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Noorhaidi Hasan adalah profesor Islam dan politik dan sekarang juga menjabat Direktur Pascasarjana UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta. Minat penelitiannya cukup beragam dan interdisipliner, meliputi tema-tema seperti Salafisme, radikalisme Islam, politik identitas dan kaum muda. Ia mendapatkan gelar PhD dari Utrecht University (2005), MPhil dari International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World (2000) dan MA dari Leiden University (1999), semuanya dengan predikat cum laude. Setelah menyelesaikan studi doktoral, Noorhaidi memperluas pengalaman akademik dengan menjadi post-doc fellow di National University of Singapore (2006-2007), research fellow di KITLV Leiden (2007-2009), visiting research fellow di Nanyang Technological University (2009-2010), visiting professor di EHESS Paris (2010), dan affiliated research fellow di Clingendael Den Haag (2010-2011). Ia juga aktif mengajar dan mempresentasikan paper di berbagai seminar, workshop, dan konferensi internasional. Sebelum menjadi Direktur Pascasarjana, ia mengemban amanat sebagai Dekan Fakultas Syariah dan Hukum UIN Sunan Kalijaga (2011-2015). Sekarang ia menjadi koordinator dan peneliti utama proyek penelitian 3 tahun yang didukung oleh Dana Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia “Future Trajectories of Indonesian Muslim Youth: Between Islamism and Cosmopolitanism”.  Di antara publikasinya:

2016

No

Karya

1.

"Funky Teenagers Love God: Islam and Youth Activism in Post

2.

“Violent Activism, Islamist Ideology, and the Conquest of Public Space among Youth in Indonesia”, in Kathryn Robinson, ed., Being Young and Growing up in Indonesia (pp. 200)

 

2015

No

Karya

1.

Indonesian and German Views on Gender and Religious Diversity, co

2.

“Debating Gender, Woman, and Islam: Indonesia’s Marriage Law of 1974 Revisited”, dalam Noorhaidi Hasan dan Fritz Schulze, eds., Indonesian and German Views on the Islamic Legal Discourse on Gender and Civil Rights (pp. 75)

2014

No

Karya

1.

“Rethinking Islam Politik: Paradigma Baru Pembacaan Gejolak Politik di Dunia Muslim”, Pidato Pengukuhan Guru Besar, disampaikan dalam Sidang Senat Terbuka dalam rangka mensyukuri kelahiran UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta. Yogyakarta: UIN Sunan Kalijaga, 2014.

2.

“Membaca Ulang Kronik Perang Salib, Membangun Harmoni Hubungan Kristen-Islam”, Kata Pengantar untuk Yusak Soleiman, Perang-Perang Salib: Hantu dari Masa Lalu, Bagi Masa Kini dan Masa Depan Bersama Islam dan Kristen (pp. vii-xiii). Jakarta: Grafika Kreasindo dan Sekolah Tinggi Teologi Jakarta.

3.

“Between the Global and the Local: Negotiating Islam and Democracy in Provincial Indonesia”, in Gerry van Klinken and Ward Berenschot (eds.) In Search of Middle Indonesia: Middle Classes In Provincial Towns (pp. 170-197). Leiden and Boston: Brill.

 

2013

No

Karya

1.

“Post-Islamist Politics in Indonesia,” dalam Asef Bayat (ed.), Post-Islamism The Changing Faces of Islamism (pp. 157-184). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013.

2.

“Teologi Progresif sebagai Jalan Meretas Kebekuan Hubungan Antar-Iman”, Kata Pengantar untuk John Simon, Teologi Progresif Studi  Komparatif-Orienting Islam-Kristen di Indonesia (1999-2010) (pp. 14-19). Yogyakarta: Penerbit Kanisius, 2013.

 

2012

No

Karya

1.

Islam Politik di Dunia Kontemporer: Konsep, Genealogi dan Teori. Yogyakarta: Sunan Kalijaga Press, 2012.

2.

“Islamist Party, Electoral Politics and Da‘wah Mobilization among Youth: “The Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) in Indonesia”, Journal of Indonesian Islam, 6, 1 (2012): 17-47.

3.

“Education, Young Islamists and Integrated Islamic Schools in Indonesia”, Studia Islamika-Indonesian Journal for Islamic Studies, 19, 1 (2012): 77-112.

4.

“Meretas Involusi Kajian Hukum Islam di Indonesia: Pengalaman Fakultas Syariah dan Hukum UIN Sunan kalijaga Yogyakarta”, Asy-Syir’aj Jurnal Ilmu Syariah dan Hukum 46, 2 (2012): 385-402.

5.

“Piety, Politics, and Post-Islamism: Dhikr Akbar in Indonesia”, Al-Jami’ah Journal of Islamic Studies, 50, 2 (2012): 369-390.

 

2011

No

Karya

1.

“Political Islam in Indonesia”, in, Religion and Politics in South and Southeast Asia, ed. Ishtiaq Ahmed, pp. 136

2.

“Salafi Madrasas and Islamic Education in Southeast Asia”, in Islamic Studies and Islamic Education in Contemporary Southeast Asia, ed. Kamaruzzaman Bustaman

3.

Islam in the Public Sphere: The Politics of identity and the future of democracy in Indonesia, co

4.

“Islam in Provincial Indonesia: Middle Class, Lifestyle and Democracy”, Al

5.

“Milisia Islamis, Demokrasi, dan Hak Asasi Manusia,” Dignitas: Jurnal Hak Asasi manusia 7, 1 (2011): 19

 

2010

No

Karya

1.

‘The Drama of Jihad: The Emergence of Salafi Youth in Indonesia’. In Linda Herrera and Asef Bayat (eds.), Being Young and Muslim: New Cultural Politics in the Global South and North, pp. 49

2.

‘Melacak Akar Salafisme Radikal di Indonesia: Dinamika Transnasional dalam Pergulatan Politik Domestik’. In Hendri Wijayatsih, Gunawan Adi Prabowo, and Purwaningtyas Rimukti (eds.), Memahami Kebenaran Yang Lain sebagai Upaya Pembaharuan Hidup Bersama, pp. 37

3.

“The Failure of the Wahhabi Campaign: Transnational Islam and the Salafi Madrasa in Post

4.

Ideologi, Identitas dan Ekonomi Politik Kekerasan: Mencari Model Solusi Mengatasi Ancaman Radikalisme dan Terorisme di Indonesia”, Prisma 20 (2010) : 28

5.

‘The Drama of Jihad: The Emergence of Salafi Youth in Indonesia’. In Linda Herrera and Asef Bayat (eds.), Being Young and Muslim: New Cultural Politics in the Global South and North, pp. 49

6.

Islamizing Formal Education: Integrated Islamic School and a New Trend in Formal Education Institution in Indonesia,” RSIS Working Paper, No. 172, Singapore: Rajaratnam School of International Studies, 2010.

7.

 “Transnational Islam in Indonesia,” dalam Peter Mandaville, ed., Transnational Islam in South and Southeast Asia: Movements, Networks, and Conflict Dynamics (pp. 121-140). Seattle, Washington: The National Bureau of Asian Research, 2009.

8.

 “Ambivalent Doctrine and Conflict in the Salafi Movement in Indonesia,” dalam Roel Meijer, ed., Global Salafism: Islam’s New Religious Movement. London/New York: Hurst/Columbia University Press, 2009.

9.

“Multikulturalisme dan Tantangan Radikalisme,” dalam Elza Peldi Taher, ed., Merayakan Kebebasan Beragama, Bunga Rampai 70 Tahun Djohan Effendi (pp. 198-217). Jakarta: ICRP dan Penerbit Kompas, 2009.

10.

 “Transnational Islam, Salafi Madrasas and the Political Dynamics of Post-Suharto Indonesia,” in Religion, Politics and Globalization: Implications for Thailand and Asia, ed. Imtiyaz Yusuf. Bangkok: Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, 2009.

11.

“The Making of Public Islam: Piety, Agency and Commodification on the Landscape of the Indonesian Public Sphere,” Contemporary Islam (Springer), 3, 3 (2009): 229

12.

 “Is There Any Room for Reconciliation: Dutch

 

2008

No

Karya

1.

“Reformasi, Religious Diversity, and Islamic Radicalism after Suharto,” Journal of Indonesian Social Sciences and Humanities 1,1 (2008): 23

2.

“State, Religion and the Dynamics of Transition: Repertoire of Violence in Post

3.

“Saudi Expansion, Wahhabi Campaign and Arabised Islam in Indonesia,” dalam Madawi al

4.

“Salafi Madrasas of Indonesia,” in Farish Noor, Yoginder Sikand and Martin van Bruinessen, eds., The Madrasa in Asia, Political Activism and Transnational Linkages (pp. 247

5.

Laskar Jihad: Islam, Militansi dan Pencarian Identitas di Indonesia Pasca

6.

Moving with the Times, the Dynamics of Contemporary Islam in a Changing Indonesia, co

7.

“Madrasas Salafistes de l’Archipel,” Les Cahiers de l'Orient, 92 (2008): 15

 

2007

No

Karya

1.

“The Tuhfat al-Raghibin, The Work of Abdul Samad al-Palimbani or of Muhammad Arsyad al-Banjari?” Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, 163, 1 (2007): 67-85.

2.

“The Salafi Movement in Indonesia: Transnational Dynamics and Local Development,” Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, 21, 1 (2007): 83-94.

3.

“Shari’a, Militancy, and Democratic Consolidation in Indonesia,” RSIS Working Paper, No. 143, Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS), Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, 2007.

 

2006

No

Karya

1.

Laskar Jihad: Islam, Militancy and the Quest for Identity in Post-New Order Indonesia. Ithaca, New York: Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 2006.

 

2005

No

Karya

1.

“Between Transnational Interest and Domestic Politics: Understanding Middle Eastern Fatwas on Jihad in the Moluccas”, Islamic Law and Society, 12, 1 (2005): 73

2.

“September 11 and Islamic Militancy in Post

 

2003

No

Karya

1.

“L’islam indonesien, au coeur de toutes les interrogations”, with Andree Feillard and Remy Madinier, dalam Stephane Dovert and Remy Madinier (eds.), Les Musulmans d’Asie du Sud-Est Face Au Vertige de la Radicalisation (pp. 37-58). Paris: Les Indes Savantes, 2003.

 

2002

No

Karya

1.

“Faith and Politics: The Rise of the Laskar Jihad in the Era of Transition in Indonesia”, Indonesia, 73 (2002): 145-69.

 

2000

No

Karya

1.

“The Basunat Ritual: Islam and Local Culture within the Circumcision Ceremony among the Muslim Banjarese”, Kultur, the Indonesian Journal for Muslim Cultures 1, 1 (2000): 58

2.

“In Search of Identity: the Contemporary Islamic Communities in Southeast Asia,” Studia Islamika

 

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