• Master of Arts in Sociology (2013) Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta
  • Bachelor in Sociology (2000) Department of Sociology, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta
  • Pembangunan Sosial,
  • Gerakan Sosial dan Lingkungan,
  • Isu- isu kebencanaan (pengurangan resiko bencana)
Since 2000, has edited three (3) books, and written five (5) books, sevent (7 ) translated books, two (2) thesis, three (4) book articles, five (5) papers in journals, five (5) seminar papers, one (1) magazine article, one (1) training manual, and six (6) evaluation/research/ assessment/strategic planning reports. All publications are in Bahasa Indonesia.
  1. Social Research to initate the Manggarai District’s Draft Bill of Indiginity (on going process, 2016)
  2. Gap Capacity Assessment Staff of Departemen Social Responsibility & Government Relation PTNNT (Final Report, January 2016)
  3. Death Penalty, Power, and the Paradox of State Crime; paper in academia.edu (December 2015)
  4. Social Mapping, Needs Assessment, and Promoting Peace and Conflict Prevention Programes in Four Disctrict in Jawa, Bali, and Nusa Tenggara Provinces (Final Report, December 2015)
  5. Beyond Liberal Politics of Recognition: Bringing Indigenous Rights Movements into Democratic Framework of Public Policy (Final Report, November 2015)
  6. The Deadlock of Liberal Democracy and the Problem of Political Representation in Indonesia: An Ideological Criticism Approach (Final Report, November 2015)
  7. Gated Community: Dynamics, Characteristics, and Significance of Socio-Cultural Change in Yogjakarta’s Urban Life (Final Report, November 2014)
  8. The Pursuit of Public Welfare: Prospects for Jokowi’s Social Welfare Policies (in Bahasa), in Jurnal Dialog Kebijakan Publik (Ministry of Communication and Informatics’ Journal), August 2014.
  9. The Impact of Extractive Industry on the Agricultural Society: A Genealogy of Conflict (in Bahasa), in Jurnal Pemikiran Sosiologi (JPS) Volume 2 November 2013, Sociology Department, Faculty of Social and Political Science, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta,
  10. Advocacy of Universal Birth Registration for Street Children, Plan Indonesia, Jakarta, March 2014.
  11. Designing a Blueprint for Post-Disaster Economic Recovery Program in Indonesia, BNPB and Kenari, Yogyakarta, March 2014
  12. Social Impact Assessment PTNNT 2009-2012 (Final Report) – Center for Rural and Regional Development Studies – Gadjah Mada University and Center for Environment Research Center, Mataram University, March 2014.
  13. Capacity Building for Local NGOs: The Dilemma of Idealism and Pragmatism, Sheep Indonesia’s Book, Yogyakarta, September 2013.
  14. Trust Building Program for Malioboro Community managed by GIZ in cooperation with SOREC (Sociological Research Center) Gadjah Mada University, Final Report, July 2013
  15. Ecosocialism: Reinventing The Thought Of Ernst Friedrich Schumacher On Economics, Politics, And Environment (unpublished), Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, June 2013.
  16. An Assessment on the Effectiveness of Poverty Reduction Program in SAPA’s Fifteen Best Practice Districts Cities in Indonesia, Research Final Report, Ford Foundation, March 2013.
  17. Strategic Planning Program for Combine Resource Institution (Final Report), CRI, Yogyakarta, February 2013.
  18. Freedom of Information Program for Tifa Foundation’s 10 Partners, Evaluation Report, Tifa Foundation, Jakarta, December 2012.
  19. An Oximoron Failed State: The Absence of State, The Rise of Social Movement and Reclaiming Public Spaces Post-Mount Merapi 2010 Eruption, article in JKAP, Magister Public Administration’ Journal, Gadjah Mada University, May 2012.
  20. Explosive Eruption of Mount Merapi, Displaced People, and Civil Society Network’s Self-Supporting Temporary Shelter, A Chapter of Book entitled Disaster Management, Episentrum, Jakarta, December 2010.
  21. Well-Organized, Thankful, and ―Rowdy‖ Community; Riview on Jambon, Kebosungu II, and Parangrejo Community Participation in Community Based Asset – Water Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion—CBA WASH Program, Field Report for International Relief and Development, December 2009.
  22. Embracing the Nature: Revitalizing Local Peasant’s Wisdoms (In bahasa Indonesia Bermesra Dengan Alam: Membangun Kembali Kearifan Petani), article in Basis Magazine, Yogyakarta, 2008.
  23. Disclosing The Myths of Neoliberalism Enforcing A Just and Sustainable Economic – Political World Order (In bahasa Indonesia Membongkar Kedok Neoliberalisme), Paper for Leadership Training, HMI MPO Branch Sleman, February 24th – Maret 1st 2008
  24. Social Capital: Community Participation have been Marginalized in Disaster Governance; Case study of Emergency and Rehabilitation Respond in Jogja- Central Java Post Disaster (In bahasa Indonesia Modal Sosial: Partisipasi Warga yang Dinisbikan dalam Governance Kebencanaan), Paper for Conference, published in Renai Journal Year 7th No. 1 2007 , Percik NGO, Salatiga, 2007.
  25. The Story of Chaos in The Quaking Land; Reflective Note of Emergency and Rehabilitation Respond in Jogja and Central Java Post Earthquake Disaster May 27th 2006 (In bahasa Indonesia Kisah Kisruh Di Tanah Gempa, Catatan Penanganan Bencana Gempa Bumi Yogya-Jateng 27 Mei 2006), Published by Cindelaras Pustaka Rakyat Cerdas Press Yogyakarta, in cooperation with Forum Senenan (International, National and Local NGOs Forum in Jogja- Central Java post disaster), CPRC, Yogyakarta, 2007.
  26. The Tale of A House in The Quaking Land: Tracing Back A Tradition of Javanese Traditional House (In bahasa Indonesia Kisah Rumah di Tanah Gempa: Napak Tilas Tradisi Membangun Rumah Tradisional Jawa), Article in book The Story of Chaos in The Quaking Land, CPRC, 2007.
  27. Publish or Perish: Lesson Learned from Emergency and Rehabilitation Respond Post Earthquake Disaster (In bahasa Indonesia Publish or Perish: Pelajaran Berharga dari Bencana), Introduction in book The Story of Chaos in The Quaking Land, CPRC, Yogyakarta, 2006.
  28. Ecosociology, Theory Deideologization, and Action Restructurisation In bahasa Indonesia version Ekososiologi, Deideologisasi Teori dan Restrukturisasi Aksi; Petani dan Perdesaan Sebagai Kasus Uji 80 tahun Prof.Dr.Ir. Sajogjo), Published by Cindelaras Pustaka Rakyat Cerdas Press Yogyakarta, in cooperation with Bina Desa and Sains, Yogyakarta, 2006.
  29. The Resistance Against Neoliberalism, Paper for seminar of GMKI, Samirono, Yogyakarta, Maret 18th 2006.
  30. Pennywise: Credit Program for Small Business, Hans Nirschl & Georg Sticker (translated to bahasa Indonesia Ilmu Berhemat, Panduan Kredit Mikro untuk Usaha Kecil), Published by Cindelaras Pustaka Rakyat Cerdas Press Yogyakarta, 2005.
  31. Ten Reasons to Abolish IMF and World Bank; Kevin Danaher (translated to bahasa Indonesia 10 Alasan Bubarkan IMF dan Bank Dunia) Published by Cindelaras Pustaka Rakyat Cerdas Press Yogyakarta, 2005.
  32. The Lords of Poverty; Power, Prestige, and Corruption of Aid Business, Graham Hancock (translated to bahasa Indonesia Dewa-Dewa Pencipta Kemiskinan; Kekuasaan, Prestise, dan Korupsi Bisnis Bantuan, Published by Cindelaras Pustaka Rakyat Cerdas Press Yogyakarta, 2005.
  33. A Guidebook of The New Social Movement, Another Indonesia Forum National Conference (in bahasa Indonesia Buku Panduan Gerakan Sosial Baru Indonesia yang Lain, 20-24 Juli 2005), Book of Another Indonesia Forum National Conference, CPRC, 2005.
  34. The Writing of Manual for Training of Trainer on Anti-Corruption Movement, Manual ToT Anti-Corruption Movement LP3 – UMY, Yogyakarta, 2004.
  35. A Better World is Possible, International Forum on Globalization, San Francisco (translated to bahasa Indonesia A Better World is Possible, Nirwana Dunia itu Niscaya), published by Cindelaras Pustaka Rakyat Cerdas Press Yogyakarta, 2004.
  36. Reviewing the Economic Globalization: Some Critical Points, Paper for book review seminar on Economic Globalization: Church’s Criticism and Alternative Visions, World Council of Churches (WCC) managed by Atma Foundation, in Klaten Christian Church –Central Java Mei 24th 2003,
  37. Globalization and The Poverty, International Forum on Globalization (translated to bahasa Indonesia Globalisasi Kemiskinan dan Ketimpangan), published by Cindelaras Pustaka Rakyat Cerdas Press Yogyakarta, 2003.
  38. Globalization and The Crisis of Sustainable Development; Martin Khor, Third World Network, Penang, 2001 (translated to bahasa Indonesia Globalisasi dan Krisis Pembangunan Berkelanjutan), published by Cindelaras Pustaka Rakyat Cerdas Press Yogyakarta, 2002.
  39. Globalization and The South: Some Critical Issues; Martin Khor, Third World Network, Penang 2000 (translated to bahasa Indonesia Globalisasi Perangkap Negara-Negara Selatan), published by Cindelaras Pustaka Rakyat Cerdas Press Yogyakarta, 2002.
  40. Georg Simmel’s Cultural Sociology (in bahasa Indonesia Sosiologi Kebudayaan Georg Simmel), published by IKAPI, Ford Foundation, and Cindelaras Pustaka Rakyat Cerdas Press Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta, 2002.
  41. Food, Indigenous Knowledge and Biodiversity (in bahasa Indonesia: Pangan, Kearifan Lokal dan Keanekaragaman Hayati), published by Cindelaras Pustaka Rakyat Cerdas Press, Yogyakarta, 2001.
  42. The Problems of Modernity in the Framework of Georg Simmel’s Cultural Sociology (in bahasa Indonesia: Problem Modernitas Dalam Kerangka Sosiologi Kebudayaan Georg Simmel), Bachelor Thesis in Sociology Department, Faculty of Social and Political Science – Gadjah Mada University (unpublished), 2000.