Indigenous religions, religious freedom limitations, student essays, and CRCS publications.
Constructed meanings of adat and agama, elections, eco-friendly theology, and Christian Chinese Indonesians.
Reflections on Indonesia’s post-election landscape, a brief history of Indonesian Confucianism, and an essay responding to the recent terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka.
Featured: issues surrounding 2019 Indonesian elections including pancasila, bill to eradicate sexual violence, and Jokowi’s VP candidate.
Essays on religious violence, ethno-religious conflict, and the history of a great Buddhist university in Sumatra.
The translated work tracks the impact of Christianity and modernization on the oral tradition of the Karen people in northern Thailand.
On religious tolerance, religious freedom, gender equality, and human rights.
Panel talk examining the role of art in long-term historical processes.
Including essays reflecting on the suicide bombings that occurred in Surabaya in mid-May.