Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Recent Publications

Recent Publications,
Muhamad Ali

A. Books


1. Teologi Pluralis Multikultural (Multicultural-Pluralist Theology) (Jakarta: Penerbit Kompas, 2003), 292 pp, plus bibliography.

In Progress

2. Islam and the West: Bridging the Gulf after 9/11, Publisher: LibforAll Foundation (www.libforall.org), Winston-Salem, North Caroline, 27160, USA, submitted on December 2006, 106 pp.

3. Religious Tolerance and Pluralism in Indonesia, Publisher: LibforAll Foundation (www.libforall.org), Winston-Salem, North Caroline, 27160, USA, submitted on December 2006, 106 pp.

4. Religion and Colonialism: Islamic Knowledge in South Sulawesi and Kelantan, 1905-1945

B. Journal Articles


1. “Fatwas on Interfaith Marriage in Indonesia,” Studia Islamika, 9:3, 2002, 1-25. [Refereed]

2. “The Umma and the Nation-State: Western and Islamic Perspective,” Kultur, 1:3, 2002, 46-59. [Refereed]

3. “Dialogue Amongst Civilizations,” Resonansi, 1:2, 2003, 1-7. [Invited]

4. “Honoring Religions,” Peace & Policy, 9, 2004, 86-9. [Refereed]

5. “The Rise of the Liberal Islamic Netwok (JIL) in Contemporary Indonesia,” American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 22:1, Winter 2005, 1-27. [Refereed]

6. “Transmission of Islamic Knowledge in Kelantan,” The Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 79:2:291, 2006. [Refereed]

7. “Menengok Barat, Mengembangkan Tradisi Ilmiah di Indonesia” (Learning from the West, Developing Scientific Tradition in Indonesia), Mimbar Agama dan Budaya (Pulpit of Religion and Culture), vol.23, no.1, 2006, 25-41. [Refereed]

8. “Categorizing Muslims in Postcolonial Indonesia,” Moussons, Paris, no. 11, 2007. [Refereed]

C. Chapters in Books


1. “Mengapa Membumikan Kemajemukan dan Kebebasan Beragama di Indonesia?” (Why Promoting Religious Pluralism and Freedom in Indonesia?), in Kebebasan Beragama di Indonesia (Religious Freedom in Indonesia), Jakarta: Paramadina University, June 2006, pp.78-90 [Invited]

2. “Gerakan Islam Moderat di Indonesia” (Moderate Islamic Movements in Indonesia), in Peta Gerakan Islam di Indonesia (Islamic Movements in Indonesia) Jakarta: PPIM & CSIS, August 2006, pp. 182-197 [Invited]

In Progress

3. “Islam in Southeast Asia”, a chapter in a book to be published in Denmark, 2007/2008

D. Encyclopedia Articles


1. “Women, Gender, and Jihad: East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Australia,” The Encyclopaedia of Women and Islamic Culture (Brill Academic Publishers, Leiden), 2004, 231-234.

E. Book Reviews


1. Robert Day McAmis, Malay Muslims: the History and Challenge of Resurgent Islam in Southeast Asia (Grand Rapids, Mich.: William B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2002), in (Journal of Asian Studies, 62:4, 2003): 1130-1132.

2. Giora Eliraz, Islam in Indonesia: Modernism, Radicalism, and the Middle East Dimension (Brighton and Portland: Sussex Academic Press, 2004), (American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 22:3, 2005): 136-9.

3. Anna M. Gade, Perfection Makes Practice: Learning, Emotion, and the Recited Qur’an in Indonesia (Honolulu: University of Hawaii at Manoa, 2004), (American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 23:3: 2006): 89-91.

4. Mike Millard, Jihad in Paradise: Islam and Politics in Southeast Asia (New York: M.E. Sharpe, Inc., 2004), (American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 23:3; 2006): 91-94.

F. Working Papers


1. “Islam and Economic Development in New Order’s Indonesia,” 1967-1998,” East-West Center Working Papers, 12, 2004, 1-26.

2. “Chinese Muslims in Indonesia: A Post-Diasporic Experience,” Explorations, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, the University of Hawaii at Manoa, vol.3, no.2, Spring 2007, pp. 1-22.

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