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Special Issue of the Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 1/2018

The latest special issue of the Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs deals with the bureaucratisation of Islam in Southeast Asia. Examples from Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, and more are analysed from a transdisciplinary perspective.

Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs Vol. 37, No. 1 (2018)

Research Articles

  • Dominik M. Müller, Kerstin Steiner: The Bureaucratisation of Islam in Southeast Asia: Transdisciplinary Perspectives Abstract | PDF

  • Kerstin Steiner: Branding Islam: Islam, Law, and Bureaucracies in Southeast Asia Abstract | PDF

  • Afif Pasuni: Negotiating Statist Islam: Fatwa and State Policy in Singapore Abstract | PDF

  • Patricia Sloane-White: Company Rules: Sharia and its Transgressions in the Malay-Muslim Corporate Workplace Abstract | PDF

  • Kevin W. Fogg: Reinforcing Charisma in the Bureaucratisation of Indonesian Islamic Organisations Abstract | PDF

  • Dominik M. Müller: Hybrid Pathways to Orthodoxy in Brunei Darussalam: Bureaucratised Exorcism, Scientisation and the Mainstreaming of Deviant-Declared Practices Abstract | PDF

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