The Life and Work of Ann Dunham Soetoro
- National Public Radio interview with Janny Scott, author of "A Singular Woman: The Untold Story of Barack Obama's Mother"
- A short video of the author of Ann Dunham Soetoro's biography, Janny Scott, talking about the book on Amazon.
- "Obama's Young Mother Abroad", by Janny Scott in The New York Times, April 20, 2011
- Ann Dunham Soetoro awarded the Bintang Jasa Utama, the highest civilian award in Indonesia.
- "Ann Dunham: A personal reflection," Geoff White interviews Alice Dewey about the role of Ann Dunham Soetoro, mother of Barack Obama, as a student of Anthropology at UH
- Alice Dewey participates in panel honoring Ann Dunham Soetoro in Jakarta, March 18, 2010
- "Obama's Mother to be Acknowledged Posthumously by Yogyakarta University," Jakarta Globe, February 23, 2010
- "Years After Death, Obamas Mom Gets Her Wish," National Public Radio, December 5, 2009
- "Surviving and Thriving in Indonesia: Presidential Session in Honor of Ann Dunham," 108th American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, December 1, 2009
- "Hot Type: Obama's Mother's Dissertation Gets Star Treatment From Duke U. Press," The Chronicle of Higher Education, November 25, 2009
- "Jungle angel was Barack Obama's mother" The Sunday Times of London, November 8, 2009
- "Dreams From His Mother" - New York Time Op Ed piece by Michael R. Dove, August 10, 2009
- "Against The Edges of the Unknown" - Maya Soetoro-Ng talks about her mother in Human Rights Watch, July 24, 2009
- "Legacy of the President’s Mother" from Mālamalama online, January 14th, 2009
- "Long-range love of Obama’s absent mother" from The Sunday Times, November 23, 2008
- "The Story of Barack Obama's Mother," from Time, April 9, 2008
Ann Dunham's Book Published by Duke University Press
- Duke Press publishes Ann Dunham Soetoro's book," Surviving Against the Odds: Village Industry in Indonesia
- Reviews of Surviving against the Odds.
Ann Dunham Soetoro Endowed Fund
The University of Hawai'i at Manoa and the East-West Center are cooperating in a campaign to fund an endowed faculty position in the Department of Anthropology as well as graduate scholarships at the East-West Center to honor the legacy of Ann Dunham Soetoro by strengthening programs in applied cultural anthropology and Southeast Asian Studies to provide opportunities for future generations of students. Details of the Ann Dunham Soetoro Endowed Fund are available at the University of Hawaii Foundation website.
page last updated May 6, 2011