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Researcher: Hatley, BL (Professor Barbara Hatley)

Fields of Research

Asian cultural studies
Indonesian literature
Drama, theatre and performance studies
Gender relations
Cultural studies
Gender studies
Globalisation and culture
Multicultural, intercultural and cross-cultural studies
Other education
Comparative and transnational literature
Interaction and experience design
Asian history
Architecture
Religion, society and culture
Educational administration, management and leadership
Social change
Comparative and cross-cultural education
Other language, communication and culture
Islamic studies
Migration
Tourism policy

Research Objectives

Other culture and society
Literature
The performing arts
Expanding knowledge in human society
International relations
Other education and training
Gender and sexualities
Religion and society
Expanding knowledge in language, communication and culture
Understanding past societies
Expanding knowledge in philosophy and religious studies
Multicultural services
Understanding Asia's past
Communication across languages and culture
Policies and development
Other construction

Career Best Publications

Global influence, national politics and local identity in Central Javanese theatre; RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs
Literature, Mythology and Regime Change: some observations on recent Indoesian women's writing; Women in Indonesia: Gender, Equity and Development
Postcoloniality and the feminine in modern Indonesian literature; Clearing a Space: Postcolonial Readings of modern Indonesian literature
Wayang and Ludruk: Polarities in Java; Popular Theatre: A Sourcebook

Research Publications

Arts Popular Culture:
Between Tongues: Translation and/of/in Performance in Asia Jennifer Lindsay
Changes in the Indonesian arts parallel Inside Indonesia's own evolution over a period of thirty years; Inside Indonesia
Contemporary and traditional, male and female in Garasi's Waktu Batu; Indonesia and the Malay World
Contemporary Indonesian theatre and Javanese tradition; Traditions Redirecting the Present: Shards of Memory and Instances of Globalization in Modern Indonesian Cultural Productions Since Independence ( 1945-2015)
Contemporary Performance in Central Java - Staging Identities, Constructing Communities; Performing Contemporary Indonesia: Celebrating Identity, Constructing Community
Creating Culture for the New Nation: South Sulawesi, 1950-1965; Heirs to World Culture: Being Indonesian 1950-1965
Encountering Indonesia as a student, then and now; RIMA
Global influence, national politics and local identity in Central Javanese theatre; RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs
Hearing women's voices, contesting women's bodies in post New Order Indonesia; Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific
Introduction: Performance in Contemporary Indonesia - Surveying the Scene; Performing Contemporary Indonesia: Celebrating Identity, Constructing Community
Javanese Performances on an Indonesian Stage; NUS Press
Literature, Mythology and Regime Change: some observations on recent Indoesian women's writing; Women in Indonesia: Gender, Equity and Development
Love, religion and social difference: Two films about polygamy and Indonesian society; Asian Hot Shots: Indonesian Cinema
Menciptakan kebudayaan untuk bangsa baru; Sulawesi Selatan 1950-1965; Ahli Waris Budaya Dunia: Menjadi Indonesia 1950-1965
More Voices: women and other marginalised groups seize new opportunities in the arts; Inside Indonesia
Ong Up Close; Onze Ong: Onghokham dalam Kenangan
Penerjemahan/Penyampaian di Teater Rakyat Indonesia; Sadur; Sejarah Terjemahan di Indonesia dan Malaysia
Performing Contemporary Indonesia: Celebrating Identity, Constructing Community; Brill
Performing identity and community in Indonesia in modern times; Access
Postcoloniality and the feminine in modern Indonesian literature; Clearing a Space: Postcolonial Readings of modern Indonesian literature
Rachmi Dyah Larasati, The Dance that Makes You Vanish: Cultural Reconstruction in Post-Genocide Indonesia
Recalling and Re-presenting the 1965/1966 Anti-Communist Violence in Indonesia; Asian Studies Association of Australia
Recalling and Representing Cold War Conflict and its Aftermath in contemporary Indonesian Film and Theatre ; Cultures at War: The Cold War and Cultural Expression in Southeast Asia
Review: Evan Winet Indonesian Postcolonial Theatre
Seni Pertunjukan Indonesia Pasca Orde Baru; Penerbit Universitas Sanata Dharma
Seni Pertunjukan Kontemporer di Jawa Tengah: Memanggungkan Identitas, Membangun Komunitas; Seni Pertunjukan Indonesia Pasca Orde Baru
Situated testimonies: Dread and enchantment in an Indonesian Literary Archive; Journal of Southeast Asian Studies
Social reconciliation and community integration through theater ; Reconciling Indonesia: Grassroots agency for peace
Subverting the stereotypes: women performers contest gender images old and new; Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs
Susan Blackburn, Women and the State in Modern Indonesia
Sustaining the Local by Embracing the Global? Theatre and Contemporary Javanese Indonesian Identity; Jurnal Susastra
Theatre in the Asia-Pacific. Regional Modernities in the Global Era; Palgrave Macmillan
Theatre, Politics, and Javanese 'tradition': Yogyakarta's sultan onstage; The Java that Never Was. Academic Theories and Political Practices
Voices and Visions from Indonesia
W.S. Rendra: the peacock is no more; Inside Indonesia
Wayang and Ludruk: Polarities in Java; Popular Theatre: A Sourcebook
Yogya on Stage; Globalization and Modernity in Asia: Performative Moments

Research Projects

Theatre in the Asia-Pacific: Regional Culture in a Modern global Context; Australian Research Council (ARC)
Theatre, Identity and Community in Yogyakarta in the Post-Suharto Period; University of Tasmania (UTAS)
Australia-Indonesia Development Scholarships Program 2004 Joint Selection Team
Provision of exit and entry surveys of international students

Research Candidate Supervision

A comparative study between Chinese print literature and Chinese internet literature
A Comparative Study of Approaches to Learning of Chinese Background Students from Mainland China, Hong Kong, Malaysia and Singapore in Australian Educational Discourse
Asian Languages in Remote Education using Web Technology
Born in 1960s - A historical and social-psychological perspective of fictional works in China (1990-2005)
China's rise to power on the world stage- peaceful or belligerent
Chinese-Australian Fiction- A Hybrid Narrative of the Chinese Diaspora in Australia
Deconstructing the Chinese Sojourner- Case Studies of Early Chinese Migrants to Tasmania
Defining Experience- Exploring Feminism in Indonesian Contemporary Art
Filipinos in Tasmania- a gendered analysis of diaspora and resistance
HIV-AIDS, Risk and the Transformation of Sexuality in Yogyakarta
Identity and Exile- An examination of Tibetan cultural resistances to the Chinese occupation of their homeland, and the means by which Tibetans maintain a national identity w/o
Jakarta Flanerie- Selected Writings of Seno Gumira Ajidarma
More Than Skin Deep- Masochism in Japanese Women's Writing 1960-2005
Mysticism and Mythology- Embracing the Asian Malay Tradition
Performances of the Post-New Order
Post-Colonial Citizenship Education- A Critical Study of the Production and Reproduction of the Indonesian Civic Ideal
Reforming Teaching Practice in Indonesia- A case Study of the Implementation of Active Learning in Primary Schools in North Maluku
Socio-political Issues in Women's Fiction of the Reformasi
The Characteristics of Women Writers in Indonesian Literature After Reformation Era
The gendering of leadership- representations of leadership, power and gender in the Indonesian print press
The meaning of higher education in refugee resettlement experiences for students studying at the University of Tasmania
Towards the Embodiment of the Mask Balinese Topeng in Contemporary Practice
Translation of old Malay text (in Jawi script) and discussion of the text's relevance.
Women on the margins An alternative to Kodrat?