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  • N. (Nor) Ismah - Asian Studies PhD candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    working as creative writing trainer at Matapena Community since 2006 From 2013 2015 I served as the writer and editor in some institutions and NGOs in Indonesia including Search for Common Ground Indonesia as a writer of success story book 2013 and blog content and design trainer for peace building initiative 2014 and Schools System and Quality the Australia s Education Partnership with Indonesia SSQ AEPI as a writer and editor of the unit of learning materials for Indonesian school principals 2013 2015 In 2015 I joined the Institute of Southeast Asian Islam UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta as researcher Research Santri and Documentary Movies Promoting Moderate Understanding of Islam presented in the International Conference on Southeast Asian Islam Promoting Moderate Understanding of Islam UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta 8 9 October 2015 Inflaming War through the Words The Contestation on the Other and the Concept of Tolerance Intolerance between Forum Lingkar Pena and Komunitas Matapena presented in the International Conference on Growing Religious Intolerance Outlook Challenges and Future Trajectory of Indonesian Religious Life a joint project of Rajaratnam School of International Studies RSIS and the Graduate School of UIN Sunan Kalijaga 29 September 1 October 2015 Destabilizing Male Domination Building Community Based Authority of Indonesian Female Ulama presented in the KITLV workshop on Female Islamic Authority in Comparative Perspective Exemplars Institutions Practices Leiden 8 9 January 2015 The Regeneration of Indonesian Female Ulama Strategies and Best Practices presented in the 7th Al Jamiah Forum at UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta 28 30 November 2014 Between Hadrah Nasyid and Pop Music Negotiating Cultural Identity of Santri in Yogyakarta Indonesia presented in the Participatory Fun Culture Workshop KITLV Jakarta 10 11 January 2013 Young Women Writers from the Pesantren Tradition Self Initiative Learning Environment and the Education System presented in the Annual International Conference

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  • Y. (Yeonhwa) Jeon (Victoria Ten) - Asian Studies PhD candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    kind of psycho physical practice and Christians and Buddhists often join in ki related training Some Christians believe that ki disciplines transform them into better Christians after starting GiCheon they apparently pray more listen to the priest with greater attention and visit church more frequently Some Christians also pray to God during the training ask for forgiveness and express gratitude Buddhist practitioners state that ki exercises in the studio improve their concentration in Buddhist meditation Building on Foucault s conception of technologies of self and the notion of psycho physical culture introduced by Russian sinologist Abayev I connect them to Marcel Mauss techniques of the body formulation and Bourdieu s habitus Following the work of Merleau Ponty I site my analysis within the body where the life perception and consciousness originate I also deploy the Confucian schematic sŏngŭi jŏngsim susin ch ega ch iguk p yŏngch ŏnha 誠意正心修身齊家治國平天下 authenticize the intention rectify the mind heart cultivate the body love the family govern the country bring peace to the world a diagrammatic strategy repeatedly invoked by GiCheon practitioners themselves when describing their experiences In my application of this schema the self might be portrayed as a living busy active movement Like a ray of light it bursts from the inside towards the outside towards the world Following Confucian terminology we could recount its progress as starting from intentionality and progressing towards emotion and cognition being further coming into actualization on personal familial social and cosmic planes This is how the self unfolds and how it both achieves realization and finds expression as an intentional emotional cognitive bodily personal familial social and cosmic self We can schematically portray this as following intentional emotional cognitive physical familial social cosmic This schema and the self transformational process described will be investigated through the empirical analysis of a set of semi structured interviews held with some 60 GiCheon participants and trainers between September 2010 and April 2011 I also draw upon my own 13 years GiCheon practice and instruction experience adopting the position of a scholar practitioner Through all of this I hope to observe the operation of self construction in connection with these technologies and practices examining surfacing images of self and the qualities that participants seek to acquire through their training As such these images demonstrate the formation of a contemporary subject thus correlating to Foucault s continuing history of subjectivity CV 2001 present Practicing and teaching Korean mind body discipline of GiCheon September 2010 present PHD candidate Korean Studies Institute for Area Studies LIAS Leiden University Netherlands 2008 2010 MA Department of Korean Philosophy School of Confucian and Oriental Studies Sungkyunkwan University Seoul South Korea 2000 2001 Lawyer at the Department of Legal Aid Ministry of Justice Jerusalem Israel 1994 2000 LL B The Faculty of Law The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Israel 1992 1994 Teaching Jewish philosophy and Judaic studies at Bnei Akiva youth organization in Jerusalem Ahi center for new immigrants in Haifa Kfar Pines Yeshiva High School for Young

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  • Julia - Asian Studies PhD candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    Singel 25 M de Vrieshof 4 2311 BZ Leiden Room number 102C Fields of Interest Media representations Chinese and Identity Chinese Indonesians PhD research Representation of the Chinese Indonesian in Popular Media Post Suharto Supervisor Prof Ben Arps Research project After the downfall of Suharto there is an impression that the Chinese Indonesian are more accepted and acknowledged by the pribumi as increasingly more Chinese Indonesian public figures appear on

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  • Drs. N. (Nuraini) Juliastuti - Asian Studies PhD candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    AK Leiden Room number 3A47 Nuraini Juliastuti was born in Indonesia in 1975 Between 1993 1994 she studied Sociology at the Airlangga University in Surabaya Between 1994 2001 she continued her education in Communication Studies at the Gadjah Mada University in Yogyakarta In 2007 2008 she attended the Contemporary Asian Studies Programme at the International School for Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Amsterdam Since 1999 Nuraini Juliastuti

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  • Dr. N. (Nirajan) Kafle - Asian Studies PhD candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    Śāstrī 1905 lxxvii 137 140 Goodall and Isaacson 2007 4 Goudriaan and Gupta 1981 33 36 Sanderson 2006 152 and Bagchi 1929 757ff have repeatedly stressed the religious and historical importance of the Niśvāsatattvasaṃhitā in their works especially for the study of Indian religious history The text has not yet been published Since there is only a single surviving manuscript dating back to the 9 th century my research will prevent the very real threat of decomposition into unintelligibility of this significant historical document and its loss to the scholarly community In order to contextualize the historical evolution of the Niśvāsamukha as a text it shall be presented jointly with the first five chapters of the Śivadharmasaṅgraha a work of lay Śaivism The text of these five chapters will be presented in an appendix They are closely linked content wise with the Niśvāsamukha CV Current Position Researcher Cataloguer June 2011 to Present Nepalese German Manuscript Cataloguing Project NGMCP Nepal Research Centre NRC Kathmandu Branch Lecturer 2012 to present Lumbini University Kathmandu University education Master Honours with gold medal in Classical Indology 2005 Special subject Sanskrit Philosophy Nepal Sanskrit University Balmeeki Campus Kathmandu BA Honours in Classical Indology 2003 Special subjects Astrology and Mathematics Nepal Sanskrit University Balmeeki Campus Kathmandu IA Honours in Classical Indology 2001 Special subjects Astrology and Mathematics Nepal Sanskrit University Balmeeki Campus Kathmandu Teaching and Research experiences 2002 2007 Cataloguer assistant researcher at Nepalese German Manuscript Cataloguing Project Nepal Research Centre Kathmandu 2007 2008 Lecturer at Kathmandu University Centre for Buddhist Studies Kathmandu Nepal 2008 2011 Full time research officer at Ecole française d Extrême Orient EFEO Centre de Pondichéry India Workshops and conferences attended Workshop on the Maṇicūdajātaka University of Pune India 1 18 November 2011 Coordinator Dr Albrecht Hanisch Nepal Research Centre Kathmandu The third

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  • M.I. (Idrees) Kanth - Asian Studies PhD candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    culture of the West Indies PhD research National consciousness and public discourse in twentieth century Kashmir Supervisors Nira Wickramasinghe LIAS and Erik de Maaker CA DS CV DPhil Modern History Oxford University 2010 2011 de registered MPhil Modern Indian History Jawaharlal Nehru University 2009 Dissertation Community State and History The Uprising of 1931 and the Emerging Discourse of Rights in Kashmir M A History Leiden University B A Indian History B Sc Bio Science Kashmir University Panel discussions Discussant in the Gravensteen Lecture Postcolonial Theory and the Specter of Capital delivered by Professor Vivek Chibber Professor of Sociology New York University organised by Leiden Global Interactions Leiden 6 March 2015 http www iias nl event gravensteen lecture vivek chibber Convener and discussant Leiden Kashmir panel a panel discussion on the Kashmir conflict organised by Leiden University Centre for the Study of Islam and Society LUCIS and the Modern South Asia seminar Leiden University 23 September 2013 http hum leidenuniv nl lucis activiteiten kashmir panel html Discussant in the GLASS Faculty Roundtable Panel discussion Postcolonial Frictions Dis Locating the pre modern in Asian Modernities with Dr Farish Noor Political Science Nanynag Technological University Singapore Bart Barendregt Anthropology Leiden and Kiri Paramore

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  • C. (Christine) Ketel - Asian Studies PhD candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    with related exhibition at the University Museum of the University of Hong Kong 2009 Paper for the International Symposium Chinese export Ceramics in the 16 th and 17 th Centuries and the Spread of Material Civilisation 2011 Hong Kong Paper for Asia pacific regional conference on Underwater cultural heritage Manila Nov 8 12 2011 Paper given at the Symposium Seminar on Chinese Export Porcelain of Ming and Qing Dynasties Nanchang University October 2012 Paper given at the 2012 International symposium on ancient ceramics ISAC Jingdezhen October 23 27 2012 Committee functions Member of editorial board of the Asiatic Society of The Netherlands 1980 1995 Member of editorial board of Ceramic Society of the Netherlands 1986 1989 Board member of Asiatic Society of The Netherlands 1991 1999 Member of the editorial board of Conservation News London 2001 2002 Research activities Inventarisation and documentation of Chinese porcelain from the Dutch V O C shipwreck the Witte Leeuw sunk at St Helena in 1613 1979 1982 Research and installation for the exhibition from Empire to Republic Municipal Museum The Hague 1986 Participation of research group to kiln sites of South China 2000 Research trip to Tehran Iran for the study of Chinese porcelain of the Ardebil Shrine at the national Museum of Tehran 2002 Inventarisation of ceramics from the sunken VOC ship Avondste r at Galle Sri Lanka 2003 Research trip to Lisbon Portugal for the study of Chinese export ceramics at museum collections and archaeological sites 2004 Research trip to Kharakorum Mongolia for the study of Chinese ceramics at the archaeological site of Kharakorum 2005 Research trip to Beijing for the viewing of Chinese export porcelain of a private collection 2005 Research trip to Jingdezhen for the study of Chinese export porcelain at kiln sites 2005 Participation of a research group for visiting Portuguese shipwreck sites with shards of Chinese porcelain along the east coast of South Africa august 2006 Visit to department of Archaeology Arita and Nagasaki Japan 2006 Research at Fuzhou Department of Underwater Archaeology 2011 Publications Editor and main author The Ceramic Load of the Witte Leeuw 1613 Rijksmuseum Amsterdam 1982 Joint editor Aspecten van de moderne Chinese en Japanse Kunst Jubileumboek ter gelegenheid van het 10 jarig bestaan van de studierichting Kunstgescheidenis en arceologie van Oost azie aan de Universiteit van Amsterdam 1973 1983 2 chapters Editor exhibition catalogue Van Keizerrijk tot Volksrepubliek Mededelingenblad Nederlandse Vereniging van Vrienden van Ceramiek nr 123 124 1986 Kraak type porcelain and other ceramic ware recovered from the Dutch East Indiaman the Witte Leeuw sunk in 1613 Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society Vol 67 2002 2003 De ceramiek uit de Oost indievaarder de Witte Leeuw Vormen uit Vuur Mededelingenblad Nederlandse vereniging van vrienden van ceramiek en glas Nr 180 181 2003 1 2 Speciaal nummer Kraak Begeerlijk Porselein Contribution to the Catalogue Kraak Porcelain Jorge Welsh Publications 2009 Kraak porcelain ware salvaged from shipwrecks of the Dutch East India Company Articles Een Chinees ivoren beeldje Aziatische Kunst 1985 jaargang nr 3

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  • J.J.A. (Jurre) Knoest - Asian Studies PhD candidates - Humanities - Geesteswetenschappen - Universiteit Leiden
    Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen Leiden Institute for Area Studies SAS China Office Address Witte Singel complex Matthias de Vrieshof 1 2311 BZ Leiden Room number 0 05a Jurre Knoest was born in the Netherlands in 1983 Between 2001 2007 he obtained his Bachelor degree in History and Master degree in Early Modern History at the University of Amsterdam His research focused on the Dutch East India Company and his Master thesis was about everyday life in the Dutch trading factory at Nagasaki in the later half of the seventeenth century Since 2006 Mr Knoest has been studying Japanese Language and Culture at Leiden University He obtained his Bachelor degree in Japanese studies with the Bachelor thesis Clashing Ambitions and Hidden Agendas The Plans for a Japanese Dutch Invasion of Macao and Manila as an Example of Peripheral Influence on Core Policymaking circa 1635 1639 At present Mr Knoest is finalizing a Research Master s Programme on Area Studies Asia and the Middle East with a specialization on Asian Studies His research for the AMT programme concerns the interaction between center and periphery in Tokugawa Japan 1603 1868 and the way local authorities and various social groups with special attention to merchants

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