Conrad William Watson, MA, Ph.D

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Undergraduate program:
Anthropology of Organizations

MSM & DSM program:
Philosophy of Social and Management Sciences
Qualitative Research Methods

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Conrad William Watson, MA, Ph.D

Senior Lecturer
bill.watson@sbm-itb.ac.id | 022-2531923 ext 2603

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C W (Bill) Watson has been a Professor in the School of Business and Management, Institut Teknologi Bandung since 2009. He is also an Emeritus Professor of the University of Kent (UK) where he taught for 27 years.

His MA (Hull) by research was entitled “The Sociology of the Indonesian Novel 1920-1955″. After teaching Indonesian literature In Malaysia for three years he trained as a social anthropologist at the University of cambridge and did his fieldwork in Kerinci in central Sumatra which was written up for a thesis entitled “Kinship. Property and Inheritance in Kerinci.”

He has given guest lectures at several universities in Europe and South-East Asia and has attended many international conferences. He continues actively to pursue his research interests in literature and anthropology as well as on developments in the Muslim community in Indonesia. Besides continuing to do research on Kerinci he is also currently studying contemporary Sundanese literature in West Java.

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PhD in Social Anthropology, University of Cambridge (UK), 1981
MA (Research) University of Hull (UK) 1972
BA Drama and Classics, Bristol University (UK), 1968

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Review of Caged in on the Outside: Moral Subjectivity, Selfhood, and Islam in Minangkabau, Indonesia by Gregory M. Simon
(2016). American Anthropologist, Vol. 118, No. 1

The Wonder of it All. Yus R. Ismail’s Sundanese story ‘Imah kontrakan’ (The rented house)
(2014). Indonesia and the Malay World

Local Lineages in Kerinci
(2013). Proceeding (sic). The First International Conference on Jambi Studies, History, Art, Culture, Religion and Social Change. 21-24 November, Jambi ISBN 978-602-14396-2-3 pp. 129-163

Bangsat. A Sundanese short story
(2012). Indonesia and the Malay World, Vol. 40, No. 118, November, pp. 315-331

Of Self and Injustice: Autobiography and Repression in Modern indonesia
(2006). Leiden and Singapore: KITLV press and NUS Press xiv +237pp.

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