Co-Founder & Researcher
Hatib gained his BA of Anthropology from Gadjah Mada University in 2007. In 2010, he got his master on Religious and Cross-cultural Studies from Gadjah Mada University. He then got another MA on Anthropology from University of California, Santa Cruz, USA in 2014. He finishes his PhD of Anthropology from University of California, Santa Cruz. His dissertation is on the topics of exchanged commodities and upward mobility among the migrants in the aftermath of sectarian conflict in the Moluccas Province, Indonesia.
Hatib is a recipient of Fulbright Doctor Fellowship in 2012-2015. Recipient Ethnographic Summer Field School, Tallahassee, Florida, funded by NSF (National Science Foundation). He is also a recipient Dissertation Fellowship Award, Chancellor Blumenthal. He is now also a lecturer in the department of Anthropology, Brawijaya University. Indonesia.
His current research is on the assemblage of nature conservation and market integration during the post-decentralization in Raja Ampat, West Papua.