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Dr. Frank Dhont – Gastprofessor

Dr. Frank Dhont – Gastprofessor Foto von Dr. Frank Dhont

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Campus Adresse
Campus Nord
EF50

Postadresse
Emil-Figge-Straße 50
44227 Dortmund
Deutschland

Raum 2.310

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Lehr- und Forschungsbereich

Gambrinus Visiting-Professor, Institut für Philosophie und Politikwissenschaft (host: Prof. Dr. Christoph Schuck)

 

Aktuelle Positionen

  • Senior Lecturer, Institute of Asian Studies, University of Brunei Darussalam
  • Director, International Indonesia Forum (Details)

 

Vita / Akademische Laufbahn

  • Department of History, Yale University, USA, Ph.D. in History (2012)
  • Department of History, Gadjah Mada University, Master of Humanities in History (2003)
  • Department of East Asian Languages, Lund University, Sweden, MA, BA in Indonesian (2001)

  

Forschungsprojekte

  • Research Project Member Stories through Memories: Kisah-Kisah dalam Kenangan with Janet Marles (James Cook University) and Maslin Jukim (University of Brunei Darussalam) (seit 2014).
  • Research Project Leader Traditional Rulers of Borneo in the 20th Century Era of State Formation. University of Brunei Darussalam, Institute of Asian Studies (seit 2015).

  

Auszeichnungen / Awards, Grants

  • Invitee, Korea Foundation Invitation Program for Distinguished Guests in Academia, Seoul, Korea, April 24-30, 2016.
  • 2015-2016: Project Member Stories through Memories: 70 years of Friendship Exhibition. World War II Commemoration of the 70th Anniversary of the World War II Oboe Campaigns. Brunei June 2015, Temburong, Tutong and Seria/Kuala Belait November 2015, International School Brunei March 2016, Jerudong International School May 2016.
  • 2006-Present: Member of the Europe-Asia Interdisciplinary Research Unit (Germany).
  • 2009-2010: Yale University Dissertation Research Grant, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia and National Archives, The Netherlands
  • 2007-2009: Mombukagakusho Japanese Government Research Student Scholarship, Waseda University, Japan, Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies
  • 2004-2005: Richard u. Light Foundation Fellowship, Nanzan University, Japan, Center for Japanese Studies
  • 2002-2003: IndonesianGovernment Scholarship (Dharmasiswar.I.), Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia

  

Publikationen (Auswahl)

Books (sole author)              

  • Frank Dhont, “Outlasting Colonialism: Socio-political Change in the Javanese Principalities under the Japanese Occupation of Indonesia during World War II” (unpublished PhD thesis, Yale University, New Haven, 2012), 374 pp.
  • Frank Dhont, Nasionalisme Baru intelektual Indonesia Tahun 1920-an (Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press, 2005), 130 pp.

Books (co-edited)                 

  • Maslin Bin Jukim, Janet Marles, Frank Dhont, Kisah-Kisah Dalam Kenangan: Stories Through Memories (in print, Brunei: Program Kesusasteraan Melayu, Universiti Brunei Darussalam, 2016), 50pp.
  • Frank Dhont, Tracy Wright Webster and Rommel A. Curaming, eds., Between the Mountain and the Sea: Positioning Indonesia (Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press, 2013), 476 pp.
  • Rommel A. Curaming and Frank Dhont, eds., Education in Indonesia: Perspectives, Politics and Practices (Yogyakarta: FIS Press, 2012), 279 pp.
  • Thomas J. Conners, Frank Dhont, Mason Hoadley andAdam Dean Tyson, eds., Social Justice and Rule of Law: Addressing the Growth of a Pluralist Indonesian Democracy (Semarang: Diponegoro University Press, 2011), 514 pp.
  • Frank Dhont, Kevin Ko, Thomas J. Conners andMason Hoadley, eds., Pancasila’s Contemporary Appeal: Re-Legitimizing Indonesia’s Founding Ethos(Yogyakarta: Sanata Dharma University Press, 2010), 380 pp.
  • Frank Dhont, Kevin Fogg and Mason Hoadley, eds.,Indonesian Identity: Towards an Inclusive Democratic Indonesian Society: Bridging the Gap between State Uniformity and Multicultural Identity Patterns(Yogyakarta: Atma Jaya University Press, 2009), 411 pp.

Articles and book chapters

  • Frank Dhont, Janet Marles and Maslin Jukim, ’Stories through Memories’: Enriching the narrative of history through the Memories of Survivors who witnessed the tumultuous events of World War Two in Brunei Darussalam (Dec 1941-June 1945) in Institute of Asian Studies Working Paper series 2016 (forthcoming).
  • Frank Dhont, “Aspiring Modernity: Japan’s role in World War I” in Jarosław Suchoples / Stephanie James (eds.), Re-visiting World War I. Interpretations and Perspectives of the Great Conflict (Berlin - Bern - Bruxelles - Frankfurt am Main - New York - Oxford - Warszawa – Wien: Peter Lang Verlag: Berlin - Bern - Bruxelles - Frankfurt am Main - New York - Oxford - Warszawa - Wien, In print 2016), 63-84.
  • Frank Dhont, “La résistance aux Philippines” in Encyclopédie de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale, Guillaume Piketty and Jean-François Muracciole, eds. (Paris: éditions Robert Laffont, 2015), 622.
  • Frank Dhont, “La résistance en Indochine” in Encyclopédie de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale, Guillaume Piketty and Jean-François Muracciole, eds. (Paris: éditions Robert Laffont, 2015), 623.
  • Frank Dhont, “La résistance en Indonésie” in Encyclopédie de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale, Guillaume Piketty and Jean-François Muracciole, eds. (Paris: éditions Robert Laffont, 2015), 998-999.
  • Frank Dhont, “Les Pays-Bas et la reforme de leur empire” in Encyclopédie de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale, Guillaume Piketty and Jean-François Muracciole, eds. (Paris: éditions Robert Laffont, 2015), 954-955.
  • Frank Dhont, “Coastwatchers” in Encyclopédie de la Seconde Guerre Mondiale, Guillaume Piketty and Jean-François Muracciole, eds. (Paris: éditions Robert Laffont, 2015), 222.
  • Frank Dhont, “The Historical figure of Omar Al-Mukhtar and Islamic Martyrdom in Indonesia,” Al-Jamiah Journal of Islamic Studies 50, no. 1 (2012): (75-96).
  • Frank Dhont, “A Case of Romusha in Yogyakarta,” in Social Justice and Rule of Law: Addressing the Growth of a Pluralist Indonesian Democracy, eds., Thomas J. Conners, Frank Dhont, Mason Hoadley and Adam Dean Tyson, 493-514 (Semarang: Diponegoro University Press, 2011).
  • Frank Dhont, “Institutional Change and Continuity: Strategies of Rule in Malacca under Malay, Portuguese and Early Dutch Rule” in
  • Sejarah Indonesia: Perspectif Lokal dan Global, eds., Sri Margana and Widya Fitrianingsih, 27-29 (Yogyakarta: Ombak, 2010).
  • Frank Dhont, “Building the Indonesian nation in the face of adversity” in Indonesian Identity: Towards an Inclusive Democratic Indonesian Society: Bridging the Gap between State Uniformity and Multicultural Identity Patterns, eds., Frank Dhont, Kevin Fogg and Mason Hoadley, 235-257 (Yogyakarta: Atma Jaya University Press, 2009).
  • Frank Dhont, “Pandangan Kaum Intelektual Nasionalis Indonesia Muda Akhir 1920-an Terhadap Demokrasi, Politik Lokal dan Otonomi” in Desentralisasi, Globalisasi dan Demokrasi Lokal, ed., Jamil Gunawan, Sutoro Eko Yunanto, Anton Birowo, Bambang Purwanto, 3-22 (Jakarta: Pustaka LP3ES Indonesia, 2004).
  • Frank Dhont, “Melati van Java and Abdoel Moeis: two great literary talents,” Lembaran Sejarah, 4, no.2, (2012): (64-87).

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