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Dr

Ken Setiawan

Lecturer In Indonesian Studies/Asian Studies
human rights; national human rights institutions; transitional justice; reconciliation
indonesia
human rights
1965
national human rights commissions
transitional justice
social sciences
history
malaysia
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Dr

Ken Setiawan

 
Division
Arts
 
Primary Interest
Socio-legal studies
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Dr

Ken Setiawan

 

Ken Setiawan joined The University of Melbourne's Asia Institute in 2015 as a McKenzie Postdoctoral Research Fellow (2015-2019). She currently is a Lecturer in Indonesian and Asian Studies.

Ken is also an Associate at the Centre for Indonesian Law, Islam and Society (CILIS) at the Melbourne Law School.Ken has more than 10 years of research experience in Southeast Asia, and holds a PhD in Law, Master of Arts and undergraduate degree in Indonesian language from Leiden University, The Netherlands. Her research interests include globalisation and human rights as well as historical violence and transitional justice. She has widely published on the politics of human rights in Indonesia, in journals such as the Journal of the Humanities and Social Sciences of Southeast Asia, Journal of Contemporary Asia and the Australian Journal of Asian Law. Her book, Promoting Human Rights: National Human Rights Commissions in Indonesia and Malaysia, was published by Leiden University Press (2013).

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 26 most recent scholarly works by Ken Setiawan.

Credentials

Positions


Lecturer In Indonesian Studies/Asian Studies

Asia Institute

Education


PhD in Law

Leiden University

Master of Arts

Leiden University