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  • Contrasting regimes of Sufi prayer and emotion work in the Indonesian Islamic revival.
    Howell, Julia Day (2015)
    In Giuseppe Giordan and Linda Woodhead (eds.) A Sociology of Prayer. Farnham, U.K.: Ashgate, pp. 97-118.

    Based on 1990s participant observation on Java. Recitation of Sufi litanies in the context of other prayer settings brings a sense of closeness to God into those settings. Contrasts litany recitation in Sufi orders & mass rallies.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia, Java; Islam, Sufi, Indonesia; Prayer; Ritual; Emotion
  • Christendom, the Ummah and Community in the Age of Televangelism.
    Howell, Julia Day (2014)
    Social Compass 61:2: 234-249.

    Some features of late-modern North Atlantic religiosity are appearing in Asian Islamic mobilizations in Indonesia: mass audience revival ministries promoted through television, and mass prayer rallies, seeker spirituality, fluid participation, focus on experience, lay leaders, and preference for a loving God. Comments by François Gauthier, pp. 261-271.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Media; Revivalism
  • Shrouded: Islam, War, and Holy War in Southeast Asia.
    Barter, Shane, and Ian Zatkin-Osburn (2014)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 53:1: 187-201. Critique by Isak Svensson 55:1: 185-189. Reply 55:1: 190-193.

    Assesses different ways of seeing how religiously-inspired cases of violence are. Examines 3 Southeast Asian secessionist wars that include Muslims.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; Malaysia; Philippines, Mindanao; Thailand; Indonesia, Aceh; Islam, Philippines; War; Islam, Malaysia; Violence; Islam, Thailand
  • How Islam influences women's paid non-farm employment: Evidence from 26 Indonesian and 37 Nigerian provinces.
    Spierings, Niels (2014)
    Review of Religious Research 56:3: 399-431.

    Analyzes 2003 Demographic and Health Survey data for Indonesia & Nigeria. Muslim/Christian comparisons do not show differences in women's gainful employment, but traditionalist forms of Islam & Islamic province legislation locates women's gainful work in the home.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; Work; Women; Sharia; Nigeria; Gender role; Indonesia; Gender traditionalism; Islam, Nigeria; Law
  • Mobilizing Piety: Islam and Feminism in Indonesia.
    Salime, Zakia (2013)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Social movement; Feminism
  • Mobilizing Piety. Islam and Feminism in Indonesia.
    Rinaldo, Rachel (2013)
    New York: Oxford University Press.

    Based on intermittent, 2002-2010 participant observation & interviews with Muslim female activists in 4 organizations; some of the women were activists for women's rights, some for conservative Islamic regulations, some for both.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; Women; Participant observation; Indonesia; Feminism; Activists; Activism; Politics, Indonesia
  • Embodied faith: Agency and obedience among face-veiled university students in Indonesia.
    Nisa, Eva F. (2012)
    Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 13:4: 366-381.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Students, undergraduate
  • Taking Sufism to the Streets: Majelis Zikir an Majelis Shalawat as New Venues for Popular Islamic Piety in Indonesia.
    Zamhari, Arif, and Julia Day Howell (2012)
    Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs 46:2: 47-75.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Prayer group; Media
  • Muslim women, moral visions: Globalization and gender controversies in Indonesia.
    Rinaldo, Rachel (2011)
    Qualitative Sociology 34:4: 539-560.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Gender; Globalization; Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia
  • Indonesia's Salafist Sufis.
    Howell, Julia Day (2010)
    Modern Asian Studies 44:5: 1029-1051.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Sufi, Indonesia; Indonesia
  • The Islamic revival and women's political subjectivity in Indonesia.
    Rinaldo, Rachel (2010)
    Women's studies International Forum 33:4: 422-431.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Politics, Indonesia; Women
  • 'Islam as a problem': Dutch Religious Politics in the East Indies.
    Jung, Dietrich (2010)
    Review of Religious Research 51:3:288-301.

    The pioneer of Islamic sudies, C.S. Hurgronje, influenced Dutch colonial policy in the East Indies, which were predicated on the assumption that modernity would lead to rejecting Islam.

    Associated Search Terms: Colonialism; Historical; Islam, Indonesia; Netherlands; Indonesia
  • Sufis and self-help gurus: Islamic psychology, religious authority, and Muslim subjectivity in contemporary Indonesia
    Hoesterey, James (2009)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of Wisconsin, Anthropology.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Sufi, Indonesia; Indonesia
  • Splashed by the Saint. Ritual Reading and Islamic Sanctity in West Java.
    Millie, Julian (2009)
    Leiden: KITLV Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; Islam, Sufi, Indonesia; Ritual; Saints; Indonesia, Java
  • Modulations of active piety: Professors and televangelists as promoters of Indonesian "Sufisme."
    Howell, Julia Day (2008)
    In Greg Fealy and Sally White (eds.) Expressing Islam: Religious Life and Poltiics in Indonesia. Singapore:ISEAS Press, pp. 40-62.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Media; Islam, Sufi, Indonesia; Professor
  • Envisioning the Nation: Women Activists, Religion and the Public Sphere in Indonesia.
    Rinaldo, Rachel (2008)
    Social Forces 86:4: 1781-1804.

    Based on ethnographic data on Islamic women's political groups in Indonesia.

    Associated Search Terms: Abortion; Politics, Indonesia; Participant observation; Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Law; State; Pornography; Women; Activism
  • Islamic Fatalism and the Clash of Civilizations: An Appraisal of a Contentious and Dubious Theory.
    Acevedo, Gabriel A. (2008)
    Social Forces 86:4: 1711-1752.

    Based on 2002 survey data. Christians are more fatalistic in Indonesia than Muslims, but not elsewhere. Muslims believe more in cosmological forces controlling life's outcomes than do Christians in all the societies.

    Associated Search Terms: Fatalism; Indonesia; Iran; Lebanon; Saudi Arabia; Turkey; Islam; Christian, Indonesia; Belief; Christian, Lebanon
  • Javanese women and the veil in post-Soeharto Indonesia.
    Smith-Hefner, Nancy J. (2007)
    Journal of Asian Studies 66:2: 389-420.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia, Java; Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia
  • Mobilizing Piety: Women, Islam, and the Public Sphere in Indonesia.
    Rinaldo, Rachel (2007)
    Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation University of Chicago.

    Associated Search Terms: Women; Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia; Politics, Indonesia
  • Modernity and the borderlands of Islamic spirituality in Indoensia's new Sufi networks.
    Howell, Julia Day (2007)
    In Martin van Bruinessen and Julia Day Howell (eds.) Sufism and the "Modern" in Islam. London: IB Tauris, pp. 217-241.

    Associated Search Terms: Spirituality; Modern; Indonesia; Islam, Sufi, Indonesia
  • Modernity and Islamic spirituality in Indonesia's new Sufi networks.
    Howell, Julia Day (2007)
    In M. Van Bruinessen and Julia Day Howell (eds.) Sufism and the "modern" in Islam. London: Tauris, pp. 217-241.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Islam, Sufi, Indonesia; Network; Spirituality; Modernity
  • Islamic Religiosity in Right-wing Authoritarian Personality: The Case of Indonesian Muslims.
    Ji, Chang-ho, and Yodi Ibrahim (2007)
    Review of Religious Research 49:2: 128-146.

    Based on questionnaire data from students in 2 Jakarta universities.

    Associated Search Terms: Authoritarianism; Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Intrinsic/extrinsic; Students, undergraduate
  • Islam and Gender Politics in Late New Order Indonesia.
    Brenner, Suzanne (2005)
    Pp. 93-118 in Andrew C. Willford and Kenneth M. George (eds.) Spirited Politics: Religion and Public Life in Contemporary Southeast Asia. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Gender; Politics, Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia
  • The New Muslim Romance: Changing Patterns of Courtship and Marriage Among Educated Javanese Youth.
    Smith-Hefner, Nancy J. (2005)
    Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 36:3: 441-459.

    Associated Search Terms: Marriage; Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia, Java; Courtship; Youth
  • Muslims, the New Age and Marginal Religions in Indonesia: Changing Meanings of Religious Pluralism.
    Howell, Julia Day (2005)
    Social Compass 52:4: 473-493.

    Considers the status of 3 new religions in a nation where the law does not quite define them as religious.

    Associated Search Terms: State; Politics, Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; New religions; Pluralism; Brahma Kumari, Indonesia; Anand Ashram, Indonesia; Salamullah; Syncretism; New age; Indonesia
  • Indonesia's Struggle: Jemaah Islamiyah and the Soul of Islam.
    Barton, Greg (2004)
    Sydney: University of New South Wales Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Politics, Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia
  • The Voice of the Ulamà: Fatwas and Religious Authority in Indonesia.
    Kaptein, Nico J.G. (2004)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 125: 115-130.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; Ulama; Authority; Indonesia
  • Islam, Law, and Equality in Indonesia. An Anthropology of Public Reasoning.
    Bowen, John R. (2003)
    New York: Cambridge University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Gender; Pluralism; Law; Indonesia; Family; Islam, Indonesia
  • Islamic fundamentalism and women's employment in Indonesia.
    Bahramitash, Roksana (2002)
    International Journal of Politics, Culture, and Society 16: 255-272.

    Associated Search Terms: Work; Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Women
  • Faithlines: Muslim Conceptions of Islam and Society.
    Riaz, Hassan (2002)
    Karachi: Oxford University Press.

    Based on interviews with educated Muslims in 4 nations.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Kazakhstan; Egypt; Islam, Pakistan; Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia; Religiosity; Islam, Egypt; Kazakhstan; Pakistan
  • Sufism and the Indonesian Islamic revival.
    Howell, Julia Day (2001)
    Journal of Asian Studies 60:3: 701-729.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Islam, Sufi, Indonesia
  • Public Islam and the Problem of Democratization.
    Hefner, Robert W. (2001)
    Sociology of Religion 62:4: 491-514.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Indonesia; State; Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia; Democracy
  • New faces of Indonesian Sufism: A demographic profile of Tarekat Qodiriyyah-Naqsyabandiyyah, Pesantren Suryalaya in the 1990s.
    Howell, Julia Day, M.A. Subandi, and Peter L. Nelson (2001)
    Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs 25:2: 33-60.

    Associated Search Terms: Demography; Indonesia; Islam, Sufi, Indonesia; Orders/congregations
  • Civil Islam: Muslims and Democratization in Indonesia.
    Hefner, Robert W. (2000)
    Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia; Democracy; Politics, Indonesia
  • The State, Religion, and the Family in Indonesia: The Case of Divorce Reform.
    Cammack, Mark, Lawrence A. Young, and Tim B. Heaton (2000)
    In Sharon K. Houseknecht and Jerry G. Pankhurst (eds.) Family, Religion, and Social Change in Diverse Societies. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 175-204.

    Examines the falling divorce rate in Indonesia, which has occurred independently of legal reforms making divorce more difficult.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; State; Indonesia; Divorce; Family; Law
  • The Islamic Turn in Indonesia: A Political Explanation.
    Liddle, R. William (1996)
    Journal of Asian Studies 55: 613-634.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Politics, Indonesia
  • Reconstructing Self and Society: Javanese Muslim Women and the Veil.
    Brenner, Suzanne (1996)
    American Ethnologist 23:4: 673-697.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia, Java; Women; Identity
  • Legislating Social Change in an Islamic Society: Indonesia's Marriage Law.
    Camack, Mark, Lawrence A. Young, and Tim Heaton (1996)
    American Journal of Comparative Law 44: 45-73.

    Associated Search Terms: Marriage; Law; Indonesia; Islam, law
  • The Impact of Islamic Neo-Modernism on Indonesian Islamic Thought: The Emergence of a New Pluralism.
    Barton, Greg (1994)
    In David Bourchier and John Legge (eds.), Democracy in Indonesia, 1950s and 1990s. Clayton, Victoria: Monash University Center for Southeast Asian Studies.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia; Pluralism
  • Muslims through Discourse: Religion and Ritual in Gayo Society.
    Bowen, John R. (1993)
    Princeton, New Jersey; Princeton University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia, Sumatra; Islam, Indonesia; Gayo (Indonesian ethnic group)
  • Salat in Indonesia: The social meanings of an Islamic ritual.
    Bowen, John R. (1989)
    Man 24:4: 600-619.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Ritual; Islam, Indonesia; Prayer
  • Islamic Popularity: The Case of Indonesia.
    Tamney, Joseph B. (1987)
    Southeast Asian Journal of Social Sciences 15:1: 53-65.

    Islam's popularity is related to the negative qualities of alternative systems--e.g., the backwardness of folk culture, the foreignness of Christianity.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia
  • Islam and Socio-Political Conflicts in Indonesian History.
    Dijck, Cees van (1984)
    Social Compass 31:1: 5-25.

    From 1300 in Indonesia, Islam has been a source of inspiration & legitimation for ambitious pretenders, expansionist rulers, exploited peasants, rising merchants, mystics, & even Marxists.

    Associated Search Terms: Historical; Islam, Indonesia; Politics, Indonesia; Indonesia
  • The Muslim Merchant Class in the Indonesian Social and Political Struggles.
    Utrecht, Ernst (1984)
    Social Compass 31:1: 27-55.

    Examines recent conflict between the Muslim merchant class & the military government of Indonesia.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Politics, Indonesia; Class; Conflict; Islam, Indonesia
  • Islam and the Changing of Social and Cultural Structures in the Angkola Batak Homeland.
    Rodgers, Susan (1984)
    Social Compass 31:1: 57-74.

    Portrays Islam among the Batak in rural Sumatra, where a syncretism of Islam & indigenous religions has produced symbols of Indonesian nationhood.

    Associated Search Terms: Angkola; Syncretism; Indonesia, Sumatra; Change; Islam, Indonesia
  • Islamic Scholasticism, Social Conflicts and Political Power. Corporate and Non-corporate Features of Muslim Learned Men in West Java.
    Hirikoshi, Hiroko (1984)
    Social Compass 31:1: 75-89.

    Examines historical fluctuations in the political leadership provided by the ulama in West Java.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia, Java; Politics, Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Ulama; Historical; Conflict
  • Faith as an Outsider: Islam in Indonesian Politics.
    McVey, Ruth (1983)
    In James Piscatori (ed.) Islam in the Political Process. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 199-225.

    Associated Search Terms: Politics, Indonesia; Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia
  • The Decline of Religious Homogeneity: The Indonesian Situation.
    Tamney, Joseph B., and John G. condran (1980)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 19:3: 267-280.

    Analyzes 1975 interview data from residents of Java, aged 16-40; factors related to changing religion in the West do not correlate with such change on Java.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia, Java; Conversion; Islam, Indonesia; Christian, Indonesia; Atheist, Indonesia.
  • Fasting and Modernization.
    Tamney, Joseph B. (1980)
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 19:2: 129-137.

    Analyzes 1975 interview data from residents of Java, aged 16-40; fasting for religious reasons was inversely related to modernism, for self-control was positively related to modernism.

    Associated Search Terms: Asceticism; Islam, Indonesia; Modernity; Fasting; Indonesia, Java
  • Functional Religiosity and Modernization in Indonesia.
    Tamney, Joseph B. (1980)
    Sociological Analysis 41:1: 55-65.

    Analyzes 1975 interview data from ethnic Javanese & Sundanese on Java, aged 16-40. Resort to religion in decision-making increased with education & urbanization.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; Indonesia, Java; Modernization; Education; Urban; Secularization
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Citation data are provided by Anthony J. Blasi (Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Notre Dame; University of Texas at San Antonio).

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