Yale Indonesia Forum 2004-2005
Graduate Student Coordinators:
Yoonseok Lee, Gregory Thaler,
Ervin Yeo, Sam Heller, Michael Lichtenfeld, Linda Kramme, Douglas Schuster,
(on leave: Frank Dhont, Thomas Pepinsky)

Faculty Advisor:

Indriyo Sukmono

Wednesday, November 3
"Challenges of Applying Modern Mediation in Resolving Conflicts in Indonesia"
Peter Suwarno, Associate
Professor, Program for Southeast Asia Studies & Dept Languages and Literature, Arizona State University.
*Dialog with Dr. Suwarno - YIF Discussion Workshop.

Tuesday, November 9
Living, Working and Researching in Indonesia: Having Fun, Making Friends, Giving Back and Getting a Degree out of it"
Steve Rhee, PhD Candidate,School of Forestry & Environmental Studies, Yale University

Wednesday, November 17
"Promoting Education in Indonesia"
Totok A. Soefijanto, PhD Candidate in Education, Boston University

Thursday, February 10
"Researching and Living in Indonesia (Java)"
Dialog With Thomas Conners, PhD Candidate, Anthropology / Linguistics, Yale University.

Wednesday, April 20
"Reconstruction in Post-Tsunami Aceh, Indonesia"
An Illustrated Discussion presented by
Jeffrey T.M. Yoder, Overseas Ministries Study Center Resident 2004-2005. Co-sponsored by the Social Ecology Group, Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

The Yale Indonesia Forum (YIF) is an interdisciplinary group that serves members of the Yale community with a common interest in Indonesia and Indonesian affairs.While YIF actively seeks to raise awareness on Indonesia and its related issues on-campus through various activities, its main focus is to bring together faculty, students, and outside experts to present and discuss scholarship relating to Indonesia in the sub-national, regional, and global context. The group encourages presentations of works-in-progress by students and faculty, and welcomes outside speakers on Indonesia as well. The disciplinary focus is broad; topics of interest include the arts and humanities, social sciences, and current events and policy studies.