Publications of the 4th IIF Conference

Education in Indonesia

  1. “Pluralism in Islamic Education: A Study of Mukti Ali’s Thoughts”. Al Makin. pp. 9–32.
  2. “Peace Education in West Kalimantan: The Opportunities and Challenges of Multiculturalism”. Nicholas Césard, Edit Petebang, and Hatim Issoufaly. pp. 33–46.
  3. “Education for Peace: Ethics in Teaching International Relations”. Abubakar Eby Hara. pp. 47–72.
  4. “Education and Communication Industry in Indonesia”. Yudi Perbawaningsih. pp. 73–86.
  5. “Civic Education and Security Sector Reform in Indonesia”. Matthias Heise. pp. 87–112.
  6. “Good Intention Gone Bad? The Politics of Blame in the Education Discourses in Indonesia”. Rommel A. Curaming and Freddy K. Kalidjernih. pp. 113–34.
  7. “No More Access to Justice? Education of Vulnerable Communities in Kampung Laut Area, Indonesia”. Khairu Roojiqien Sobandi. pp. 135–50.
  8. “What Happens After Class? The Islamic Concepts and Values of Iman, Ihsan, Al-Haya, Imam, and Umma in Indonesian Pesantren”. Claudia Seise. pp. 151–84.
  9. “Islamic Education and Modernity: The Pesantren and Multiculturalism in Indonesia”. Nadiatus Salama. pp. 185–98.
  10. “Reversing the Flow: Australian Student Enrolments in Indonesian Universities”. Philip King. pp. 199–212.
  11. “National Education, Local Arts: Negotiating Identities in Bali Through Dance”. Jennifer Goodlander. pp. 213–226.
  12. “Kesiman Progressive Festival: Redefining and Revitalizing Bali through Cultural Art Festival”. I Nyoman Sedana. pp. 227–48.
  13. “Education, Business Sector Preference and Business Success: A Study of PNPM Credit Receivers at Sleman, Yogyakarta”. Antonius Diksa Kuntara. pp. 249–62.
  14. “Evaluation of a Training Program for Women’s Empowerment in Yogyakarta”. Nahiyah Jaidi Faraz. pp. 263–76.