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Yuda Rasyadian

Graduate Student
Graduate Employee
Anthropology
Office: Condon Hall 365
Office Hours: Wednesday 12-2 p.m.
Research Interests: Development, political anthropology, political economy, social theories of modernity, critical ethnography, social movement and activism, Indigenous epistemologies, Indigeneity, West Timor, West Papua.

Biography

Yuda is a first-year PhD student and graduate teaching fellow in the Anthropology department at the University of Oregon. He received his BA in anthropology from Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia, and an MA in Anthropology from Northern Illinois University where he was awarded the 2020 Outstanding Graduate Student Award. In Indonesia, he works with several grassroots communities and Indigenous peoples in a multicultural environment. His doctoral research investigates development regimes, inequalities, social movement, and multicultural world-making in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, seeking to understand how development projects are challenged and transmogrified by multiple forms of politics. Yuda is also a Digital Editorial Fellow for the Political and Legal Anthropology Review journal and is passionate about teaching, social justice activism, and various global solidarity efforts.