Professor Adrian Vickers

PhD (Sydney), BA(Hons) (Sydney)
Professor of Southeast Asian Studies (Personal Chair)
Director, Asian Studies Program
Director, Australian Centre for Asian Art & Archaeology

A18 - Brennan MacCallum Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 2878
Fax +61 2 9351 2319

Website Adrian Vickers' blog
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Biographical details

Professor Vickers researches and publishes on the cultural history of Southeast Asia. His research utilises expertise in the Indonesian language as well as drawing on sources in Balinese, Kawi (Old and Middle Javanese) and Dutch. He has held a series of Australian Research Council grants (Discovery and Linkage), the most recent looking at Indonesian-Australian connections, labour and industry in Southeast Asia, and Balinese art. As part of a linkage grant on the history of Balinese painting, he is preparing a virtual museum, continuing previous pioneering work in eResearch and teaching. His books include the highly popular Bali: A Paradise Created (2012), A History of Modern Indonesia (2012) and Balinese Art: Paintings and Drawings of Bali, 1800-2010 (2012). Professor Vickers has supervised more than twenty PhD theses to completion, and has taught subjects on Southeast Asian history and culture from first year to Honours and Masters levels. Professor Vickers is frequently asked to comment on Indonesia and Australian-Indonesian relations for national and international media.

Research interests

  • Indonesian history and historiography
  • Indonesian art, particularly Balinese art
  • Australian-Indonesian relations
  • Labour and globalisation in the Asia-Pacific
  • Maritime Southeast Asia
  • Panji stories in Southeast Asia

Teaching and supervision

Teaching

  • Introduction to Southeast Asia;
  • Commodity Relations in Southeast Asia;
  • Modern Indonesian history;
  • Art and Archaeology of Southeast Asia; Islam in Southeast Asia;
  • Asian Popular Culture.

Supervision

  • Indonesian art and culture
  • Indonesian history, historiography and politics
  • Southeast Asian cultural history
  • Australia and Indonesia

Current projects

Recent talks from these projects

Associations

  • Editorial Board member, ASAA Southeast Asia publications series; Routledge Media, culture and Social Change in Asia series; Jurnal Kajian Budaya Bali; Majalah Historia.
  • Editorial Board member, KITLV book series, published by Brill, and the Semaian book series
  • Member of the Steering Committee of the Innovative Approaches to the Provision of Languages in Higher Education in Australia (CASR-DASSH) Review.

Other Professional Contributions

  • Faculty Reviews, University of Tasmania, Charles Darwin University.
  • Departmental reviews for the University of Singapore
  • International assessor from grants and promotions for Asian, North American and European universities.
  • Public lectures on Indonesia.
  • Speaker at the Ubud Writers and Readers Festival 2012.
  • Invited speaker and facilitator, AsiaLink Leadership Program.
  • Media interviews, including ABC, SBS, Kompas, Metro TV, Dewata TV, Jakarta Post, Jakarta Globe, Bali Post, Los Angeles Times, The New Straits Times.
  • Consultancies to business on social impacts of development in Southeast Asia
  • Consultancies to the media and public galleries and museums on Indonesian culture and art

Selected grants

2014

  • Shaping Indonesian Contemporary Art: the role of institutions; Vickers A, Berghuis T, Clark J, Hujatnika A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • Ambitious Alignments: New Histories of Modern Southeast Asian Art; Ledbury A, Whiteman S, Vickers A; Getty Foundation (USA)/Research Support.

2013

  • Judging the Past in a Post-Cold War World; Wyndham M, Read P, Vickers A, Keene J, Rechniewski E; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2012

  • The histories of modern art in South East Asia; Ledbury A, Berghuis T, Clark J, Vickers A; Getty Foundation (USA)/Research Support.

2008

  • ARC Linkage LP0883981 Understanding Balinese paintings: collections, narrative, aesthetics and socie; Worsley P, Campbell S, Vickers A.
  • Understanding Balinese paintings: collections, narrative, aesthetics and society; Vickers A, Worsley P, Monaghan P, Christidis L; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Linkage Projects (LP).

2007

  • Indonesian labour migration to north Australia, 1880-1972; Martinez J, Vickers A, Martinez J; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • The clothing industry in the Asia Pacific: Managing Constant Change; Beresford M, Ganguly-Scrase R, Hannan K, Crinis V, Vickers A, Prasad B, Tran A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • Southeast Asian studies network; Vickers A; RIHSS (Inter-disciplinary research networks and clusters)/RIHSS Internal Research Grant Allocations.

2004

  • Re-Writing the Nation: The Politics of Indonesian History since Suharto; Vickers A; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Vickers, A. (2013). A History of Modern Indonesia (Second Edition). New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2012). Bali : A Paradise Created. Clarendon, VT.: Tuttle Publishing.
  • Vickers, A. (2012). Balinese Art: Paintings and Drawings of Bali 1800 - 2010. Singapore: Tuttle Publishing.
  • Vickers, A. (2009). Peradaban Pesisir: Menuju Sejarah Budaya Asia Tenggara. Denpasar, Bali: Udayana University Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2005). A History of Modern Indonesia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2005). Journeys of desire: A study of the Balinese text Malat. Leidin: KITLV Press.

Edited Books

  • Vickers, A., Putra, D., Ford, M. (2000). To Change Bali: Essays in Honour of I Gusti Ngurah Bagus. Denpasar: Bali Post.
  • Vickers, A. (1994). Travelling to Bali : four hundred years of journeys. New York: Oxford University Press.

Book Chapters

  • Vickers, A. (2012). Sakti reconsidered: power and the disenchantment of the world. In Liana Chua, Joanna Cook, Nicholas Long and Lee Wilson (Eds.), Southeast Asian Perspectives on Power, (pp. 51-66). Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Vickers, A. (2011). Becoming Bali's Centre of the Arts 1920-1970. In Bembi Dwi Indrigo M; Soemantri Widagdo (Eds.), Ubud : A Short History of an Art and Cultural Centre in Bali, (pp. 35-58). Ubud: Yayasan Ratna Wartha (The Ratna Wartha Foundation).
  • Vickers, A. (2011). Reconciliation and Demoncracy in Indonesia. In Centre for International Affairs (Eds.), Beyond National Boundaries: Building a world without walls, (pp. 393-417). Seongnam, South Korea: The Academy of Korean Studies Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2011). Southeast Asian Civilization and its place in the world. In Centre for International Affairs (Eds.), Beyond National Boundaries: Building a world without walls, (pp. 23-50). Seongnam, South Korea: The Academy of Korean Studies Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2011). The Old Javanese Kapiparwa and a Recent Balinese Painting. In Andrea Acri; Helen Creese; Arlo Griffiths (Eds.), From Lanka Eastwards: The Ramayaa in the Literature and Visual Arts of Indonesia, (pp. 119-130). Leiden: KITLV Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2008). Indonesia's premier historian. In M. Nursam, Baskara T. Wardaya, Asvi Warman Adam (Eds.), Sejarah yang memihak: mengenang Sartono Kartodirdjo (), (pp. 53-57). Yogyakarta: Penerbit Ombak.
  • Vickers, A. (2008). Mengapa tahun 1950-an penting bagi kajian Indonesia. In Henk Shulte Nordholt, Bambang Purwanto and Ratna Saptari (Eds.), Perspektif baru penulisan sejarah Indonesia, (pp. 67-78). Jakarta: KITLV Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2006). Everybody Needs Good Neighbours. Good Neighbour, Bad Neighbour: Australia's Relations with Indonesia, (pp. 18-29). Kings Cross, NSW: Uniya Jesuit Social Justice Centre.
  • Vickers, A. (2004). Introduction (Bali Chronicles). Bali Chronicles: A Lively Account of the Island's History from Early Times to the 1970s, (pp. 5-14). Singapore: Periplus.
  • Vickers, A. (2004). Malay Identity: Modernitity, Invented Tradition and Forms of Knowledge. In Timothy P. Barnard (Eds.), Contesting Malayness: Malay Identity across Boundaries, (pp. 25-55). Singapore: Singapore University Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2003). Being Modern in Bali after Suharto. In Thomas Reuter (Eds.), Inequality, Crisis and Social Change in Indonesia: The Muted Worlds of Bali, (pp. 17-29). London: Routledge Curzon imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Vickers, A. (2002). Bali Merdeka? Internal Migration, Tourism and Hindu Revivalism. In Minako Sakai (Eds.), Beyond Jakarta: Regional autonomy and local society in Indonesia, (pp. 80-101). Adelaide Australia: Crawford House Publishing.
  • Vickers, A. (2001). Imperial Frameworks: Southeast Asia from 1870 to 1957. In P Heenan, M Lamontagne, C Hudson (Eds.), The Southeast Asia Handbook, (pp. 12-23). Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.
  • Vickers, A. (2001). The New Order: Keeping Up Appearances. In Grayson Lloyd and Shannon Smith (Eds.), Indonesia Today Challenges of History, (pp. 72-84). Singapore: ISEAS Publishing (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies).

Journals

  • Vickers, A. (2012). Clothing Production in Indonesia: A Divided Industry. Institutions and Economies, 4(3), 41-60.
  • Martinez, J., Vickers, A. (2012). Indonesians Overseas: Deep histories and the view from below. Indonesia and the Malay World, 40(117), 111-121. [More Information]
  • Vickers, A. (2011). Bali rebuilds its tourist industry. Bijdragen Tot de Taal-Land-en Volkenkunde, 167(4), 459-481.
  • Vickers, A. (2011). Balinese Art versus Global Art. Journal of Bali Studies, 1(2), 34-62.
  • Vickers, A. (2010). Where are the bodies: the haunting of Indonesia. The Public Historian, 32(1), 45-58.
  • Vickers, A. (2009). Southeast Asian studies after Said. Arts: the Proceedings of the Sydney University Arts Association, 31, 58-72.
  • Vickers, A. (2009). When did legong start? A reply to Stephen Davies. Bijdragen Tot de Taal-Land-en Volkenkunde, 165(1), 1-7.
  • Vickers, A. (2007). Balinese Artists Documenting Modern Life. Surya Seni: Jurnal Penciptaan dan Pengkajian Seni, 3(1), 1-10.
  • Vickers, A. (2006). Balinese Art and the Struggle to be Modern. TAASA Review, 15(4), 8-9.
  • Vickers, A., McGregor, K. (2005). Public Debates about History: Comparative Notes from Indonesia. History Australia, 2(2), 44-1-44-13.
  • Vickers, A. (2004). The Country and the Cities. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 34(3), 304-317.
  • Vickers, A. (2003). A Paradise Bombed. Griffith Review, 1(Spring 2003), 105-113.
  • Connor, L., Vickers, A. (2003). Crisis, citizenship and cosmopolitanism: living in a local and global risk society in Bali. Indonesia, 75(April 2003), 153-180.
  • Martin, B., Varney, W., Vickers, A. (2001). Political Jiu-Jitsu against Indonesian Repression: Studying Lower-Profile Nonviolent Resistance. Global Change, Peace and Security, 12(2), 143-156.

Edited Journals

  • Vickers, A., Martinez, J. (2012). Indonesia and the Malay World. Indonesia and the Malay World, 40(117).

Conferences

  • Vickers, A. (2008). The Survival of Balinese Culture. Kongres Kebudayaan Bali, Denpasar: Kongres kebudayaan Bali.
  • Vickers, A., Hanlon, M. (2006). Asia Reconstructed: Proceedings of the 16th Biennial Conference of the ASAA. 16th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) 2006, Canberra: Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA).
  • Vickers, A. (2006). Bali: The Rise and Fall of a Tourist Industry. Regional Conference on Institutions, Globalisation and its Impacts on Labour Markets in Pacific Island Countries, Online: The University of the South Pacific.
  • Vickers, A. (2004). The Classics in Indonesian Studies: J.S Furnivall’s Netherlands India. 15th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2004, Canberra: Australian National University (ANU).
  • Vickers, A. (2001). Donald Friend and Balinese Art. An Inventive Magic: Donald Friend and his Diaries, Canberra: National Library of Australia.

Exhibitions / Events

  • Vickers, A. (2009). Retrospective: I Nyoman Mandra. Sanur and Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Griya Santrian Gallery and Sangkring Gallery.

Magazine / Newspaper Articles

  • Vickers, A., Haks, L. (2006). Ida Bagus Nyoman Rai: Painter of History. International Institute for Asian Studies Newsletter 41 (Summer): page 14.
  • Vickers, A. (2006). Indonesia Caught in Moral Panic. The Age.
  • Vickers, A. (2004). How Not to Lose Face: Advice for Egalitarians. Latitudes 49 (Feb): 20-23, 49, 20-23.
  • Vickers, A. (2003). The Struggle over History. Inside Indonesia.
  • Vickers, A. (2002). Collecting Evidence in a Nation where Outcomes are Negotiated. The Australian.

Report

  • Vickers, A., Wells, A. (2001). Explaining the Anti-Globalisation Movement.

Reference Works

  • Vickers, A. (2010). Dugas Jepangé/The Japanese Period: Bali under the Japanese. In Peter Post et al. (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Indonesia in the Pacific war: in cooperation with the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation. (pp. 86-92). Leiden: Brill.
  • Vickers, A. (2010). Indonesian historiography of the occupation period. In Peter Post et al. (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Indonesia in the Pacific war: in cooperation with the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation. (pp. 448-453). Leiden: Brill.
  • Vickers, A. (2009). Agung, Mr Ide Anak Agung Gde. In Peter Post, William H. Frederick, Iris Heidebrink, Shigeru Sato (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Indonesia in the Pacific War. (pp. 472-473). Netherlands: Brill.
  • Vickers, A. (2009). Dugas Jepangé, The Japanese Period: Bali under the Japanese. In Peter Post, William H. Frederick (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Indonesia in the Pacific War. (pp. 86-92). Netherlands: Brill.

Other

  • Vickers, A. (2012), Bali tempo doeloe: Komunitas Bambu.
  • Vickers, A. (2011), The Significance of The Haks Collection.
  • Vickers, A. (2006), Interview: Geraldine Doogue, Saturday Breakfast, Radio National.
  • Vickers, A. (2006), Interview: March issue of Asian Currents.
  • Vickers, A. (2006), Radio Program: "Suharto's Legacy", Perspectives, ABC Radio National.
  • Vickers, A. (2005), Interview: on Life Matters, ABC Radio National.
  • Vickers, A. (2002), Interview: in Kompas, the leading Indonesian-language daily newspaper.
  • Vickers, A. (2002), Interview: on The Religion Report, ABC Radio National.
  • Vickers, A. (2001), Interview: ABC New South Wales on Australian-Indonesian relations.

2013

  • Vickers, A. (2013). A History of Modern Indonesia (Second Edition). New York: Cambridge University Press.

2012

  • Vickers, A. (2012). Bali : A Paradise Created. Clarendon, VT.: Tuttle Publishing.
  • Vickers, A. (2012), Bali tempo doeloe: Komunitas Bambu.
  • Vickers, A. (2012). Balinese Art: Paintings and Drawings of Bali 1800 - 2010. Singapore: Tuttle Publishing.
  • Vickers, A. (2012). Clothing Production in Indonesia: A Divided Industry. Institutions and Economies, 4(3), 41-60.
  • Vickers, A., Martinez, J. (2012). Indonesia and the Malay World. Indonesia and the Malay World, 40(117).
  • Martinez, J., Vickers, A. (2012). Indonesians Overseas: Deep histories and the view from below. Indonesia and the Malay World, 40(117), 111-121. [More Information]
  • Vickers, A. (2012). Sakti reconsidered: power and the disenchantment of the world. In Liana Chua, Joanna Cook, Nicholas Long and Lee Wilson (Eds.), Southeast Asian Perspectives on Power, (pp. 51-66). Oxon, United Kingdom: Routledge imprint of Taylor & Francis.

2011

  • Vickers, A. (2011). Bali rebuilds its tourist industry. Bijdragen Tot de Taal-Land-en Volkenkunde, 167(4), 459-481.
  • Vickers, A. (2011). Balinese Art versus Global Art. Journal of Bali Studies, 1(2), 34-62.
  • Vickers, A. (2011). Becoming Bali's Centre of the Arts 1920-1970. In Bembi Dwi Indrigo M; Soemantri Widagdo (Eds.), Ubud : A Short History of an Art and Cultural Centre in Bali, (pp. 35-58). Ubud: Yayasan Ratna Wartha (The Ratna Wartha Foundation).
  • Vickers, A. (2011). Reconciliation and Demoncracy in Indonesia. In Centre for International Affairs (Eds.), Beyond National Boundaries: Building a world without walls, (pp. 393-417). Seongnam, South Korea: The Academy of Korean Studies Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2011). Southeast Asian Civilization and its place in the world. In Centre for International Affairs (Eds.), Beyond National Boundaries: Building a world without walls, (pp. 23-50). Seongnam, South Korea: The Academy of Korean Studies Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2011). The Old Javanese Kapiparwa and a Recent Balinese Painting. In Andrea Acri; Helen Creese; Arlo Griffiths (Eds.), From Lanka Eastwards: The Ramayaa in the Literature and Visual Arts of Indonesia, (pp. 119-130). Leiden: KITLV Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2011), The Significance of The Haks Collection.

2010

  • Vickers, A. (2010). Dugas Jepangé/The Japanese Period: Bali under the Japanese. In Peter Post et al. (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Indonesia in the Pacific war: in cooperation with the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation. (pp. 86-92). Leiden: Brill.
  • Vickers, A. (2010). Indonesian historiography of the occupation period. In Peter Post et al. (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Indonesia in the Pacific war: in cooperation with the Netherlands Institute for War Documentation. (pp. 448-453). Leiden: Brill.
  • Vickers, A. (2010). Where are the bodies: the haunting of Indonesia. The Public Historian, 32(1), 45-58.

2009

  • Vickers, A. (2009). Agung, Mr Ide Anak Agung Gde. In Peter Post, William H. Frederick, Iris Heidebrink, Shigeru Sato (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Indonesia in the Pacific War. (pp. 472-473). Netherlands: Brill.
  • Vickers, A. (2009). Dugas Jepangé, The Japanese Period: Bali under the Japanese. In Peter Post, William H. Frederick (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Indonesia in the Pacific War. (pp. 86-92). Netherlands: Brill.
  • Vickers, A. (2009). Peradaban Pesisir: Menuju Sejarah Budaya Asia Tenggara. Denpasar, Bali: Udayana University Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2009). Retrospective: I Nyoman Mandra. Sanur and Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Griya Santrian Gallery and Sangkring Gallery.
  • Vickers, A. (2009). Southeast Asian studies after Said. Arts: the Proceedings of the Sydney University Arts Association, 31, 58-72.
  • Vickers, A. (2009). When did legong start? A reply to Stephen Davies. Bijdragen Tot de Taal-Land-en Volkenkunde, 165(1), 1-7.

2008

  • Vickers, A. (2008). Indonesia's premier historian. In M. Nursam, Baskara T. Wardaya, Asvi Warman Adam (Eds.), Sejarah yang memihak: mengenang Sartono Kartodirdjo (), (pp. 53-57). Yogyakarta: Penerbit Ombak.
  • Vickers, A. (2008). Mengapa tahun 1950-an penting bagi kajian Indonesia. In Henk Shulte Nordholt, Bambang Purwanto and Ratna Saptari (Eds.), Perspektif baru penulisan sejarah Indonesia, (pp. 67-78). Jakarta: KITLV Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2008). The Survival of Balinese Culture. Kongres Kebudayaan Bali, Denpasar: Kongres kebudayaan Bali.

2007

  • Vickers, A. (2007). Balinese Artists Documenting Modern Life. Surya Seni: Jurnal Penciptaan dan Pengkajian Seni, 3(1), 1-10.

2006

  • Vickers, A., Hanlon, M. (2006). Asia Reconstructed: Proceedings of the 16th Biennial Conference of the ASAA. 16th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) 2006, Canberra: Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA).
  • Vickers, A. (2006). Bali: The Rise and Fall of a Tourist Industry. Regional Conference on Institutions, Globalisation and its Impacts on Labour Markets in Pacific Island Countries, Online: The University of the South Pacific.
  • Vickers, A. (2006). Balinese Art and the Struggle to be Modern. TAASA Review, 15(4), 8-9.
  • Vickers, A. (2006). Everybody Needs Good Neighbours. Good Neighbour, Bad Neighbour: Australia's Relations with Indonesia, (pp. 18-29). Kings Cross, NSW: Uniya Jesuit Social Justice Centre.
  • Vickers, A., Haks, L. (2006). Ida Bagus Nyoman Rai: Painter of History. International Institute for Asian Studies Newsletter 41 (Summer): page 14.
  • Vickers, A. (2006). Indonesia Caught in Moral Panic. The Age.
  • Vickers, A. (2006), Interview: Geraldine Doogue, Saturday Breakfast, Radio National.
  • Vickers, A. (2006), Interview: March issue of Asian Currents.
  • Vickers, A. (2006), Radio Program: "Suharto's Legacy", Perspectives, ABC Radio National.

2005

  • Vickers, A. (2005). A History of Modern Indonesia. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2005), Interview: on Life Matters, ABC Radio National.
  • Vickers, A. (2005). Journeys of desire: A study of the Balinese text Malat. Leidin: KITLV Press.
  • Vickers, A., McGregor, K. (2005). Public Debates about History: Comparative Notes from Indonesia. History Australia, 2(2), 44-1-44-13.

2004

  • Vickers, A. (2004). How Not to Lose Face: Advice for Egalitarians. Latitudes 49 (Feb): 20-23, 49, 20-23.
  • Vickers, A. (2004). Introduction (Bali Chronicles). Bali Chronicles: A Lively Account of the Island's History from Early Times to the 1970s, (pp. 5-14). Singapore: Periplus.
  • Vickers, A. (2004). Malay Identity: Modernitity, Invented Tradition and Forms of Knowledge. In Timothy P. Barnard (Eds.), Contesting Malayness: Malay Identity across Boundaries, (pp. 25-55). Singapore: Singapore University Press.
  • Vickers, A. (2004). The Classics in Indonesian Studies: J.S Furnivall’s Netherlands India. 15th Biennial Conference of the ASAA, 2004, Canberra: Australian National University (ANU).
  • Vickers, A. (2004). The Country and the Cities. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 34(3), 304-317.

2003

  • Vickers, A. (2003). A Paradise Bombed. Griffith Review, 1(Spring 2003), 105-113.
  • Vickers, A. (2003). Being Modern in Bali after Suharto. In Thomas Reuter (Eds.), Inequality, Crisis and Social Change in Indonesia: The Muted Worlds of Bali, (pp. 17-29). London: Routledge Curzon imprint of Taylor & Francis.
  • Connor, L., Vickers, A. (2003). Crisis, citizenship and cosmopolitanism: living in a local and global risk society in Bali. Indonesia, 75(April 2003), 153-180.
  • Vickers, A. (2003). The Struggle over History. Inside Indonesia.

2002

  • Vickers, A. (2002). Bali Merdeka? Internal Migration, Tourism and Hindu Revivalism. In Minako Sakai (Eds.), Beyond Jakarta: Regional autonomy and local society in Indonesia, (pp. 80-101). Adelaide Australia: Crawford House Publishing.
  • Vickers, A. (2002). Collecting Evidence in a Nation where Outcomes are Negotiated. The Australian.
  • Vickers, A. (2002), Interview: in Kompas, the leading Indonesian-language daily newspaper.
  • Vickers, A. (2002), Interview: on The Religion Report, ABC Radio National.

2001

  • Vickers, A. (2001). Donald Friend and Balinese Art. An Inventive Magic: Donald Friend and his Diaries, Canberra: National Library of Australia.
  • Vickers, A., Wells, A. (2001). Explaining the Anti-Globalisation Movement.
  • Vickers, A. (2001). Imperial Frameworks: Southeast Asia from 1870 to 1957. In P Heenan, M Lamontagne, C Hudson (Eds.), The Southeast Asia Handbook, (pp. 12-23). Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.
  • Vickers, A. (2001), Interview: ABC New South Wales on Australian-Indonesian relations.
  • Martin, B., Varney, W., Vickers, A. (2001). Political Jiu-Jitsu against Indonesian Repression: Studying Lower-Profile Nonviolent Resistance. Global Change, Peace and Security, 12(2), 143-156.
  • Vickers, A. (2001). The New Order: Keeping Up Appearances. In Grayson Lloyd and Shannon Smith (Eds.), Indonesia Today Challenges of History, (pp. 72-84). Singapore: ISEAS Publishing (Institute of Southeast Asian Studies).

2000

  • Vickers, A., Putra, D., Ford, M. (2000). To Change Bali: Essays in Honour of I Gusti Ngurah Bagus. Denpasar: Bali Post.

1994

  • Vickers, A. (1994). Travelling to Bali : four hundred years of journeys. New York: Oxford University Press.

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