PhD dissertations on Nusa Tenggara Timur 1958-2020

More than 115 PhD dissertations on Nusa Tenggara Timur 1958-2020 [From universities abroad – not including collections from Indonesian Universities] [Work in Progress]

JA Lassa [CDU], DE. Li [IRGSC]*

  1. Aoki, Eriko 2011. Piercing the sky, cutting the earth: the poetics of knowledge and the paradox of power among the Wologai of central Flores. PhD Diss. Australian National University.
  2. Adams, Marie Jeanne 1969. System and meaning in East Sumba textile design : a study in traditional Indonesian art. PhD Diss. Yale University.
  3. Adams, Ron L. 2007 The Megalithic Tradition of West Sumba, Indonesia: An Ethnoarchaeological Investigation of Megalith Construction. Simon Fraser University.
  4. Adam, James Daan‎ 2002. Migrant and local entrepreneurial business networks‎ [focus on West Timor], PhD Diss. Southern Cross University.
  5. Allerton, Catherine Lucy 2001. Places, paths and persons : the landscape of kinship and history in southern Manggarai, Flores, Indonesia. PhD Diss. London School of Economics and Political Science (University of London)
  6. Amheka, Adrianus. Comprehensive Evaluation of Energy Structure Transformation Policies to Reduce GHG Emission in Kupang, NTT, Indonesia: Assessment of Renewable Energy Technologies with Extended Dual Input-Output Analysis.PhD Thesis, University of Tsukuba, Japan.
  7. Aoetpah, Aholiab (2019) Validation of metabolisable protein and energy systems to predict the productivity of meat goats fed tropical grass, legumes and protein supplements. PhD thesis, James Cook University
  8. Ardhana, I Ketut. 2000. Nusa Tenggara nach Einrichtung der Kolonialherrschaft 1915 bis 1950.  PhD Diss. Universität Passau.
  9. Baird, Louise; 2002. A grammar of Kéo : an Austronesian language of East Nusantara, PhD Diss. Australian National University.
  10. Barnes, Robert 1972. Kédang: a study of the collective thought of an eastern Indonesian people. PhD Diss. University of Oxford.
  11. Bandur, Agustinus 2008. A study of the implementation of school-based management in Flores primary schools in Indonesia. PhD Diss. University of Newcastle
  12. Balukh, Jermy 2018. A grammar of Dhao, a minority Austronesian language of Eastern Indonesia. PhD Diss. University of Leiden.
  13. Benu, Fredrik Lukas 2003. Farm productivity and farmers’ welfare in West Timor, Indonesia. PhD Diss. Curtin University of Technology.
  14. Bird, Patrick Robert 1987. The geology of the Permo-Trias of Kekneno, West Timor. Royal Holloway, University of London.
  15. Brouwer, Doeke 1935 Bijdrage tot de Anthropologie der Aloreilanden. Amsterdam: Uitgeversmaatschappij Holland
  16. Butterworth, David J. Lessons of the Ancestors Ritual, Education and the Ecology of Mind in an Indonesian Community. PhD Diss. Melbourne University.
  17. Campbell-Nelson, Karen 2003. Learning Resistance in West Timor. PhD Diss. School of Education, University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
  18. Carnegie, Michelle Ann 2008. Place-based livelihoods and post-development challenges in Eastern Indonesia. The Australian National University, Canberra.
  19. Charlton, T.R., 1987. The Tectonic Evolution of  the Kolbano – Timor Trough    Accretionary Complex, Timor, Indonesia, Ph.D. Diss, London University.
  20. Coury, William Gerard 1999. An Exploration of the Impact of Economic Development on Indonesian Weavers and Their Handwoven Textiles: Insana, West Timor. PhD Diss. Education, Columbia University
  21. Curnow, Jayne 2007 Ngadha webs of interdependence : a community economy in Flores, IndonesiaW. PhD Diss. Anthropology Australian National University
  22. Damaledo, Andrey Yushard 2016. Divided loyalties : displacement, belonging and citizenship among East Timorese in West Timor. PhD Diss. Anthropology Australian National University
  23. De Rozari, Philiphi 2017. An Investigation into the Use of Biochar as a Media Amendment to Treat Sewage and the Feasibility of Constructed Wetland Ecotechnology in East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia. PhD diss., Griffith University
  24. Djahimo, Santri Emilin Pingsaboi 2010. The physical, cultural and socio-economic contexts of educational innovation in rural and disadvantaged schools in Indonesia : a case study / Santri Emilin Pingsaboi Djahimo, PhD diss., Macquarie University.
  25. Djawanai, Stephanus Anthonius 1980. A study of the Ngadha text tradition: a linguistic investigation of the collective mind of the Ngadha people on the Island of Flores, Indonesia. PhD Diss. University of Michigan.
  26. Duggan, Geneviève. 2008. “Processes of Memory on the Island of Savu.” PhD Diss. NUS, Singapore
  27. Durney, Florence 2019. The Costs of Adaptation: A Comparative Study of Marine Protected Area Planning and Small-Scale Coastal Communities in Eastern Indonesia. The University of Arizona.
  28. Edwards, Owen David Ernest 2017. Metathesis and Unmetathesis: Parallelism and Complementary in Amarasi, an Austronesian Language western Timor. PhD Diss.  Australian National University
  29. Eichel, Julia Von 2001. Methoden der Blutstillung und Wundversorgung : eine Feldstudie bei den Ngada auf Flores (Indonesien). PhD Diss. Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitat zu Frankfurt am Main.
  30. Erb, Maribeth 1987 When rocks were young and earth was soft: ritual and mythology in northeastern Manggarai. State University of New York, Stony Brook.
  31. Emmet, Peter Anthony 1996. Cenozoic inversion structures in a back-arc setting, Western Flores Sea, Indonesia, PhD Diss. Rice University.
  32. Farram, Steven (2004). From ‘Timor Koepang’ to ‘Timor NTT’: a political history of West Timor, 1901-1967. PhD diss., Charles Darwin University.
  33. Fisher, Lawrence Alan 1999. Beyond the Berugaq: Conflict, Policy and Decision-Making in forest and conservation management in Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. PhD Diss. Cornell University
  34. Fitriana, Ria 2014. Assessing the impact of a marine protected area on coastal livelihoods: A case study from Pantar Island, Indonesia. PhD diss. Charles Darwin University.
  35. Forshee, Jill Kathryn 1996. Powerful connections: Cloth, identity, and global links in East Sumba, Indonesia. University of California, Berkeley [Anthropology]
  36. Forth, Gregory L. 1980. Rindi : an ethnographic study of a traditional domain in Eastern Sumba. PhD diss. Oxford University.
  37. Forth, Christine E. 1982. An analysis of traditional narrative in eastern Sumba PhD Diss. University of Oxford
  38. Fox. James J 1968. The Rotinese: A study of the social organisation of an eastern Indonesian people. PhD Diss. University of Oxford.
  39. Fowler, Cynthia Twyford 1999. The creolization of natives and exotics: the changing symbolic and functional character of culture and agriculture in Kodi, West Sumba (Indonesia). PhD Diss. Anthropology, University of Hawaii
  40. Francillon, Gerard 1967. Some matriarchic aspects of the social structure of the southern Tetun of middle Timor. PhD Diss. Anthropology Australian National University.
  41. Fretes, Yanca de 1996. Assessing the necessary width of buff zones: an ecological study in Ruteng strict nature reserve, Flores, Indonesia.  PhD Diss. Forestry, The University Of British Columbia.
  42. Glover, Ian 1972. Excavations in Timor:  A study of economic change and cultural continuity in prehistory. PhD Diss. Australian National University.
  43. Gordon, J. 1975 The Manggarai: Economic and social transformation in an eastern Indonesian society. Ph.D. thesis, Harvard University, Cambridge MA.
  44. Graham, Penelope 1991. To follow the blood : the path of life in a domain of Eastern Flores, Indonesia. Thesis (Ph.D.)–Australian National University
  45. Haan, Johnson Welem 2001. The grammar of Adang : a Papuan language spoken on the Island of Alor, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. PhD diss., University of Sydney
  46. Hajar, Siti (2017). The Complexities of Implementing Classroom-Based Action Research in a Remote School in Indonesia PhD Diss., School of Education, The University of Queensland. doi:10.14264/uql.2018.50
  47. Haning, Jermi 2019. The Applicability of Customary Fisheries Management Principles for Managing Large-Scale Marine Areas: Rote Island, Indonesia. PhD Dissertation, Massey University, Manawatu, New Zealand.
  48. Hobgen, Sarah Elizabeth (2015). Understanding sediment sources to inform catchment management in data-poor regions : an example from Sumba, eastern Indonesia. PhD diss., Charles Darwin University.
  49. Hoskins, Janet. 1984. “Spirit Worship and Feasting in Kodi, West Sumba: Paths to Riches and Renown”. PhD diss., Harvard University.
  50. Hutagalung, Stella Aleida 2015. Being Muslim in a Christian Town: Variety, Practices and Renewal. PhD Diss. Anthropology Australian National University
  51. Jaiteh, Vanessa 2017. Sharks are important, but so is rice”: Opportunities and challenges for shark fisheries management and livelihoods in eastern Indonesia. PhD diss., Murdoch University.
  52. Johnston, Lois Ann 2006. Identifying the People of Tonggo, Flores, Eastern Indonesia. PhD Diss. Department of Anthropology, Edmonton, Alberta.
  53. Keane, Edward Webb Jr. 1990. The social life of representations: Ritual speech and exchange in Anakalang Sumba, eastern Indonesia. PhD Diss. Anthropology University of Chicago.
  54. Kiling, Indra Yohanes. The development of a best practice model to support young children with disabilities affected by environmental risk factors in West Timor, Indonesia. Thesis (Ph.D.) — University of Adelaide, School of Psychology.
  55. Klaas, Dua Kudushana Singgih Yejezkial 2019. Assessing the sustainability of groundwater resources in a tropical karstic island (Rote Island, Indonesia) – PhD, Thesis, Swinburne University of Technology.
  56. Klamer, Margaretha AF. Kambera : a language of eastern Indonesia. PhD Diss. Vrije Universiteit te Amsterdam
  57. Klinken, Catharina Lumien Van. 1997. A grammar of the Fehan dialect of Tetun, an Austronesian language of West Timor. PhD Diss. Australian National University.
  58. Kolimon, Mery, 2008. A Theology of Empowerment. Reflections from A West Timorese Perspective. Protestant Theological University Kampen.
  59. Krentel, Alison 2008. Why do individuals comply with mass drug administration for lymphatic filariasis? A case study from Alor district, Indonesia, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
  60. Kroon, Yosep Bisara 2016. A grammar of Solor – Lamaholot: a language of Flores, Eastern Indonesia. PhD diss. University of Adelaide.
  61. Kuipers, Joel 1982. Weyewa ritual speech : study of language and ceremonial interaction in eastern Indonesi. Ph.D Diss. Yale University
  62. Lee, Justine. 1995. Participation and pressure in the Mist Kingdom of Sumba : a local NGO’s approach to tree-planting. PhD Diss. University of Adelaide
  63. Leslie, Edwina Elizabeth Crompton. 2013. Pig movements across eastern Indonesia and associated risk of classical swine fever transmission. PhD Diss. University of Sydney
  64. Li, Dominggus Elcid 2014. Silent suffering: the corporatist compromises and East Timorese camps after 1999.  Ph.D. thesis, University of Birmingham.
  65. Liu, Saryakus Paulus 2016. Kupang: Social Adaptability and Vulnerability across an urban rural continuum in West Timor. PhD diss. The Australian National University
  66. Lewis, E. Douglas 1988. People of the source; The social and ceremonial order of Tana Wai Brama on Flores. PhD Diss. Anthropology Australian National University.
  67. Listya, A. R. 2018. The Conceptualization and Sustainability of Rotenese Gong Music, Thesis, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Otago.
  68. Lutz, Nancy Melissa 1986. Authoritative discourse : language and ideology in Adonara, East Indonesia. PhD diss. University of California, Berkeley.
  69. Malo Bulu, Petrus (2017) The Epidemiology of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1 in Chickens in Poultry From West Timor, Indonesia. Professional Doctorate thesis, Murdoch University.
  70. Mahirta 2006. Human occupation on Rote and Sawu Islands, Nusa Tenggara Timur. PhD Diss. Australian National University
  71. Mann, Tom 1996. Population movements, ethnicity and resource management in West Timor. PhD Diss. University of Adelaide.
  72. Meak-Grün, Salinka 2011.Von der geographischen Analyse über die Bestandsaufnahme der anzutreffenden Krankheiten und der Anwendung traditioneller Medizin zu einem geomedizinischen Informationssystem am Beispiel einer Bergregion im Kabupaten Sikka (Insel Flores, Indonesien). PhD Dissertation, University of Mainz.
  73. McWilliam, Andrew R 1989.Narrating the gate and the path: place and precedence in South West Timor. PhD Diss. Anthropology, Australian National University
  74. Mella, Welhelmus Isak Imanuel 2003. Genesis and Fertility of Alfisols and Mollisols formed on Raised Coral Reef in West Timor, Indonesia. PhD diss. Soil Science, University of Saskatchewan
  75. Mitchell, Istutiah Gunawan 1981. Hierarchy and balance [microform] : a study of Wanokaka social organization / Instutiah. PhD diss. Monash University
  76. Modh, Sandra (2012). Lamaholot of East Flores: a study of a boundary community. DPhil. University of Oxford.
  77. Moeliono, Moira M.M. 2000. The Drums of rural land tenure and the making of place in Manggarai, West Flores, Indonesia. Ph.D. Dissertation. University of Hawaii
  78. Molnar, Andrea Katalin 1994. The grandchildren of the Ga’e ancestors : the Hoga Sara of Ngada in West-Central Flores. PhD Diss. Australian National University.
  79. Mudita, Wayan I. (2013). Community biosecurity in West Timor, Indonesia : the role of local communities and governments in managing Huanglongbing and other diseases and pests of citrus. PhD diss., Charles Darwin University.
  80. Munasri 2013. Early cretaceous radiolarian biostratigraphy of the Kolbano area, West Timor, Indonesia. Thesis Ph. D. in Science University of Tsukuba
  81. Nagaya, Naonori 2013. The Lamaholot Language of Eastern Indonesia. PhD Diss. Rice University.
  82. Nakagawa, Satoshi 1989. The social organization of the Endenese of Central Flores, PhD Diss. Australian National University.
  83. Ndoen, Ermi M. L 2010. Environmental factors and an eco-epidemiological model of malaria in Indonesia, PhD Diss. Griffith University.
  84. Ndoen, Marthen L. 2000. Migrants and entrepreneurial activities in peripheral Indonesia. PhD Diss. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
  85. Neonbasu, Gregor 2005. We seek our roots: oral tradition in Biboki, West Timor PhD Diss. Anthropology, Australian National University
  86. Ngongo, Yohanis (2011). The political ecology of agricultural development in West Timor, Indonesia PhD Thesis, School of Agriculture and Food Sciences, The University of Queensland.
  87. Nicolspeyer, Martha Margaretha 1940. De sociale structuur van een Aloreesche bevolkingsgroep. Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden.
  88. Noach-Patty, Maria Agustina 1995. Gender, development and social change in Rote, eastern Indonesia. PhD Diss. University of Hull.
  89. Nolin, David. 2008. Food-sharing networks in Lamalera, Indonesia: Tests of adaptive hypotheses. PhD thesis. University of Washington.
  90. Nugroho, Stefani Haning Swarati 2013. On Imaging a Nation: Construction of “Indonesia” in Jakarta, Kupang and Banda Aceh. PhD Thesis, National University of Singapore.
  91. Pellu, Lintje H. 2008. A domain united, a domain divided : an ethnographic study of social relations and social change among the people of Landu, East Rote, Eastern Indonesia. PhD Diss. Anthropology, Australian National University.
  92. Prior, John Mansford. 1987. “Church and Marriage in an Indonesian Village: A Study of Customary and Church Marriage among the Ata Lio of Central Flores, Indonesia, as a Paradigm of the Ecclesial Interrelationship between Village and Institutional Catholicism.” Ph.D diss. University of Birmingham.
  93. Qu, Ding-Chuang 2009. Late quaternary climate in the Indo-Pacific warm pool reconstructed from the raised coral reefs of Sumba, Indonesia. PhD Diss. Australian National University.
  94. Ranimpi, Yulius Yusak 2016. Mental Health and Poverty in Binaus Village, West Timor, East Nusa Tenggara-Indonesia: An Indigenous Psychology Perspective.
  95. Raya, Umbu 2019. Essays on Inequality of Opportunities and Development Outcomes in Indonesia. PhD, Australian National University.
  96. Rose, Michael, 2017. Between Kase and Meto. PhD Diss. Anthropology, Australian National University.
  97. Rothe, Elvira. 2004. Wulla Poddu Bitterer Monat, Monat der Tabus, Monat des Heiligen, Monat des Neuen Jahres in Loli in der Siedlung Tarung-Waitabar, Amtsbezirk der Stadt Waikabubak in Loli, Regierungsbezirk Westsumba, Provinz Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesien. PhD Diss. Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität Münche.
  98. Sandidge, Rebecca 2018. The community ecology of ants (Formicidae) in Indonesian grasslands with special focus on the tropical fire ant, Solenopsis geminata. PhD Thesis, UC Berkeley.
  99. Schulte-Nordholt, H G 1966. Het politieke systeem van de Atoni van Timor. PhD Diss. University of Amsterdam.
  100. Sopaheluwakan, Jan. 1990. Ophiolite obduction in the Mutis Complex, Timor, eastern Indonesia : an example of inverted, isobaric, medium-high pressure metamorphism. PhD Diss. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
  101. Stacey, Natasha E. 1999. Boats to burn: Bajo fishing activity in the Australian fishing zone. PhD Thesis, Northern Territory University.
  102. Sudarmadi, T. 2014. Between colonial legacies and grassroots movements:: exploring cultural heritage practice in the Ngadha and Manggarai Region of Flores. Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
  103. Tate, Garreth 2014. Structural deformation, exhumation and uplift of the Timor fold-thrust belt. PhD dissertation, Princeton University.
  104. Tidey, Silvia. 2012. Performing the state everyday  practices corruption and reciprocity in middle indonesian civil service. PhD Diss. University of  Amsterdam
  105. Titu Eki, Ayub, 2002. International labour emigration from Eastern Flores Indonesia to Sabah Malaysia : a study of patterns, causes and consequences. PhD Diss. Univerisity of Adelaide.
  106. Therik, Gerzon Tom 1995. Wehali: the four corner land : the cosmology and traditions of a Timorese ritual centre
  107. Tjoe, Yenny 2017. Sustaining livelihoods: an analysis of dryland communities in West Timor, Indonesia. PhD Diss. Griffith University.
  108. Tjitra, Emiliana 2001. Improving the diagnosis and treatment of malaria in eastern Indonesia. Phd diss. Northern Territory University
  109. Tule, Philipus 2001. Longing for the house of God, dwelling in the house of the ancestors : local belief, Christianity and Islam among the Kéo of Central Flores. PhD Diss. Anthropology, Australian National University
  110. Vel, Jacqueline 1994. The Uma-economy : indigenous economics and development work in Lawonda, Sumba (Eastern-Indonesia), PhD Diss.  Wageningen University.
  111. Viola, Maria Alice Marques 2013. A “Portuguese” historical presence in Larantuka (16th and 17th centuries) and its implications in contemporary times. PhD in Anthropology, Universidade Nova de Lisboa.
  112. Vischer, Michael P. 1992. Children of the black patola stone : origin structures in a domain on Palu’e Island (Eastern Indonesia), PhD Diss. Australian National University.
  113. Walker, Alan Trevor  1980. Sawu: a language of Eastern Indonesia. PhD Diss. Anthropology, Australian National University
  114. Wejak, Justin Laba 2017. Secular, religious and supernatural: an Eastern Indonesian Catholic experience of fear (autoethnographic reflections on the reading of a New Order-era propaganda text). PhD Diss. University of Melbourne.
  115. Wellfelt, Emilie 2016. Historyscapes in Alor: Approaching indigenous history in Eastern Indonesia. PhD Diss. Linnaeus University
  116. Wera, Ewaldus 2017. Socio-economic modelling of rabies control in Flores Island, Indonesia. PhD Diss. Wageningen University.
  117. Willemsen, M.A.T. 2006. Een Pionier op Flores. Jilis Verheijen 1908-1997: Missionaris en onderzoeker [A Pioneer on Flores. Jillis Verheijen 1908-1997: Missionary and researcher]. PhD Diss. Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen
  118. Williams, Catharina Purwani 2003. Maiden voyages : eastern Indonesian women on the move. PhD thesis, Australian National University, Canberra.
  119. Williams, Nicholas Jay 2016. Place Reference and Location Formulation in Kula Conversation. Degree: PhD, Linguistics, University of Colorado.
  120. Windschuttel, Glenn Alan. Object verbs: link from Timor-Alor-Pantar to Trans-New-Guinea: an exploration of their typological and historical implications. Degree: PhD, 2019, University of Newcastle


*Thanks to P. Liu, J. Haning, S. Fanggidae, T. Tamelan for their suggestion for improvement.

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