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Practising Islam through social media in Indonesia

Journal Article published 2 Jan 2018 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 46 issue 134 on pages 1 to 4

Research funded by Austrian Science Fund (P 26645-G22)

Authors: Martin Slama

PREFACE

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 36 issue 105 on pages 159 to 162

Authors: Felipe Fernández-Armesto

Notes on Contributors

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 36 issue 105 on pages 323 to 324

Social media and the birth of an Islamic social movement: ODOJ (One Day One Juz) in contemporary Indonesia

Journal Article published 2 Jan 2018 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 46 issue 134 on pages 24 to 43

Research funded by Austrian Science Fund | Institute for Social Anthropology | Austrian Academy of Sciences

Authors: Eva F. Nisa

Sharing semangat taqwa: social media and digital Islamic socialities in Bandung

Journal Article published 2 Jan 2018 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 46 issue 134 on pages 5 to 23

Research funded by Austrian Science Fund (FWF 26645-G22) | ‘Islamic (Inter)Faces of the Internet: Emerging Socialities and Forms of Piety in Indonesia’ | Institute for Social Anthropology | Austrian Academy of Sciences

Authors: Dayana Lengauer

THE ART OF DAKWAH: social media, visual persuasion and the Islamist propagation of Felix Siauw

Journal Article published 2 Jan 2018 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 46 issue 134 on pages 61 to 79

Authors: Wai Weng Hew

Young Islamic preachers on Facebook: Pesantren As’adiyah and its engagement with social media

Journal Article published 2 Jan 2018 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 46 issue 134 on pages 44 to 60

Authors: Wahyuddin Halim

INTRODUCTION: THE STRANGER WHO WOULD BE KING

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 36 issue 105 on pages 163 to 175

Authors: Ian Caldwell, David Henley

FROM STRANGER-KING TO STRANGER-SHAIKH

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 36 issue 105 on pages 309 to 321

Authors: Thomas Gibson

‘RECEIVING INSIDERS’ AND ‘STRANGER CLIENTS’

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 36 issue 105 on pages 219 to 233

Authors: John Argyle

THE STRANGER-KING OR, ELEMENTARY FORMS OF THE POLITICS OF LIFE

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 36 issue 105 on pages 177 to 199

Authors: Marshall Sahlins

ROGUE KINGS AND DIVINE QUEENS IN CENTRAL SULAWESI AND GUINEA-BISSAU

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 36 issue 105 on pages 235 to 252

Authors: Jennifer W. Nourse

MERCHANT PRINCES AND MAGIC MEDIATORS

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 36 issue 105 on pages 253 to 267

Authors: Anthony Reid

HOW STRANGERS BECAME KINGS

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 36 issue 105 on pages 293 to 307

Authors: Kwee Hui Kian

KINGS AND COVENANTS

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 36 issue 105 on pages 269 to 291

Authors: David Henley, Ian Caldwell

Islam and local traditions: syncretic ideas and practices

Journal Article published Mar 2004 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 32 issue 92 on pages 5 to 20

Authors: L.F. Brakel

Online piety and its discontent: revisiting Islamic anxieties on Indonesian social media

Journal Article published 2 Jan 2018 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 46 issue 134 on pages 80 to 93

Research funded by Austrian Science Fund (FWF P26645-G22) | Institute for Social Anthropology | Austrian Academy of Sciences

Authors: Fatimah Husein, Martin Slama

INSTALLING THE ‘OUTSIDER’ INSIDE

Journal Article published Jul 2008 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 36 issue 105 on pages 201 to 218

Authors: James J. Fox

‘Shariafrom below’ in ACEH (1930s–1960s): Islamic identity and the right to self‐determination with comparative reference to the Moro Islamic Liberation Front (MILF)

Journal Article published Mar 2004 in Indonesia and the Malay World volume 32 issue 92 on pages 80 to 99

Authors: Arskal Salim 2

The Conflicted Nature of Food Security Policy: Balancing Rice, Sugar and Palm Oil in Indonesia

Journal Article published 2 Jul 2016 in Anthropological Forum volume 26 issue 3 on pages 233 to 247

Authors: Jacqueline A. C. Vel, John F. McCarthy, Zahari Zen