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The Marginalised Majority: Indonesian Muslim Women on Nationalism

Nisa, Eva


There is a growing trend among many Indonesian Muslims to feel closely connected with the transnational community, especially through their association with transnational Islamic movements. This paper examines the voices of Indonesian women who have been active in global transnational Islamic movements, namely followers of Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia, Salafism, and Tablighi Jama’at. Women’s voices are often marginalised in discussions of these movements. To what extent does these women’s...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2018
Type: Journal article
Source: RIMA: Review of Indonesian and Malaysian Affairs


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