Arianto Sangadji is a Doctoral Candidate in Department of Geography at York University. He holds a Master of Social and Political Thought from the University of Birmingham, UK. For over two decades he has worked with communities affected by resource-based industries in Indonesia. His dissertation examines state and capital accumulation with a focus on an empirical investigation of the nickel mining industry in Indonesia.
Sangadji, Arianto (co-author with Tania Murray Li and Alexandre Pelletier). 2016. “Unfree Labour and Extractive Regimes in Colonial Java and Beyond”. Development and Change 17(3): 598-611.
Sangadji, Arianto. 2017. “All about the Poor: An Alternative Explanation of Poso Violence,” forthcoming in David Webster (ed). Flowers in the Wall: Memory, Truth and Reconciliation in Timor-Leste, Indonesia and Melanesia. Calgary: University of Calgary Press.
Keywords: Political economy; state theory; extractive industries; agrarian change; communal violence