New Fellowship Recipients


Ryan Crewe, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of History, University of Colorado, Denver, “The Seed of all Discord: The Spice Wars in Global History, 1520-1670.”

David Hanks, Ph.D., (Candidate) Department of Educational Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education, “Eat, Pray, Love, Speak: The Commodification of Language Education for Tourism in Bali.”

Claire-Marie Hefner, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Scholar, Department of Religion – Islamic Studies, Florida State University, “Gendered Exemplarity: Women Teachers and Ethical Modeling in Indonesian Islamic Boarding Schools.”

Joseph Klein, Ph.D., (Candidate) Department of Anthropology – Cultural Anthropology, University of California, Santa Cruz, “Circuits of Credit and Debt in the Indonesian Live Coral Trade.”

Erica Larson, Ph.D., Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Hanover College, “Inheriting a Religious and Corrupt Nation: Ethical Dilemmas of Indonesian Youth.”

Brian MacHarg, Ph.D., Director of Academic Civic Engagement, Department of Academic Affairs – Education/Civic Engagement, Appalachian State University, “From Student Mobilization to Service-Learning: Kuliah Kerja Nyata in Indonesian Higher Education.”

Antonius Wiriadjaja, Visiting Lecturer as a U.S. Fulbright Scholar, Department of Film/TV – Animation, Indonesian Art Institute (ISI) Yogyakarta,“Shadows of the Future: How New Technologies Can Integrate With Traditional Javanese Shadow Puppetry.”

Tyler Yamin, Ph.D., (Candidate) Herb Alpert School of Music – Ethnomusicology, UCLA,“Listening to the Gibbons in the Anthropocene: The Politics and Poetics of Endangered Species Conservation.”

Tyler Yamin performing gamelan at UCLA.

Tyler Yamin performing gamelan at UCLA.