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Publications - Heryanto, Ariel

Please contact this author at Ariel.Heryanto@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • Heryanto, A (2014). GREAT AND MISPLACED EXPECTATIONS Critical Asian Studies. Vol. 46 162-166.
  • Heryanto, A (2013). The intimacies of cultural studies and area studies: The case of Southeast Asia International Journal of Cultural Studies. Vol. 16 303-316.
  • Heryanto, A (2012). Pendidikan Untuk Perubahan IndoProgress. Vol. 2 vii-xxx.
  • Heryanto, A (2012). Bahasa Reformasi: Political rhetoric in post-Suharto Indonesia' by Arndt Graf - book review Journal of Southeast Asian Studies. Vol. 43 378-9.
  • Heryanto, A (2012). New Tradition in a Modernity-Deficit Postcolon ACCESS. Vol. 31 15-26.
  • Heryanto, A (2010). CONFLICT, VIOLENCE, AND DISPLACEMENT IN INDONESIA Pacific Affairs. Vol. 83 58-59.
  • Heryanto, A (2009). Budaya Pop Indonesia: Kehangatan Seuisai perang Dingin (Indonesian Pop Culture: Warmth in Post-Cold War Era Prisma: the Indonesian indicator. Vol. 28 15-30.
  • Heryanto, A (2005). Cultural Studies' Significant Others; the case of Indonesia Antropologi Indonesia. Vol. 92 Jan-15.
  • Heryanto, A & Hadiz, V (2005). Post-authoritarian Indonesia: A comparative Southeast Asian perspective Critical Asian Studies. Vol. 37 251-275.

Books

  • Heryanto, A, Shim, D & Siriyuvasak, U (2010). Pop Culture Formations across East Asia . Seoul: Jimoondang International.
  • Heryanto, A (2008). Popular Culture in Indonesia: Fluid Identities in Post-authoritarian Politics . New York, London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Heryanto, A (2006). State-Terrorism and Identity Politics in Indonesia: Fatally Belonging . London UK: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Heryanto, A & Mandal, S (2003). Challenging authoritarianism in Southeast Asia : comparing Indonesia and Malaysia . New York, London: Routledge Curzon.

Book chapters

  • Heryanto, A (2013). Popular Culture for a New Southeast Asian Studies?. In Park Seung Woo and Victor T. King (Ed.), The Historical Construction of Southeast Asian Studies: Korea and Beyond (pp. 226-262) Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS).
  • Heryanto, A (2012). Screening the 1965 Violence. In Joram Ten Brink and Joshua Oppenheimer (Ed.), Killer Images: Documentary Film, Memory and the Performance of Violence (pp. 224-240) New York USA: Columbia University Press.
  • Heryanto, A (2011). Upgraded piety and pleasure: the new middle class and Islam in Indonesian popular culture. In Andrew N. Weintraub (Ed.), Islam and Popular Culture in Indonesia and Malaysia (pp. 60-82) Abingdon and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Heryanto, A, Shim, D & Siriyuvasak, U (2010). Introduction: Problematizing the Pop Culture formations in East Asia. In Doobo Shim, Ariel Heryanto, and Ubonrat Siriyuvasak (Ed.), Pop Culture Formations across East Asia (pp. Jan-15) Seoul: Jimoondang International.
  • Heryanto, A (2010). The Look of Love: New engagements with the oriental in Indonesian popular culture. In Doobo Shim, Ariel Heryanto, and Ubonrat Siriyuvasak (Ed.), Pop Culture Formations across East Asia (pp. 209-231) Seoul: Jimoondang International.
  • Heryanto, A (2010). Entertainment, Domestication, and Dispersal: Street Politics as Popular Culture. In Edward Aspinall & Marcus Mietzner (Ed.), Problems of Democratisation in Indonesia: Elections, Institutions and Society (pp. 181-198) Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS).
  • Heryanto, A (2010). The bearable lightness of democracy. In Thomas Reuter (Ed.), The return to constitutional democracy in Indonesia (pp. 51-63) Monash University, Australia: Monash University Publishing.
  • Heryanto, A (2010). Di Tengah Gelombang Perubahan Bahasa. In Kutut Suwondo et al (Ed.), Merenung Pembangunan (pp. 235-254) Salatiga: Program Pascasarjana Studi Pembangunan UKSW.
  • Heryanto, A (2008). Pop culture and Competing Identities. In Ariel Heryanto (Ed.), Popular Culture in Indonesia: Fluid Identities in Post-authoritarian Politics (pp. Jan-36) New York, London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Heryanto, A (2008). Citizenship and Indonesian Ethnic Chinese in Post-1998 Films. In Ariel Heryanto (Ed.), Popular Culture in Indonesia: Fluid Identities in Post-authoritarian Politics (pp. 70-92) New York, London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Heryanto, A (2007). Then There were Languages: Bahasa Indonesia was One Among many. In Sinfree Makoni and Alastair Pennycook (Ed.), Disinventing and Reconstructing Languages (pp. 42-61) United Kingdom: Multilingual Matters Ltd.
  • Heryanto, A (2007). Can There Be Southeast Asians in Southeast Asian Studies?. In Laurie J. Sears (Ed.), Knowing Southeast Asian Subjects (pp. 75-108) Seattle: University of Washington Press.
  • Heryanto, A (2005). Ideological Baggage and Orientations of the Social Sciences In Indonesia. In Vedi R. Hadiz and Daniel Dhakidae (Ed.), Social Science And Power In Indonesia (pp. 57-90) Jakarta and Singapore: Equinox Publishing Ltd.
  • Heryanto, A (2004). The Debris of Post-Authoritarianism in Indonesia. In Fahimul Quadir and Jayant Lele (Ed.), Democracy and civil society in Asia (pp. 65-85) New York: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.

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