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Sonia Fatmarani

A fresh-graduate bachelor degree Archaeologist and a stamp collector

Work History

28 30 Sept 2016

Speaker in "Ancient South-China and Southeast Asia : Migration and Technological and Cultural Exchange" Conference.

Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China

I presented my undergraduate thesis topic in a 15 minute presentation.

Nov 2013Feb 2014

Team Leader of Bumi Sumbawa Expedition

KAPALASASTRA UGM

Bumi Sumbawa was an expedition held by KAPALASASTRA UGM, which took place at Sumbawa Island. The team acted on the field was including Movie-maker Team, Research Team, Community Service Team, Documentation Team, and Support Team. The activities including research on social sciences, movie-making, photography, and education on children.

Sep 2013Oct 2013

Student intern

Archaeological Excavation at Tidore Island, Northern Moluccas

It was a settlement type of archaeological excavation.

Mar 2012Mar 2012

Student intern

Archaeological Excavation with Sangiran Insititute at Semedo, Central Java

It was a prehistoric excavation. I was learning about how to be an archaeologist.

Nov 2011Dec 2011

Reporter intern

GATRA Magazine

I was learning how to be  a reporter throughout my intern time in this magazine.

Sep 2010Dec 2012

Writer, Reporter, and Editor

Student Press BALAIRUNG of Gadjah Mada University

Working on issues at Gadjah Mada University's environment. Wrote and reported it to the academica at the university.

Education

Aug 2010Aug 2016

Archaeology Department of Social Science Faculty

Gadjah Mada University

I graduated with cumulative GPA 3,11 out if 4 and have bachelor degree in Archaeology. My undergraduate thesis is under title "Sourcing Analysis of Pottery at Topo and Mareku Site, Tidore Island, Northern Moluccas, based on Form, Decoration, and Petrography Analysis".

Jul 2007Jun 2010

Senior High School

SMA Negeri 2 Tangerang
Jul 2004Jun 2007

Junior High School

SMP Negeri 4 Tangerang

What i've been writing so far...

These are articles and literature I have written, some of them published in my campus pers magazine.

• “Media Rakyat dan Regulasi Setengah Hati”, with Ibnu Hajjar on BALAIRUNG Magazine edition 47/XXVII/Desember 2012.

The article was in Bahasa Indonesia, talking about the social media, especially the one that focused on local citizen's interest. This kind of media was on marginal section in Indonesia, and has many problems especially in regulation.

"Social Cost di Lingkaran Transportasi Yogyakarta”, with M. Luthfi Ardiyanto dan Yolanda Fajar on Journal of BPPM Balairung UGM edition 49/ TAHUN XXVIII/ 2013

This article was on the BALAIRUNG"s Journal  titled "Transportasi dalam Arus Industrialisasi (Narasi Atas Cacat Modernisasi)". It explained about how the traffiic of transportation in Yogyakarta results in social cost, which is burdened the Yogyakarta's people for the problems brought by the strangers in their city. The article highlighted Yogyakarta's status as The City of Student and Tourism, both of them only bring more and more newcomer into the city. The article was in Bahasa Indonesia.

 

• “Terbentuknya Desa”, with Yayum Kumai on JENDELA KAPALASASTRA UGM, November 2014.

The article was on Bahasa Indonesia, explained about how the villages on Sumbawa Island formed themselves. Especially the villages on the foot of Mount Tambora, which is largely destructed after the mount exploded at 1815.

"Analisis Daerah Asal Gerabah di Situs Topo dan Mareku, Pulau Tidore, Maluku Utara, berdasarkan Analisis Bentuk, Hiasan, dan Petrografi"

It's my undergraduate thesis, made for my bachelor degree in Archaeology. The thesis was about my research in Tidore Island. My research results in a new enlightment of pottery trading network between Tidore and Mare Island, along with an unknown group of pottery -maker in northern Moluccas. The trading activities between Tidore and these two groups might happened around 13th and 17th century. The technique and decoration patterns have been assumed to have connection with pottery from Morotai, Talaud, and Papua New Guinea regions.