Professor, Department of Political and Social Change, Coral Bell School of Asia-Pacific Affairs
- BA (Hons)(Queensland) PhD (SOAS)
Hedley Bull Centre The Australian National University ACT 2601 Australia
Robert Cribb’s research interests focus mainly on Indonesia, though he has some interest in other parts of Southeast Asia (especially Malaysia and Burma/Myanmar) and in Inner Asia. The themes of his research are: mass violence and crime; national identity; environmental politics; and historical geography. Current research projects include: the origins of massacre in Indonesia; ‘Puppet states revisited: Empire and Sovereign Subordination in Modern Asia’ (with Li Narangoa); and War crimes and the Japanese Military, 1941 - 1945 (with Sandra Wilson).