P.O. Box 915 Clarkdale, AZ 86324 USA
Phone: (928) 639-0254
Nunusaku Ethnofilm Productions & Consultancy
Director, 2004 —
- Execution of qualitative and quantitative projects in the fields of Cultural and Applied Anthropology, covering topics such as multiculturalism, social integration, social conflict, inter–ethnic and inter–religious strife (specializing on Moslem–Christian relationships), migration, refugee issues.
- Consultations on use of multimedia in ethnographic research and teaching, as well as use of ethnographic visual methods in business and industry. Production of ethnographic and promotional videos, Digital Storytelling, DVD's, etc.
Verde Valley Campus, Clarkdale, Arizona (USA)
Social Sciences/Humanities Instructor, 1978 — Present
Courses Taught In–Class and Online:
- Anthropology: General, Cultural, Archaeology; Southeast Asia [Island/Mainland], Southwest Indians, Comparative Religions, Magic, Witchcraft and Medicine, Visual Anthropology
- Sociology: Introductory, Social Problems, Cultural Diversity
- Cultural Geography: Introductory
- Liberal Studies: Arts and Ideas of Western Man (Humanities in the Western World), Western Civilization, Social Issues
- History: U.S. History, International Relations
Verde Valley Campus Social Sciences/Humanities Department Chair, 1997—2003
In charge of department budgeting, course scheduling, hiring and supervision of Adjunct Faculty and administrative support, and peer—evaluation.
Service to College:
Various committees; Faculty Senate
Faculty Association (FA) President–elect 1999—2000; FA President 2000—2001
University of Leiden, Leiden, The Netherlands
Research (24 months) in the Moluccan communities in the Netherlands at the request of the Dutch government (Ministry of Welfare, Health and Culture) on the topic of Socialization Processes and Identity Formation among Moluccan Youths. Results to be used jointly in future policy planning by the Dutch government and the Moluccan Advisory Board (IWM).
Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona (USA)
Adjunct Instructor, Department of Anthropology, 1982—1983
Prescott College, Prescott, Arizona (USA)
Adjunct Instructor/Mentor, Department of Humanities, 1979—1980; 1995—1996; Spring 2002.
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (USA)
Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology, 1972 (Spring/Fall)
INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON RELIGION IN DISPUTE AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION: CASES FROM POST-NEW ORDER INDONESIA, LEMBANG, INDONESIA. Organized by the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle/Saale, Germany and the Research Center for Regional Resources, Indonesian Institute of Sciences. Lembang, March 18–21, 2009. Invited Panelist.
MALUKU CONFERENCE ON RECONCILIATION AND RECONSTRUCTION, LONDON, ENGLAND
and CONSULTATIONS WITH COMMISSIONERS AND MEMBERS OF THE EUROPEAN
UNION PARLIAMENT IN BRUSSELS BELGIUM
Conference Chair and Facilitator of Workshop on Restoration of Customary Law (Adat) and Delegation Member at the European Union, Sponsored by IICORR and the British Foreign Office, January 19 –28, 2004
SYMPOSIUM ON “CHRISTIANITY IN INDONESIA”
Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main, Germany
Invited Speaker, December 2003
VOLKSWAGENSTIFTUNG (VOLKSWAGEN FOUNDATION)
Referee on proposal for funding of an international conference in Germany, June/July 2003
MOLUKS BERAAD VAN KERKEN (MOLUCCAN COUNCIL OF CHURCHES)
UTRECHT, THE NETHERLANDS
Invited Speaker at Annual Retreat, June 5, 2003
POKJA MALUKU JAKARTA, INDONESIA
FORUM DISKUSI MENUJU MALUKU BARU PASKA KERUSUHAN (DISCUSSION FORUM OVER THE DIRECTION OF A NEW MALUKU AFTER THE UNREST)
Invited Speaker and Panel Discussant, July 27, 2002
MALUKU TERBAKAR CAPELLE A/D IJSSEL
Featured Speaker: Eyewitness Account of Civil Strife between Moslems and Christians in the Moluccas Four Days after Return from War Zone, July 25, 2000
FIFTH INTERNATIONAL MALUKU RESEARCH CONFERENCE
Moderator, July 1999
DOCUMENTARY ON MOLUCCAN CULTURE IN THE NETHERLANDS
FOR THE DUTCH TELEVISION (NOS)
Producer: Leonor Pattinasarany
Consultant, Spring 1994
“SEMANGAT BARU” (LECTURE SERIES)
AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS
Featured Speaker, June 1990
FIRST INTERNATIONAL MALUKU RESEARCH CONFERENCE
CENTER FOR SOUTHEAST ASIAN STUDIES
UNIVERSITY OF HAWAI’I IN MANOA, HONOLULU, HAWAII, USA
Invited Speaker, March 1990
COUNTRYWIDE LECTURE SERIES IN MOLUCCAN EXILE COMMUNITIES
ACROSS THE NETHERLANDS
June 1984 – August 1985
PEDAGOGISCHE ACADEMIE “DE EEKHORST,’”ASSEN,
Multi–cultural Consultant, 1984—1985
Advisor on Moluccan Oral Literature Project.
SOUTHEAST ASIAN RESEARCH SEMINAR
UNIVERSITY OF KENT, CANTERBURY, ENGLAND
Invited Speaker, December 1984
ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA, NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA
Editorial Consultant, Summer 1978
Made revisions of geographical entries for the Philippines
AMERICAN ANTHROPOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION (AAA)
Invited Speaker, November/December 1977; November 1976
CONFERENCE ON THE RURAL COMMUNITY AND POLITICAL CHANGE
IN ASIA AND AFRICA
STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, BUFFALO, NEW YORK, USA
Invited Speaker, November 1977
CORNELL UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES, ITHACA, NEW YORK, USA
Supervisor, 1976 (September)—1978 (July)
Southeast Asian Periodicals, The Wason Collection
SEKOLAH TINGGI THEOLOGIA (THEOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY),
Social Science Tutor and Consultant, 1974—1975
Tutored and advised on cultural change
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York (USA)
M.A. Anthropology, 1973 and Ph.D. Anthropology, 1977
University of Washington, Seattle, Washington (USA)
B.A. Anthropology, 1970
Magna Cum Laude
Shoreline Community College, Seattle, Washington (USA)
2009 Summer: Ethnographic fieldwork and documentary filmmaking in Maluku Daya Barat at the invitation of the Governor of Maluku Province, Indonesia
2008 Summer: Editing “Maju Terus” documentary film
2006 Summer: Post-conflict research in Central Moluccan Muslim and Christian villages, including shooting of ethnographic film.
2005 Summer: Continuation of shooting ethnographic film about the Future of Moluccan Exile Youth in the Netherlands.
2003 Sabbatical Leave: Study of Visual Anthropology Programs at the Universities of Manchester and Kent (Canterbury), England and Leiden, The Netherlands; attendance at Durham Film Festival; creation of ethnographic film about successful Moluccan minority children and youths in the Netherlands (editing in progress).
2002 Summer: Ongoing research on conflict resolution in the Central Moluccas (Indonesia) though interviews of Moluccan scholars, politicians, lawyers, generals, and gangsters; Research of post–independence living conditions in Timor Lorosa’e (East Timor).
2001 Summer: Research on conflict resolution in the Central Moluccas (Indonesia); Exploratory research into Youth Attitudes towards America in contemporary China.
2000 Summer: Research in the Central Moluccas (Indonesia) on ethnic identity and intra– and inter–ethnic conflict during the most serious flare–up since the conflict began.
1999 Summer: Research on current Moslem–Christian conflict in the Moluccas (Indonesia) and reactions in Moluccan exile community in the Netherlands.
1998 Research in Central Moluccas, Nusa Tenggara, (Indonesia) and The Netherlands.
1990—1997 Summer Studies in Moluccan community in The Netherlands.
1988—1989 Project Bi/Inter–cultural Education to produce textbook/handbook for Moluccan and Dutch students as well as teachers in Secondary Schools; teachers and trainees in Teacher=s Colleges, as well as the general public in The Netherlands (Sabbatical Leave).
1987 Summer: Research among Moluccan exiles in The Netherlands.
1986 Summer: Research in the Central Moluccas and The Netherlands.
1984—1985 Fieldwork in Moluccan exile community in The Netherlands at the request of the Dutch government (Leave of Absence).
1974—1975 Field work in the Central Moluccas, Indonesia (17 months). Collected ethnographical and ethno–historical materials in more than 100 villages on five islands. The survey was supported by Fulbright–Hays and London–Cornell.
1969 Summer: Archaeological Excavation of Kanaka–Village of Fort Vancouver, Washington. (University of Washington–Bryn Mawr College)
1968 Burke Museum, University of Washington. Undergraduate research, supervised by the Director of the museum, Dr. M. Quimby.
2009 Yavapai College Foundation Stipend to cover partial expenses of attending workshop in Indonesia.
2003 Sabbatical Leave (plus stipend) to make ethnographic film and study Visual Anthropology Programs in Europe.
2002 Yavapai College Innovation College Awards (1) to study ethnofilm theory and methods at The Anthropology Film Center in Glorieta, New Mexico and (2) to supplement expenses for upcoming sabbatical leave.
2002 Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers (Student Nomination)
2001 Yavapai College Innovation College Stipend to work on Creation of Visual Anthropology/Digital Media Program at the Sedona Center for Arts and Technology
2001 Yavapai College Professional Growth Summer Stipend
2001 Invited Participant at Master Teacher Retreat, Sedona, AZ.
2000 Invited Participant in Pilot Project on Leadership at Yavapai College
2000 Yavapai College Professional Growth Summer Stipend
1983—1985 Special invitational grant awarded by the Government of the Netherlands, Ministry of Welfare, Public Health and Culture.
1975—1976 NDFL Language Fellowship (dissertation write–up)
1974—1975 Fulbright–Hays Award for Pre–doctoral Research/London–Cornell Project for East and Southeast Asian Studies Award
1973—1974 Humanities and Social Science Program, Cornell University, Ithaca New York
1972—1973 Teaching Assistantship, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
1971—1972 Cornell University Graduate Fellowship
1971 Ford Foundation Grant for Summer Language Program in Indonesian (University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin)
1970 Phi Beta Kappa, University of Washington, Seattle
1968 Shoreline Community College Social Sciences – Award for outstanding achievement
English, German, Dutch, and Indonesian
American Anthropological Association (AAA)
Association for Asian Studies (AAS)
Association of American University Professors (AAUP)
Royal Institute Linguistics and Anthropology (KITLV), Leiden, The Netherlands
Friends of the Moluccan Historical Museum (MHM), Utrecht, The Netherlands
National Museum of the American Indians, Smithsonian Institution
Camp Verde Arizona Historical Society
Camp Verde Historical Society, Camp Verde, Arizona
American Youth Soccer Association (AYSO): Board Member; Head Referee; Founding Member of local chapter; Verde Valley, Arizona, 1978—2000.
Pubic Lectures at Churches, Service Clubs and other Community Organizations
Speaker in “Older is Better” Program, a community service at Yavapai College