Rianne Subijanto

Rianne Subijanto

Asst Professor

Weissman School of Arts and Sciences

Department: Communication Studies

Areas of expertise:

Email Address: rianne.subijanto@baruch.cuny.edu

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Education

Ph.D., Communication studies, University of Colorado Boulder Boulder Colorado

M.A., Media, culture and communication, New York University United States

B.A., English studies, Universitas Indonesia Depok Indonesia

SemesterCourse PrefixCourse NumberCourse Name
Fall 2023COM9992MA Capstone Project
Fall 2023COM3062Studies in Electronic Media
Fall 2023COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Fall 2023COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Fall 2023COM3062Studies in Electronic Media
Summer 2023COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Summer 2023COM3060Media Analysis and Criticism
Spring 2023COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Spring 2023COM3060Media Analysis and Criticism
Spring 2023COM9505Media Analysis
Spring 2023COM9900Independent Study
Spring 2023COM9991Masters Thesis In Cc
Spring 2023COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Fall 2022COM3076International Communication
Fall 2022COM3076International Communication
Summer 2022COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Summer 2022COM3060Media Analysis and Criticism
Spring 2022COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Spring 2022COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Fall 2021GLS4900Global Studies Capstone
Fall 2021COM3062Studies in Electronic Media
Fall 2021COM9991Masters Thesis In Cc
Summer 2021COM3060Media Analysis and Criticism
Spring 2021COM9660Sel Topics/Corp Comm
Spring 2021COM9991Masters Thesis In Cc
Spring 2021COM4101Selected Topics
Fall 2020COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Fall 2020COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Summer 2020COM3060Media Analysis and Criticism
Spring 2020COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Spring 2020COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Fall 2019COM5000Independent Study COM I
Fall 2019COM3076International Communication
Fall 2019COM3076International Communication
Summer 2019COM3060Media Analysis and Criticism
Spring 2019COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Spring 2019COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Spring 2019COM3060Media Analysis and Criticism
Fall 2018COM3076International Communication
Fall 2018COM3076International Communication
Summer 2018COM3060Media Analysis and Criticism
Fall 2017COM3076International Communication
Fall 2017COM5000Independent Study COM I
Fall 2017COM9505Media Analysis
Fall 2017COM3076International Communication
Spring 2017COM3060Media Analysis and Criticism
Spring 2017COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Spring 2017COM3057Intro to Digital Comm & Cult
Fall 2016COM3060Media Analysis and Criticism
Fall 2016COM3060Media Analysis and Criticism
Fall 2016COM4101Selected Topics

Books

Lin, H., Stutje, K., & Subijanto, R. (2025). One Hundred Years of Revolution: The Communist Party of Indonesia Reconsidered. Leiden, The Netherlands, Leiden University Press. In Progress.

Subijanto, R. (2024). Communication against Capital: Red Enlightenment at the Dawn of Indonesia. Ithaca NY, USA, Cornell University Press.

Journal Articles

Subijanto, R. (2023). From London to Bali: Raymond Williams and Communication as Transport and Social Networks. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 27(1). 129-145.

(2023). Interpreting Islam from Without: Religious Resilience, Inclusion, and the Importance of Reason. Harvard Theological Review, In Progress.

Subijanto, R. (2017). Enlightenment and the Revolutionary Press in Colonial Indonesia . International Journal of Communication, (11). 1357-1377.

Subijanto, R. (2014). Kajian Budaya dan Marxisme: Kritik terhadap Klaim “Kritis” Cultural Studies, Political Economy of Culture, dan Critical Theory (Cultural Studies and Marxism: A Critique of the Claim "Critical" in Cultural Studies, Political Economy of Culture, and Critical Theory). IndoPROGRESS, Jurnal Pemikiran Marxis , 1(1). 71-104.

Subijanto, R. (2011). The Visibility of a Pious Public. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Journal , 12(2). 240-253.

Subijanto, R. (2009). Religious TV Series: The Making of Popular Piety Culture in Indonesia. Digithum Journal, (11/May). 32-37.

Book Chapters

Subijanto, R. (2019). Communist Openbare Vergaderingen and an Indonesian Revolutionary Public Sphere. In Chatterjee, C., Marks, S. G., Neuburger, M., & Sabol, S. (Eds.), The Global Impacts Of Russia's Great War And Revolution, Book 2: The Wider Arc Of Revolution, Part 2 (pp. 277-297). Indiana,USA. Indiana University Slavic Publishers.

Subijanto, R. (2009). Indonesian Islamist Media: A Struggle against or a Legitimacy of the Dominant Ideology?. In Le, T. (Ed.), Critical Discourse Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Perspective NY,USA. Nova Publisher.

Presentations

Subijanto, R. Articulating a Marxist-Feminist Critique of Colonial Capitalism through Communist Media Production. Association for Asian Studies Conference. Seattle: Association for Asian Studies.

Subijanto, R. (2024, June 21). Feminism and revolutionary communication in radical times. Cultural Studies Association Conference. George Mason University: Cultural Studies Association.

Subijanto, R. (2024, August 21). Communist subjectivity and the nascent kromo women’s movement in 1920s. The First East and Southeast Asia Historical Materialism Conference. Universitas Indonesia: East and Southeast Asia Historical Materialism.

Subijanto, R. (2024, October 21). Arc of a Revolution: Reflecting on 100 years of Left Organizing in Indonesia from Sinar Hindia to Indoprogress. The Union for Democratic Communications Conference. University of Pennsylvania: The Union for Democratic Communications.

Subijanto, R. (2023, March 31). Radical printers in a time of revolution. Columbia University Seminar in Material Texts. Columbia University: Material Texts Seminar.

Subijanto, R. (2022, December 31). Islam and Communism in Colonial Indonesia revised. Islamic Third Worldism II. : The Harvard Asia Research Center.

Subijanto, R. (2022, April 30). Communication against Capital: Global Asia in the Making. “Global Asia in a Multipolar World” lecture series. Arizona State University: Center for Asian Research, Arizona State University.

Subijanto, R. (2024, May 21). From Slogan to Feuilleton: The Communist Textual Traditions. International Communication Association Conference. Paris: International Communication Association.

Subijanto, R. (2022, May 23). Women in Motion. One Hundred Years of Revolution: The Legacy of Indonesian Communism for the World. Leiden, The Netherlands: KITLV (Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies) and the International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam.

Subijanto, R. (2021, May 27). Revolutionary Communication and Enlightenment. International Communication Association Conference. Online: International Communication Association.

Subijanto, R. (2021, March 24). From Ethical State to Police State: Communication Law and Policy in the Aftermath of the Indonesian Communist Revolt. Association for Asian Studies Conference. Online: Association for Asian Studies.

Subijanto, R. (2021, June 16). Islam and Communism in Colonial Indonesia. Islamic Third Worldism. : The Harvard Asia Research Center.

Subijanto, R. (2021, September 23). Global Emancipation and Red Movement in Colonial Indonesia. Cosmopolitan Currents in the Making of Modern Southeast Asia. New York: New York South East Asia Network.

Subijanto, R. (2020, March 21). From Ethical State to Police State: Communication Law and Policy in the Aftermath of the Indonesian Communist Revolt. Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference. Boston, MA: Association for Asian Studies.

Subijanto, R. (2020, October 9). Communication as Transport and Social Networks: The State of the Field of Communication History. Talk Series on Communication History. Via Zoom: Universitas Islam Indonesia.

Subijanto, R. (2019, May 28). Communication Systems as Transport and Social Networks: Mobility, Technology, and Global Society. 69th Annual International Communication Association Conference. Washington DC: International Communication Association.

Subijanto, R. (2019, March 9). Women in Motion: Producers of Revolutionary Communication and the Enlightenment in Colonial Indonesia. 2019 Joint Journalism and Communication History Conference. New York, NY: American Journalism Historians Association and the History Division of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.

Subijanto, R. (2019, May 20). Revolutionary Communication: Enlightenment at the Dawn of Indonesia. The Eugene M. Lang Junior Faculty Research Fellowship Program Luncheon and Reception. Baruch College: The Eugene M. Lang Faculty Research Fellowship Program.

Subijanto, R. (2019, July 19). Women in the Rise of Indonesian Communism. 11th International Convention of Asian Scholars. Leiden, the Netherlands: International Convention of Asian Scholars.

Subijanto, R. (2019, September 10). Slogans, Caricature, and Feuilleton: The Print Culture of Revolutionary Press in Colonial Indonesia. European Association for Southeast Asian Studies. Berlin, Germany: European Association for Southeast Asian Studies.

Subijanto, R. (2018, June 21). Work and the Ordinary Making of Clandestine Communication by Communist Sailors in Southeast Asian Waters in 1920s. International Association for Media and Communication Research Conference. Eugene, Oregon: International Association for Media and Communication Research.

Subijanto, R. (2018, January 18). Geografi Perlawanan: Vergadering dan Politik Ruang pada Era Pergerakan Nasional (Geography of Resistance: Meetings and Spatial Politics in the Era of National Movement). Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia: Komunitas Pegiat Sejarah Semarang.

Subijanto, R. (2018, January 17). Geografi Perlawanan: Vergadering dan Politik Ruang pada Era Pergerakan Nasional (Geography of Resistance: Meetings and Spatial Politics in the Era of National Movement). Depok, Jawa Barat, Indonesia: Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia.

Subijanto, R. (2018, March 23). Seamen and the Global Making of Indonesian Communism. Association for Asian Studies Annual Conference. Washington DC: Association for Asian Studies.

Subijanto, R. (2017, October 12). Media of Resistance: A Communication History of Anti-Colonial Movements in the Dutch East Indies, 1920-1926. awarding ceremony and a public panel presentation of 2016 AJHA Margaret A. Blanchard Doctoral Dissertation Prize. Little Rock, Arkansas: American Journalism Historians Association.

Subijanto, R. (2017, October 27). Communist Openbare Vergaderingen and an Indonesian Revolutionary Public Sphere. Global Impact of the Russian Revolution Conference. Texas: University of Texas Austin.

Subijanto, R. (2017, May 27). Enlightenment and the Revolutionary Press in Colonial Indonesia. International Communication Association Conference. San Diego, California: International Communication Association.

Subijanto, R. (2016, November 17). Media of Resistance: A Communication History of the Communist Movement in the Dutch East Indies, 1920-1926. Seminar Inspiration from Afar: Responses to the Russian Revolution in the Dutch World. Amsterdam, The Netherlands: International Institute of Social History.

Subijanto, R. (2015, May 21). Media of Resistance: Organizing the Anti-Colonial Movements in the Dutch East Indies, 1920-1927. ICA Communication History Preconference. San Juan, Puerto Rico: International Communication Association.

Subijanto, R. (2015, July 16). “Public peace and order”: Dutch policy measures to repress an anti-colonial movement in pre-independence Indonesia". 2015 Conference of the International Association for Media and Communication Research (IAMCR). Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada: International Association for Media and Communication Research.

Subijanto, R. (2015, May 22). “Openbare Vergaderingen and the Communist Anti-Colonial Struggles in the Dutch East Indies". ICA Conference. San Juan, Puerto Rico: International Communication Association.

Subijanto, R. (2015, April 17). The Revolutionary Press in Pre-Independence Indonesia. Center for Asian Studies (CAS) Mediating Asia Symposium. Boulder CO: University of Colorado Bouder.

Subijanto, R. (2014, October 26). The study of Islam, media and globalization: For a turn toward history. Global Fusion Conference. Texas: University of Texas at Austin, Austin.

Subijanto, R. (2013, November 7). Openbare vergaderingen (public meetings), communist women and the anti-colonial struggle in the Dutch East Indies. Tenth Annual Historical Materialism Conference. London, UK: SOAS.

Subijanto, R. (2013, June 12). Re-examining 1965: A new research agenda for a new generation of scholars. KITLV’s Annual Meeting and Seminar 'Ticket to Leiden: New Indonesian histories and postcolonial collections in the Netherlands',. Leiden, The Netherlands: KITLV.

Subijanto, R. (2012, January 31). Muslim Dating/Matrimonial Sites and the Changing Practices of Courting among Muslims in USA. The International Conference on Digital Religion. Colorado: University of Colorado at Boulder.

Subijanto, R. (2012, May 13). Islamism and Marxism: Ferment of Conflict During the Time of Alliance. Historical Materialism (North America) Conference. Toronto, Canada: York University.

Subijanto, R. (2012, November 11). A Communication History of Indonesian Communism: On Method. Ninth Annual Historical Materialism Conference. London, UK: SOAS.

Subijanto, R. (2011, November 16). Marxism and the Emergence of an Independent Indonesia. The National Communication Association (NCA) Preconvention Seminar. New Orleans, Lousiana: The National Communication Association (NCA).

Subijanto, R. (2011, November 11). Media, Intellectuals and Nation-State Formation: The Struggle of Anti- Imperialist Revolutionaries in Early Modern Indonesia. The Eighth Historical Materialism Conference. London, UK: SOAS.

Subijanto, R. (2010, August 31). Is Blogosphere a Public Sphere?: A Study of Islamic(ist) Discourses in Indonesian Muslim Blogs. Conference on Media, Religion and Culture. Toronto, Canada: Ryerson University.

Subijanto, R. (2010, December 31). Reflections on the conference in the closing plenary. Conference on Media, Religion and Culture. Toronto, Canada: Ryerson University.

Subijanto, R., & Echchaibi, N. (2010, August 31). Building Religious Authority in the Media Age: The New Muslim Media Personality. Conference on Media, Religion and Culture. Toronto, Canada: Ryerson University.

Subijanto, R. (2009, October 21). ‘Silenced but Not Forgotten’: A Memory of Communism in Post-Dictatorship Indonesia. Memory Politics: Education, Memorials and Mass Media. Berlin Germany: Irmgard Coninx Stiftung.

Subijanto, R. (2009, December 31). The Politics of Identity: My Case Study as an Indonesian Muslim. Student Panel on Islam: Insider and Outsider Perceptions of Islam and Muslims in Today's World. Boulder CO: ISSS-Office of International Education at University of Colorado, Boulder.

Subijanto, R. (2008, August 31). Producing a Religious TV Series: The Making of Popular Piety Culture in Indonesia. Conference on Religion, Media and Culture. Brazil: Methodist University of Sao Paulo.

Subijanto, R. (2008, November 14). Standards and Practices in the Production of a Religious TV Series in Indonesia. Media, Culture and Communication Graduate Conference. New York: New York University.

Subijanto, R. (2008, December 31). The Visibility of a Pious Public. Invitational Masters Student Institute (IMSI) 2008. New Jersey: Rutgers University.

Subijanto, R. (2008, November 6). Producing a Religious TV Series: The Making of Popular Piety Culture in Indonesia. EASA (European Association of Social Anthropologists) Media Anthropology Network Second Workshop. Barcelona, Spain: European Association of Social Anthropologists.

Subijanto, R. (2008, February 29). Mediated Religion and the Realization of Democracy in Indonesia’s New Media Age and Post Regime Era. Exploring New Media Worlds Conference. College Station, Texas: University of Texas A&M.

Subijanto, R. (2007, July 10). Commodifying Islam in Religious TV Series: the Making of a Popular Piety Culture. Piety and Politics in Asia. Singapore: Asian Research Institute, National University of Singapore (NUS).

Subijanto, R. (2006, December 31). Tertiary Education in Indonesia: Problems and Challenges. The 8th ASEAN Universities Network (AUN) Educational Forum and Young Speaker Contest. Singapore: National University of Singapore (NUS).

Subijanto, R. (2006, December 31). The Representation of ‘Asianness’ in Indonesian Local TV Advertisements. The Asian Cultural Studies Forum. Korea: Asian Cultural Studies Forum.

Subijanto, R. (2005, November 15). Indonesian Islamist Media: a Struggle against or a Legitimacy of the Dominant Ideology?. International Conference on Critical Discourse Analysis: Theory into Research. Launceston, Australia: University of Tasmania.

Subijanto, R. (2005, December 31). Religion and radicalism: from the perspective of media. International Seminar on Religion and Radicalism. Indonesia: Faculty of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia.

Subijanto, R. (2005, December 31). Food and Identity: the Representation and Identity of Indonesian Food and International Food in Indonesia. Food and Identity Teleconference between University of Indonesia, Indonesia, and Warwick University, Britain. Jakarta, Indonesia: The British Council.

Subijanto, R. (2005, June 2). Empowering Learner Writers in the Classroom. International Conference on Education: Redesigning Pedagogy: Research, Policy, Practice. Singapore: National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University.

Subijanto, R. (2004, December 31). Representing Bali and Balinese: A Critical Discourse Analysis Approach to Bali’s Hotel Brochures. The 9th English in Southeast Asia Conference. Indonesia: Sanata Dharma University.

Subijanto, R. (2003, May 2). Fenomena Budaya di Mal Jakarta: Studi Budaya Fenomena Budaya Mal sebagai Hasil Interaksi Pengunjung yang Ada di Mal Jakarta (Cultural Phenomena in a Mall: A cultural studies approach to ‘mall culture’ in Jakarta). The Competition of the Most Outstanding Students at Universitas Indonesia. School of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia: Universitas Indonesia.

Other Scholarly Works

Subijanto, R. (2024). Kata Pengantar (Foreword). Indonesian translation of Vivek Chibber's Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital.

Subijanto, R. (2020). Budaya Perlawanan: Warisan Gerakan Komunis Antikolonial.

Subijanto, R. (2020). Media Kolektif dan Politik Kelas.

Subijanto, R. (2017). Verlichtingsidealen en de revolutionaire pers in koloniaal Indonesië: De inhoud, productie en distributie van Sinar Hindia (Enlightenment and the Revolutionary Press in Colonial Indonesia: The Content, Production, and Distribution of Sinar Hindia). 130(3), 449-466.

Subijanto, R., & Anugrah, I. (2014). 10 Mitos tentang Kepemimpinan Prabowo (10 Myths of Prabowo Leadership).

Subijanto, R., Rakhmani, I., Diani, C., & Triastuti, E. (2014). Tiga tantangan pemerintahan Jokowi-JK dalam bidang komunikasi publik (Three challenges of Jokowi-JK government in the area of public communication).

Subijanto, R. (2014). Antara ‘Rakyat’ dan ‘Publik’: Politik Komunikasi Pemilu 2014 (Between the ‘Mass’ and the ‘Public’: Political Communication of 2014 Election).

Subijanto, R. (2014). Ruang Publik Dulu dan Sekarang (The Public Sphere Then and Now).

Subijanto, R. (2014). Shadia Marhaban: Tentang Sejarah dan Militansi Rakyat Aceh (Interview with Shadia Marhaban: On the History of Acehnese Militancy).

Subijanto, R. (2013). Moral yang Minim: Mempertanyakan Kembali Perjuangan Perempuan (Minima Moralia: Questioning Women’s Struggles).

Subijanto, R. (2013). Karikatur Sinar Hindia dan Pergerakan Komunis Internasional (Caricatures in the Post World War I Sinar Hindia newspapers and the International Communist Movement).

Subijanto, R. (2013). Rangkaian Kritik Terhadap Tiga Pendekatan ‘Kritis’ Kajian Budaya (Bag. 3) (A Critique on Three ‘Critical’ Approaches to Cultural Studies (Part. 3)).

Subijanto, R. (2013). Rangkaian Kritik Terhadap Tiga Pendekatan ‘Kritis’ Kajian Budaya (Bag. 1) (A Critique on Three ‘Critical’ Approaches to Cultural Studies (Part. 1)).

Subijanto, R. (2013). Rangkaian Kritik Terhadap Tiga Pendekatan ‘Kritis’ Kajian Budaya (Bag. 2) (A Critique on Three ‘Critical’ Approaches to Cultural Studies (Part. 2)).

Subijanto, R. (2012). Marxisme Ortodoks: Ketaatan Pada Metode (Orthodox Marxism: Adherence to the Method Only).

Reviews

Subijanto, R. (2021,January 1). Book Review: John Roosa, Buried Histories: The Anticommunist Massacres of 1965–1966 in Indonesia. Madison, Wisconsin: The University of Wisconsin Press [Critical human rights], 2020, xvii + 352 pp. isbn: 9780299327309, price: usd 79.95 (hardcover).. Leiden,The Netherlands: Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia.

Subijanto, R. (2014,January 1). Book review: Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital, Vivek Chibber, London: Verso, 2013. Indonesia: IndoPROGRESS, Jurnal Pemikiran Marxis .

Research Currently in Progess

Subijanto, R.(n.d.). Communist subjectivity and the nascent kromo women’s movement in 1920s. In Progress.

For submission to the edited volume One Hundred Years of Revolution: The Communist Party of Indonesia Reconsidered.

TitleFunding Agency SponsorStart DateEnd DateAwarded DateTotal FundingStatus
RADICAL PRINTERS AND PRINTING IN THE MALAY WORLDPSC CUNY 5207/01/202106/30/202304/15/20213500Completed
Revolutionary Communication: Enlightenment at the Dawn of IndonesiaPSC-CUNY 5107/01/202012/31/202204/17/20206000Completed
Revolutionary Communication: Enlightenment at the Dawn of IndonesiaPSC-CUNY 5007/01/201912/31/202004/15/20295999Completed
Enlightenment of the Oppressed: Revolutionary Communication and Resistance in a ColonyEugene Lang Fellowship06/01/201812/31/202003/29/20187763.39Completed
Geography of Resistance: The Spatial Politics of Communist Public Meetings in the Dutch East Indies, 1920-1926PSC-CUNY 4807/01/201706/30/201804/14/20175999Completed
Indonesian Communist Women in Motion: Feminism and Revolutionary Communication in Radical TimesPSC-CUNY 5407/01/202306/30/202404/18/20236000Funded - In Progress
Communism and Islamism in Colonial Indonesia: Envisioning Islam in a Revolutionary Time through NewspapersPSC CUNY 5307/01/202212/31/202304/15/20223500Funded - In Progress
Radical Media and the Enlightenment in the Malay WorldWaterhouse Family Institute09/01/201908/31/202308/01/201910000Funded - In Progress
Honor / AwardOrganization SponsorDate ReceivedDescription
Honorable Mention for the 2016 AJHA Margaret A. Blanchard Doctoral Dissertation Prize The American Journalism Historians Association2017
Top poster awardpolitical communication division, International Communication Association (ICA) Conference2015
Honorable Mention, CU-Boulder 2014-2015 Graduate School Dissertation Completion FellowshipUniversity of Colorado Boulder2014
Universitas Indonesia Essay Contest (International Journal Category)Universitas Indonesia2011
Fulbright Southeast Asia AwardFulbright2009This award was used to fund my documentary film on Muslim transgender community in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, titled "Women of God," which is still in production.
Mahasiswa Berprestasi 2003 (the most outstanding student 2003) AwardSchool of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia2003I won second place in the Mahasiswa Berprestasi competition 2013 held annually by the School of Humanities, Universitas Indonesia.

College

Committee NamePosition RoleStart DateEnd Date
Committee on Undergraduate Honors Program WSAS (Committee on Committees)Committee MemberPresent
Departmental Curriculum Committee,Committee MemberPresent
Committee on Educational Technology (Committee on Committees)Committee MemberPresent
Member of search committee for two assistant professor positionsCommittee MemberPresent
Member of search committee for a position for an assistant professorCommittee MemberPresent
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) AllianceDepartmental liaison Present
Representatives to the Marxe School of Public & International AffairsCommittee Member12/31/2023
Committee on the Library (Committee on Committees)Committee Member12/31/2022
Faculty Senate's Enrollment Management CommitteeCommittee Member12/31/2020
Faculty mentor for online tech and pedagogyFaculty Mentor12/14/2020
Rubric/Guidelines for Online Peer ObservationCommittee Member9/28/2020
Global Media Cultures MA working groupCommittee Member12/31/2017

University

Committee NamePosition RoleStart DateEnd Date
PSC CUNY International CommitteeCommittee Member9/1/20165/31/2018
Global Resistance and the Neoliberal University Conference Program Organizer3/3/20173/4/2017

Professional

OrganizationPosition RoleOrganization StateOrganization CountryStart DateEnd DateAudience
Bijdragen tot de taal-, land- en volkenkunde /Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast AsiaBoard of Advisors of a Company8/26/2022PresentInternational
Philosophy, Theory and Critique Division of International Communication AssociationOfficer, Other OfficerUnited States5/1/20205/31/2022
Journal of Critical Bibliography Editor, Journal Editor8/1/20195/31/2020International
Journal of Southeast Asian StudiesReviewer, Journal ArticleSingapore4/1/20185/31/2018
Communication History Division, International Communication Association ConferenceReviewer, Conference Paper8/1/201712/31/2017
Activism, Communication, and Social Justice Division, International Communication Association ConferenceReviewer, Conference Paper8/1/201712/31/2017
Journal of Labor and Society Reviewer, Journal Article3/1/201712/31/2017
Media History JournalReviewer, Journal Article2/26/20173/31/2017
Philosophy, Theory and Critique Division, International Communication Association ConferenceReviewer, Conference Paper11/1/201612/31/2016International
Information, Communication and Society Journal Reviewer, Journal Article12/31/2010
The Australian Journal of Communication Reviewer, Journal ArticleAustralia12/31/2010

Public

OrganizationPosition RoleOrganization StateOrganization CountryStart DateEnd DateAudience
IndoprogressEditorial boardIndonesia7/1/2012PresentInternational
IndoprogressChairperson5/30/2020PresentInternational