Sincerity and scandal: the cultural politics of aspal piety in Indonesia
Scholars have provided insightful accounts of the cultural politics of public piety during late-New Order and post-reformasi Indonesia. Whether in campus dakwah movements, Islamic banking, or aspirational forms of piety, Islam acquired cultural capital and political prominence despite the fact that Islamist parties have not fared well at the ballot box. More recently, however, such optimism and aspirations of reformasi have given way to cynicism about the new political and religious elite....[Show more]
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