Supiastutik, M.Pd.

Surname: Supiastutik
First Name: Supiastutik
Date of Birth: 14 May 1966
Academic Qualification: M.Pd.
Venia Legendi (qualification to teach): Teaching Certificate issued by The Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education 2011

Registration Number: 11100102511439

Further Qualifications: Master in Literature and Education


At the Higher Education Institution (to be accredited) since: 1998
Level of Employment (part-time or full-time): Full-time
Teaching Focus:


Interdisciplinary Aspects:

Introduction to English Literature, Prose, Children and Teen Literature, Translation
Gender, Language and Literature
Activities in the Areas:

–               Further Education

–               Research

–               Consultancy

Master in Literature and Education
–      Feminist Literary Criticism
–      Diasporic literary studies, postcolonialism in literature, gender studies in literary works
How are personal research activities reflected in teaching activities? –            The publications based on research findings in gender studies in literary works were incorporated as materials for Gender, Language and Literature mainly in the discussion about the complexity of identities experienced by subjects in the narratives.

–            The publications based on research finding in literary works were incorporated as materials for Gender Studies mainly in the discussion about the right of women, men and gender between


Work experience:

–               General


–               Activities as an Expert:

I am a lecturer in English Department, Faculty of Humanities, University of Jember since 1998
1.  Speaker in gender and literary studies conference and seminar.

2.  Researcher in a Teen and Children’s Literature Research


Memberships: 1.    Member of HISKI (Himpunan Sarjana Kesastraan Indonesia/Indonesian Literature Scholar Association)
International experience through:

–        Management Activities

Khazanah, D., Sampurna, H., Kusumaningputri, R., Setiarini, R., and Supiastutik. (2021). A Linguistic Landscape Study of English in Yogyakarta: Its Representation of Power in Commercial Boards, ELLITE Journal of English Language, Literature, and Teaching, 06(2), pp. 92-102


Setiarini, R., Supiastutik, S., Kusumayanti, D., Sampurna, H., Cahyawati, E. (2021). Gender Representation in Perpustakaan Intan:When Mother Is Gaining Attention, Is Father Losing Power?, PIONEER, 1(2), pp. 243-259.


Ferdiansyah, S., Supiastutik, Angin, R. (2020). Thai Students’ Experiences of Online Learning at Indonesian Universities in the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Journal of International Students, 10(S3), pp. 58-74.


Irmadani, A.N. , Supiastutik*, Astutiningsih, I. (2019). The Representation of Woman’s Oppression in Lisa See’s Snow Flower And The Secret Fan. Semiotika, 20 (1), pp. 14—25


Wulandari, M.D , Supiastutik , Pujiati, H. (2019). The Representation of Liberal Feminism in A Woman Is No Man by Etaf Rum. LENTERA: Jurnal Ilmiah Kependidikan, 12 (2), pp. 237-248.


Hidayati, I.N., Supiastutik, Astuti, I. (2014). A Question Of Man’s Identity: The Portrait of Soldier In Rebecca West’s The Return Of The Soldier. PUBLIKA BUDAYA, 2 (2), pp. 56-59.


Listiari E.D., Sutarto, Supiastutik. (2014) Mulan’s Great Upward Drive Toward Androcentrism in Mulan in Disney Beloved Tales by Jane Brierly, Robyn Bryant and Stephanie Werner. PUBLIKA BUDAYA, 2 (1), pp. 15-28.



–               Academic Activities








–               Personal Background/ Experience

1.  Guest Lecturer in the Lecture University of Trunojoyo in 2020

2.  Presenter in National Seminar of Indonesian Literary Scholar Association.

3.  Presenter in National Simposium of Penguatan Identitas Bangsa (Simposium of Strengtening National Identity) in 2015