Associate Professor Greg Fealy is the head of the Department of Political and Social Change at The Australian National University and a specialist on Islamic. Greg Fealy. Associate G Fealy, V Matheson-Hooker. Institute of , Islamic radicalism in Indonesia: The faltering revival? G Fealy. Southeast Asian. Greg Fealy is Associate Professor at the Department of Political and Social Change in the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, Australian National University.
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You appear to be using Internet Explorer 7, or have compatibility view turned on. Research interests Indonesian politics, modern Islamic political history, democratisation and Islamism, and jihadist ideology and strategy.
Muslim diaspora and radicalism in the West Indonesian politics, modern Islamic political history, democratisation and Islamism, and jihadist ideology and strategy. Fealy, G’Consuming Islam: Fealy, G’Terrorism Today: Fealy, G’Hating Americans: Fealy, G’Islam in Southeast Asia: Fealy, G’Hizbut Tahrir in Indonesia: Fealy, G’A conservative trajectory in Indonesia Islam? Fealy, GNurcholish Madjid: My profile My library Metrics Alerts.
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Associate Professor, Australian National University.
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Associate Professor Gregory Fealy
Religion, Politics and Remembrance’, Indonesia, vol. Fealu, G’Parties and Parliament: A Rising or Declining Force? Fealy, GWhat the Jakarta attack means for Indonesian terrorism. Research interests Indonesian politics, modern Islamic political history, democratisation and Islamism, and jihadist ideology and strategy.
Associate Professor Gregory Fealy – Researchers – ANU
Get my own profile Cited by View all Realy Since Citations h-index 25 18 iindex 49 Your browser is not supported by ANU web breg. Fealy, GIndonesian terrorism and relations with Australia, pp. He has a particular interest in Islamic political doctrines, Islamisation processes and the role of religion in democratic systems.
Email address for updates. Fealy, G’Half a century of violent jihad in Indonesia: Islamism and Democracy in Egypt, Indonesia and Turkey. Researchers Home Researcher profiles Flagged profiles. Local power and politics in Indonesia: Greg Fealy is a scholar of Indonesian politics and history, who specialises in Islam.
Fealy, G’Is Indonesia a terrorist base? Ulama and politics in Indonesia: My interest in Indonesian politics and Islam was awakened as an undergraduate at Monash University and they have remained the focus of my academic and professional activity since then.
New articles by this author. Fealy, G’Divided majority: Articles 1—20 Show more. Indonesian politics Islamic politics terrorism religious culture.
The Middle East, Islamism and Indonesia, Islamic radicalism in Indonesia: Decentralisation, democratisation and the rise of the local G Fealy, E Aspinall Local power and politics in Indonesia: Religious life and politics in Indonesia He has written extensively on the politics and culture of major Islamic parties and organisations such as Vealy Ulama, PKS and Hizbut Tahrir, as well as jihadist groups.