THIS IS THE ARCHIVE VERSION OF THIS SITE
Skip navigation
The Australian National University

Publications - Robinson, Kathryn

Please contact this author at Kathryn.Robinson@anu.edu.au for other publications information.

Journal articles

  • Robinson, K (2012). Islam and Gender Relations in Indonesia, with a Special Focus on Eastern Indonesia Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific. Vol. 1-Apr.
  • Nisa, E, Robinson, K & Fachruddin, F (2012). Islam and Gender Relations in Indonesia,with a Special Focus on Eastern Indonesia Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific. Vol. 30 ?.
  • Robinson, K (2011). Sawerigading vs. Sharia: Identities and Political Contestation in Decentralised Indonesia Asian Journal of Social Science. Vol. 39 219-237.
  • Nilan, P, Parker, L, Bennett, L et al (2011). Indonesian youth looking towards the future Journal of Youth Studies. Vol. 14 709-728.
  • Robinson, K (2009). Anthropology of Indonesia in Australia: the politics of knowledge RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs. Vol. 43 Jul-33.
  • Robinson, K (2008). Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 9(1), 9(2), 9(3), 9(4) ?.
  • Robinson, K (2008). The culture of politics and the politics of culture in the anthropology of Douglas Miles Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 9 243-252.
  • Lahiri-Dutt, K & Robinson, K (2008). 'Period Problems' at the Coalface Feminist Review. Vol. 89 102-121.
  • Alexander, J, Henry, R & Robinson, K (2008). Connecting the Miles: Introduction Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 9 175-176.
  • Robinson, K (2007). Marriage Migration, Gender Transformations, and Family Values in the 'Global Ecumene' Gender, Place and Culture. Vol. 14 483-497.
  • McWilliam, A, Robinson, K & Curnow, J (2007). Local cooperatives and microfinance in eastern Indonesia: Autonomy and opportunity for community economies Development Bulletin (Canberra). Vol. 72 14-18.
  • Robinson, K & McWilliam, A (2006). Asset Based Community Development (ABCD) in Indonesia: Action research and the diverse economies of Buton and Ngada (Flores) Masyarakat Indonesia: Majalah Ilmu-Ilmu Sosial Indonesia. Vol. XXX11 31-54.
  • Robinson, K (2006). Idioms of Vernacular Humanism: The West and the East Anthropological Forum. Vol. 16 241-255.
  • Robinson, K (2006). Secularization of Family Law in Indonesia: Interview with Kathryn Robinson Harvard Asia Quarterly. Vol. x 44-45.
  • Robinson, K (2006). Islamic Influences on Indonesian Feminism Social Analysis. Vol. 50 171-177.
  • Murray, D, Boellstorff, T & Robinson, K (2006). East Indies/West Indies: Comparative Archipelagoes Anthropological Forum. Vol. 16 219-227.
  • Robinson, K, Gibson, K, McKay, D et al (2004). Negotiating alternative economic strategies for regional development Development Bulletin (Canberra). Vol. 65 46-50.
  • Robinson, K (2004). Chandra Jayawardena and the Ethical Turn in Australian Anthropology Critique of Anthropology. Vol. 24 379-402.
  • Robinson, K (2004). Editors forward Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 4 1-Feb.
  • Robinson, K (2003). Comment Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs. Vol. 36 143-154.
  • Robinson, K (2003). Editorial Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 3 1-May.
  • Robinson, K & Utomo, I (2003). Introduction RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs. Vol. 37 May-16.
  • Robinson, K (2002). Book review: Veil: modesty, privacy and resistance Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. tba 138-139.
  • Bryson, L, Robinson, K & McPhillips, K (2001). Turning public issues into private troubles: lead contamination, domestic labor, and the exploitation of womens unpaid labor in Australia Gender and Society. Vol. 15 754-772.
  • Robinson, K (2000). Book Review: Negotiating Language, Constructing Race. Disciplining Difference in Singapore Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 1 147-149.
  • Robinson, K (2000). Book Review: Conceiving Spirits: Birth Rituals and Contested Identities Among the Lauje of Indonesia Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 1 145-147.
  • Robinson, K (2000). Ketegangan antaretnis, Orang Bugis, dan masalah penjelasan Antropologi Indonesia. Vol. 63 45-53.
  • Robinson, K & Goodall, J (2000). Orphans of nature Australian Feminist Studies. Vol. 15 177-190.
  • Robinson, K (2000). Economy as a cultural system: the economic anthropology of Paul Alexander Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology, The. Vol. 1 Mar-13.
  • Robinson, K (1999). Book Review: From Motherhood to Global Citizenship: Womens Rights and International Organizations Contemporary Sociology. Vol. 30 619-620.
  • Acciaioli, G, Robinson, K & Tonkinson, R (1999). Challenges for the social sciences and Australia: anthropology Anthropological Forum. Vol. 9 63-74.

Books

  • Robinson, K (2009). Gender, Islam and Democracy in Indonesia . New York: Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Robinson, K (2007). Asian and Pacific Cosmopolitans: Self and Subject in Motion . Basingstoke UK: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Bessell, S & Robinson, K (2002). Women in Indonesia: Gender equity and development . Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS).

Book chapters

  • Robinson, K (2009). Islam, gender, and politics in Indonesia. In Louise Edwards and Mina Roces (Ed.), Women in Asia: Women and Political Power (pp. 292-306) London and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Robinson, K (2008). Sukarnoputri, Megawati. In Bonnie G Smith (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History (pp. 178-179) USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Robinson, K (2008). Indonesia. In Bonnie G Smith (Ed.), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Women in World History (pp. 580-584) USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Robinson, K (2008). Islamic cosmopolitics, human rights and anti-violence strategies in Indonesia. In P. Werbner (Ed.), Anthropology and the New Cosmopolitanism: Feminist, vernacular and rooted perspectives (pp. 111-133) Oxford: Berg Publishers.
  • Lahiri-Dutt, K & Robinson, K (2008). Bodies in contest: Gender difference and equity in a coal mine. In Michelle Ford and Lyn Parker (Ed.), Women and Work in Indonesia (pp. 120-135) Abingdon and New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
  • Robinson, K (2007). Introduction: Asian and Pacific Cosmopolitans: Self and Subject in Motion. In K Robinson (Ed.), Asian and Pacific Cosmopolitans: Self and Subject in Motion (pp. Jan-15) Basingstoke UK: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd.
  • Robinson, K (2007). Islamic Influences on Indonesian Feminism. In Tony Day (Ed.), Identifying with Freedom; Indonesia after Suharto (pp. 39-48) New York, Oxford: Berghahn Books.
  • Robinson, K (2006). Muslim women's political struggle for marriage law reform in contemporary Indonesia. In Amanda Whiting & Carolyn Evans (Ed.), Mixed Blessings: Laws, Religions, and Women’s Rights in the Asia-Pacific Region (pp. 183-210) Leiden, The Netherlands: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers.
  • Robinson, K (2004). Islam, Gender and Politics in Indonesia. In Virginia Hooker & Amin Saikal (Ed.), Islamic Perspectives on the new Millennium (pp. 183-196) Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS).
  • Robinson, K (2003). Families: Metaphors of nation. Overview. In Suad Joseph (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures (pp. 154-160) Netherlands: Brill Academic Publishers.
  • Robinson, K (2002). Inter-Ethnic Violence: The Bugis and the problem of explanation. In Minako Sakai (Ed.), Beyond Jakarta: Regional Autonomy and Local Society in Indonesia (pp. 145-172, 319-322) Belair, SA: Crawford House Publishing.
  • Robinson, K & Bessell, S (2002). Introduction to the issues. In Kathryn Robinson, Sharon Bessell (Ed.), Women in Indonesia: Gender equity and development (pp. 1-Dec) Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS).
  • Robinson, K (2001). Gender, Islam and culture in Indonesia. In Blackburn, Susan (Ed.), Love, Sex and Power: Women in Southeast Asia (pp. 17-30) Clayton, Victoria: Monash University Publishing.
  • Robinson, K (2001). Government agency, womens agency: feminisms, fertility, and population control. In Margaret Jolly and Kalpana Ram (Ed.), Borders of Being: Citizenship, Fertility, and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific (pp. 36-57) Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
  • Robinson, K (2000). Looking for father-right: the Asian values debate and Australian-Asian relations. In John Docker, Gerhard Fischer (Ed.), Race, Colour and Identity in Australia and New Zealand (pp. 158-173) Sydney, Australia: UNSW Press.
  • Robinson, K (2000). Indonesian women -- from Orde Baru to Reformasi. In Edwards, Louise; Roces, Mina (Ed.), Women in Asia: tradition, modernity and globalisation (pp. 139-169) St Leonards, NSW: Allen & Unwin.
  • Robinson, K (2000). Gender, Islam, and nationality: Indonesian domestic servants in the Middle East. In Adams, Kathleen M; Dickey, Sara (Ed.), Home and hegemony: domestic service and identity politics in South and Southeast Asia (pp. 249-282) Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.

Updated:  20 February 2015/Responsible Officer:  Director, Culture, History & Language /Page Contact:  CHL webmaster