Curriculum Vitae







Brent Luvaas



2012 DIY Style: Fashion, Music, and Global Digital Cultures, Oxford and New York: Berg.

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      Peer-Reviewed Academic Journal Articles

2013  “Shooting Street Style in Indonesia: A Photo Essay,” in Clothing  Cultures 1(1) (forthcoming).

2013 “Third World No More: Re-Branding Indonesian Streetwear” in Fashion Practice (in press).

2013 “Exemplary Centers and Musical Elsewheres: Performing  Authenticity and  Autonomy in Indonesian Indie Music,” in Asian Music 44(2)(in press).

2013  “Material Interventions: Indonesian DIY Fashion and the Regime of the Global Brand,” in Cultural Anthropology 28(1): 127-143.

2013  “Indonesian Fashion Blogs: On the Promotional Subject of Personal Style,” in Fashion Theory 17(1): 55-76.

2011 “Dislocating Sounds: The Deterritorialization of Indonesian Indie Pop,” Cultural Anthropology, April, special virtual edition on “Youth”(invited submission – previously peer reviewed).

2010 “Designer Vandalism: Indonesian Indie Fashion and the Cultural Practice of Cut ’n’ Paste” in Visual Anthropology Review 26(1): 1-16. Visual Anthropology Review’s number one most downloaded article.

2009 “Dislocating Sounds: The Deterritorialization of Indonesian Indie Pop,” in Cultural Anthropology 24(2): 246-279.

2006 “Re-Producing Pop: The Ambivalent Aesthetics of a Contemporary Dance Music,” in International Journal of Cultural Studies 9(2): 167-187.

      Peer-Reviewed Online Articles

2009  “The Indie Takeover,” in Inside Indonesia 95 (January-March 2009). Electronic document, indie-takeover (invited submission with peer review).

2008 “Global Fashion, Remixed,” in Inside Indonesia 92 (April-June 2008). Electronic document, fashion-remixed (invited submission with peer review).

      Book Reviews

2012 Rudnyckyj, Daromir, Spiritual Economies: Islam, Globalization, and the Afterlife of Development, in PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review 35(1): 141-143 (invited submission).

2009 Review Essay: Modern Cacophonies. Jeremy Wallach, Modern Noise, Fluid Genres Popular Music in Indonesia, 1997–2001 and Emma Baulch, Making Scenes: Reggae, Punk, and Death Metal in 1990s Bali,” in Indonesia, 88(October 2009): 175-183 (invited submission).

Book Chapters, Encyclopedia Entries, and Other Publications

(In Press – 2012) “Indonesia’s Generation DIY,” in Generation X Goes Global: Mapping a Youth Culture in Motion, Christine Henseler (ed), London and New York: Routledge (invited submission).

(Forthcoming) “ ‘We Are all Sellouts Now’: The Indonesian Indie Scene Cashes in — and Dresses Up,” refereed submission (with peer review) for the edited volume, Participatory Pop: Audiences, Lifestyles, and Fan Culture in 20th Century Southeast Asia.” Publisher to be determined.

2011 “Indonesian Indie (DIY) Fashion,” Berg Encyclopedia of World Fashion and Dress, Volume 4, online exclusive, Joanne Eicher (ed), Oxford and New York: Berg Publishers (invited submission).