Campaign Cohesion Across Electoral Campaign Scales in Indonesia

A roundtable discussion with Dr. Lis Kramer

As the Jakarta gubernatorial election heads to a run-off in April 2017, the UBC Southeast Asian Network has invited Dr. Elisabeth Kramer, a political scientist at the University of Sydney Southeast Asia Centre, to discuss “the usefulness of scale as a geographical concept” in understanding electoral campaigns in Indonesia. Join us on this exciting roundtable discussion on “Campaign cohesion across electoral campaign scales in Indonesia,” which will be held on 14 March 2017 (Tuesday), from 12.30 to 14.00 at the Research Unit One room at the Liu Institute.

This discussion will be based upon an article-in-progress by Dr. Kramer; to receive a copy, please email us at csear.grad@gmail.com. A light lunch will be served during the discussion. Through this event, we are introducing the UBC Southeast Asian Network, a group of students and scholars working on and in the region, supported by the UBC Liu Institute for Global Affairs and the Centre for Southeast Asia Research at the UBC Institute of Asian Research. Please feel free to circulate the digital flyer widely.

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