Eve Warburton

PhD candidate
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Room: 4.25
Building: Hedley Bull Building

Eve Warburton joined the Department of Political and Social Change in 2013 where she is researching Indonesian politics and resource nationalism. Eve has a BA (Languages) (Hons) from the University of Sydney and an MA from Columbia University. Her research interests include Indonesian politics, Southeast Asian politics, comparative politics, political economy, natural resources, nationalism, and identity politics. Eve’s work has been published in the Journal of East Asian Studies, Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, Southeast Asia Research, East Asia Forum, New Mandala, the Lowy Institute, Inside Indonesia, and the Financial Review.

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