Sri Margana



Sri Margana

Current Occupation

The Head of History Program, Post-Graduate Program Faculty of Humanity Gadjah Mada University, Jogjakarta

Afiliation

Institute Sejarah Indonesia (Indonesian Historical Institute)

Academic Career

  • B.A. on History, Faculty of Humanities
  • Universitas Gadjah Mada, Jogjakarta, 1996
  • M.A. on History, Faculty of Humanities
  • Universitas Gadjah Mada, Jogjakarta, 2001
  • M.Phil on History, Faculty of Arts, Leiden University, 2003
  • Ph.D. on History, Faculty of Arts, Leiden University, 2007

Academic Courses

  • The First Summer Course in Indonesia Modern Economic History, July- August, 1996 Universitas Gadjah Mada  – Leiden University, Netherlands
  • Extended Course on Social History, Dakar, Senegal, 3 October – 4 November 2000, CODESRIA Dakar-SEPHIS Amsterdam.
  • SEASREP Southeast Asian Regional Exchange Program, University of Philippine, Manila Philippine, April-May, 2001

B.A. Thesis

Perubahan Kedudukan Tanah Apanage di Mangkunegaran pada Masa Mangkunegara IV (The Changing of the Status of the Apanage Land in Mangkunegara during the Reign of Mangkunegara IV)

M.A. Thesis

Perkembangan Pemikiran Intelektual Jawa di Istana Surakarta pada Abad ke XIX (The Development of the Javanese Intelektual Thinking in the Court of Surakarta in the Nineteenth Century)

Ph.D. Dissertation

Java’st Last Frontier: The Struggle for the Hegemony of Blambangan, 1863-1813.

Research Grants

  • 1999 – 2001 , The Toyota Foundation “The transliteration, translation and the publications of the Javanese documents relating to the social and political affairs in the Principalities of Central Java in the Nineteenth Century”
  • 1998, Modern Economic History Program, The Department of History Faculty of Letters Leiden University “Exploration of the Indigenous Sources in KITLV Leiden”
  • 1996, Modern Economic History Program, the Committee of the Second Summer Course in Indonesian Modern Economic History, Dept. of History Universitas Gadjah Mada, “The Development of the Rights to Land in Java 1800-1970”
  • 1996, Modern Economic History Program, The Committee of the First Summer Course in Indonesian Modern Economic History, Dept. of History Universitas Gadjah Mada, “Trade and Economic Development in Aceh, 1900-1942”

International Conference

  • Conference on “The Economies of Southeast Asia in the 1930’s Depression, held by School of the African and Oriental Studies (SOAS) University of London 2-4 April 1998
  • International Conference on Modern Economic History of Indonesia held by Forum on the Economic History of Indonesia and Southeast Asia (FECHINSEA) Yogyakarta, 26-28 August 1999
  • International Conference on “Sugarlandia: Re-Thinking on Sugar Colony in the Asia and Pacific Region in the Global Context, held by IISG (Internationale Instituut voor Social Geschiedenins) International Institute for Social History Amsterdam. The Netherlands
  • The Second TANAP Conference: “Asia in the Age of Partnership”, Bangkok Thailand, October 2002
  • The Third TANAP Conference, University of Xiamen, Xiamen China, 20-25 October 2003
  • Internation Association of Historian in Asia (IAHAA) Conference 2004, TAIWAN
  • Contingent Live Conference: Social Identity and Material Culture in the VOC World, University of Cape Town, South Africa 2006
  • ICAS Conference, Daejeon South Korea, 6-9 August 2009

Works and Publication

Books:

  • Kraton Surakarta and Yogyakarta, 1769-1874 (Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar, 2004)
  • Pujangga Jawa dan Bayang-bayang Kolonial, (Yogyakarta Pustaka Pelajar, 2004)
  • Kota-Kota di Jawa: Identitas, Gaya Hidup dan Permasalahan Sosial, (Yogyakarta: Ombak, 2009), (Editor with M. Nursam)
  • Sejarah Indonesia Perspektif Lokal dan Global (Yogyakarta: Ombak, 2009) (Editor with Widya Fitrianingsih)

Chapters of the Books:

  • “Materialisme Kultural, Historiografi Baru dan Historiografi Traditional”,  in Muh. Arif Rokhman (ed.), Politik Sastra Banding: Potret Abad 20 dan 21, (Yogyakarta Aditya Media, 2007), pp. 27-36
  • “Sastra Hindia Belanda dan rekonstruksi Sejarah: Studi terhadap De Stille Kracht Karya Louis Couperus, in Muh. Arif Rokhman (eds.), Sastra Interdisipliner: Menyandingkan Sastra dan Disiplin Ilmu Sosial, (Yogyakarta: Qalam 2003)
  • “The Formation of a New Frontier: The Conquest of Java Oosthoek by the VOC in 1768, in Nigel Worden (ed.), Contingent Lives: Social Identity and Material Culture in the VOC World (Cape Town: Historical Studies Department, 2007), hal. 184-206
  • “Hybridity, Colonial Capitalism and Indigenous Resistance: The Case of the Paku Alam in Central Java, in Ulbe Bosma (eds.) Sugarlandia Revisited, Sugar and Colonialism in Asia and the Americas, 1800 to 1940 (Oxford/NewYork: Berghahn Books, 2007)

Book Introductions:

  • Marnie Hughes-Warrington, 50 Tokoh Penting dalam Sejarah, (Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar, 2008), pp. v-x.
  • “Islam dalam Tradisi Hukum Jawa dan Hukum Kolonial: Sebuah Pengantar” in, Mason Hoadley, Islam dalam Tradisi Hukum Jawa dan Hukum Kolonial (Yogyakarta: Graha Ilmu 2008)
  • “ Konteks Historis-Sosiologis Sengketa Hukum di Kadipaten Adikarta Pada Masa Kolonial” in, Arsip-Arsip Pakualaman Yogyakarta (Yogyakarta: Kantor Arsip Daerah DIY, 2008)

Articles:

  • “Perdagangan dan Perkembangan Ekonomi Aceh, 1900-1942, Lembaran Sejarah, Vol. 1, No. 1 1997
  • “Kapitalisme Pribumi dan Sistem Agraria Tradisional: Perkebunan Kopi di Mangkunegaran Surakarta, 1853-1881”, Lembaran Sejarah, Vol. 1, No. 2 1998
  • “Surorejo versur Karosudiro: Bekel and Bekel System in the Principalities of Central Jawa during the colonial period, 1880-1912” Lembaran Sejarah, Vol. III, No. 1, 2000
  • “Nusa Barong on Fire: The Buginese Diaspora on the Island of Evil, 1770-1800”, Lembaran Sejarah, Vol 7 No. 1, 2004

Book Review:

  • Peter B. Carey, The Archive of Jogyakarta, Vol II in BKI, 2003