Islam and the limits of the state : reconfigurations of practice, community and authority in contemporary Aceh

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Full title: Islam and the limits of the state : reconfigurations of practice, community and authority in contemporary Aceh / edited by R. Michael Feener, David Kloos, Annemarie Samuels
Other authors: Feener, R. Michael, (Editor)
Kloos, David, (Editor)
Samuels, Annemarie, (Editor)
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • State shari'a and its limits / R. Michael Feener
  • Hikmah and narratives of change: how different temporalities shape the present and the future in post-tsunami Aceh / Annemarie Samuels
  • Sinning and ethical improvement in contemporary Aceh / David Kloos
  • Women's rights activists and the drafting process of the Islamic criminal law code (qanun jinayat) / Kristina Grossmann
  • Local women's NGOs and the reform of Islamic law in Aceh: the case of mispi / Dina Afrianty
  • Teungku inong dayah: female religious leaders in contemporary Aceh / Eka Srimulyani
  • Muslim punks and state shari'a / Reza Idria
  • Practices and perceptions of shari'a reinforcement in Banda Aceh: the wilayatul hisbah and local communities / Benjamin Otto and Jan Michiel Otto
  • "That is Jakarta's project": views from the Acehnese diaspora on shari'a, self-determination and political conspiracy / Antje Missbach