempts to invent common meanings”, GIS Asie, Article of the Month, http://www.gis-reseau-asie.org/en/news-social-movements-indonesia-attempts-invent-common-meanings.

Gabriel FACAL and Gloria Truly ESTRELITA, Échos de la Recherche, le Colloque « 1st ALTERSEA Videoconference – From social regulation to social movements », 7-8-9 July 2021 », Le Journal des Anthropologues, vol. 168-169, pp. 197-200.

Publication from our members:

Miftachul CHOIR

“Rights to free from corruption: A vernacular mobilization of anti-corruption movement in Indonesia,” Simulacra, vol. 5, n° 2, pp. 114-128.


2021

Gabriel FACAL, Ian D. WILSON, Rosalia SCIORTINO, Khoo YING HOOI, Sarah A. ANDRIEU

“COVID-19 in Southeast Asia: much more than a health crisis”, The Conversation, 21 August. Click here to read.  

Iqra ANUGRAH

Michael Buehler, Ronnie Nataatmadja & Iqra Anugrah, “Limitations to subnational authoritarianism: Indonesian local government head elections in comparative perspective, Regional & Federal Studies”, Regional & Federal Studies, 23 April. DOI: 10.1080/13597566.2021.1918388. Click here to read. 

Herlambang P. WIRATRAMAN

Herlambang P. Wiratraman, “Political Cartels and the Judicialization of Authoritarian Politics in Indonesia”, Int’l J. Const. L. Blog, Feb. 21, 2021. Click here to read.


2020

Gloria Truly ESTRELITA & Gabriel FACAL

Gabriel Facal & Gloria Truly Estrelita (2020) “Social movements facing authoritarian-style neoliberal governments – Comparative positioning towards violence in Indonesia and France”, Humaniora, vol. 32, n° 3, pp. 226-239. Click here to read and here to watch a related webinar presentation organized by our partner LP3ES (with a report on Internet media: here).