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Public Islam in Indonesia: Piety, Politics, and Identity
Published by Amsterdam University Press
Combining approaches from political science and anthropology, Noorhaidi Hasan explores the rise of a form of Islam in Indonesia that is more sympathetic to the basic democratic principle of individual freedom.
Public Islam, democracy, piety, politics, youth
Preface[-]Introduction [-]Chapter I[-]Piety, Agency, and Commodification [-]Chapter II[-]Democracy, Multiculturalism and the Challenge of Islamist Militancy [-]Chapter III[-]Mobilising Islam in Local Politics [-]Chapter IV[-]Ritual, Performance and Political Symbolism [-]Chapter V[-]Middle Class, Lifestyle and the Emerging Market Economy[-]Chapter VI[-]Islam, Youth Identity, and Activism [-]Chapter VII[-]Islamist Party, Electoral Politics and Da'wa Mobilization among Youth [-]Chapter VIII[-]Education, Young Islamists and the Integrated Islamic Schools [-]Conclusion [-]Bibliography [-][-]
Noorhaidi Hasan is professor of Islam and politics and dean of the graduate school at Sunan Kalijaga State Islamic University in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
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