Alice Dewey, PhD
B.A. (1950), M.A. (1955) and Ph.D. (1959) from Racliffe College, Harvard University.
I did my doctoral research in Java, Indonesia, in 1952-1954 and have been studying Javanese society ever since, with additional field work among the Maori of New Zealand (1959-60) and among the Javanese community in New Caldonia (1963-64).
I joined the anthropology faculty at the University of Hawai'i in 1963 and have been here ever since.
Economic Anthropology, especially markets; social structure; peasant societies; social change; kinship; Javanese culture.
In preparation Traditional Powers for a Modern King: The Investiture of Sultan Hamengku Buwono X.
1993 Past Experiences and Problems in Implementing Programs in Poverty Alleviation. In A Review of Poverty Alleviation Efforts in Indonesia, with Michael Dove, N. Dwi Retnandari, and Loekman Soetrisno, for BAPPENAS, Indonesia, pp. 103-135.
1988 Competition, Reciprocity and the Olympic Games. In The Olympics and East/West and South/North Exchange, edited by Kang Shin-pyo, John MacAloon and Roberto DaMatto. The Institute for Ethnological Studies, Hanyang University, pp. 529-537.
1985 Boundary and Batik: A Study of Ambiguous Categories. In Cultural Values and Human Ecology in Southeast Asia, edited by Karl L. Hutterer, A. Terry Rambo and George Lovelace. Michigan Papers on South and Southeast Asia, No. 27, University of Michigan Press.
1970 Ritual as a Mechanism for Urban Adaptation. Man 5:438-448.
1962 Trade and Social Control. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 92:177-190.
1962 Peasant Marketing in Java. N.Y.: Free Press.