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Dr. Moch Nur Ichwan, MA adalah dosen tetap dan Kordinator Program Doktor Pascasarjana UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Yogyakarta (sejak 2015-), setelah sebelumnya menjadi Ketua Prodi Agama dan Filsafat Program Magister (2011-2014). Dia mendapatkan gelar PhD-nya dalam bidang Studi Agama dan Politik Islam dari Tilburg University (November 2006), MA dalam bidang Studi Islam dari Leiden University (1999), dan S.Ag dari IAIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta (1995). Dia mendapatkan grant penelitian dari International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World (ISIM) (2007) dengan judul “Ulama, State and Ummah: The Majelis Ulama Indonesia and the Search for New Recognition in a Post-Soeharto Era”; post-doc fellowship KNAW (The Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences) dalam kerangka Scientific Programme Indonesia Netherlands (SPIN) (2008-2009) dengan judul Ulama and Re-islamisation of the Public Sphere: The Indonesian Council of Ulama and Glocal Challenges in the Post-Soeharto Era”; dan post-doc fellowship Islam Research Program (IRP) Leiden University (2010-2012) dengan judul Alternative to Shari’atism in Aceh after the Tsunami, serta research fellowship Contending Modernities dari University of Notre Dame (2016-2018) (bersama Prof Arskal Salim dan Prof. Eka Sri Mulyani) dengan judul “Religious Authorities, Minorities and Identities: Inter-Religious Relations in Post-Conflict Aceh, Indonesia.”. Minat penelitiannya termasuk praktik dan pemikiran politik Islam Indonesia, peran sosial dan politik ulama, Islam pasca-konflik di Aceh, tatakelola agama, dan hermeneutika Islam. Dia menjadi narasumber di sejumlah konferensi dan workshop nasional dan internasional (Belanda, Perancis, Jerman, Amerika, Mesir, Kyrgyzstan, Malaysia, Singapura, Jepang, dan Australia). Di antara publikasinya adalah sebagai berikut:

2017

 

1

“Faith, Ethnicity, and Illiberal Citizenship: Authority, Identity, and Religious “Others” in Aceh’s Border Areas,” Contending Modernities, http://sites.nd.edu/contendingmodernities/2017/02/22/Faith-Ethnicity-and-Illiberal-Citizenship

 

 

2016

 

1

“MUI, Gerakan Islamis, dan Umat Mengambang,” Jurnal Ma`arif, Vol. 11, No. 2 (December 2016)

2

“Neo-Sufism, Shari‘atism, and Ulama Politics: Abuya Shaykh Amran Waly and Tauhid-Tasawuf Movement in Post-Conflict Aceh,” in C. van Dijk and N. Kaptein (Eds.), Islam, Politics and Change: The Indonesian Experience After the Fall of Suharto, Leiden: Leiden University Press, 2016.

 

 

2014

 

1

"Tevil: Üretici Bir Okuma Olarak Yorum," Kelam Araştirmalari 12:1 (2014) (translated by Ayşe ÇİL), 425-436.

2

“Islam, Kemiskinan, dan Aktivisme Sosial,” in Mutiullah & Moch Nur Ichwan (Ed.), Agama, Filsafat, dan Kemiskinan, Yogyakarta: Program Studi Agama dan Filsafat & Lisafa, 2014.

3

Agama, Filsafat, dan Kemiskinan, Yogyakarta: Program Studi Agama dan Filsafat & Lisafa, 2014 (co-editor with Mutiullah).

4

Modul Advokasi Sosial, Yogyakarta: Center for the Study of Islam and Social Transformation (CISForm), 2014 (co-author in team).

5

“Menyeberang dari Tradisi Sendiri: Kritisisme Moderat Kiyai Sahal,” in Imam Aziz (ed.), Belajar dari Kiai Sahal, Pati: PPKMF, 2014, 229-240.

 

 

2013

 

1

“Towards a Puritanical Moderate Islam: The Majelis Ulama Indonesia and the Politics of Religious Orthodoxy,” in Martin van Bruinessen (Ed.), Contemporary Developments in Indonesian Islam: Explaining the ‘Conservative Turn, Singapore: ISEAS, 2013, 60-104.

2

"Nasr Hamid Ebu Zeyd’in Kur’an Hermeneutiği: Teorik Bir Bakış Açısı,"İnsan ve Toplum Bilimleri Araştırmaları Dergisi (Journal of the Human and Social Science Researches) 1:2 (2013) (translated by Ayşe ÇİL), 253-269.

3

“Nasr Ebu Zeyd ve Çağdaş Kur’an Hermenötiği (1970’lerden 1999’a),” Eskiyeni, 27. Say 2013 (translated by Ayşe ÇİL).

4

Alternatives to Shariatism: Progressive Muslim Intellectuals, Feminists, Queers and Sufis in Contemporary Aceh,” in: Kees van Dijk (Ed.), Regime Change, Democracy and Islam: The Case of Indonesia, Final Report Islam Research Programme Jakarta March 2013, Leiden: Leiden University, 2013, 137-79.

5

Kitab Suci, Interpretasi, dan Problem Sosial,” in Moch Nur Ichwan & Mutiullah (Ed.), Agama, Kitab Suci dan Masyarakat, Yogyakarta: Program Studi Agama dan Filsafat & Lisafa, 2013.

6

Agama, Kitab Suci dan Masyarakat, Yogyakarta: Program Studi Agama dan Filsafat & Lisafa, 2013 (co-editor with Mutiullah).

7

Manusiawi, Adil, dan Beradab: Menuju Tadbir Humanistik atas Keragaman Agama,” in Moch Nur Ichwan & Ahmad Muttaqin (Eds), Islam, Agama-agama dan Nilai Kemanusiaan: Festschrift 60 Tahun M. Amin Abdullah, Yogyakarta: CISForm UIN Sunan Kalijaga, 2013.

8

Islam, Agama-agama dan Nilai Kemanusiaan: Festschrift 60 Tahun M. Amin Abdullah, Yogyakarta: CISForm UIN Sunan Kalijaga, 2013 (co-editor with Ahmad Muttaqin).

 

 

2012

 

1

“Local Politics of Orthodoxy: The Majelis Ulama Indonesia in the Post-New Order Banten,” Journal of Indonesian Islam, 6:1 (June 2012), 166-94.

2

The Making of a Pancasila State: Political Debates on Secularism, Islam and the State in Indonesia, SOIAS Research Paper Series No. 6, Sophia Organization for Islamic Area Studies, Sophia University, Japan, (February 2012).

3

Agama dan Perdamaian, Yogyakarta: Program Studi Agama dan Filsafat & CR-Peace, 2012 (co-editor with Ahmad Muttaqin).

4

“Eko-teologi Bencana, Aktivisme Sosial dan Politik Kemaslahatan,” in Agus Indiyanto & Arqom Kuswanjono (eds.), Agama, Budaya dan Bencana: Kajian Integratif Ilmu, Agama, dan Budaya, Bandung: CRCS and Mizan, 2012, 19-32.

 

 

2011

 

1

“Secularism, Islam and Pancasila: Political Debates on the Basis of the State in Indonesia,” Bulletin of the Nanzan Center for Asia and Pacific Studies, 6 (June 2011), 1-43.

2

“Official Ulema and the Politics of Re-Islamization: The Majelis Permusyawaratan Ulama, Shari`atization and Contested Authority in Post-New Order Aceh,” Oxford Journal of Islamic Studies, 22:2 (June 2011), 183-214.

3

“The End of Jawi Islamic Scholarship? Kitab Jawi, Quranic Exegesis and Politics in Indonesia,” in Rainbows of Malay Literature and Beyond: Festschrift in Honour of Professor Md. Salleh Yaapar, ed. Lalita Sinha, Pulau Penang: Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia, 2011, 82-101.

4

Rethinking al-Amr bi l-Ma‘ruf wa n-Nahy ‘an al-Munkar: Etika Politik dalam Bingkai Post-Islamisme,” Dinamika Kebudayaan dan Problem Kebangsaan: Kado 60 Tahun Musa Asy‘arie, ed.Andy Dermawan, Yogyakarta: LeSFI, 2011, 239-97.

 

 

2010

 

1

“Tolerance and Pro-existence: Understanding Each Other’s Language,” in Marlies ter Borg, Bible and Qur’an Side by Side- an anthology, Amsterdam: IKON, 2010, 19-28.

2

“Politik Metamorfosis Majelis Ulama,” Mimbar Ulama, July 2010.

 

 

2009

 

1

“Negara, Kitab Suci dan Politik: Terjemah Resmi al-Qur’an di Indonesia,” (State, Scripture and Politics: Official Translation of the Qur’an in Indonesia) in Henri Chambert-Loir (ed.), Sadur: Sejarah Terjemahan di Indonesia dan Malaysia, Jakarta: KPG, Ecole francaise de’Extreme-Orient, Forum Jakarta Paris, Pusat Bahasa, Universitas Padjadjaran, 2009, 417-433.

 

 

2008

 

1

“Governing Hajj: Politics of Islamic Pilgrimage Services in Indonesia Prior to Reformasi Era,” Al-Jamiah, Journal of Islamic Studies 46:2 (2008), 127-151.

 

 

2007

 

1

Moving with the Times: The Dynamics of Contemporary Islam in a Changing Indonesia, Yogyakarta: CISForm, UIN Sunan Kalijaga, 2007 (co-editor with Noorhaidi Hasan).

2

“Ulama and Politics: Majelis Ulama Indonesia in Early Reformation Era,” in Moch Nur Ichwan & Noorhaidi Hasan (eds), Moving with the Times: The Dynamics of Contemporary Islam in a Changing Indonesia, Yogyakarta: CISForm, UIN Sunan Kalijaga, 2007.

3

“Hermeneutics and the Politics of Interpretation: Interview with Dr Moch Nur Ichwan” by Farish A. Noor, 2007 www.othermalaysia.org

4

"The Politics of Shari‘atisation: Central Governmental and Regional Discourses of Shari‘a Implementation in Aceh," Michael Feener and Mark Cammack (eds.), Islamic Law in Modern Indonesia, Harvard: Islamic Legal Studies Program, 2007.

5

“Sintesis Kreatif: Ali Mazrui, Ilmu Sosial Normatif dan Studi Masyarakat Islam,” (Creative Synthesis: Ali Mazrui, Normative Social Science and the Study of Muslim Societies), in Waryono (ed.), Keilmuan Integrasi Interkoneksi bidang Agama dan Sosial, Yogyakarta: Lembaga Penelitian UIN Sunan Kalijaga, 2007, 99-145.

6

“Menyeberang dari Tradisi Sendiri: Kritisisme Moderat Kiyai Sahal (Beyond Tradition: Moderate Criticism of Sahal Mahfudh),” in Asrori Karni & Abdul Wasik (eds), Pandu Ulama Ayomi Umat: Kiprah Sosial 70 Tahun Kiyai Sahal, Jakarta: Majelis Ulama Indonesia, 2007, pp. 88-101.

 

 

2005

 

1

“Ulama’, State and Politics: the Council of Indonesian Ulama’ After Suharto,” Islamic Law and Society, 12:1 (2005).

2

Islam Progresif: Peluang, Tantangan dan Masa Depannya di Asia Tenggara, Farish A. Noor (Yogyakarta: SAMHA, 2005), co-editor and co-translator with Imron Rosjadi.

3

Genealogi Aku: Antologi Puisi, Yogyakarta: Kalimat, 2005.

 

 

2003

 

1

“Megawati and Radical Islamism,” 2003, http://www.berubah.org/megawatiandislamism.pdf (dead site).

2

“The Seven-Word Controversy,” IIAS Newsletter (Leiden) #30, March 2003

3

Meretas Kesarjanaan Kritis al-Qur’an: Teori Hermeneutika Nasr Abu Zayd [Towards Critical Qur’anic Scholarship: Hermeneutical Theory of Nasr Abu Zayd], (Jakarta: Teraju, 2003). (Book)

4

Kritik Kontemporer atas Filsafat Arab-Islam, Mohammed Abid al-Jibiri (Yogyakarta: Islamika, 2003), translator.

5

Dekonstruksi Gender: Kritik Wacana Perempuan dalam Islam, [Deconstructing Gender: Critique of Women Discourse in Islam], by Nasr Abu Zayd, (Yogyakarta: Islamika, 2003), co-translator with M. Syamsul Hadi.

6

‘Snouck Hurgronje: Dihujat Bagai Iblis, Dipuja Bagai Wali’, Gatra, no. 23 (26 April 2003), pp 47-52 (co-author with Deden Ridwan & Asrori S. Karni).

7

“Islam in Indonesia:Dissemination of Religious Authority in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries,” in Proceedings of a Workshop Open Science Meeting, Scientific Programme Indonesia-Netherlands held on February 12th 2002 in Bandung, Indonesia, Amsterdam: KNAW, 2003.

 

 

2001

 

1

“Differing Responses to an Ahmadi Translation and Exegesis: The Holy Qur’an in Egypt and Indonesia,” Archipel 62, 2001.

2

“Literatur Tafsir Qur’an Melayu-Jawi  di Indonesia: Perkembangan, Pergeseran dan Kematian,” Visi Islam (Yogyakarta), no. 1, vol. 1, 2001.

3

“Teori Teks dalam Hermeneutik Nasr Abu Zayd,” Esensia, (Yogyakarta), January, 2001.

 

 

 

1998-2000

1

“Beyond Ideological Interpretation: Nasr Abu Zayd’s Theory of Qur’anic Hermeneutics,” Al-Jâmi’ah, Journal of Islamic Studies (Yogyakarta), no. 65, vi, 2000.

2

Mohammed Arkoun, “Metodologi Studi Islam”, Tashwirul Afkar (Jakarta), 2000 (penerjemah).

3

“Continuing Discourse on Keblat: Diasporic Experiences of the Surinamese Javanese Muslims in the Netherlands,” Sharqiyyât, Tijdschift van de Nederlandse Vereneging voor de studie van het Modden-Oosten en de Islam (Nijmegen), no. 2 vol. 11, 1999, pp. 101-19.

4

“Hermeneutika Sosial Qur’an: Membaca Posisi Tafsir Hassan Hanafi,” Gerbang (Surabaya), no. 1, 2nd year, January-March 1999, pp. 71-96.

5

“Prayer in the Surinam-Javanese Diasporic Experience,” ISIMNewsletter (Leiden), no. 3, 1998.