Hangga Fathana
Assistant Professor, Head of Department

Available for contact via:

Telephone
(62) 274 898444 ext. 2123

Email
[email protected]

Address
Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building
UII Main Campus, Yogyakarta 55584
Indonesia

Hangga Fathana currently serves as Head of Department of International Relations, Universitas Islam Indonesia. He teaches and researches in global political economy; trade politics; and Australian foreign policy across a range of key relationships.

Qualifications

  • Bachelor of International Studies, Flinders University of South Australia, 2009
  • Sarjana Ilmu Politik, Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta, 2011
  • Master of Arts (International Relations), Universitas Gadjah Mada, 2013

Honors, awards, grants

  • JIH Research Grants, Indigenisation of trade negotiation model: a case study of Southeast Asia, 2020
  • Awardee, Discovering Indonesian Islam, British Embassy, Jakarta, 2016
  • Awardee, Bakrie Graduate Fellowship, 2012

Selected key responsibilities

  • Head, Department of International Relations, Universitas Islam Indonesia (January 2020-present)
  • Director of Partnerships & International Affairs, Universitas Islam Indonesia (September 2018-January 2020)
  • Head of University Admission Committee, Universitas Islam Indonesia (December 2018-August 2019)
  • Director of Marketing, Partnerships, and Alumni Affairs, Universitas Islam Indonesia (January 2015-August 2018)
  • Director of Public Relations, Universitas Islam Indonesia (July 2013-December 2014)

Membership of association and professional bodies 

  • Secretary for Partnership Affairs, Indonesian Inter-Islamic Universities Cooperation, 2019-present
  • Deputy Secretary for Yogyakarta region, Indonesian Private Higher Education Association, 2020-present
  • Member of International Political Science Association, 2018-2019
  • Member of Australian Political Studies Association (APSA), 2017-2019

Available for contact via:

Telephone
(62) 274 898444 ext. 2123

Email
[email protected]

Address
Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building
UII Main Campus, Yogyakarta 55584
Indonesia

Research expertise

  • Australian Politics
  • Australian Foreign Policy
  • Global Political Economy
  • Trade Politics

Selected publications

Journals

  • “Palm oil politics in Malaysia and Indonesia: competition or collaboration?” in JATI – Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, Vol. 23, No. 2, p. 47-64.
  • “Economic Boom or Gloom?: The Political Economy of Australia’s Resource Industry” in Multiversa Journal of International Studies, Vol. 23, No. 2, 2013
  • “Bali Democracy Forum as Indonesia’s Initiative on Promoting South-South Cooperation: Advancing Democracy in the Global South” co-author with Karina Utami Dewi, in Multiversa Journal of International Studies, Vol. 41, No. 3, 2012.

Other public research outputs

  • “Revisiting Australia-Indonesia Economic Relations: Close but still far?”, presented at International Political Science Association 25th World Congress of Political Science, Brisbane, Australia, July 21-25, 2018.
  • “Domestic tensions and external threats: Revisiting the politics of innovation in Southeast Asia”, presented at The International Conference on Southeast Asia, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 6-7 December 2017.
  • “Low politics as policy priority: reshaping Australia-Indonesia relations”, presented at the Australian Political Studies Association Conference 2016, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, 25-28 September 2016.
  • “Malaysia and Indonesia in Southeast Asian food politics”, presented at the International conference on Malaysia-Indonesia Relations (PAHMI), University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 16-17 August 2016.
  • “Examining Australia’s humanitarian response to asylum seekers: an Indonesian perspective”, presented at the 5th Annual Conference of Japan Association for Human Security Studies, International Christian University, Tokyo, Japan, 12-13 December 2015.
  • “How Indonesia’s elections differ from Australia’s”, in The Conversation Australia, April 2019.
  • “Correspondence on Hugh White’s – The Jakarta Switch”, in Australian Foreign Affairs, October 2018.
  • “How will Australia’s plan to move its embassy to Jerusalem affect relations with Indonesia?”, in The Conversation Australia, October 2018.
  • “What Indonesia expects from Australia’s new Prime Minister Scott Morrison”, in The Conversation Australia, August 2018.
  • “Cabinet papers 1994-95: How a security agreement allayed Australian anxiety over Indonesia”, in The Conversation Australia, December 2017.
  • “Between perceptions and realities of Australian-Indonesian attitudes: a view from Indonesia”, in The Conversation Australia, September 2016.
  • “Views from abroad: how does the world see Australia’s political instability? Indonesia isn’t too reliant on a single party” in The Conversation Australia, July 2016.
  • “View from abroad on the election: Indonesians need to rethink party stereotypes” in The Conversation Australia, June 2016.
  • “The Landscape of Government Policies to Support Research in Indonesian Universities”, presented at the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Malaysia, 6 August 2017
  • “Political Islam in Indonesia: Addressing Challenges”, presented at the University of Gloucestershire, Cheltenham, The United Kingdom, 17 November 2016.
  • “Palm Oil Politics in Indonesia”, presented at the University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus, Semenyih, Malaysia, 20 November 2016.

Available for contact via:

Telephone
(62) 274 898444 ext. 2123

Email
[email protected]

Address
Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building
UII Main Campus, Yogyakarta 55584
Indonesia

Selected teachings

  • SHI512 Area Studies: Australia
  • SHI402 Global Political Economy
  • SHI616 Politics of International Trade
  • SHI302 Theories in International Relations

Available for contact via:

Telephone
(62) 274 898444 ext. 2123

Email
[email protected]

Address
Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building
UII Main Campus, Yogyakarta 55584
Indonesia

Undergraduate thesis supervision

  • Australia’s Politics and Foreign Policy – 8 students (ongoing)
  • Latin America’s Democracy and Political Economy – 5 students (completed)
  • Politics of Indonesian Trade and Investment – 1 student

Availability for supervision

  • No

Available for contact via:

Telephone
(62) 274 898444 ext. 2123

Email
[email protected]

Address
Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building
UII Main Campus, Yogyakarta 55584
Indonesia

Expert for media contact

  • Australia-Indonesia Relations
  • Australian Politics and Foreign Policy
  • Indonesian Trade Politics
  • Global Political Economy

Department of International Relations
Faculty of Psychology and Socio-cultural Sciences

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Telephone: 0274 898444 ext. 2122

Address: Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building,
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