Dr Priyambudi Sulistiyanto

Position/s:Senior Lecturer
School of International Studies
Phone: +61 8 82017723
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Location: Social Sciences South (313)
Postal address: GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Teaching

Teaching interests

Asian studies
Indonesian studies
Southeast Asian studies

Topic Coordinator:

  • ASST1002  Modern Asia: Economy, Society and Politics
  • ASST2002  Indonesian Culture and Society
  • ASST2005  Democracy and Human Rights in Asia
  • ASST3011  Environment and Development in Asia
  • ASST7014  Ideas About Asia

Research and supervision

Research expertise

  • Policy and administration
  • Political science

Research interests

Indonesian politics
Southeast Asian Studies
Local politics in Southeast Asia
Politics of reconciliation

Supervisory interests

  • Indonesian decentralisation

RHD research supervision

Current

Principal supervisor: Environmental politics in Indonesia (1); Social capital and environment in Indonesia (1);

Completion

Principal supervisor: Indonesian police reform (1); Indonesian foreign policy (1);

Associate supervisor: Indonesia-Australian immigration cooperation (1);

Publications

Book chapters
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2014). The politics of the Mount Merapi in Central Java, Indonesia. In Minako Sakai, Edwin Jurriens, Jian Zhang and Alec Thornton, ed. Disaster Relief in the Asia Pacific, Agency and Resilience. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 119-131. [Link]
  • Sulistiyanto, P. and Setyadi, R. (2009). Civil society and grassroots reconciliation in central Java. In Birgit Brauchler, ed. Reconciling Indonesia. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 192-213.
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2009). Pilkada in Bantul district: incumbent, populism and the decline of royal power. In Maribeth Erb and Priyambudi Sulistiyanto, ed. Deepening Democracy in Indonesia? Direct elections for local leaders (Pilkada) Singapore: ISEAS Publishing, pp. 190-208.
  • Sulistiyanto, P. and Erb, M. (2009). Indonesia and the quest for "democracy" In Maribeth Erb and Priyambudi Sulistiyanto, ed. Deepening Democracy in Indonesia? Direct elections for local leaders (Pilkada) Singapore: ISEAS Publishing, pp. 1-37.
  • Sulistiyanto, P. and Wu, X. (2006). Independent power producers in Indonesia and the Philippines. In M. Ramesh and Michael Howlett, ed. Deregulation and its Discontents. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 109-123.
Refereed journal articles
  • Rosser, A. and Sulistiyanto, P. (2013). The Politics of Universal Free Basic Education in Decentralized Indonesia: Insights from Yogyakarta. Pacific Affairs, 86(3) pp. 539-560. [Link]
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2010). Indonesia-Australia relations in the era of democracy: the view from the Indonesian side. Australian Journal of Political Science, 45(1) pp. 117-132. [doi:10.1080/10361140903517742]
  • Schiller, J.W., Lucas, A.E. and Sulistiyanto, P. (2008). Learning from the East Java mudflow: disaster politics in Indonesia. Indonesia, 85 pp. 51-79. [Link]
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2007). Politics of justice and reconciliation in post-Suharto Indonesia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 37(1) pp. 73-94. [doi:10.1080/00472330601104623]
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2007). The politics of intelligence reform in post-Suharto Indonesia. The Journal of the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers, 15(2) pp. 29-46. [Link]

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Book chapters
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2014). The politics of the Mount Merapi in Central Java, Indonesia. In Minako Sakai, Edwin Jurriens, Jian Zhang and Alec Thornton, ed. Disaster Relief in the Asia Pacific, Agency and Resilience. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 119-131. [Link]
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2009). Pilkada in Bantul district: incumbent, populism and the decline of royal power. In Maribeth Erb and Priyambudi Sulistiyanto, ed. Deepening Democracy in Indonesia? Direct elections for local leaders (Pilkada) Singapore: ISEAS Publishing, pp. 190-208.
  • Sulistiyanto, P. and Erb, M. (2009). Indonesia and the quest for "democracy" In Maribeth Erb and Priyambudi Sulistiyanto, ed. Deepening Democracy in Indonesia? Direct elections for local leaders (Pilkada) Singapore: ISEAS Publishing, pp. 1-37.
  • Sulistiyanto, P. and Setyadi, R. (2009). Civil society and grassroots reconciliation in central Java. In Birgit Brauchler, ed. Reconciling Indonesia. Abingdon, UK: Routledge, pp. 192-213.
  • Sulistiyanto, P. and Wu, X. (2006). Independent power producers in Indonesia and the Philippines. In M. Ramesh and Michael Howlett, ed. Deregulation and its Discontents. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 109-123.
Refereed journal articles
  • Rosser, A. and Sulistiyanto, P. (2013). The Politics of Universal Free Basic Education in Decentralized Indonesia: Insights from Yogyakarta. Pacific Affairs, 86(3) pp. 539-560. [Link]
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2010). Indonesia-Australia relations in the era of democracy: the view from the Indonesian side. Australian Journal of Political Science, 45(1) pp. 117-132. [doi:10.1080/10361140903517742]
  • Schiller, J.W., Lucas, A.E. and Sulistiyanto, P. (2008). Learning from the East Java mudflow: disaster politics in Indonesia. Indonesia, 85 pp. 51-79. [Link]
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2007). Politics of justice and reconciliation in post-Suharto Indonesia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, 37(1) pp. 73-94. [doi:10.1080/00472330601104623]
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2007). The politics of intelligence reform in post-Suharto Indonesia. The Journal of the Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers, 15(2) pp. 29-46. [Link]
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2006). Muhammadiyah, local politics and local identity in Kotagede. Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, 21(2) pp. 254-270.
  • Sulistiyanto, P. (2004). The 2004 general elections and the virtues of Indonesian presidentialism. Kasarinlan: Philippine Journal of Third World Studies, 19(2) pp. 4-24. [Link]
Other public research outputs
  • Erb, M. and Sulistiyanto, P. (2009). Editor. Deeping democracy in Indonesia? Direct elections for local leaders (pilkada) 1 ed. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), pp. 1-392. [Link]

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