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Interfaith Dialogues in Indonesia and Beyond (Ten Years of ICRS Studies)


 

 

 

 

 

 

Interfaith Dialogues in Indonesia and Beyond: Ten Years of ICRS Studies (2007–2017)

Religious Studies in Indonesia as a full-fledged discipline has a long precedence, at least since 1970s, but found its momentum after the reformation of 1998. The establishment of CRCS (Centre for Religion and Cross-cultural Studies) in 2000, and the Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies (ICRS) in 2006 marked a significant shift of the discipline. The two institutions provided Master and Doctoral program and researches on Religious Studies. In commemoration to the tenth anniversary of ICRS in 2016, eight alumni contributed part of their research project in the present volume, in order to provide a glimpse of the shift and issues addressed in the discipline at the present day Indonesia. One contribution from the Philippines emphasised further the dynamic of the studies in the region.

 

Interfaith Dialogues in Indonesia and Beyond (Ten Years of ICRS Studies)


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