Eve Warburton

Dr Eve Warburton is a research fellow at the Department of Political and Social Change in the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs. She is also Director of ANU's Indonesia Institute at the College of Asia and the Pacific. Her research is concerned broadly with problems of representation and governance in young and developing democracies, with a focus on Southeast Asia and Indonesia in particular. She has published in leading disciplinary and area studies journals on topics of democratic representation, state-business relations, and the political economy of policymaking in Indonesia. Her first book manuscript, Resource Nationalism in Indonesia: Booms, Big Business and the State, is in-press with Cornell University Press.

 

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Research Interest

Democracy, Representation, Business-State Relations, Political Economy, Politics of Indonesia and Southeast Asia.

Heba
BA Hors. (Mount Holyoke College), MPhil (Oxford)

Heba Al Adawy is a PhD student at the Coral Bell School of Asia and the Pacific at Australian National University, Canberra. Her research is situated within Interpretivist Political Science and IR. Broadly, her areas of interest include youth politics and youth engagement in the context of militarization and international development practices; transitional justice and peace-building in post-war contexts; political Islam and secularism. Her regional interests have spanned across Eastern Europe, Middle East and (currently) South Asia.

Research Interest

Youth politics and youth engagement in the context of militarization and international development practices; transitional justice and peace-building in post-war contexts; political Islam and secularism.

HDR Supervisor/s
Moeen Hayat Cheema
April Biccum
Thesis Title/Topic
Ghair-Siyasi Students and the Ideology of 'Dirty Politics' in Pakistan
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