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Nama
Dr. Dewi Haryani Susilastuti
NIP
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Agama
Islam
Pangkat/Golongan
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Golongan Darah
Education
1. 2003
Ph.D. in Urban and Regional Planning Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
2. 1991
M.Sc. in Sociology Department of Sociology, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL
3. 1987
B.A. in Sociology (cum laude) Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Honors/Fund
1. 2007-2008Academic Year
Travel fund ($2,000) Department of Sociology, University of Kentucky
2. 1995-1998
Teaching assistantship Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University
3. 1989-1991
Fulbright Fellowship Highly competitive American government’s fellowship, awarded for a completion of a graduate degree in the United States (Master’s degree in Sociology at Florida State University)
4. 1987
The Dutch scholarship for an upgrading course on Women and Development at Leyden University, the Netherlands Scholarship from the Dutch government, awarded to promising Indonesian scholars who were committed to work on issues related to women and development
Present employment
1. August 2008 – present
Senior Researcher - Center for Population and Policy Studies, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia Developing research proposal, designing research instrument for both quantitative and qualitative research , data analysis, field research, library research, data analysis, data presentation, editing contents of a variety of research written by staff of the center, writing report/paper for publication
Research
1. June 2009 – March 2010
Member of National Team 2010 Situational Analysis – UNICEF Indonesia Participating in proposal writing, supervising and collaborating with provincial teams in Aceh, Central Java, Papua and East Nusa Tenggara, collecting data, analyzing secondary data on the impacts of decentralization on programs related to the well being of children and women, preparing country report together with other members of national team
2. April 2009 – October 2009
Co In-Country Coordinator for Indonesia Child Health and Migrant Parents in South East Asia (CHAMPSEA) Supervising research assistants in and outside of the field, communicating with principal investigators at the National University of Singapore, preparing country report together with others.
3. December 2008 – August 2009
Senior Researcher Center for Population and Policies Studies, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia HIV/AIDS –Related Knowledge Among Indonesian Women - Research based on the 2008 Indonesian Demographic Health Survey Library research, data analysis (using SPSS and STATA with the help of a research assistant), report writing in English, presentation of report at the completion of the process.
4. 1995-1997
Research Assistant, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University Health needs among elderly population in the Pacific Rim (for Dr. Marie Cowart) Data analysis using SPSS, library research
5. 1987-1992
Research Staff , Population Studies Center, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia Research proposal writing, research design, field research, data analysis, library research and report writing
6. 1984-1987
Research Assistant, Population Studies Center, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia Data collection (field research) and data analysis using SPSS
Consultancy
1. Between September 08/2008 – November 11/2008 (20 working days)
German Development Cooperation (GTZ Office Indonesia) Consultant on gender analysis of the white book and the draft revision of law 32/2004 on regional government Intensive library research, report writing, facilitating FGD on the gender analysis, polishing the report for publication in Indonesian and English
2. Between January 8/2009 – February 2/2009 (23 working days)
German Development Cooperation (GTZ Office Indonesia) Consultant for the Appraisal Team for Gender Project on the Improvement of the Socio-Legal Standing of Indonesian women Intensive library research, carrying out short appraisal in West Nusa Tenggara, conducting in-depth interview with various stake holders, writing the appraisal report based on own and another consultant’s research
3. March 25, 2009 (1 working day)
German Development Cooperation-Regional Economic Development (GTZ Office Indonesia) Consultant for gender training for GTZ-Regional Economic Development in Solo
4. Between June 8 – June 15, 2009 (7 working days)
German Development Cooperation (GTZ Office Indonesia) Consultant on gender analysis of UU Ormas Intensive library research, report writing, facilitating FGD on the gender analysis
University teaching and course development
1. May 2009 – present
Lecturer, School of Graduate Studies, Gadjah Mada University
2. April 2008 – present
Business Ethics – a graduate class in the Magister of Management, Gadjah Mada University Institutional Development -- a graduate class in the Magister of Public Administration, Gadjah Mada University
3. January 2009 - present
Social and Contingency Planning – a graduate class in the Magister of Policy Studies, Gadjah Mada University Gender and Development -- a graduate class in the Magister of Policy Studies, Gadjah Mada University Theories of Development -- a graduate class in the Magister of Policy Studies, Gadjah Mada University
4. Fall 2006 to Summer 2008
Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University of Kentucky Courses: SOC 101 – Introduction to Sociology SOC 235 – Inequalities in Society SOC 302 – Social Research Methods SOC 335 – Sociology of Gender SOC 435 – Sociology of Race, Ethnicity and Racism Undergraduate lower and upper level courses. Develop syllabus, lecture, and evaluate student projects. SOC 395 – Independent Study Provide academic guidance and expertise, monitor student’s progress, evaluate student’s project
5. Fall 2007
Adjunct Instructor, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Transylvania University Course: SOC 1004 – Introduction to Sociology Undergraduate level course. Developed syllabus, lectured, facilitated group work, and evaluated student writing.
6. 2005 to Spring 2006
Adjunct Faculty, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, Florida A & M University Courses taught: SYG 2000 – Introduction to Sociology SYO 3110 – Men, Women and Social Change Undergraduate level courses. Developed syllabus, lectured, facilitated group work, and evaluated student writing
7. 1998 to spring 2006
Adjunct Faculty, Division of History and Behavioral Sciences, College of History and Social Sciences, Tallahassee Community College Courses taught: SYG 1000 – Introduction to Sociology SYG 2010 – Social Problems Undergraduate level courses. Developed syllabus, lectured, facilitated course activities, and evaluated student writing.
8. 1998 to summer 2006
Adjunct Faculty, Department of Sociology, Florida State University Courses taught: SYA 4300 – Methods of Social Research (online and face-to-face) SYD 3800 – Sociology of Sex and Gender SYG 1000 – Introduction to Sociology SYG 2010 – Social Problems SYG 3100 – Family Problems and Social Change SYG 4374 – Sociology of Gender and Work Lower and upper level undergraduate courses. Selected readings, developed syllabus, lectured, facilitated course discussions and individual /group work, and evaluated student writing.
9. 1998 to summer 2006
Adjunct Instructor, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University Courses taught: URS 1006 – World Cities URP 3000 – Introduction to Planning and Urban Development URP 4022 – Collective Decision Making Lower and upper level undergraduate courses. Selected readings, developed syllabus, lectured, carried out course activities and evaluated student writing.
10. 1995-1997
Teaching Assistant, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University Courses taught: URP 4022 – Collective Decision Making URP 4936 – Gender and Development Upper level undergraduate courses. Selected readings, developed syllabus
11. 1987-1992
Tenure-track lecturer (equivalent to assistant professor in North America), Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta Indonesia Courses taught: SOC 102 Rural Sociology SOC 115 Sociometry SOC 325 Methods of Social Research SOC 510 Gender and Development Undergraduate and graduate level courses. Selected readings, developed syllabus, facilitated all lectures and course activities and evaluated student writing. SOC 417 Undergraduate thesis Supervised undergraduate thesis writing, evaluated student writing
Administration and Academic Advising
1. October 1, 2009 - present
Assistant to the Head Doctoral Program Magister Studi Kebijakan Gadjah Mada University
2. Fall 2003- Spring 2005
Teach for America Faculty Advisor
3. 1998-2000
Graduate Assistant, Women’s Studies Center, Florida State University Answered phone, maintained mailing list, developed monthly newsletter, organized brown bag seminars, and provided one-on-one academic advising for women’s studies major and minor
4. 1997
Admission Committee Graduate student representative for graduate students’ admission, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Florida State University.
5. 1987 – 1992
Undergraduate Academic Advisor Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia Provided academic guidance to Sociology undergraduate students
Article in refereed journal
1. Summer 2007.
Susilastuti, Dewi. “When natural disaster collided with unnatural order: gender and spatial injustice in post-tsunami Aceh”. Journal of Critical Planning, volume 14.
Book chapters
1. 2009
Susilastuti, Dewi (with Muhadjir Darwin and Anna Marie Wattie). 2009. “Introduction” in Muhadjir Darwin, Anna Marie Wattie and Dewi Susilastuti (eds.) A New Face in a Far Away Place: Sexual Network Across Borders Within Southeast Asian Countries. Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Center for Population and Policy Studies. Gadjah Mada University
2. 2008
Susilastuti, Dewi (2008) “Gender and Globalization”. In Amy Lind and Stephanie Brzuzy (eds.) Battleground: Women and Gender. Greenwood Publication
3. 1996
Susilastuti, Dewi (1996) “Home-based workers in the garment industry: a case from a Central Javanese Village” in Boris and Pruegl (eds.) Invisible No More: Home-Based Workers, a Global Perspective. New Jersey: Routledge
Other Publications
1. 1994
Susilastuti, Dewi. 1994. Feminisasi Pasar Tenaga Kerja: Kasus Industri Kulit di Manding Yogyakarta (Feminization of labor force: a case of leather industry in Manding Yogyakarta). Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Pusat Penelitian Kependudukan, Universitas Gadjah Mada (76 pages)
2. 1992
Susilastuti, Dewi. 1992. Sistem kontrak dan ekonomi formal: kaitan antara perkembangan ekonomi lokal dan global. (The putting- out system and the formal economy: the local and global linkage). Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Pusat Penelitian Kependudukan, Universitas Gadjah Mada (102 pages)
3. 1989
Susilastuti, Dewi. 1989. Ekonomi pedesaan dan sistem kontrak: kasus industri pakaian di desa Ambarwangi. (Rural economy and the putting-out system: the case of Ambarwangi village). Yogyakarta, Indonesia: Pusat Penelitian Kependudukan, Universitas Gadjah Mada (98 pages)