Thomas Stodulka

Prof. Dr. Thomas Stodulka

Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology

Junior Professor

Address Landoltweg 9-11
Room 107
14195 Berlin
Telephone +49 (0)30 838 57689
Email thomas.stodulka@fu-berlin.de

Office hours

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Positions

  • Since 10/2016 Junior Professor at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, FU Berlin
  • 09/2016 – 07/2017  Resident Research Fellow, NIAS Amsterdam (European Institutes of Advanced Studies) (abbrev.)
  • 10/2008 - 07/2016  Research Associate at the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, FU Berlin

 

Academic Qualifications

  • 05/2013         Dr. phil. in Social and Cultural Anthropology, FU Berlin
  • 10/2004         M.A. in Social and Cultural Anthropology, Visual Anthropology, Media 

                           and Communication Studies, Georg-August Universität Göttingen

 

Awards and Grants

01/2017 - 12/2017

Project leader Work Package Leader "Knowledge Complexity (K-PLEX, funded by the European Commission, Horizon2020)

05/2013 - 07/2017

Project director “The Researchers’ Affects” (funded by Volkswagen Foundation)

10/2009 - 09/2013

Project director “Are Germans really green-eyed monsters?” (Cluster of Excellence, funded by DFG)

01/2007 - 04/2008

Research grant (doctorate) funded by DAAD

01/2005 - 04/2005

Research grant Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Forschung, Universität Bielefeld, FG: Emotions as bio-cultural processes

 

Memberships

  • European Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA)
  • European Association for South East Asian Studies (EuroSEAS)
  • Deutsche Gesellschaft für Völkerkunde (DGV)
  • Mauerpark Institute Berlin e.V.
  • Affective Epistemologies am Institut für Ethnologie, FU Berlin

Universität Bern (Schweiz)

Winter Term 13/14

MA: The Researchers’ Affects: Methods and Theories of Anthropology, Primatology and Comparative Literature (with Prof. Dr. Katja Liebal and Prof. Dr. Oliver Lubrich)
Graduiertenschule Languages of Emotion, FU Berlin

Winter Term 11/12

Comparative Perspectives on Emotion and Culture (English)
Institut für Ethnologie, FU Berlin

Winter Term 11/12

MA: Anthropologies of Social Inequality, Stigma, and Resistance (English)

Winter Term 10/11

BA: Ethnographies of insular Southeast Asia

Winter Term 09/10

BA: Marginality and Marginalization in Indonesia
BA: Language Course Bahasa Indonesia II

Summer Term 2009

BA: Violence in Indonesia
BA: Language Course Bahasa Indonesia I
Department of Anthropology, UGM Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Summer Term 2007

BA: Dealing with Marginality: towards a visual anthropology of empowerment (English)



Fieldwork

03/2015 – 05/2015    

Oecussi, Timor Leste (3 months)

07/2014 – 02/2015      

Yogyakarta, Indonesia

02/2012 – 03/2012      

Yogyakarta, Indonesia 

02/2009 - 04/2009

Yogyakarta, Indonesia (3 months)

06/2006 - 03/2008

Yogyakarta, Indonesia (22 months)

05/2005 - 07/2005

Yogyakarta, Indonesia (3 months)

04/2004 - 09/2004

Yogyakarta, Indonesia (6 months)

 

Research areas

regional focus:
Southeastasia (Indonesia)

 thematic focus:
Psychological Anthropology
Social Inequalities, marginalization, stigmatization,
Medical Anthropology
Childhood, Youth, Life course
Emotion and Affect
Reflexive Ethnography

 

Monograph

2016 Coming of Age on the Streets of Java – Coping with Marginality, Stigma and Illness. Bielefeld: transcript.

 

Journal Articles 

2015a Emotion work, Ethnography and Survival Strategies on the Streets of Yogyakarta. Medical Anthropology 34(1): 84-97.

2015b Spheres of Passion: fieldwork, ethnography and the researcher’s emotions. Curare  - Journal for Medical Anthropology 38(1+2): 103-116.

2014 Feldforschung als Begegnung – Zur pragmatischen Dimension ethnographischer Daten. Sociologus 64(2): 179-206.

2013 Guter Neid, schlechter Neid? Von der ‚Neidkultur’ zu Kulturen des Neides (Good envy, bad envy? From ‘envy culture’ to the cultures of envy), coauthored with Christian von Scheve and Julia Schmidt, in: Emotionen und Politik – Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, 32-33, pp. 41-46.

 

Edited Books

2014 Feelings at the Margins – Dealing with Violence, Stigma and Isolation in Indonesia (ed. with B. Röttger-Rössler). Campus. Frankfurt/New York.

 

Book Chapters 

Forthcoming 2017 Towards an integrative anthropology of emotion – a case study from Yogyakarta. In: G. Senft & A. Storch (eds.), Consensus and Dissent: Negotiating emotion in the public space. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

2016 Storms of slander – Relational dimensions of envy in Java, Indonesia. In: R. Smith, M. Duffy and U. Merlone (eds.), Envy at Work and in Organizations, pp. 297-320. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

2016 Coming of Age on the Streets. In: L. Manderson, A. Hardon and E. Cartwright (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Medical Anthropology in the 21st Century, pp. 85-88. Routledge: London.

2014 The Emotional Make-up of Marginality and Stigma (with B. Röttger-Rössler), in: T. Stodulka & B. Röttger-Rössler (eds.), Feelings at the Margins – Dealing with Violence, Stigma and Isolation in Indonesia, pp. 11-29. Campus. Frankfurt/New York.

2014 ‘Playing it Right’ – Empathy and Emotional Economies on the Streets of Java, in: T. Stodulka & B. Röttger-Rössler (eds.), Feelings at the Margins – Dealing with Violence, Stigma and Isolation in Indonesia, pp. 103-127. Campus. Frankfurt/New York.

2009 “Beggars” and “Kings”: Emotional Regulation of Shame Among Street Youths in a Javanese City in Indonesia. In: Röttger-Rössler, B. und H.J. Markowitsch (eds.), Emotions as Bio-cultural Processes, pp. 329-349. Springer. New York.

 

Online-publications

2016 About Ethnolab, with Thajib, Ferdiansyah and Dinkelaker, Samia. http://ethnolab.kunci.or.id/about/

2016 Editorial. Ethnolab, with Thajib, Ferdiansyah and Dinkelaker, Samia. http://ethnolab.kunci.or.id/2016/02/06/editorial-note/

2016 Behind the Scenes: Reflective Accounts on Ethnolab,  with Thajib, Ferdiansyah and Dinkelaker, Samia. http://ethnolab.kunci.or.id/2016/02/11/reflective-accounts

 

Documentaries

2003 Augenblicke (Moments, with Sebastian Baller). Mini-DV. Colour. 43 Minutes. Oral histories of three anarchists from three different generations.

2002 Mimpi manis, Paris! (Sweet Dreams Paris!, with Dr. Janna Bégué). Hi8. Colour. 43 Minutes. Life on the Streets of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Nominated for Student Award at the Göttingen International Film Festival (GIEFF).

2001 Tonspuren (Soundtracks, with mit Dr. Nils Meyer-Abich and Dr. Sven Ismer). Hi8. Colour. 44 Minutes. Music, Migration and Identity. Thesis Film of Visual Anthropology, Georg-August-Universität Göttingen, Advisor: Dr. Beate Engelbrecht. Audience Award at Göttingen Short Film Festival, Kino Lumière Göttingen, 2002.