Siti Kusujiarti received her Ph. D from the University of Kentucky. She is currently a professor of sociology and chair of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at Warren Wilson College, Asheville, North Carolina, USA. She has conducted extensive research and teaching on gender relations, development, disaster, and climate change in Indonesia and other Southeast Asian countries.
She has various publications including a co-author book entitled Power, Change, and Gender Relations in Rural Java: A Tale of Two Villages published by Ohio University (2012). Her current research is on gender, climate change and disaster. She was a co-director of Indonesia Seminar of ASIANetwork Faculty Enhancement Program (ANFEP). She also served as the chair of the board of directors of ASIANetwork (2019-2020). Her most recent publications includes "Riskscapes of Gender, Disaster, and Climate Change in Indonesia (with Ann R. Tickamyer) Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy, and Society. July 2020 and “Indonesian Family” in World of Equality: How 25 Couples Around the Globe Share Housework and Childcare (the “Work”) Edited by Francine M Deutsch; Ruth Gaunt published by Cambridge University Press (2020).