A. On the Kurds
                A.1 Sociology of Kurdish society
                A.2  Islam and society in Kurdistan
                A.3  Turkey, the Kurdish movement and the Kurdish diaspora
                A.4  Iran and the Kurds
                A.5  Iraq and the Kurds
                A.6  Kurdish language and culture
                A.7  Scholarship on the Kurds

        B. On Alevis and other heterodox groups

        C. On ethnic groups and ethnic politics in the Middle East

        D. On Indonesian Islam
                D.1  Sufism and Sufi orders
                D.2  Ulama and pesantren
                D.3  Religious movements and intellectual currents
                D.4  Islam, state and civil society
                D.5  Transnational linkages
                D.6  Radical Islamist movements


        E. On the urban poor in Bandung, Indonesia

        F. On Islam in Europe

 

  1. On the Kurds

A.1  Sociology of Kurdish society

"Agha, Shaikh and State: On the Social and Political Organization of Kurdistan".
Ph.D. thesis, Utrecht University, 1978.
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Agha, Shaikh and State: The Social and Political Structures of Kurdistan. London: Zed Books, 1992.

Martin van Bruinessen and Hendrik Boeschoten (eds), Evliya Çelebi in Diyarbekir, Leiden: Brill, 1988.

Kurdistan in the 16th and 17th centuries, as reflected in Evliya Çelebi's Seyahatname”. Paper, Second International Conference on the History of Kurdistan in the 16th-17th Centuries and Commemoration of the Sharafname, Kurdisches Institut für Wissenschaft und Forschung / Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, March 1-3, 1998.

“Kurdish nationalism and competing ethnic loyalties”.  Original English version of: "Nationalisme kurde et ethnicités intra-kurdes", Peuples Méditerranéens no. 68-69 (1994), 11-37.

"The ethnic identity of the Kurds", in: Ethnic groups in the Republic of Turkey, compiled and edited by Peter Alford Andrews with Rüdiger Benninghaus [=Beihefte zum Tübinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients, Reihe B, Nr.60]. Wiesbaden: Dr. Ludwich Reichert, 1989, pp. 613-21.

"Koerden en geweld". Paper presented at the Symposium "Politiek geweld en Turken", Willem Pompe Instituut voor Strafwetenschappen & Studie-en Informatiecentrum Mensenrechten, Utrecht, 31 October 1997.

The nature and uses of violence in the Kurdish conflict”.  Paper presented at the International colloquium "Ethnic construction and political violence", organised by the Fondazione Giangiacomo Feltrinelli. Cortona, July 2-3, 1999. Published in Italian translation as: “La natura e gli usi della violenza nel conflitto kurdi”, in: Marco Buttino, Maria Cristina Ercolessi, Alessandro Triulzi (eds.), Uomini in armi. Napoli: l’ancora, 2000, pp. 99-113.

"‘Genocide in Kurdistan? The Suppression of the Dersim Rebellion in Turkey (1937-38) and the Chemical War Against the Iraqi Kurds (1988)’, in George J. Andreopoulos (ed.), Conceptual and historical dimensions of genocide, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994, pp. 141-70.

"Genocide of Kurds", in Israel W. Charney (ed.), The Widening Circle of Genocide [= Genocide: A Critical Bibliographic Review, vol 3]. New Brunswick, NY: Transaction Publishers, pp. 165-191.

"Kurds, states, and tribes". Paper presented at the conference "Tribes and Powers in the Middle East", London, SOAS, Birkbeck College and Iraqi Cultural Forum, January 23-24, 1999. French translation published as: “Les Kurdes, États et tribus”, Études kurdes, revue biannuelle de recherches, no. 1 (2000), 9-31.

Innerkurdische Herrschaftsverhältnisse: Stämme und religiöse Brüderschaften”, in: epd-Dokumentation (Evangelischer Pressedienst, ISSN 0935-5111), 7/2003, pp. 9-14.

The impact of the dissolution of the Soviet Union on the Kurds”. Paper presented at the international conference on Islam and Ethnicity in Central Asia, St Petersburg, 14-18 October, 1995.

From Adela Khanun to Leyla Zana: Women as Political Leaders in Kurdish History’, in: Shahrzad Mojab (ed.), Women of a Non-State Nation: The Kurds, Costa Mesa, CA: Mazda Publishers, Inc., 2001, pp. 95-112.


A.2  Islam and society in Kurdistan

"Islam en politiek", in: Martin van Bruinessen, Rudy Koopmans, Wicher Smit & Leo van Velzen, Turkije in crisis. Bussum: Wereldvenster, 1982, pp. 165-194.

The Kurds and Islam”, Les Annales de l'Autre Islam, No.5 (1998), 13-35.

"The Naqshbandi order in 17th-century Kurdistan", in: Marc Gaborieau, Alexandre Popovic et Thierry Zarcone (eds.), Naqshbandis: cheminements et situation actuelle d'un ordre mystique musulman. Istanbul-Paris: Editions Isis, 1990, pp. 337-360.

"The Naqshbandi Order as a Vehicle of Political Protest among the Kurds (With Some Comparative Notes on Indonesia)". Paper presented at the International Conference on New Approaches in Islamic Studies, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Jakarta, 15-17 August 1986.

"Medrese education in northern Kurdistan", by Zeynelabidîn Zinar, translated and annotated by Martin van Bruinessen. Les Annales de l’Autre Islam 5 (1998).

"The Qâdiriyya and the lineages of Qâdirî shaykhs among the Kurds", in: Thierry Zarcone, Ekrem Işın & Arthur Buehler (eds.), The Qâdiriyya Order [=Journal of the History of Sufism, special issue, vol. 1-2]. Istanbul: Simurg, 2000, pp. 131-149.

The Sâdatê Nehrî or Gîlânîzâde of Central Kurdistan”, in: Thierry Zarcone, Ekrem Işın & Arthur Buehler (eds.), The Qâdiriyya Order [=Journal of the History of Sufism, special issue, vol. 1-2]. Istanbul: Simurg, 2000, pp. 79-91.

"A nineteenth-century Ottoman Kurdish scholar in South Africa: Abu Bakr Efendi", first published as "A nineteenth-century Kurdish scholar in South Africa", in: Martin van Bruinessen, Mullas, Sufis and heretics: the role of religion in Kurdish society. Collected articles. Istanbul: The Isis Press, 2000, pp. 133-141.


A.3  Turkey, the Kurdish movement and the Kurdish diaspora

Race, culture, nation and identity politics in Turkey: some comments”, paper, Mica Ertegün Annual Turkish Studies Workshop on Continuity and Change: Shifting State Ideologies from Late Ottoman to Early Republican Turkey, 1890-1930, Department of Near Eastern Studies, Princeton University, April 24-26, 1997.

"Constructions of ethnic identity in the late Ottoman Empire and Republican Turkey: The Kurds and their Others", paper presented at the workshop "Social identities in the late Ottoman Empire", Department of Middle Eastern Studies, New York University, March 8. 1997. 

"Koerden en Koerdisch nationalisme in Turkije", in: Martin van Bruinessen, Rudy Koopmans, Wicher Smit & Leo van Velzen, Turkije in crisis. Bussum: Wereldvenster, 1982, pp. 195-219. .

The Suppression of the Dersim Rebellion in Turkey (1937-38)”  [excerpts from: Martin van Bruinessen, "Genocide in Kurdistan? The suppression of the Dersim rebellion in Turkey (1937-38) and the chemical war against the Iraqi Kurds (1988)", in: George J. Andreopoulos (ed), Conceptual and historical dimensions of genocide. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994, pp. 141-170.

"Genocide in Kurdistan? The suppression of the Dersim rebellion in Turkey (1937-38) and the chemical war against the Iraqi Kurds (1988)", in: George J. Andreopoulos (ed), Conceptual and historical dimensions of genocide. University of Pennsylvania Press, 1994, pp. 141-170.

"Genocide of Kurds", in: Israel W. Charny (ed), The widening circle of genocide [= Genocide: A Critical Bibliographic Review, vol 3]. New Brunswick, NY: Transaction Publishers, 1994, pp. 165-191.

The Kurds in Turkey”, MERIP Reports no. 121, 1984, 6-12.

"Between guerrilla war and political murder: The Workers’ Party of Kurdistan", MERIP Middle East Report #153 (July-August 1988), 40-46.

"Turkey and the Kurds in the early 1990s: Guerrilla, Counter-insurgency, and Emerging Civil Society", Originally published as ‘Historical background’ and ‘Developments since Newroz 1993’, in: Violations of Human Rights in Turkish Kurdistan. Report of a Fact-finding Mission of Pax Christi and the Netherlands Kurdistan Society to Newroz 1993. Amsterdam: Netherlands Kurdistan Society, 1996, pp. 1-8 and 22-33.

"Forced evacuations and destruction of villages in Dersim (Tunceli) and Western Bingöl, Turkish Kurdistan, September-November 1994 ", Report by Stichting Nederland - Koerdistan, 1995. 

"Apo in Italië: Europa en de PKK", Midden-Oostentijdschrift Soera (Amsterdam), vol. 6 no. 4 (December 1998), pp. 3-8.

Turkey, Europe and the Kurds after the capture of Abdullah Öcalan”, in: Martin van Bruinessen, Kurdish ethnonationalism versus nation-building states (Istanbul: The ISIS Press, 2000). 

Homogene natie of multi-etnische samenleving? Turkije en de Koerdische kwestie”, Justitiële Verkenningen 26 no. 8 (oktober/november 2000), 33-44. (PDF file)

"De Koerdische kwestie in Turkije en in de diaspora ", Aantekeninngen voor een lezing op het Mini-symposium “Achtergronden van de ontwikkelingen binnen de Turkse gemeenschap in Nederland”, Ministerie van Binnenlandse Zaken, Den Haag, 14 october 1997.

The Kurds in movement: migrations, mobilisations, communications and the globalisation of the Kurdish question”. Working Paper no. 14, Islamic Area Studies Project, Tokyo, Japan, 1999.

Transnational aspects of the Kurdish question”. Working paper, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute, Florence, 2000.

Turkey’s AKP government and its engagement with the Alevis and the Kurds”, paper presented at the International Symposium “The Otherness and Beyond: Dynamism between Group Formation and Identity in Modern Muslim Societies”, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, 5 December 2009.


A.4  Iran and the Kurds

"‘A Kurdish Warlord on the Turkish-Persian Frontier in the Early Twentieth Century: Isma`il Agha Simko’ in: Touraj Atabaki (ed.), Iran and the First World War: Battleground of the Great Powers. London: I.B. Tauris, 2006, pp. 69-93.

"Irans Koerden en de islamitische revolutie", in: De Iraanse Revolutie: Achtergronden [=MOI-publicatie 5]. Nijmegen: MOI, 1980, pp. 95-120.

"Nationalismus und religiöser Konflikt: Der kurdische Widerstand im Iran", in: Kurt Greussing (ed.), Geschichte und Politik religioser Bewegungen im Iran, Frankfurt: Syndikat, 1981, pp. 372-409.


A.5  Iraq and the Kurds

Iraq: Kurdish challenges", paper presented at the First Meeting of the Task Force on the Middle East, European Union Institute of Security Studies (ISS-EU). Paris, 14 February 2005 [published in W. Posch (ed.), Looking into Iraq, Chaillot paper no. 79, Paris: Institute for Security Studies, 2005].

The Kurds, Turkey and Iran after America’s Iraq war: new possibilities?”, paper presented at the expert meeting “Justice, security and democracy”, International Dialogues Foundation, The Hague, 25 May 2003.



A.6  Kurdish language and culture

"Onyedinci yüzyilda Kürtler ve dilleri: Kürt lehçeleri üzerine Evliya Çelebi'nin notlari" ("The Kurds and their language in the 17th century: Evliya Çelebi's notes on Kurdish dialects"), Studia Kurdica, yil:2, no:1-3 (Nisan 1985), 13-37.

"Les Kurdes et leur langue au XVIIe siècle: notes d'Evliya Çelebi sur les dialectes kurdes", Studia Kurdica No. 1-5 (1988), 13-34.


A.7  Scholarship on the Kurds

Ismail Beşikçi: Turkish sociologist, critic of Kemalism, and kurdologist”, The Journal of Kurdish Studies, vol. V (2003-04 [2005]), 19-34. Translated into Turkish as: “İsmail Beşikçi: Türk sosiologu, Kemalizm eleştirmeni ve Kürdolog”, İkinci Bilim ve Siyaset 1, 1 (yaz-sonbahar 2001), 39-52.

"The Kurdish Question: Whose Question, Whose Answers? The Kurdish Movement Seen by the Kurds and by their Neighbors". Wadie Jwaideh Memorial Lecture in Arabic and Islamic Studies, Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures & Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies Program, Indiana University, Bloomington, November 19, 2004.

Foreword to: Wadie Jwaideh, The Kurdish National Movement, Its Origins and Development, Syracuse University Press, 2006.
[A Kurdish (Sorani) translation by Hassan Ghazi is available at http://ruwange.blogspot.com/2007/09/blog-post_22.html]

"Türkoloji varsa Kurdoloji de vardır, Kürdoloji, Kürtlerle İlgili bütün bilimleri kapsar", Martin van Bruinessen ile röportaj, Kovara Bîr, hejmar:1, Bihar 2005, sf. 15-20.

'Mehmed Emin Bozarslan and I', published in Kurdish translation as 'Ez û Mehmed Emîn Bozarslan', Nûbihar, jimar 123 (bihar 2013), 58-61.

"Kurdish studies in Western and Central Europe", in: Wiener Jahrbuch für Kurdische Studien, 2. Jahrgang, 2014 (Wiener Verlag für Sozialforschung, 2015), pp. 18-96.

Martin van Bruinessen, ‘The Kurds as objects and subjects of historiography: Turkish and Kurdish nationalists struggling over identity’, in: Fabian Richter (ed.), Identität Ethnizität und Nationalismus in Kurdistan. Festschrift zum 65. Geburtstag von Prof. Dr. Ferhad Ibrahim Seyder, Münster: Lit Verlag, 2016, pp. 13-61.

  1. On Alevis and other heterodox groups

"Haji Bektash, Sultan Sahak, Shah Mina Sahib and various avatars of a running wall", Turcica XXI-XXIII (1991), 55-69.

"When Haji Bektash still bore the name of Sultan Sahak. Notes on the Ahl-i Haqq of the Guran district", in: Alexandre Popovic & Gilles Veinstein (eds), Bektachiyya: études sur l'ordre mystique des Bektachis et les groupes relevant de Hadji Bektach. Istanbul: Éditions Isis, 1995, pp. 117-138.

"Ahl-i Haqq", Encyclopaedia of Islam, third edition, Part 2009-2, pp. 51-58.

"Veneration of Satan among the Ahl-e Haqq of the Gûrân region", Fritillaria Kurdica (Krákow), No. 3-4 (March 2014), 6-41.

"Dersim and Dalahu: Some Reflections on Kurdish Alevism and the Ahl-i Haqq religion", in: Mehmet Öz & Fatih Yeşil (eds), Ötekilerin peşinde. Ahmet Yaşar Ocak'a armağan / In pursuit of the Others: Festschrift in honor of Ahmet Yaşar Ocak, Istanbul: Timaş, 2015, pp. 613-30.

"The Shabak, a Kizilbash community in Iraqi Kurdistan", Les Annales de l'Autre Islam, No.5 (1998), 185-196.

"'Aslini inkar eden haramzadedir': The debate on the ethnic identity of the Kurdish Alevis." Working paper, Centre for the Study of Asia & the Middle East, Deakin University, Malvern, Victoria (Australia). [A revised version of this paper was published in: Krisztina Kehl-Bodrogi, Barbara Kellner-Heinkele and Anke Otter-Beaujean (eds), Syncretistic religious communities in the Near East. Leiden: Brill, 1997, pp. 1-23]

Muslims, Minorities and Modernity: The restructuring of heterodoxy in the Middle East and Southeast Asia.” Inaugural lecture, Utrecht University, 21 November 2000.

"Kurds, Turks, and the Alevi revival", longer version of an article first published in  Middle East Report 200 (Summer 1996), pp. 7-10. 

Review of I. Mélikoff's Hadji Bektach: un mythe et ses avatars, in Turcica 31 (1999), 549-553.

"Religious practices in the Turco-Iranian world: continuity and change", in: Mohammad-Reza Djalili, Alessandro Monsutti, and Anna Neubauer(eds), Le monde turco-iranien en question , Geneva: The GraduateInstitute / Paris: Karthala, 2008, pp. 123-142.

Turkey’s AKP government and its engagement with the Alevis and the Kurds”, paper presented at the International Symposium “The Otherness and Beyond: Dynamism between Group Formation and Identity in Modern Muslim Societies”, Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo, 5 December 2009.

 

      C.  On ethnic groups and ethnic politics in the Middle East

"Clashes between or within civilizations? Meeting of cultures in Anatolia and Western Europe", paper presented at the Panel “Meeting of Anatolian and European Civilizations”, 6th Film and History Festival / Galatasaray University, Istanbul, 13 December 2003.

"Reflections on Midyat", updated version of a paper presented at the International Midyat Symposium “Keşf-i Kadim: Matiate’den Midyat’a”, organized by Mardin Artuklu Üniversitesi, Midyat, October 7-9, 2011.

 

D.  On Indonesian Islam

D.1  Sufism and Sufi orders

The origins and development of Sufi orders (tarekat) in Southeast Asia”, Studia Islamika - Indonesian Journal for Islamic Studies vol.1, no.1 (1994), 1-23.

"Controversies and polemics involving the Sufi orders in twentieth-century Indonesia", in: F. de Jong & B. Radtke (eds), Islamic mysticism contested: thirteen centuries of controversies and polemics. Leiden: Brill, 1999, pp. 705-728.

"Shaykh `Abd al-Qadir al-Jilani and the Qadiriyya in Indonesia", Journal of the History of Sufism, vol. 1-2 (2000), 361-395.

After the days of Abû Qubays: Indonesian transformations of the Naqshbandiyya-Khâlidiyya”, Journal of the History of Sufism 5, 2007: 225-51.

"Najmuddin al-Kubra, Jumadil Kubra and Jamaluddin al-Akbar: Traces of Kubrawiyya influence in early Indonesian Islam", Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 150 (1994), 305-329.

The tariqa Khalwatiyya in South Celebes”, in: Harry A. Poeze en Pim Schoorl (eds), Excursies in Celebes. Een bundel bijdragen bij het afscheid van J. Noorduyn... Leiden: KITLV Uitgeverij,1991, pp. 251-269.

Tarekat and tarekat teachers in Madurese society”, in: Kees van Dijk, Huub de Jonge & Elly Touwen-Bouwsma (eds.), Across Madura Strait: The dynamics of an insular society. Leiden: KITLV Press, 1995, pp. 91-117.

"Shari`a court, tarekat and pesantren: religious institutions in the sultanate of Banten", Archipel 50 (1995), 165-200.

"Tarekat dan politik", Pesantren vol. IX no. 1 (1992), 3-14.

"Studies of Sufism and the Sufi Orders in Indonesia", Die Welt des Islams 38(2), 192-219.


D.2  Ulama and pesantren

"A note on source materials for the biographies of Southeast Asian `ulama", La transmission du savoir dans le monde musulman périphérique, Lettre d'information no. 17 (1997), 57-66.

"Kurdish `Ulama and their Indonesian disciples" [revised version of: "The impact of Kurdish `ulama on Indonesian Islam", Les annales de l'autre islam 5, 1998, 83-106.]

"Indonesia's ulama and politics: caught between legitimising the status quo and searching for alternatives", Prisma The Indonesian Indicator (Jakarta), No. 49 (1990), 52-69.

Pesantren and kitab kuning: continuity and change in a tradition of religious learning”, in: Wolfgang Marschall (ed.), Texts from the islands. Oral and written traditions of Indonesia and the Malay world [Ethnologica Bernica, 4]. Berne: University of Berne, 1994, pp. 121-145.

"Kitab Kuning: Books in Arabic Script Used in the Pesantren Milieu", Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde 146 (1990), 226-269.

"Kitab kuning dan perempuan, perempuan dan kitab kuning", dalam Lies M. Marcoes-Natsir & Johan Hendrik Meuleman (ed.), Wanita Islam Indonesia dalam Kajian Tekstual dan Kontekstual. Jakarta: INIS, 2003, hal. 165-174. 

"Divergent paths from Gontor: Muslim educational reform and the travails of pluralism in Indonesia", in: Freek L. Bakker & Jan Sihar Aritonang (eds.), On the edge of many worlds [Festschrift Karel A. Steenbrink], Zoetermeer: Uitgeverij Meinema, 2006, pp. 152-162.

Farish A. Noor, Yoginder Sikand, and Martin van Bruinessen (eds), The Madrasa in Asia: Political Activism and Transnational Linkages. Amsterdam University Press, 2008.
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D.3  Religious movements and intellectual currents

Muslims of the Dutch East Indies and the caliphate question”, Studia Islamika vol 2, no 3 (1995), 115-140.

"Gerakan sempalan di kalangan umat Islam Indonesia: latar belakang sosial-budaya" ("Sectarian movements in Indonesian Islam: Social and cultural background"), Ulumul Qur'an vol. III no. 1 (1992), 16-27.

"Muslim fundamentalism: something to be understood or to be explained away?", Islam and Muslim Christian Relations, vol. 6, no. 2 (1995), 157-71.

"Nurcholish Madjid: Indonesian Muslim intellectual", ISIM Review # 17 (Spring 2006), 22-23. 

"The 28th congress of the Nahdlatul Ulama: Power struggle and social concerns", Archipel 41 (1991), 185-200.

"Traditions for the future: the reconstruction of traditionalist discourse within NU", in: Greg Barton and Greg Fealy (eds), Nahdlatul Ulama, traditional Islam and modernity in Indonesia. Clayton, VIC: Monash Asia Institute, 1996, pp. 163-189.

"NU: jamaah konservatif yang melahirkan gerakan progresif", kata pengantar pada: Laode Ida, NU Muda: Kaum progresif dan sekularisme baru. Jakarta: Erlangga, 2004, hal. xii-xvii. 

Back to Situbondo? Nahdlatul Ulama attitudes towards Abdurrahman Wahid's presidency and his fall”, in: Henk Schulte Nordholt & Irwan Abdullah (eds), Indonesia: in search of transition. Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar, 2002, pp.  15-46.

NU: Tradisi, Relasi-Relasi Kuasa, Pencarian Wacana Baru. Yogyakarta: LKiS, 1994.

"What happened to the smiling face of Indonesian Islam? Muslim intellectualism and the conservative turn in post-Suharto Indonesia", Working paper No. 222, S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Singapore, 6 January 2011.


D.4  Islam, state and civil society

Islamic state or state Islam? Fifty years of state-Islam relations in Indonesia”, in: Ingrid Wessel (Hrsg.), Indonesien am Ende des 20. Jahrhunderts. Hamburg: Abera-Verlag, 1996, pp. 19-34.

"Post-Suharto Muslim engagements with civil society and democracy”, paper presented at the Third International Conference and Workshop “Indonesia in Transition”, organised by the KNAW and Labsosio, Universitas Indonesia, August 24-28, 2003. Universitas Indonesia, Depok.

[with Farid Wajidi], "Syu'un ijtima'iyah and the kiai rakyat: Traditionalist Islam, civil society and social concerns", in: Henk Schulte Nordholt (ed.), Indonesian Transitions. Yogyakarta: Pustaka Pelajar, 205-248. 


D.5  Transnational linkages

Global and local in Indonesian Islam”, Southeast Asian Studies (Kyoto) vol. 37, no.2 (1999), 46-63.

"Mencari ilmu dan pahala di Tanah Suci: Orang Nusantara naik haji" ("Seeking knowledge and merit: Indonesians on the hajj"), Ulumul Qur'an (Jakarta) Vol II No 5 (1990), 42- 49.

Yahudi sebagai simbol dalam wacana Islam Indonesia masa kini” [“The Jews as a symbol in contemporary Muslim discourse in Indonesia”], in: Spiritualitas baru: Agama dan aspirasi rakyat [Seri Dian II Tahun I]. Yogyakarta: Dian/Interfidei, 1994, pp. 253-268.

Wahhabi influences in Indonesia”, Summary of paper presented at the Journée d’Etudes du CEIFR (EHESS-CNRS) et MSH sur le Wahhabisme. Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales / Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris, 10 June, 2002.

"Arabisering van de Indonesische islam?", ZemZem, Tijdschrift over het Midden-Oosten, Noord-Afrika en islam, jaargang 2, no 1, 73-84.

Modernism and anti-modernism in Indonesian Muslim responses to globalisation”, paper presented at the workshop on “Islam and Development in Southeast Asia: Southeast Asian Muslim responses to globalisation”, organised by the Research Institute of JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency), Singapore, 21-22 November 2009.

"Indonesian Muslims and Their Place in the Larger World of Islam", paper presented at the 29th Indonesia Update conference, Australian National University, Canberra, September 30 – October 2, 2011. Published in: Anthony Reid (ed.), Indonesia Rising: The Repositioning of Asia's Third Giant, Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, 2012, pp. 117-140.


D.6  Radical Islamist movements

"Genealogies of Islamic radicalism in post-Suharto Indonesia", South East Asia Research vol. 10, no. 2, 117-154.

"The violent fringes of Indonesia's radical Islam", background information after the Bali bombing of October 2002. Extended version of article published in ISIM Newsletter 11 (December 2002), p. 7.

 

    E.  On the urban poor in Bandung

Duit, jodoh, dukun: Remarks on cultural change among poor migrants to Bandung”, Masyarakat Indonesia jilid XV (1988), 35-65.

Poor migrants in Bandung: Settlement and Employment”. Paper presented at the International Workshop “Western Java in Development Perspective”, Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology, Leiden, September 11-15, 1989.

 

   F.   On Islam in Europe

"The production of Islamic knowledge in Western Europe", discussion paper for a panel at the 4th Mediterranean Social and Political Research Meeting, Florence - Montecatini Terme, 19-23 March 2003.

"Making and unmaking Muslim religious authority in Western Europe", paper presented at the 4th Mediterranean Social and Political Research Meeting, Florence - Montecatini Terme, 19-23 March 2003.

"Islamitisch gevaar? Bespreking van: Hans Jansen, God heeft gezegd. Terreur, tolerantie en de onvoltooide modernisering van de islam", Sharqiyyat, Tijdschrift van de Nederlandse Vereniging voor de Studie van het Midden-Oosten en de Islam 16/1 (2004), pp. 71-75.

"After van Gogh: roots of anti-Muslim rage", paper presented at the workshop "Public debates about Islam in Europe: how and why 'immigrants' became 'Muslims'" (convened by Stefano Allievi and Martin van Bruinessen), Seventh Mediterranean Social and Political Research Meeting, Florence & Montecatini Terme, 22-26 March 2006, organised by the Mediterranean Program of the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute.

"De Fethullah Gülenbeweging in Nederland", rapport opgesteld op verzoek van de Minister voor Wonen, Wijken en Werken. Kamerstuk | 14-12-2010 | BZK.

 

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