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Inline image 1Celebrating the Intellectual Legacy

of

Jeffrey Hadler (1968-2017)

An Exhibition

February through September 2017

in the South/Southeast Asia Library (120 Doe Library)

Muslims and matriarchs : cultural resilience in Indonesia through jihad and colonialism

2010

Sengketa Tiada Putus: Matriarkat, Reformisme Islam, dan Kolonialisme di Minangkabau (refised and expanded translation of Muslims and Matriarchs)

 

2008

Muslims and Matriarchs: Cultural Resilience in Indonesia through Jihad and Colonialism

"A Historiography of Violence and the Secular State in Indonesia : Tuanku Imam Bondjol and the Uses of History", Journal of Asian Studies (67:3, August 2008)

 

2005

Indonesia in the Soeharto Year: Issues, Incidents, and Images (co-editor and project historian)

 

2004

"Translations of Antisemitism: Jews, the Chinese, and Violence in Colonial and Postcolonial Indonesia", Indonesia and the Malay World (32:94, November 2004, pp. 291-313)

 

 

Indonesia in the Soeharto years : issues, incidents and images

2003

"Rusli Amran and the Rewriting of Minangkabau History", Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia (March 2003)

 

1998

"Home, Fatherhood, Succession: Three Generations of Amrullahs in 20th Century Indonesia", Indonesia (no. 65, April 1998, pp. 122-154)

"Remus Orthography: The History of the Representation of the African-American Voice", Journal of Folklore Research (35:2, August 1998, pp. 99-126)

 

1995

"Membongkar Minangkabau", Jurnal Kebudayaan Genta Budaya (v. 1:1, 1995, pp. 60-77)

"A Historiography of Violence and the Secular State in Indonesia : Tuanku Imam Bondjol and the Uses of History", Journal of Asian Studies (67:3, August 2008)

"Translations of Antisemitism: Jews, the Chinese, and Violence in Colonial and Postcolonial Indonesia", Indonesia and the Malay World (32:94, November 2004, pp. 291-313)

"Rusli Amran and the Rewriting of Minangkabau History", Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia (March 2003)

"Home, Fatherhood, Succession: Three Generations of Amrullahs in 20th Century Indonesia", Indonesia (no. 65, April 1998, pp. 122-154)

"Remus Orthography: The History of the Representation of the African-American Voice", Journal of Folklore Research (35:2, August 1998, pp. 99-126)

"Membongkar Minangkabau", Jurnal Kebudayaan Genta Budaya (v. 1:1, 1995, pp. 60-77)

Throughout his life, Professor Jeffrey Hadler established himself as an accomplished scholar in Indonesian studies, authoring several books and a dozen articles. Over the last fifteen years, Professor Hadler selflessly dedicated his intellectual insight and guidance to the UC Berkeley academic community, enhancing the Library’s Southeast Asia collection. Additionally, he served in the following academic roles:

 

2009-2012    

Member, Southeast Asia Council of the Association for Asian Studies

 

2011-2014    

Chair, Center for Southeast Asia Studies

 

2011-2014    

Faculty Representative, Southeast Asia Materials Project Executive Committee of the Center for Research Libraries

 

2014-2015    

Chair, Department of South and Southeast Asian Studies

 

2016-2017    

Member, Academic Senate Library Committee

2012-2013

Faculty Research Grant from the UCB Committee on Research to conduct fieldwork in Bali, Central Java, and Jakarta

 

2011

Harry J. Benda Prize from the Association for Asian Studies (given annually to an outstanding newer scholar for a first book in the field of Southeast Asian Studies)

 

2009

Mellon Research Grant for newly tenured faculty

 

2008

Faculty Research Grant from the UCB Committee on Research for a publication subvention

 

2008

Berkeley nominee for the Carnegie Scholars Program for the project, "Particular Heresies: Debating Muslim Matriliny in Indonesia."

 

2006/2007 (summers)

Faculty Research Grant from the UCB Committee on Research for fieldwork in Indonesia, "Night Letters, Art and Ambiguity in the Early Years of Soeharto's New Order (1966-1974)."

 

2006

Humanities Research Fellowship sabbatical semester to finish book revisions for Muslims and Matriarchate: Colonial Society After Jihad

 

2003-2004

Townsend Center Fellow

 

2003-2004

Freeman Grant to revamp the undergraduate curriculum in Southeast Asian Studies, new courses offered in 2004-2005

 

2003

UC Berkeley Mellon Library/Faculty Fellow for Undergraduate Research

 

2002-2003

COR research assistantship grant for developing a critical translation of a 19C Hebrew traveler's account of Southeast Asia

 

2002-2003

Co-Principal Investigator for Pac Rim funded project: "Developing a Digital Research Infrastructure for Southeast Asia", initial workshop held in Siem Reap, Cambodia, in January 2003

 

1999-2000

Harry Frank Guggenheim Foundation Grant, "Translations of Antisemitism: Jews and Violence in Indonesia".

 

1997-1998

Charlotte W. Newcombe Fellowship from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation

 

1994-1996

Fulbright Doctoral Research Award; SSRC International Dissertation Fellowship to conduct research in Indonesia (West Sumatra, Jakarta, and Yogyakarta) and the Netherlands

International advisory board for the journal Indonesia and the Malay World (London, SOAS)

Association for Asian Studies

Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (KITLV)

Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society

 

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