Antropological Approach in Religious Studies

Wednesday, December 17th, 2008, 00:00 WIB
About the speaker:
Ronald A. Lukens-Bull, Ph.D. is a lecturer at Department of Sociology-Anthropol ogy, University of North Florida He received his PH.D in Social-Cultural Anthropology from Arizona State University (1997). His areas of Specialization are Indonesia ; Islamic Education and Leadership; Religion and Culture; Southeast Asian Religious Experience; Modernity and Globalization; Comparative Muslim Cultures.
Currently he becomes Fulbright Senior Scholar in Islamic Studies at State Islamic Institute of North Sumatra, Medan . Some of his book publications are A Peaceful Jihad: Negotiating Identity and Modernity in Muslim Java. Jihad ala Pesantren di Mata Antropolog Amerika (Jihad ala Indonesian Islamic Boarding Schools in the Eyes of an American Anthropologist). And Sacred Places and Modern Landscapes: Sacred Geography and Social-Religious Transformations in South and Southeast Asia (Editor).

Date : Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Time : 1 pm – 3 pm (free lunch)
Venue : Room 306, UGM Graduate School Jln. Teknika Utara, Pogung, Yogyakarta
Speaker : Ronald A. Lukens-Bull, Ph.D.

Contact Person:
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