Activities per year
My initial research plan was on everyday life’s care of oil palm smallholders/family farms in Kalimantan, Indonesia when I started my PhD in 2019. When COVID made the ethnographic work impossible, I shifted to “Gendered Analysis of Family farm’s Care in Indonesian Oil Palm Sustainable Policy Discourse”.
My research is informed by Feminist Political Ecology (FPE) and critical development studies. I recently started exploring the travelling theory from post-colonial thinker to make sense of my understanding of care as I travel from different spaces (Global North-South) and across my life stage.
Before joining the School of Environment and Technology at the University of Brighton as WEGO ITN early-stage researcher at the end of March 2019, I supported research and community programs with international, regional and national research institutes and NGOs. I contributed to research on a wide range of issues on land rights, rural development and gender equality. The last research I supported was governing oil palm for sustainable and gender-inclusive landscapes with the Center of International Forestry Research (CIFOR).
WEGO-ITN: This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 764908.
Master, Institut Pertanian Bogor
1 Aug 2008 → 1 Oct 2012
Award Date: 1 Oct 2012
PhD Researcher, WEGO25 Mar 2019 → 24 Mar 2022
Senior Research Officer - on study leave1 Oct 2017 → 1 Feb 2022
Program Assistant1 Feb 2016 → 30 Sep 2017
Junior researcher1 Aug 2006 → 1 Jan 2012
- 6 Similar Profiles
28 Nov 2019
Activity: External talk or presentation › Invited talk