The ongoing global pandemic caused by the Covid-19 virus is indiscriminately affecting everyone. No one is prepared to live under an outbreak that limits our social activities. However, the Covid-19 outbreak is only one out of many pandemics throughout the history of humanity. A number of researches in this field have been successfully done; notwithstanding, more initiatives must be stimulated.
In doing so, the Department of History, Universitas Gadjah Mada, will organize the 3rd International Summer School in Transnational History, “Resilience and Control: Transmissible Disease and the Rise of Modern Society”. This year, the summer school will be held virtually between 2-22 August 2021.
- Students critically understand the impact of a pandemic in various regions of Southeast Asia
- Students produce scientific paper through collaborative work
- Students manage to build transnational cooperation and networks with their fellow students but also with academics in Southeast Asia.
Time & Place
Date : 2 – 20 August 2021
Format : Zoom Meetings
- Prof. Dr. Andrew May (Melbourne University, Australia)
- Prof. Dr. Bambang Purwanto (Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia)
- Prof. Dr. Danny Wong Tze Ken (University of Malaya, Malaysia)
- Prof. Dr. James Warren (Murdoch University, Australia)
- Prof. Dr. Katharine Mc Gregor (Melbourne University, Australia)
- Prof. Dr. Martijn Eickhoff (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Netherlands)
- Prof. Dr. Wasana Wongsurawat (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
- Asst. Prof. Dr. Adisorn Muakpimai (Thammasat University, Thailand)
- Assoc. Prof. Dr. Chiara Formichi (Cornell University, USA)
- Asst. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Ali (University of California-Riverside, USA)
- Dr. Ariel C. Lopez (University of Philippines, Philippines)
- Dr. Gani Jaelani (Universitas Padjajaran, Indonesia)
- Dr. Ho Thanh Tam (Vietnam National University)
- Dr. Luthfi Adam (Northwestern University, USA)
- Nyarwi Ahmad, Ph.D. (Universitas Gadjah Mada, Indonesia)
- Dr. Sadiah Boonstra (Melbourne University, Australia)
- Dr. Vivek Neelakantan (Consortium for History of Science, Technology, and Medicine)
- Mary Sheehan, M.A. (Melbourne University, Australia)
- Ravando, M.A. (Melbourne University, Australia)
- Sigit Suryo Nugroho, M.Sc (Pacmann Consulting)
The course is free charges but limited to 60 participants only and please read carefully important information below:
- Applicants are BA/MA students of Humanity Studies and Social Sciences all over the world
- The application should include a CV, a short personal statement that also indicates the student’s main fields of interest, a personal photo, scan of passport, and student card.
- Communication during the course will be in English
Committee of the Summer School, Department of History, Universitas Gadjah Mada