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The department of Indonesian Studies evolved from the former department of Indonesian and Malayan Studies, which was the earliest Australian university department to specialise in the study of Indonesian languages and societies. The department emphasises the importance of providing a rounded education in Indonesian Studies, producing graduates who have both language skills and significant country knowledge. Academic staff have expertise in areas such as Indonesian history, politics, literary and cultural studies and social change (labour movements, civil society organizations, and social activism) and literary and cultural studies.
Current ARC projects in the department include:
- From Migrant to Worker: New Transnational Responses to Temporary Labour Migration in East and Southest Asia (Michele Ford)
- The clothing industry in the Asia Pacific: Managing Constant Change (Adrian Vickers)
- Indonesian labour migration to north Australia, 1880-1972 (Adrian Vickers)
- A History of Balinese painting (Adrian Vickers)
- Comparative Border Studies (Michele Ford and Lenore Lyons)
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politics, Indonesian languages and societies, Indonesian history, literary and cultural studies, Australian-Indonesian relations, grassroots politics, social movements in Southeast Asia, labour migration, border studies
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