Studying Islam in Southeast Asia:

state of the art and new approaches

 

Workshop organized under the auspices of

The Australia-Netherlands Research Collaboration (ANRC), in co-operation with

the International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World (ISIM)

Convenors: Greg Fealy (ANU) and Martin van Bruinessen (ISIM / Utrecht)

 

Date and venue:

7-8 July 2008,

Leiden, Snouck Hurgronjehuis, Rapenburg 61

 

 

 

Provisional program:

 

Governance of Islam in colonial and postcolonial Southeast Asia

 

Gerrit Knaap & Isabel van der Heiden (Netherlands Historical Institute) Governance of Islam in the Netherlands Indies: some preliminary results

 

Elsbeth Locher-Scholten & Remco Raben (Utrecht and Netherlands Institute for War Documentation) reflections on Netherlands Indies Islam policies and new approaches in research

 

Kees van Dijk (Leiden) The resilience of Islam under Guided Democracy

 

Quinton Temby (PhD cand. ANU) Darul Islam

 

Dadi Darmadi (PPIM/Harvard) -- Governing the hajj: the Indonesian and Saudi governments and Indonesian pilgrims

 

Joseph Liow (Singapore) Governing Islam in Malaysia: the religious bureaucracy under Mahathir and Badawi

 

Jan-Michiel Otto (Leiden) Sharia and national law in Indonesia an overview and reflections on new research

 

Nadirsyah Hosen (Wollongong) Sharia and Legal Pluralism in Indonesia

 

Robin Bush (Asia Foundation Jakarta) Local sharia regulations in Indonesian districts

 

  

Transnational Islamic networks in Southeast Asia (and beyond)

 

Najib Azca (PhD cand. Amsterdam)   Post-jihadists without borders.

Greg Fealy (ANU) - Ikhwani transnationalism: the case of the PKS in Indonesia

Greg Barton (Monash) International influences on Islamic liberalism in Indonesia and Malaysia

 

Din Wahid (PhD cand, ISIM) Salafi madrasas in Indonesia and their transnational connections

 

Ernesto Braam (Ministry of Foreign Affairs and PhD student) Islamic reformism in southern Thailand

 

 

Media and Performances

 

Margaret Kartomi (Monash) Islamic music in Aceh

 

Katinka van Heeren (PhD cand Leiden) -- Dakwah films, and debates on what is Islamic film-making

 

Bart Barendregt (anthropology Leiden) --  Nasyid groups

 

Ben Arps (professor Indonesian languages, Leiden) Spiritual Refreshment, Medicine for the Heart: Preaching on Record and on the Air in Indonesia

 

Julian Millie (postdoctoral fellow, Monash University) - Sundanese/Indonesian: Preaching and social difference in West Java

 

Julia Day Howell (associate professor, Griffith University) - Sufism in the Popular Mass Media