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- Institute of Southeast Asian Studies
- Leng, Chee Heng / Mohamad, Maznah
- black & white illustrations
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Political and Cultural Contestations in Southeast Asia
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"This is an excellent and rare exploration of a sensitive religious issue from many perspectives legal, cultural and political. The case studies from Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand portray the important and exciting, yet very difficult, negotiation of Islamic teachings in the changing realities of Southeast Asia, home to the majority of Muslims in the world. Interreligious marriage is an important indicator of good relations between communities in religiously diverse countries. This book will also be of great interest to students and scholars of religious pluralism in a Southeast Asian context, which has not been studied adequately." - Zainal Abidin Bagir, Executive Director, Center for Religious and Cross-cultural Studies (CRCS), Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia "The issue of Muslim-non-Muslim marriages has different connotations in the different Southeast Asian states. For example, in Thailand it is more a fluid cultural issue but in Malaysia it reflects great racial schisms with severe legal implications. This book is a welcome one as it examines the issue not only from the perspectives of various Southeast Asian nations but also from so many angles; the legal, historical, social, cultural, anthropological and philosophical. The work is scholarly, yet accessible. Underlying it, there is a vital streak of humanism." - Azmi Sharom, Associate Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya"
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Gavin Jones is Professor at the Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore. Michael Douglass is the Executive Director of the Globalization Research Center and a Professor and former Chair of the Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Hawaii, Manoa
Muslim-Non-Muslim Marriage: Political and Cultural Contestations in Southeast Asia Preliminary pages; INTRODUCTION; 1. Muslim-non-Muslim Marriage, Rights and the State in Southeast Asia; SECTION I: POLITICAL AND LEGAL CONTESTATIONS; 2. Trapped between Legal Unification and Pluralism: The Indonesian Supreme Court's Decision on Interfaith Marriage; 3. Private Lives, Public Contention: Muslim-non-Muslim Family Disputes in Malaysia; 4. Legal Aspects of Muslim-non-Muslim Marriage in Indonesia; 5. The Politico-Religious Contestion: Hardening of the Islamic Law on Muslim-non-Muslim Marriage in Indonesia; SECTION II: LIVED REALITIES; 6. "Not Muslim, not Minangkabau": Interreligious Marriage and its Cultural Impact in Minangkabau Society; 7. Khao Khaek: Interfaith Marriage between Muslims and Buddhists in Southern Thailand; 8. Interethnic Marriages and Conversion to Islam in Kota Bharu.