Amanda Achmadi obtained her doctorate degree in Architecture and Asian Studies at the University of Melbourne in 2007. She also holds a Bachelor degree in Architecture from Parahyangan University (Bandung, Indonesia).
Her dissertation explores the role of architectural discourses within the 20th century construction of cultural identity in Bali. Amanda is interested in looking at the interactions between architecture and identity politics and how these unfold in different historical periods: pre-colonial, colonial and postcolonial era. Her main focus is the architectural landscape of Indonesia and Southeast Asian region.
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Rethinking Modern Asia-Pacific Architectures: New Aesthetic Pedagogies International Works..
Internal Research Grant
Advertising "the East": Encounters with the Urban and the Exotic in Late Colonial Asia Pac..
The Architecture of Cultuurstelsel in Nineteenth-century Dutch East Indies: Built Traces o..
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A Study of Indonesian Architectural History, (Sudradjat); Behind the Postcolonial: Architecture, Urban Space and Political Cultures in Indonesia, (Kusno); The Boat and the City: Chinese Diaspora and the Archtiecture of Southeast Asian Coastal Cities, (Widodo); The Past in the Present: Architecture in Indonesia, (Nas) (REVIEWS)
Journal article | 2011 | Fabrications
Honours, Awards and Fellowships
Senior Lecturer In Architectural Design
Architecture, Building And Planning
DOCTORATE IN ARCHITECTURE AND ASIAN STUDIES
University of Melbourne
Universitas Katolik Parahyangan