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  • Dr. J. (Juan) Wu - South Asian & Tibetan Studies - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    and Jaina narrative traditions of a number of royal characters Its purpose is to explore the fluidity of their identities across Buddhism and Jainism and the diverse ways in which monastic storytellers used these characters to convey their own religious values a summary of the project proposal is available at http www acls org Education 2008 2012 PhD in Buddhist Studies Cardiff University PhD thesis From Perdition to Awakening A Study of Legends of the Salvation of the Patricide Ajātaśatru in Indian Buddhism 2005 2007 M A in Buddhist Studies Peking University 2001 2004 B A in Chinese Historical Linguistics Fudan University Academic Positions July 2015 June 2017 Robert H N Ho Family Foundation American Council of Learned Societies Postdoctoral Fellow in Buddhist Studies LIAS Leiden January June 2015 Jan Gonda Indology Fellow International Institute for Asian Studies IIAS Leiden October 2012 December 2014 JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow Department of Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Studies University of Tokyo Teaching Experience Fall 2015 Instructor of Elementary Pāli undergraduate elective course at Leiden University Spring 2016 Instructor of Sacred Biography in Buddhism and Jainism undergraduate elective course at Leiden University Fellowships Grants 2015 2017 Robert H N Ho Family Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship administrated by American Council of Learned Societies 2015 January June Jan Gonda Indology Fellowship KNAW 2012 2014 Japan Society for the Promotion of Science JSPS Postdoctoral Fellowship 2008 2012 UK China Doctoral Scholarship for Excellence Program 2016 Dharma Drum Research Grants of the Humanities and Social Sciences postgraduate bursary Selected Publications 2015 Comparing Buddhist and Jaina Attitudes towards Warfare Some Notes on Buddhist and Jaina Stories of King Ajātaśatru s Kūṇika s War against the Vṛjis Annual Report of the International Research Institute for Advanced Buddhology at Soka University 18 95 112 Tokyo IRIAB 2014a Violence Virtue and Spiritual Liberation A

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  • Dr. J.W.P. (Jochem) van den Boogert - Southeast Asian Studies - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    by a number of theoretical problems suggesting it misrepresents the Javanese religious condition Through a conceptual genealogy I show how their conceptualisation is part of a Western project of making sense of Javanese culture However the origin of the twin concepts Javanese Islam and Javanism does not lie in the West s ambitions for colonial dominance Rather they are pieces of Christian theology The West s preoccupation with religion compelled it to recognise certain Javanese traditions as elements of a Javanese religion Thus came ngelmu to be seen as its core beliefs and slametan as its central ritual This representation however is not supported by empirical evidence or theoretical proof If as my research suggests syncretist Javanese Islam is actually an experiential entity in the experiential world of the West new research questions arise Is there an alternative approach to gain insight into Java s traditions Prima facie evidence suggests the same approach is fruitful for analysing the study of other regions in Southeast Asia Teaching activities Courses taught Theories and Issues in Area Studies and Politics of Culture in Southeast Asia A central aim is to aid the students in properly understanding and critically assessing scholarly texts and in

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  • Prof. dr. C. (Kees) van Dijk (emeritus) - Southeast Asian Studies - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    in the post graduate training in Leiden of students from Indonesian Islamic institutions of higher education Kees van Dijk studied non Western sociology at Leiden University and specialized in Indonesian studies He graduated in 1970 whereafter he obtained his PhD at Leiden University in 1981 The title of his PhD thesis was Rebellion under the banner of Islam the Darul Islam in Indonesia Kees van Dijk s research focusses on political and religious developments in Indonesia Malaysia Singapore South Thailand and the Southern Philippines from 1900 until the present He is also interested in cultural manifestations of nation building and community identity He had published extensively on these subjects Many of his publications deal with contemporary political developments in Indonesia Other topics he has published on range from pan Islamism in the Netherlands Indies and pupils and communal violence in Indonesia to patriotic songs in Indonesia Malaysia and Singapore and attire in Indonesia in colonial and post colonial times He has just finished the manuscript of a book about the Netherlands Indies during World War I and is in the process of writing one about Islamic Southeast Asia after September 11 2001 A number of his publications including his PhD

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  • Prof. dr. M.F. (Michael) Herzfeld - Southeast Asian Studies - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales 1995 Paris at the Università di Padova 1992 the Università di Roma La Sapienza 1999 2000 and the University of Melbourne intermittently since 2004 and has held a visiting research appointments at the Australian National University and the University of Sydney 1985 at the University of Adelaide and at the Université de Paris X Nanterre 1991 Major lectures include the inaugural Distinguished Lecture in European Anthropology at the University of Massachusetts Amherst 1996 the Munro Lecture at the University of Edinburgh 1997 the Journal of Anthropological Research Distinguished Lecture at the University of New Mexico 2001 the Einaudi Lecture at Cornell University 2004 the keynote address to the Association of Social Anthropologists of the British Commonwealth 2008 three lectures hosted by the Korea Research Foundation 2009 the Kimon Friar Lecture Deree College Athens 2009 and the Eilert Sundt Lecture University of Oslo 2009 His D Litt was awarded for a series of publications including books and articles that have set out his understanding of the processes at work in cultural identity construction in modern Greece A past president of both the Modern Greek Studies Association and the Society for the Anthropology of Europe he was editor of American Ethnologist during 1994 98 and is now Editor at Large with specific responsibility for the feature Polyglot Perspectives in Anthropological Quarterly he serves on numerous other editorial boards and is currently co editor of New Anthropologies of Europe Indiana University Press In addition to numerous articles and reviews he has authored the following books Ours Once More Folklore Ideology and the Making of Modern Greece 1982 The Poetics of Manhood Contest and Identity in a Cretan Mountain Village Anthropology through the Looking Glass Critical Ethnography in the Margins of Europe 1987 A Place in History Social and

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  • Dr. A.R. (Rizal) Shidiq - Southeast Asian Studies - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    Does Asymmetric Information Model Help in Explaining Sharecropping in Agrarian Economy A Literature Survey Economics and Finance in Indonesia 55 1 33 45 article in journal refereed Shidiq A R 2003 Decentralization and Rent Seeking in Indonesia Economics and Finance in Indonesia 51 2 177 207 article in journal refereed Shidiq A R Ikhsan M Adrison V 2000 Quarterly Indonesian Economy Analysis Economics and Finance in Indonesia 48 1 article in journal refereed Shidiq A R Ikhsan M Indrawati S M Damayanti A 1999 Quarterly Indonesian Economy Analysis Economics and Finance in Indonesia 47 2 article in journal refereed Shidiq A R Ikhsan M 1999 Quarterly Indonesian Economy Analysis Economics and Finance in Indonesia 47 4 article in journal refereed Group by category 2013 2007 2003 2000 1999 Back to top 2013 Shidiq A R Vermonte P J 2013 What Happened in the Early Years of Democracy Indonesia s Experience Middle East Development Journal 5 2 1 21 article in journal refereed Back to top 2007 Shidiq A R 2007 Does Asymmetric Information Model Help in Explaining Sharecropping in Agrarian Economy A Literature Survey Economics and Finance in Indonesia 55 1 33 45 article in journal refereed Back to top

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  • M.J. (Michiel) Verver MSc - Southeast Asian Studies - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    of entrepreneurship and management among Southeast Asia s ethnic Chinese particularly in Cambodia and Thailand In my publications I build on anthropological ethnicity patronage kinship and sociological embeddedness institutions concepts to uncover the socio cultural dynamics within the business sphere and I position these dynamics in the history and political economy of Southeast Asia Education PhD in Organization Sciences Vrij Universiteit Amsterdam to be defended on January 22 nd 2016 MA in Culture Organization and Management Vrij Universiteit Amsterdam 2008 BA in Social and Cultural Anthropology and Development Studies Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen 2007 Employment Lecturer in International Studies and Asian Studies Leiden University since 2015 Lecturer in Organization Sciences Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 2014 2015 PhD researcher in Organization Sciences Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 2009 2013 English Teacher ECC and I English LC Bangkok 2009 Key publications Verver M Dahles H 2015 The Institutionalization of Oknha Cambodian Entrepreneurship at the Interface of Business and Politics Journal of Contemporary Asia 45 1 48 70 Koning J Verver M 2013 Historicizing the Ethnic in Ethnic Entrepreneurship The Case of the Ethnic Chinese in Bangkok Entrepreneurship Regional Development 25 5 6 325 348 Verver M Dahles H 2013 The Anthropology of Chinese Capitalism in Southeast

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  • Arfiansyah - Asian Studies PhD candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    to deliver direct impacts My research also studies about how the ulama and the state which tends to employ ulama to maintain the power affect and influence each other Fields of Interest My fields of interest include Islamic Thoughts Politics Gender and Governance Work Experiences I worked as Program Officer at well established local research institution International Centre for Aceh and Indian Ocean Studies ICAIOS from 2011 2013 I am a lecturer on Islamic Studies related topics at School of Islamic Studies Ushuluddin of Ar Raniry Islamic State Institute Banda Aceh Indonesia from 2009 2013 At the same time I also served Special Executive Staff for Deputy Rector for External and Public Affairs of The Ar Raniry Islamic State Institute from 2009 2013 Educational Background I obtained my BA in 2004 from Islamic Theology and Philosophy Department at School of Islamic Studies of Ar Raniry Islamic State Institute In 2010 I got MA from McGill University Canada in Interdisciplinary Studies after completing thesis research on Politicization of Sharia Behind the Implementation of Sharia Law in Aceh Indonesia Research My field researches are related to policies and development of Aceh Province Government Indonesia They are among other Mapping Knowledge Sector in Aceh ICAIOS team in progress Effectiveness and Contribution of Aceh Government Scholarship Aids to Regional Development Presented in International Conference on Social Recovery in Post Conflict and Post Disasters Society organized by ICAIOS in collaboration with Harvard University Effectiveness and Contribution of Aceh Government Scholarship Aids to Regional Development Presented in International Conference on Social Recovery in Post Conflict and Post Disasters Society organized by ICAIOS in collaboration with Harvard University Analysis on Mitigation and Traditional Adaption Strategic of Aceh Taming Community to Flood Caused by Taming River Aceh Regional Planning Bureau s Team The Role of Customary Law in

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  • C. (Chie) Arita - Asian Studies PhD candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    the systematic exclusion and forgetting of the approximately thirty million people inhabiting the former colonial territories of Japan who had possessed the Japanese nationality including Taiwan and the Korean Peninsula When Japan became independent in 1952 after seven years of Allied occupation primarily presided over by the American military government the former Japanese lost their Japanese nationality and as a result more than six hundred thousand people living in Japan who came from the former colonial territories became legally foreigners Many of their descendents generally of the fourth or fifth generation have stayed in Japan as foreigners How was the category of the Japanese People redefined at the time and why CV Education MA in Comparative History Universiteit Utrecht August 2006 MA in International Relations Universiteit van Amsterdam January 2005 LL M in Law and Political Science Tokyo University March 1996 B L in Law and Political Science International Relations Kyushu University March 1986 Employment Senior Official for Ministry of Justice Japan April 1990 July 2001 Sales Representative for IBM Japan April 1986 September 1987 Grants Ishibashi Foundation 4 year scholarship April 1992 March 1996 Matsushita International Foundation Research fellowship 2008 Teaching Japanese literature and language teacher JPPC Stichting Japans Pedagogisch Praktijk Centrum February 2004 present Special Instructor UNAFEI The United Nations Asia and Far East Institute for the Prevention of Crime and the Treatment of Offenders February March 2003 Guest Instructor Training Institute for Correctional Personnel Ministry of Justice 16 December 2002 Guest Lecturer Aoyama Gakuin University 8 June 2002 Law and history instructor Training Institute for Correctional Personnel Ministry of Justice April 2000 July 2001 Special Instructor UNAFEI October 1996 Publications オランダ大好き Gek op Nederland 2004 Tokyo JTB 受刑者移送条約の現在 諸外国の実施状況と課題 Prisoner Transfer Treaties and the Japanese Correctional System MA thesis 2001 Tokyo National Diet Library in Japan Catalogue

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