Dr Monika Winarnita



Lecturer, Indonesian


Faculty of Arts and Education


School of Hum & Social Science


Melbourne Burwood Campus



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Indonesian Female Journalists and Gender Activism in the #MeToo Era: From #MulaiBicara and #TalkAboutIt

Monika Winarnita, Nasya Bahfen, Gavin Height, Adriana Mintarsih, Joanne Byrne

(2023), pp. 31-53, Palgrave Studies in Journalism and the Global South, B1

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Gendered Digital Citizenship: How Indonesian Female Journalists Participate in Gender Activism

M Winarnita, N Bahfen, A Mintarsih, G Height, J Byrne

(2022), Vol. 16, pp. 621-636, Journalism Practice, C1

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Affect, Creativity and Migrant Belonging

R Wilding, M Winarnita

(2022), Vol. 15, pp. 283-289, Communication, Culture and Critique, Oxford, Eng., C1

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Influencing the influencers: Regulating the morality of online conduct in Indonesia

P Mahy, M Winarnita, N Herriman

(2022), Vol. 14, pp. 574-596, Policy and Internet, London, Eng., C1

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Asian female migrant aged care workers in regional Australia and social resilience

Monika Winarnita, Masa Higo, Thomas Klassen, Irene Blackberry

(2022), pp. 1-14, Review of Regional Research, Berlin, Germany, C1

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Fashion, Thresholds, and Borders

Monika Winarnita, Sharyn Graham Davies, Nicholas Herriman

(2022), Vol. 25, M/C Journal, Brisbane, Qld., C1

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A confrontation on the Cocos (Keeling) Islands: interviewing, local language, and rapport in anthropological fieldwork

Nicholas Herriman, Monika Winarnita

(2021), pp. 115-138, Reimagining rapport, Oxford, Eng., B1

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Understanding Loss in Legacy Newsrooms

Matthew Ricketson, Monika Winarnita

(2021), pp. 54-65, Journalists and Job Loss, London, Eng., B1

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Indonesian Women Journalists and Precarious Work

Samiaji Bintang, Monika Winarnita, Ignatius Haryanto, Hanif Suranto, Albertus Presetianta

(2021), pp. 130-142, Journalists and Job Loss, London, Eng., B1

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A blessing in disguise: Beyond cross-cultural online supervision

C Amelia, A Welsh, M Winarnita, R López Castellano

(2021), Vol. 58, pp. 704-715, Innovations in Education and Teaching International, C1

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Commemorating gendered violence two decades on: Chinese Indonesian women's voices in the diaspora

Monika Winarnita, Ken Setiawan

(2020), pp. 119-142, Gender, violence and power in Indonesia : across time and space, New York, N.Y., B1

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"Like being shot in the face" or "I'm glad I'm out": journalists' experiences of job loss in the Australian media industry 2012-2014

M Ricketson, A Dodd, L Zion, M Winarnita

(2020), Vol. 21, pp. 54-71, Journalism studies, Abingdon, Eng., C1

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Narratives of exile twenty years on: long-term impacts of Indonesia's 1998 violence on transnational Chinese-Indonesian women

M Winarnita, C Chan, L Butt

(2020), Vol. 27, pp. 191-209, Identities, C1-1

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Mixed-race habits: articulations of female Asian-Australian artists

M Winarnita, R Maiquez, R Wilding

(2020), Vol. 41, pp. 723-739, Journal of intercultural studies, Abingdon, Eng., C1

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'Close, not close': migrant artists negotiating transnational mother-daughter intimacies

M Winarnita, W Dirgantoro, R Wilding

(2019), Vol. 31, pp. 78-85, Emotion, space and society, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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Digital family ethnography: Lessons from fieldwork in Australia

Monika Winarnita

(2019), Vol. 4, pp. 105-117, Migration, Mobility, & Displacement, Victoria, B.C., C1

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Don't call me ibu: challenges of belonging for childless transnational Indonesian women

M Winarnita

(2018), Vol. 18, pp. 186-203, Global Networks, C1-1

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New Beats report: mass redundancies and career change in Australian journalism

Lawrie Zion, Merryn Sherwood, Penny O'Donnell, Timothy Marjoribanks, Matthew Ricketson, Andrew Dodd, Monika Winarnita

(2018), Melbourne, Vic., J2

Non-Traditional Research Output

Dancing the feminine : gender and identity performances by Indonesian migrant women

Monika Winarnita

(2016), Brighton, Eng., A1


The Not-so-gentle Makassarese fan dance: Misperformance challenging Indonesian-Australian transnational femininity

M Winarnita

(2016), Vol. 26, pp. 177-195, Anthropological Forum, London, Eng., C1-1

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Seeking the State: Appropriating bureaucratic symbolism and Wealth in the margins of Southeast Asia

N Herriman, M Winarnita

(2016), Vol. 86, pp. 132-150, Oceania, London, Eng., C1-1

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Presumptions of promiscuity: reflections on being a widow or divorcee from three Indonesian communities

P Mahy, M Winarnita, N Herriman

(2016), Vol. 44, pp. 47-67, Indonesia and the Malay World, London, Eng., C1-1

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Indonesian grannies and transnational sexualities: negotiating sexuality, gender, age and belonging through cultural dance performance

M Winarnita

(2015), pp. 237-252, Sex and sexualities in contemporary Indonesia: Sexual politics, health, diversity and representations, London, Eng., B1-1

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Dialogue and other 'Men's Business': gender, conflict and multicultural politics in the diaspora

R Busbridge, M Winarnita

(2015), Vol. 36, pp. 202-220, Journal of Intercultural Studies, London, Eng., C1-1

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The politics and poetics of authenticity: Indonesian migrant women and cultural fepresentation in Perth, Australia

M Winarnita

(2015), Vol. 171, pp. 489-515, Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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Creating the five-minute 'Moderen' Ramayana in an Indonesian migrant community

Monika Winarnita

(2014), Vol. 23, pp. 229-246, Ethnomusicology Forum, London, Eng., C1-1

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CARING AND FAMILY: Marriage Migration to the Malay Muslim community of Home Island (Cocos Keeling Islands)

M Winarnita, N Herriman

(2012), Vol. 40, pp. 372-387, Indonesia and the Malay World, C1-1

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The politics of commemorating the May 1998 mass rapes

M Winarnita

(2011), Vol. 45, pp. 133-164, RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs, Canberra, A.C.T., C1-1

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Asian women in Australian soap operas: questioning idealized hybrid representation

M Winarnita

(2011), Vol. 7, pp. 3-11, Asian social science, Toronto, Ont., C1-1

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Trying Not to Lose Face: Indonesian Women Dancers in Perth, Western Australia

Monika Winarnita


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Motherhood as cultural citizenship: Indonesian women in transnational families

M Winarnita

(2008), Vol. 9, pp. 304-318, Asia Pacific journal of anthropology, Abingdon, Eng., C1-1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

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Associate Supervisor

Erlinda Syam

Thesis entitled: Minang Facebookers: A Sociolinguistic Study of Virtual Interaction

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences