Peer Reviewed Articles & Chapters
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Grayman, Jesse H., “Rapid Response: Email, Immediacy, and Medical Humanitarianism in Aceh, Indonesia.” Social Science & Medicine. 2014. doi: 10.1016/j.socscimed.2014.04.024 [in press, but available online]
Grayman, Jesse “Ex-Combatant” in Joshua Barker, Erik Harms, and Johan Lindquist (eds.) Figures of Southeast Asian Modernity. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press. 2013
Good, Mary-Jo DelVecchio, Byron J. Good, and Jesse Grayman “Complex Engagements: Responding to Violence in Postconflict Aceh” in Didier Fassin and Mariella Pandolfi (eds.) Contemporary States of Emergency: The Politics of Military and Humanitarian Interventions. New York: Zone Books. 2010
Grayman, Jesse H., Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good, and Byron J. Good. “Conflict Nightmares and Trauma in Aceh.” Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry 33, no. 2 (June 2009): 290-312.
Barker, Joshua and Johan Lindquist [multi-authored essay with Tom Boellstorff, Chris Brown, Aryo Danusiri, Dadi Darmadi, Sheri Gibbings, Jesse Grayman, James Hoesterey, Carla Jones, Doreen Lee, Daromir Rudnyckyj, Rachel Silvey, and Karen Strassler] “Figures of Indonesian Modernity.” Indonesia 87 (April 2009): 35-72.
Good, Byron J., Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good, Jesse Grayman, and Matthew Lakoma. “Violence, Trauma, and Mental Health Consequences in Post-Conflict Aceh: Report of an Empirical Investigation” Ataraxis: Jurnal Kesehatan Jiwa Indonesia [Ataraxis: The Indonesian Journal of Mental Health] 1 (2007):33-40.
Grayman, Jesse H., DT Nhan, PT Huong, et al. “Factors Associated with HIV Testing, Condom Use, and Sexually Transmitted Infections Among Female Sex Workers in Nha Trang, Vietnam” AIDS & Behavior 9 (1) (March 2005): 41-51
Grayman, Jesse Hession, Nelti Anggraini, and Siti Ruhanawati. Opportunities and Approaches for Better Nutrition Outcomes through PNPM Generasi: A Qualitative Study Conducted in Sukabumi (West Java), Manggarai Timur (Flores, East Nusa Tenggara), and Pamekasan (Madura, East Java). Jakarta: PNPM Support Facility. 2014.
UNFPA Indonesia – Humanitarian Unit. Good Practices Documentation of the UNFPA Humanitarian Programme in Indonesia from 2005 – 2012. Jakarta: UNFPA Indonesia. 10 April 2013.
Grayman, Jesse, et al. Community Perceptions of the Peace Process: Eleven Case Studies for the Multi-Stakeholder Review of Post-Conflict Programming in Aceh (MSR). Jakarta: AusAID & The World Bank. November, 2009 [versi Bahasa Indonesia tersedia di sini]
The Carter Center. Final Report of the Carter Center Limited Observation Mission to the April 9, 2009, Legislative Elections in Indonesia. Atlanta, GA: The Carter Center. August 2009 [I was a contributing election observer, not an author, of this report.]
Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies “Aceh Peace Monitoring Update September – December 2009” [versi Bahasa Indonesia tersedia di sini]
Good, M.-J.D., B. Good, J. Grayman, and M. Lakoma. 2007 A Psychosocial Needs Assessment of Communities in 14 Conﬂict-Affected Districts in Aceh. Jakarta: International Organization for Migration. [versi Bahasa Indonesia tersedia di sini]
Good, B., M.-J.D. Good, J. Grayman, and M. Lakoma. 2006 Psychosocial Needs Assessment of Communities Affected by the Conﬂict in the Districts of Pidie, Bireuen, and Aceh Utara. Jakarta: International Organization for Migration. [versi Bahasa Indonesia tersedia di sini]
Kleinman, Arthur and Jesse Grayman. Review of Peter Barham: Forgotten Lunatics of the Great War, Yale University Press, 2004. In History of the Human Sciences Vol 18, No. 3, pp. 119-121, 2005.
Newspaper & Magazine Articles
Good, Byron,, Mary-Jo DelVecchio Good, and Jesse H. Grayman “A New Model for Mental Health Care?”, Inside Indonesia. No.111, January – March 2013
Grayman, Jesse H. “No Nightmares in Aceh”, Inside Indonesia. No. 90, October – December 2007
Grayman, Jesse H. “Clifford Geertz Found Culture in the Details”, The Jakarta Post. 8 November 2006