Karina Utami Dewi
Assistant Professor, Deputy Head for International Program

Available for contact via:

Telephone
(62) 274 898444 ext. 2122

Email
[email protected]

Address
Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building
UII Main Campus, Yogyakarta 55584
Indonesia

Karina Utami Dewi currently serves as Deputy Head for International Program at the Department of International Relations, Universitas Islam Indonesia. She teaches and researches in peace and conflict studies, gender and politics, and politics of the United States.

Qualifications

  • Sarjana Ilmu Politik, Universitas Gadjah Mada, 2011
  • Master of Arts (International Relations), Universitas Gadjah Mada, 2013

Honors, awards, grants

  • Awardee, Study of the US Institute, U.S. Department of State, 2018
  • Awardee, JENESYS Special Graduate Program, Japan, 2012
  • Awardee, TF-NUS LEaRN Award, Singapore, 2009

Selected key responsibilities

  • Deputy Head for International Program, Department of International Relations (August 2018-present)
  • Director of Public Relations, Universitas Islam Indonesia (January 2015-August 2018)

Available for contact via:

Telephone
(62) 274 898444 ext. 2122

Email
[email protected]

Address
Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building
UII Main Campus, Yogyakarta 55584
Indonesia

Research expertise

  • Peace and Conflict Studies
  • Gender and Politics
  • United States Politics
  • United States Foreign Policy

Selected publications

Journal Articles

  • “Strategi Pemerintahan Xi Jinping terhadap Taiwan dalam Mengamankan Kedaulatan Tiongkok” co-author with Inneke Dewi, JHI, Vol. 7 No. 2, 2019
  • “Addressing Human Security in Japan’s Foreign Policy towards Developing Countries”, Indonesian Journal of International Studies, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2014
  • “Bali Democracy Forum as Indonesia’s Initiative on Promoting South-South Cooperation: Advancing Democracy in the Global South” co-author with Hangga Fathana, in Multiversa Journal of International Studies, Vol. 41, No. 3, 2012

Other public research outputs

  • “Trafficking in Persons and Security of Women in Southeast Asia: Indonesia’s Challenges and Roles” presented at the International Language and Tourism Conference, IIUM, Malaysia, 2016
  • “Women as Irregular Migrants: Indonesia’s Challenges for Human Security” presented at the International Conference of International Studies, UUM, Malaysia, 2016
  • “Indonesia is paying lip service to stop human trafficking — it’s time to do more” in the Conversation Global, November 2016.

Available for contact via:

Telephone
(62) 274 898444 ext. 2122

Email
[email protected]

Address
Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building
UII Main Campus, Yogyakarta 55584
Indonesia

Selected teachings

  • SHI303 Human Security
  • SHI312 Introduction to Conflict and Peace Studies
  • SHI404 Gender and Politics
  • SHI611 Area Studies of Northern America

Available for contact via:

Telephone
(62) 274 898444 ext. 2122

Email
[email protected]

Address
Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building
UII Main Campus, Yogyakarta 55584
Indonesia

Undergraduate thesis supervision

  • United States Politics and Foreign Policy – 2 students
  • Gender and Politics – 2 students
  • Peace and Conflict Studies – 4 students

Availability for supervision

Yes

Available for contact via:

Telephone
(62) 274 898444 ext. 2122

Email
[email protected]

Address
Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building
UII Main Campus, Yogyakarta 55584
Indonesia

Expert for media contact

  • United States Politics
  • Gender and Politics

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

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Telephone: 0274 898444 ext. 2122

Address: Soekiman Wirjosandjojo Building,
Kampus Terpadu UII, Yogyakarta 55584