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Academic Journal of Islamic Studies

Volume 1, Number 3, September - December 2016
ISSN: 2503-4219 (p); 2503-4227 (e)
DOI: 10.22515/dinika.v1i3.582

Indonesian Islamic Studies:

Selected Dissertation Bibliography 2000-2016

M. Endy Saputro
IAIN Surakarta

The shifting of religious authority has been a primary issue of (un)published

dissertations on Indonesian Islam. The collapse of Soeharto regime, more or less,
takes salient effect on the rise of new religious authorities; while on the same time
it provokes social change in the society. New religious mass organizations, such as
Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia, Front Pembela Islam and Front Umat Islam, seem to be main
critical discussion in certain dissertation in line with some topics which problematizes
prominent Islamic organizations, Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama, under new
framework of analysis. New media and Islamic banking have to be other domain
authorities that carefully discussed in some dissertation. Put it in another topics,
gender issue take a untrivial position. In short, these dissertations topics tend to
discuss more on Islam in popular authorities.

Abdubaki, Louay. 2008. Democratization and Islamic Political Activism

in Muslim-Majority Countries: Egypt and Indonesia, Dissertation.
The University of Melbourne.
Abdurrahman, Moeslim. 2000. On Hajj Tourism: In Search of Piety and
Identity in the New Order Indonesia, Dissertation. University of
Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Adamson, Claire. 2004. Globalization, Islam and the Idea of Woman
in Post-New Order Java, Dissertation, The George Washington
388 M. Endy Saputro

Ahnaf, Mohammad Iqbal. 2001. From Revolution to Refolution: A

Study of Hizb Al-Tahrir, Its Changes and Trajectories in the
Democratic Context of Indonesia (2000-2009), Dissertation,
Victoria University.
Al-Saawi, Mohammad. 2011. Womens Status, Fertility and Family
Planning in Two Islamic Countries: A Comparative Study of the
Republic of Yemen and Indonesia, Dissertation, Kansas State
Al Anshori, Mohamad Zakaria. 2016. The Role of Islam in Indonesias
Contemporary Foreign Policy, Dissertation, Victoria University of
Alatas, Ismail Fajrie. 2016. Aligning the Sunna and the Jamaa: Religious
Authority and Islamic Social Formation in Contemporary Central
Java, Indonesia, Dissertation, Duke University.
Alfitri. 2015. Whose Authority? Interpreting, Imposing, and Complying
with Corporate Zakat Obligations in Indonesia, Dissertation,
University of Washington.
Alhumami, Amich. 2012. Political Power, Corruption, and Witchcraft in
Modern Indonesia, Dissertation, University of Sussex.
Ali, Muhamad. 2007. Religion and Colonialism: Islamic Knowledge in
South Sulawesi and Kelantan 1905-1945, Dissertation, University
of Hawaii.
Allen, Saul William. 2015. Having Change and Making Change: Muslim
Moral Transformations in Post-Suharto Jakarta, Indonesia,
Dissertation, University of Michigan.
Ambary, Anwaruddin. 2015. Emerging Governmentality in a Post-
Colonial Indonesia: A Discourse Analysis of State Policy to
Change Private Madrasah to Public Madrasa, Dissertation, Flinders
University 2015.
Anwar, Mohammad Syafii. 2005. The State and Political Islam in
Indonesia: A Study of State Politics and Modernist Muslim
Leaders Political Behavior under Soehartos New Order Regime,
1966-1998, Dissertation, University of Melbourne.

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Arai, Kazuhiro. 2004. Arabs Who Traversed the Indian Ocean: The
History of the Al-Attas Family in Hadramawt and Southeast Asia
C. 1600-C. 1960, Dissertation, The University of Michigan.
Arakaki, Robert Ken. 2004. Religion and State-Building in Post-Colonial
Southeast Asia: A Comparative Analysis of State-Building
Strategies in Indonesia and Malaysia, Dissertation, The University
of Hawaii.
Arham, Muhammad. 2013, An Empirical Analysis of Marketing Activities
in Indonesian Islamic Banking Industry, Dissertation, Durham
Arifianto, Alexander R. 2012. Faith, Moral Authority, and Politics: The
Making of Progressive Islam in Indonesia, Dissertation, Arizona
State University.
Arifin, A.Z. 2013. Charisma and Rationalisation in a Modernising
Pesantren: Changing Value in Traditional Islamic Education in
Java, Dissertation, University of Western Sydney.
Arimbi, Diah Ariani. 2006. Reading the Writings of Contemporary
Indonesia Muslim Women Writers: Representation, Identity and
Religion of Muslim Women in Indonesian Fictions, Dissertation,
Women and Gender Studies, UNSW.
Aryanti, Tutin. 2013. Breaking the Wall, Preserving the Barrier: Gender,
Space, and Power in Contemporary Mosque Architecture in
Yogyakarta, Indonesia, Dissertation, University of Illinois at
Ashour, Omar. 2008. A World without Jihad? The Causes of De-
Radicalization of Armed Islamist Movements, Dissertation, McGill
Assyaukanie, Ahmad Luthfi. 2006. Muslim Models of Polity: Islamic
Arguments for Political Change in Indonesia 1945-2005,
Dissertation, The University of Melbourne.
Asyari, Suaidi. 2008. Islam and Democracy in Indonesia: Political
Responses of Muhammadiyah & Nahdlatul Ulama in the Outer
Islands of Java 1998-2007, Dissertation, University of Melbourne,
Asia Institute.

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Azisah, Siti. 2012. Gender Mainstreaming in Education: Case Studies of

Islamic Primary Schools in South Sulawesi, Indonesia 2000-2006,
Dissertation, Victoria University.
Bamualim, Chaider S. 2015. Negotiating Islamisation and Resistance:
A Study of Religions, Politics and Social Change in West Java
from the Early 20th Century to the Present, Dissertation, Leiden
Basri, Basri. 2008. Indonesian Ulama in the Haramayn and the
Transmission of Reformist Islam in Indonesia (18001900),
Dissertation, University of Arkansas.
Berg, Birgit Anna. 2007. The Music of Arabs, the Sound of Islam:
Hadrami Ethnic and Religious Presence in Indonesia. Dissertation,
Brown University.
Bin Ishak, Mohd Shuhaimi. 2007. Islamic Rationalism: A Critical
Evaluation of Harun Nasutions Thought, Dissertation,
International Islamic University Malaysia.
Birchok, Daniel Andrew. 2013. Sojourning on Meccas Verandah: Place,
Temporality, and Islam in an Indonesian Province, Dissertation,
University of Michigan.
Boontharm, Dinar. 2003. The Sultanate of Banten Ad 1750-1808: A
Social and Cultural History, Dissertation, The University of Hull.
Bottomley, Daniel C. 2014. A Nation That Is Religious: Indonesia,
the Ahmadiyah and the States Sara Echoes, Dissertation, The
University of Delaware.
Bryner, Karen. 2013. Piety Projects: Islamic Schools for Indonesias
Urban Middle Class, Dissertation, Columbia University.
Buresh, Scott Allen. 2002. Pesantren-Based Development: Islam,
Education, and Economic Development in Indonesia, Dissertation,
University of Virginia.
Burhani, Ahmad Najib. 2013. When Muslims Are Not Muslims:
The Ahmadiyya Community and the Discourse on Heresy in
Indonesia, Dissertation. University of California, Santa Barbara.
Bush, Robin. 2002. Islam and Civil Society in Indonesia: The Case of the
Nahdlatul Ulama, Dissertation, University of Washington.

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Chao, En-Chieh. 2013. Women of Fire, Women of the Robe:

Subjectivities of Charismatic Christianity and Normative Islam in
Java, Indonesia, Dissertation, Boston University.
Chernov, Julie. 2007. What When Right: Political Participation, State
Capacity and Peaceful Islamic Mobilization, Dissertation, University
of Colorado.
Chiou, Syuan Yuan. 2012. In Search of New Social and Spiritual Space:
Heritage, Conversion, and Identity of Chinese-Indonesian
Muslims, Dissertation. Utrecht University..
Christian. 2013. Reflective Habitus and Crises of the Field: Status Quo Vs
Reform in Muhammadiyah in Post-1998 Indonesia, Dissertation,
Curtin University.
Crosby, Jonathan Mark. 2011. An Analysis of the Contemporary Spiritual
Warfare Movement in Light of Reader-Response Methodology
and the Significance for Missionary Strategy Targeting Javanese
Muslims, Dissertation. Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
Crouch, Melissa Amy. 2011. Opposition to Christian Proselytisation
in Democratic Indonesia: Legal Disputes between Muslims and
Christians in West Java (1998-2009), Dissertation. Melbourne Law
School, The University of Melbourne.
Dwyer, Leslie Katherine. 2001. Making Modern Muslims: Embodied
Politics and Piety in Urban Java, Indonesia, Dissertation, Princeton
Effendi, Jaenal. 2013. The Role of Islamic Microfinancce in Poverty
Alleviation and Environmental Awareness in Pasuruan, East Java,
Indonesia: A Comparative Study, Dissertation, der-Georg-August-
Universitat Gottingen.
Elefson, Todd Philip. 2009. Transactions for Blessing (Baraka): An
Ethnography of Socio-Religio-Political Power among Men in
the Santri Islam Region of Java, Dissertation, Fuller Theological
Epley, Jennifer L. 2010. Voices of the Faithful: Religion and Politics
in Contemporary Indonesia, Dissertation. The University of

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Fachruddin, Fuad. 2005. Educating for Democracy: Ideas and Practices

of Islamic Civil Society Association in Indonesia, Dissertation,
University of Pittsburgh.
Fauzia, Amelia. 2008. Faith and the State: A History of Islamic
Philanthropy in Indonesia, Dissertation, University of Melbourne.
Fenwick, Stewart Ferguson. 2015. Is Rawlsian Liberalism Compatible with
Islam?: A Case Study of Post-Soeharto Indonesia, Dissertation,
University of Melbourne.
Fogg, Kevin William. 2012. The Fate of Muslim Nationalism in
Independent Indonesia, Dissertation. Yale University.
Formichi, C. 2009. Kartosuwiryos Role in the Creation of the Islamic
State of Indonesia (Negara Islam Indonesia), 1927-1949,
Dissertation. University of London, School of Oriental and African
Franklin, Nathan John. 2014. Reproducing Political Islam in Java: The
Role of Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah Pesantren in the
Political Socialisation of the Umat, Dissertation. Charles Darwin
Fuad, Zainul. 2007. Religious Pluralism in Indonesia Muslim-Christian
Discourse, Dissertation. Universitat Hamburg.
Gallop, Annabel Teh. 2002. Malay Seal Inscriptions: A Study in Islamic
Epigraphy from Southeast Asia, Dissertation. School of Oriental
and African Studies.
Habiburrahim. 2014. Curriculum Development in an Islamic University
in Indonesia: Addressing Government Policy (Uupa) and Graduate
Employability, Dissertation. Flinders University.
Hadi, Abdul. 2015. Accommodating English, Islam, and Secular Values:
An Exploration of Pre-Service English Teacher Education
Curriculum in Islamic and Secular Public Universities in Indonesia,
Dissertation. The University of Sydney.
Hadler, Jeffrey Alan. 2000. Places Like Home: Islam, Matriliny and the
History of Family in Minangkabau, Dissertation. Cornell University.
Hady, Amin. 2012. Pesantren Gontor: Its Educational Reform and
Contribution to the Creation of a Prominent Santri Network,

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Dissertation. UNSW.
Hamdani, Deny. 2007. The Quest for Indonesian Islam: Contestation
and Consensus Concerning Veiling, Dissertation. ANU.
Hariyadi. 2013. Islamic Popular Culture and the New Identities of Urban
Muslim Young People in Indonesia: The Case of Islamic Films
and Islamic Self-Help Books, Dissertation, The University of
Western Australia.
Hasan, Noorhaidi. 2005. Laskar Jihad: Islam, Militancy, and the Quest
for Identity in Post-New Order Indonesia, Dissertation. Utrecht
Hasan, Pipip Achmad Rifai. 2012. Islam, Social Justice and Economic
Development: A Study of the Works of Sjafruddin Prawiranegara,
Dissertation. Concordia University.
Hasyim, Syafiq. 2013. Council of Indonesian Ulama (Majelis Ulama
Indonesia, Mui) and Its Role in the Shariatisation of Indonesia,
Dissertation, Freie Universitat Berlin.
Hefner, Claire-Marie. 2016. Achieving Islam: Women, Piety and Moral
Education in Indonesian Muslim Boarding Schools, Dissertation.
Emory University.
Hew, Wai Weng. 2011. Negotiating Ethnicity and Religiosity: Chinese
Muslim Identities in Post-New Order Indonesia, Dissertation,
Hidayah, Nur. 2013. Feminising Islam in Contemporary Indonesia: The
Role of Progressive Muslim Womens Organisations, Dissertation.
University of Melbourne, School of Historical and Philosophical
Hilmy, Masdar. 2007. Islam, Islamism and Democracy: Islamist
Discourses and Counter-Discourses on Democracy in Post-New
Order Indonesia, Dissertation. University of Melbourne.
Hoesterey, James B. 2009. Sufis and Self-Help Gurus: Islamic Psychology,
Religious Authority, and Muslim Subjectivity in Contemporary
Indonesia, Dissertation. The University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Hosen, Nadirsyah. 2005. Syariah and Constitutional Reform in Indonesia
(1999-2002), Dissertation. National University of Singapore.

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Huda, Yasrul. 2013. Contesting Sharia: State Law, Decentralization and

Minangkabau Custom, Dissertation. Universiteit Leiden.
Huis, Stijn Cornelis van. 2015. Islamic Courts and Womens Divorce
Rights in Indonesia: The Cases of Cianjur and Bulukumba,
Dissertation. Van Vollenhoven Institute, Faculty of Law, Leiden
Husein, Fatimah. 2005. Muslim-Christian Relations in the New Order
Indonesia: The Exclusivist and Inclusivist Muslims Perspectives.
Ph.D. , University of Melbourne.
Husman, Jardine. 2015. Essays on Banking and Monetary Policy in the
Presence of Islamic Banks, Dissertation. University of Warwick.
Ibrahim, Nur Amali. 2011. Producing Believers, Contesting Islam:
Conservative and Liberal Muslim Students in Indonesia,
Dissertation. New York University.
Ichsan, Intan Syah. 2009. Islamic Banks and the Turbulent Political
Economy of Indonesia: A Historical Structural Analysis, 1967-
2007, Dissertation. University of Exeter.
Ichwan, Moch Nur. 2006. Official Reform of Islam: State Islam and
the Ministry of Religious Affairs in Contemporary Indonesia,
Dissertation. Tilburg University.
Idrus, Nurul Ilmi. 2003. To Take Each Other: Bugis Practices of
Gender, Sexuality and Marriage, Dissertation. ANU.
Imronudin. 2015. Islamic Bank Financing for Small and Medium-Sized
Enterprises in Indonesia, Dissertation. Birmingham City University.
Intan, Benyamin Fleming. 2004. Public Religion and the Pancasila-Based
State of Indonesia: A Normative Argument within a Christian-
Muslim Dialogue (19451998), Dissertation. Boston College.
Isbah, M. Falikul. 2016. Examining the Socio-Economic Role of Islamic
Boarding Schools (Pesantren) in Indonesia, Dissertation. UNSW.
Ismal, Rifki. 2010. The Management of Liquidity Risk in Islamic Banks:
The Case of Indonesia, Dissertation. Durham University.
IT, Suraiya. 2005. The Womens Movement in Indonesia with Special
Reference to the Aisyiyah Organization, Dissertation. The Temple

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Jaenudin, Jejen. 2016. Quality Assurance in the Six State Islamic Universities
in Indonesia: Developing a Desirable Model of Quality Assurance
for Islamic State Universities, Dissertation. UNSW.
Jahroni, Jajang. 2015. The Political Economy of Knowledge: Salafism in
Post-Soeharto Urban Indonesia, Dissertation. Boston University.
Jerard, Jolene. 2015. Terrorism in Indonesia: An Examination of Ten
Radical Groups, Dissertation. University of St Andrews.
Joscelyne, Amy. 2012. Posttraumatic Functioning in a Muslim Setting
Following Mass Trauma, Dissertation. University of New South
Juhannis, Hamdan. 2006. The Struggle for Formalist Islam in South
Sulawesi: From Darul Islam (Di) to Komite Persiapan Penegakan
Syariat Islam (KPPSI), Dissertation. Australian National University.
Jung, Eunsook. 2009. Taking Care of the Faithful: Islamic Organizations
and Partisan Engagement in Indonesia, Dissertation. University of
Kailani, Najib. 2015. Aspiring to Prosperity: The Economic Theology of
Urban Muslims in Contemporary Indonesia, Dissertation. UNSW
Kasri, Rahmatina Awaliah. 2014. The Role of Zakah in Poverty Alleviation:
Evidence from Indonesia, Dissertation. Durham University.
Kholifah, Siti. 2014. Gendered Continuity and Change in Javanese
Pesantren, Dissertation. Victoria University.
Kloos, David. 2013. Becoming Better Muslims: Religious Authority and
Ethical Improvement in Aceh, Dissertation. University Amsterdam.
Knauth, Dorcinda Celiena. 2010. Performing Islam through Indonesian
Popular Music 2002-2007, Dissertation. University of Pittsburgh.
Kraince, Richard Gordon. 2003. The Role of Islamic Student Activists in
Divergent Movements for Reform During Indonesias Transition
from Authoritarian Rule 1998-2001, Dissertation. Ohio University.
Krier, Sarah Elizabeth. 2011. Our Roots, Our Strength: The Jamu
Industry, Womens Health and Islam in Contemporary Indonesia,

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Dissertation. University of Pittsburgh.

Kruithof, Maryse Johanna. 2014. Shouting in a Desert: Dutch Missionary
Encounters with Javanese Islam 1850-1910, Dissertation. The
Erasmus University of Rotterdam.
Kull, Ann. 2005. Piety and Politics: Nurcholish Madjid and His
Interpretation of Islam in Modern Indonesia, Dissertation. Lunds
Universitet (Sweden).
Kunkler, Mirjam. 2008. Democratization, Islamic Thought and Social
Movements: Coalitional Success and Failure in Indonesia and
Iran, Dissertation. Columbia University.
Laffan, M. F. 2001. The Umma Below the Winds: Mecca, Cairo, Reformist
Islam and a Conceptualization of Indonesia. Dissertation.
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Lahpan, Neneng Yanti Khozanatu. 2015. Negotiating Ethnicity and Islam
in Musical Performances in West Java Indonesia, Dissertation.
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Department of Anthropology.
Laksana, Ben KC. 2014. Living Together in a Religious Plural Society:
Indonesian Teachers and Students Perceptions on Citizenship,
Identity & Religious Tolerance, Dissertation. Victoria University
of Wellington.
Langohr, Vickie Anne. 2000. Religious Nationalism 101: How the Growth
of State Educational Systems Strengthened Religious Nationalist
Movements in Colonial-Era Egypt, North India and Indonesia,
Dissertation. Columbia University.
Latief, Hilman. 2012. Islamic Charities and Social Activism: Welfare,
Dakwah and Politics in Indonesia, Dissertation. Utrecht University.
Latta, Izak Yohan Matriks. 2015. Orality and Interreligious Relationships:
The Role of Collective Memory in Christian-Muslim Engagements
in Maluku, Indonesia, Dissertation. Graduate Theological Union.
Lee, Hee Sook. 2006. The Continuity of Pre-Islamic Motifs in Javanese
Mosque Ornamentation, Indonesia, Dissertation. Oxford Brookes

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Lessy, Zulkipli. 2013. Philanthropic Zakat for Empowering Indonesias

Poor: A Qualitative Study of Recipient Experiences at Rumah
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Madrid, Robin. 2001. Fundamentalists and Democracy: The Political
Culture of Indonesian Islamist Students, Dissertation. American
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the Local: Islam and Womens Rights in Indonesia, Dissertation.
The University of Wisconsin - Madison.
Mahony, Inez. 2010. Constructing Indonesian Islam in the Context of
the War on Terror: A Critical Analysis of How the Australian Press
Framed the Other, Dissertation. The University of Queensland.
Marjani, Gustiana Isya. 2005. The Concept of Religious Tolerance in
Nahdhatul Ulama (Nu): Study on the Responses of Nu to the
Governments Policies on Islamic Affairs in Indonesia on the
Perspective of Tolerance (1984-1999), Dissertation. Universitat of
Masyita, Dian. 2012. Sustainable Islamic Microfinance Institutions in
Indonesia: An Exploration of Demand & Supply Factors and the
Role of Waqf, Dissertation. Durham University.
Matesan, Ioana Emilia. 2014. The Dynamics of Violent Escalation and
De-Escalation: Explaining Change in Islamist Strategies in Egypt
and Indonesia, Dissertation. Syracuse University.
Matin, Usep Abdul. 2015. Activism, Conflict, and the Islamic Public
Sphere in Indonesia: The Enlightenment Project of Jalaluddin
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Menchik, Jeremy M. 2011. Tolerance without Liberalism: Islamic
Institutions and Political Violence in Twentieth Century
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Mitrasing, Ingrid Saroda. 2011. The Age of Aceh and the Evolution of
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Muhtada, Dani. 2014. The Mechanism of Policy Diffusion: A Comparative
Study of Sharia Regulation in Indonesia, Dissertation. Northern
Illinois University.

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Mujani, Saiful. 2003. Religious Democrats: Democratic Culture and

Muslim Political Participation in Post -Suharto Indonesia,
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Mulyati, Sri. 2002. The Educational Role of the Tariqa Qadiriyya
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Islamist Movement in the New Democracy of Indonesia,
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and the Politics of Islamic State in Egypt and Indonesia,
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Munjid, Achmad. 2014. Building a Shared Home: Investigating the
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Muslimin, Joko Mirwan. 2005. Islamic Law and Social Change: A
Comparative Study of the Institutionalization and Codification
of Islamic Family Law in the Nation-States Egypt and Indonesia
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Muttaqin, Ahmad. 2012. Hybrid Spirituality and Religious Efficacy of
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Nasir, Mohamad Abdun. 2013. Islamic Law and Social Change: The
Religious Court and the Dissolution of Marriage among Muslims
in Lombok, Indonesia, Dissertation. Emory University.
Nazirwan, Mohamad. 2015. The Dynamic Role and Performance of
Baitul Maal Wat Tamwil: Islamic Community-Based Microfinance
in Central Java, Dissertation. Victoria University.

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Nef Saluz, Claudia. 2012. Living for the Caliphate: Hizbut Tahrir Student
Activism in Indonesia, Dissertation. University of Zurich.
Nelson, Sonia. 2006. News and Terrorism in Indonesia, Malaysia and
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Nisa, Eva Fahrun. 2011. Embodying the True Islam: Face-Veiled Women
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Njoto-Feillard, Gwenal. 2010. Islam Et Modernit Economique En
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Noor, Firman. 2012. Institutionalising Islamic Political Parties in
Indonesia: A Study of Internal Fragmentation and Cohesion in
the Post-Soeharto Era (1998-2008), Dissertation. University of
Nugroho, Dimas. 2016. The Indigenisation of a Transnational Islamic
Movement in Contemporary Indonesia: A Study of Hizbut Tahrir
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Nurdin, Ahmad Ali. 2009. Islamic Political Party and Democracy: A
Comparative Study of PKS in Indonesia and PAS in Malaysia
(1998-2005), Dissertation. NUS.
Nurmila, Nina. 2007. Negotiating Polygamy in Indonesia: Between
Muslim Discourse and Womens Lived Experience, Dissertation.
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Nuryanto, Muhammad Agus. 2006. Education and Social Transformation:
Investigating the Influence and Reception of Paulo Freire in
Indonesia, Dissertation. McGill University.
OShaughnessy, Kate Elizabeth. 2006. Divorce, Gender and State
and Social Power: An Investigation of the Impact of the 1974
Indonesian Marriage Law, Dissertation. The University of Western
Omar, Rahilah. 2003. The History of Bone A.D. 1775-1795: The Diary
of Sultan Ahmad as as-Salleh Syamsuddin, Dissertation. University
of Hull.
Pamungkas, Arie Setyaningrum. 2015. The Dakwah Media in Post Suharto
Indonesia: From Politics of Identity to Popular Culture (the Case
of Ummi), Dissertation. Humboldt-Universitt zu Berlin.

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Permani, Risti. 2009. The Economics of Islamic Education: Evidence

from Indonesia, Dissertation. University of Adelaide.
Permani, Risti. 2010. The Economics of Islamic Education: Evidence
from Indonesia, Dissertation. University of Adelaide.
Permata, Ahmad-Norma. 2008. Islamist Party and Democratic
Participation: Properous Justice Party (PKS) in Indonesia 1998-
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Platt, Maria. 2010. Patriarchal Institutions and Womens Agency in
Indonesian Marriages: Sasak Women Navigating Dynamic Marital
Continuums, Dissertation. La Trobe University.
Platzdasch, Bernhard Wolfgang. 2005. Religious Dogma, Pluralism and
Pragmatism: Constitutional Islamism in Indonesian Politics (1998-
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Pohl, Florian. 2007. Religious Education and Secularization: Indonesias
Pesantren Tradition and Civil Society, Dissertation. Temple
Porter, Donald James. 2001. The Failure of Corporatism in Indonesia:
Suharto and Islam, Dissertation. Australian National University.
Prai, Ivana. 2016. The Politics of Cheng Ho Related Piety in Post New
Order Indonesia Theologies of Emancipation, Dissertation. The
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Preston, Trevor Wade Chueh Hui. 2012. The State Islam Nexus: Islam
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Pribadi, Yanwar. 2013. Islam and Politics in Madura: Ulama and Other
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Leiden University Institute for Area Studies (LIAS), Faculty of the
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Putri, Ully D. 2015. From Piety to Policy: Islamic Piety and HIV/AIDS
Knowledge Production in Indonesia, Dissertation. University of
Qibtiyah, Alimatul. 2012. Feminist Identity and the Conceptualisation
of Gender Issues in Islam: Muslim Gender Elites in Yogyakarta,
Indonesia, Dissertation. University of Western Sydney.

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Rafiq, Ahmad. 2014. The Reception of the Quran in Indonesia: A

Case Study of the Place of the Quran in a Non-Arabic Speaking
Community, Dissertation. The Temple University..
Rahman, Taufiqur. 2016. Islamic Identity Online: The Discourse
of Ummat and Jihad in Online New Services in Indonesia,
Dissertation. The University of Western Australia.
Rakhmani, Inaya. 2013. Rethinking Identity in an Age of Commercial
Islam: The Television Industry, Religious Soap Operas, and
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Ramleth, Alf Henrik. 2001. Manufacturing a New Islamic Order:
Islamic Discourse in Ujung Pandang (Makassar), South Sulawewi,
Indonesia, Dissertation. University of Washington.
Raseuki, Nyak Ina. 2009. Being Islamic in Music: Two Contemporary
Genres from Sumatra, Dissertation. University of Wisconsin-
Rasyid, Muhammad Nur Akbar. 2014. The Assurance and Enhancement
of Quality in Learning and Teaching in Indonesian Islamic Higher
Education, Dissertation. Flinders University.
Ricci, Ronit. 2006. Translating Conversion in South and Southeast Asia:
The Islamic Book of One Thousand Questions in Javanese, Tamil
and Malay, Dissertation. University of Michigan.
Richmond, Helen. 2009. Missiological Understandings Arising from
Muslim-Christian Marriages in Indonesia and Australia,
Dissertation. Charles Sturt University.
Rif ah, Nur and Erwin Nur. 2014. Women under Sharia: Case Studies
in the Implementation of Sharia-Influenced Regional Regulations
(Perda Sharia) in Indonesia, Dissertation. Victoria University.
Rifai, Nurlena. 2006. The Emergence of Elite Islamic Schools in
Contemporary Indonesia: A Case Study of Al Azhar Islamic
School, Dissertation. McGill University.
Rinaldo, Rachel. 2007. Mobilizing Piety: Women, Islam, and the Public
Sphere in Indonesia, Dissertation. The University of Chicago.
RiwajantiI, Nur. 2013. Islamic Microfinance in Indonesia: A Comparative
Analysis between Islamic Financial Cooperative (BMT) and

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Shariah Rural Bank (BPRS) on Experiences, Challenges, Prospect

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