Alternative Voices in Muslim Southeast Asia: Discourse and Struggles

Alternative Voices in Muslim Southeast Asia: Discourse and Struggles

Examines the challenges facing progressive voices in Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore and how multiculturalism and secularism are the way forward for the diverse societies of these three countries. Studies the politics of Islamic discourse and civil society state engagements on religion in Malaysia. Describes religious orientations in contemporary Indonesia, and the challenge of developing critical Islamic discourse in Singapore. Reviews Malay literacy and cultural expressions in Singapore, and mainstreaming alternative Islamic voices in Malaysia. Covers democracy and the conservative turn in Indonesia, contemporary human rights issues in Indonesia, and Ahmadiyah and Islamic revivalism in twentieth-century Java, Indonesia.


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