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Dr. Intan Suwandi

Assistant Professor of Sociology
Sociology and Anthropology
Office
Schroeder Hall - SCH 349
Office Hours
M-W, 12:30-1:30 pm, or by appointment
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Biography

Dr. Suwandi's areas of specialization include international political economy, global sociology, Marxist theories, imperialism, labor, social stratification, and development. Her book, Value Chains: The New Economic Imperialism (Monthly Review Press, 2019), examines the exploitation of labor that continues to occur in the global South, particularly under the domination of multinational firms emanating primarily from the global North, despite the complexities and decentralization that characterize global value chains in today’s world economy.

Current Courses

271.001Introduction To Sociological Research

271.002Introduction To Sociological Research

255.001Labor and Exploitation: The Political Economy of Work

Ph D Sociology

University of Oregon
Eugene, OR

MS Sociology

University of Oregon
Eugene, OR

MA Sociology

Lehigh University
Bethlehem, PA

BA Sociology/Philosophy

New College of Florida
Sarasota, FL

Paul Sweezy Marxist Sociology Book Award

Marxist Sociology Section, American Sociological Association
2020

Paul A. Baran and Paul M. Sweezy Memorial Award

Monthly Review Foundation
2018

Wasby-Johnson Sociology Dissertation Research Award

Department of Sociology, University of Oregon
2015

Book, Authored

Suwandi, I. Value Chains: The New Economic Imperialism (2019)

Book, Chapter

Foster, J., & Suwandi, I. Covid-19 and Catastrophe Capitalism: Commodity Chains and Ecological-Epidemiological-Economic Crises. Alex Callinicos, Stathis Kouvelakis, Lucia Pradella (EDs), Routledge Handbook of Marxism and Post-Marxism. Routledge (2020)

Journal Article

Hickel , J., Dorninger, C., Wieland, H., & Suwandi, I. Imperialist Appropriation in the World Economy: Drain from the Global South through Unequal Exchange, 1990-2015  . Global Environmental Change 73 (2022)
Foster, J., & Suwandi, I. COVID-19 and Catastrophe Capitalism. Monthly Review 72.2 (2020): 1-20.