Laila Kholid Alfirdaus

Lecturer at Department of Politics and Government, Universitas Diponegoro

Laila holds a Master's in Public Policy from Crawford School of Public Policy, the Australian National University. She achieved her doctoral degree in Inter-Religious Studies at the Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies' International Ph.D. Program, Sekolah Pasca-Sarjana, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.

Currently, she is the Chair of Research Council of Kabupaten Rembang, Central Java Province. She also leads the research division in the Indonesian Political Science Association's (Asosiasi Ilmu Politik Indonesia, AIPI), Semarang branch, Indonesia.

Experience

  • 2005–present
    Lecturer, Department of Politics and Government, Universitas Diponegoro
  • 2019–present
    Ketua, Dewan Riset Daerah Kabupaten Rembang, Jawa Tengah

Education

  • 2017 
    International Ph.D Program in Inter-Religious Studies, the Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies (ICRS), the Graduate School, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Doctor of Philosophy
  • 2008 
    Crawford School of Public Policy, the Australian National University, Master of Public Policy
  • 2004 
    Jurusan Ilmu Pemerintahan, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Sarjana Ilmu Politik

Publications

  • 2019
    Mining Sector Under New Law of Decentralization: A Lesson from Some Districts in Central Java Province, Politik Indonesia: Indonesian Political Science Review
  • 2019
    Women’s Empowerment in Village Governance Transformation in Indonesia: Between Hope and Criticism (co-author), International Journal of Rural Management, SAGE
  • 2018
    Botoh dan Pembiayaan Pilkada Alternatif (co-author, book chapter), Sukmajati, M., & Perdana, A. (Eds.). Pembiayaan Pemilu di Indonesia. Diterbitkan oleh Badan Pengawas Pemilihan Umum Republik Indonesia
  • 2017
    Disengaged Citizens: Involuntarily Returned and Relocated Transmigrants in Southern Kebumen, PCD Journal, Universitas Gadjah Mada
  • 2017
    The Blooming Years: Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia (book chapter), Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University
  • 2016
    The Position of Minang-Chinese Relationship in he History of Inter-ethnic Groups Relations in Padang, West Sumatra, HUMANIORA, Jurnal Fakultas Ilmu Budaya, UGM
  • 2016
    Democracy From Below: Cultural Practices and Grassroots Initiatives in Indonesia, The Latin American Council of Social Sciences (CLACSO)
  • 2015
    Religion and anti-Chinese violence in Indonesian democratic transition, 1997-2004, Masyarakat, Kebudayaan dan Politik, Jurnal FISIP Universitas Airlangga
  • 2014
    Disaster and Discrimination: The Ethnic Chinese Minority in Padang in the Aftermath of the September 2009 Earthquake , Sojourn: Journal of Social Issues in Southeast Asia, ISEAS
  • 2014
    To Be Self Advocates: What Southeast Asian Countries Can Learn from Indonesia (book chapter), Fitriani, E., Seda, F. S., & Maryam, Y. (Eds.). Governance of Extractive Industries: Assessing National Experiences to Inform Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia. Diterbitkan oleh Universitas Indonesia Press.
  • 2014
    Islam dan HAM: Diskursus dan Pengalaman Indonesia (book chapter), Centre for Human Rights Studies at the Indonesian Islamic University (Pusham UII) Yogyakarta) & Norwegian Center for Human Rghts - University of Oslo
  • 2014
    Politik Relasi Etnik: Matrilinealitas dan Etnik Minoritas Cina di Padang, Sumatra Barat, KOMUNITAS: International Journal of Indonesian Society & Culture, Universitas Negeri Semarang
  • 2013
    Islam and Local Politics: In the Quest of Kyai, Politics, and Development in Kebumen, 2008-2010, Al-Jamiah: Journal of Islamic Studies (indexed in SCOPUS)

Grants and Contracts

  • 2013
    The Latin America/Africa/Asia/Scholarly Collaborative Program
    Role:
    Principal Researcher
    Funding Source:
    Tri-continental South-South Cooperation Program Consortium (CODESRIA, CLACSO, IDEAs)
  • 2011
    Beasiswa BPPS
    Role:
    PhD Student
    Funding Source:
    DIKTI
  • 2005
    Australian Partnership Scholarships
    Role:
    Master Student
    Funding Source:
    Australian Agency for International Development