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Dave Lumenta

Foto Diri

Universitas Indonesia

Jabatan
  • Dosen dan peneliti

Dave Lumenta adalah seorang pengajar dan peneliti di Departemen Antropologi, FISIP Universitas Indonesia. Dave memperoleh gelar PhD di bidang Southeast Asian Area Studies dari Kyoto University, Jepang, dengan disertasi “The Making of a Transnational Continuum: State Partitions and Mobility of the Apokayan Kenyah in Central Borneo, 1900-2007”.

Pada 2013, Dave memimpin penelitian berjudul “Moving Abroad: A Case Study on the Dynamic. Inter-relationship between Social Identity Citizenship and the State among a Village Community that migrated from Indonesia in Malaysia” (Berpindah Negara: Studi Kasus Dinamika Relasi Antara Identitas Sosial, Kewarganegaraan dan Negara pada Komunitas Satu Kampung Pindahan Asal Indonesia di Malaysia).


Publikasi Relevan
  • Lumenta, D. (2019). Understanding Transnational Socio-Cultural Formations in the Indonesia- Malaysia Borderlands: Synthesizing Current Transnational Ethnography with Inter-Colonial Histories. Archival research, National Archive, Den Haag (DRPM UI Research & Publication Grant).
  • Lumenta, D. (2017). The Political Economy of Ending Headhunting in Central Borneo: Inter-colonial and Kenyah perspectives on the 1924 Kapit Peacemaking Agreement and its aftermath. Modern Asian Studies, 51(4), 1070-1098.
  • Tanu, D., Missbach, A., & Lumenta, D. (2017). Introduction: Forced migration and protracted transit in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. Antropologi Indonesia, 1-5.
  • Lumenta, D., Ariefiansyah, R., & Nurhadist, B. (2017). Performing out of limbo: Reflections on doing anthropology through music with Oromo refugees in Indonesia. Antropologi Indonesia, 51-63.
  • Lumenta, D. (2016). Changing Spaces and Border Regimes: A Central Borneo Trajectory of ‘Globalisation’. Jurnal Kajian Wilayah, 1(2), 190-202.
  • Lumenta, D. (2012). A resource-hungry Malaysia, transnational mobile peoples and the absence of the state: A lethal combination for natural resources in Indonesia's borderlands?. In Transborder Governance of Forests, Rivers and Seas (pp. 51-66). Taylor and Francis.

Rumpun Kepakaran

Antropologi

Kepakaran
  • Antropologi
  • Studi Perbatasan

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