Professor Hefner will lead the United States’ main sponsor and clearing house for research on and in Indonesia for a three year term.
Professor Menchick said it was impressive how Jokowi’s remarks laid out how Indonesia must be wary of all great powers.
Prof. Robert Hefner releases the first of his six co-produced documentaries, “Indonesian Pluralities,” in Indonesia.
Prof. Robert Hefner attended a recent conference on “The Islamic Case for Religious Freedom,” in Jakarta, Indonesia.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik was interviewed for a recent online segment examining whether Indonesia is moving away from democracy.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik published an article in Asian Studies Review on a potential breakdown in Indonesia’s democracy.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik was interviewed for a recent article on this year’s elections in Indonesia.
In a recent paper, Menchik undertook quantitative content analysis from election posters of over 750 Indonesian candidates from Islamic political parties.
Prof. Robert Hefner coordinated a workshop on the role of Islam and Muslims in the 2019 presidential electoral campaign.
Prof. Robert Hefner delivered a keynote entitled “Indonesian Democracy and Nusantara Ethics: A Middle Path between Secular Liberalism and Religious Nationalism.”
Prof. Jeremy Menchik spoke as part of a discussion hosted by the New York Southeast Asia Network entitled “The Power and Perils of Elections: Indonesia and Malaysia in 2018-19.”
Prof. Jeremy Menchik discusses “Soft Separation Democracy” in an article published in Politics and Religion.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik’s book Islam and Democracy in Indonesia was reviewed in Foreign Affairs.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik spoke at two events at Stanford University on October 12, 2017.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik discusses why a significant portion of the Indonesian population supports the implementation of Islamic law, Shariah, in the country.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik spoke at the forum hosted by the United States-Indonesia Society in Washington D.C.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik examined whether whether Indonesia’s tradition of religious tolerance and pluralism is safe from extremism.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik’s concept of tolerance with liberalism was referenced in the article.
Adil Najam attends annual WWF conference in Manado, Indonesia.
Prof. Jeremy Menchik discusses how the recent election defeat of Jakarta’s Christian governor will affect the reelection bid of Indonesian president Joko Widodo.