Sheri Lynn Gibbings
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Ph.D., University of Toronto, 2011
M.A., Anthropology, York University
B.Sc., Biology, McGill University
I am a socio-cultural anthropologist specializing in Southeast Asia and Indonesia. My ethnographic research in Indonesia has focused on the social and cultural effects of democratic change on the urban underclass in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. In particular, my research explores democratic change from the perspective of street vendors, government officials, and NGOs entangled in battles over public space.
- Social cultural anthropology
- urban anthropology
- democracy and transparency
- social movements and activism
- street vending
- Java, Indonesia, Southeast Asia
Classes taught at Laurier:
- Global Methods (GS 202)
- Globalization and Southeast Asia (GS 302)
- Cities and Citizens (AF 101T)
- Global Studies in Practice (GS 398)
2013 Gibbings, Sheri Lynn. "Unnamed Interests and Informal Leaders:
A Street Vendor Relocation in Yogyakarta City." Indonesia 96(October):151–183.
2013 Gibbings, Sheri Lynn. "Unseen Powers and Democratic Detectives:
Street Vendors in an Indonesian City." Special Issue, "Figuring Urban Transformation,"
City & Society 25(2):235–259.
2012 Gibbings, Sheri Lynn, and Fridus Steijlen. "Colonial Figures:
Memories of Street Traders in the Colonial and Early Post-colonial Periods."
Public History Review 19:63–85.
2011 Gibbings, Sheri. No Angry Women at the UN: Political Dreams and
the Cultural Politics of the United Nations Security Council
Resolution 1325. International Journal of Feminist Politics. 13(4)
2009 Barker, Joshua, and Johan Lindquist, with Tom Boellstoff, Chris
Brown, Aryo Danusiri, Dadi Darmadi, Sheri Gibbings, Jesse Grayman,
James Hoesterey, Carla Jones, Doreen Lee, Daromir Rudnyckyj, Rachel
Silvey, and Karen Strassler. “Figures of Indonesian Modernity.”
2004 Cohn, Carol, Sheri Gibbings, and Helen Kinsella. “Women, Peace,
and Security: Security Council Resolution 1325.” International
Feminist Journal of Politics 6(1):130-140.