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Dr. Fatimah Husein


Associate Director

E-Mail:  fatimahhusein17 at gmail dot com

From:  UIN Sunan Kalijaga

 

 

Education

Bachelor: Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Kalijaga, Yogyakarta

Master: McGill University, Canada

Doctor: University of Melbourne, Australia

Recent Publication

2019: “Youth Expressions of Religiosity through Dialogue in Indonesia,” International Journal of Interreligious and Intercultural Studies, Vol. 2, No. 2: 1-17.

2018: “Displaying Piety and Its Discontents: Revisiting Islamic Anxieties on Indonesian Social Media,” with Martin Slama. Journal of Indonesia and The Malay World (Vol. 46, Issue 134).

2017: “The Revival of Riya’: Displaying Muslim Piety Online in Indonesia,” www.americanethnologist.com. Published 8 November 2017.

2015: “Developing Ethics of Interaction among Religious Communities in Higher Education,” in Nina Mariani Noor and Ferry Muhammadsyah Siregar, eds., Social Ethics in Interreligious Interaction (Geneva: Globethics.net. Focus 21): 157-173.

2013: “Women’s Freedom: Islamic Perspective and Indonesian Context,” co-written with Endy Saputra, in Stefan Hammer and Fatimah Husein, eds., Religious Freedom and Religious Pluralism (Yogyakarta and Vienna: CRCS and University of Vienna, August 2013): 115-131.

2011: “Jerusalem and the Jews: The Views of Indonesian Muslim Student Activists,” in International Journal of Religion and Politics, Vol V, No. 2: 197-212.

2009: “Globalisation and Opportunities for Religious Dialogue,” in Hafner, Astrid, Sabine Kroissenbrunner, Richard Potz, eds., State, Law and Religion in Pluralistic Societies: Austrian and Indonesian Perspectives (Vienna: University of Vienna Press, 2009): 103-112.

2009: “State and Religion in Indonesia: The Case of Inter-religious Dialogue,” in Hafner, Astrid, Sabine Kroissenbrunner, Richard Potz, eds., State, Law and Religion in Pluralistic Societies: Austrian and Indonesian Perspectives (Vienna: University of Vienna Press, 2009): 81-92

2009: “Dakwah and Mission: Muslim-Christian Encounters in Indonesia,” jointly written with Frans Wijsen (University of Nijmegen), in Carl Sterkens, et.al., eds., Religion, Civil Society and Conflict in Indonesia (Berlin: LIT Verlag, 2009): 135-152

2008: “Abu Sulayman al-Sijistani: The Philosopher of the Renaissance of Islam?” in Hermenia Journal, Vol. 7, No. 1 (January-June 2008): 135-150

Research Interest

Religion and Social Media, Hadhrami Communities in Indonesia, Gender and Islam, Counter Violence and Extremism, Inter-religious Dialogue and cooperation