Artricia is an anthropologist and non-profit enthusiast presently based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Her past research engaged the politics of narrative circulation and interpretation, in particular regarding how memories of suffering are embodied and collectively articulated among Chinese Indonesians post-May 1998. Artricia graduated from New York University in 2015 with B.A. (Highest Honors) in Anthropology and Comparative Literature. At NYU, she was named the Alvin H. Zagor scholar and received Annette B. Weiner Prize for Excellence in Anthropology and Phi Beta Kappa Prize for Best Thesis in Anthropology. Artricia is the founder of the NYU Indonesian Students Association and Antropologia, the University’s first anthropological research journal. In her spare time, you can spot her: learning Italian at the Istituto Italiano de Cultura and (attempting) to cook the cuisine; devouring books at various cafés and libraries in Central and South Jakarta; going on impromptu museum and gallery visits; obsessively browsing through Quora; and spending time with her baby niece, Audrina.