Hoesterey, James B; Clark, Marshall
Popular culture has become an important arena through which Muslims in contemporary Indonesia constitute and contest ideas about Islam, piety and gender. Despite the broad understandings of gender that are now commonplace in the West, scholarship on gender in Indonesia has tended to focus overwhelmingly on the status of women. This article aims to redress this scholarly lacuna by examining, among other things, representations of men and masculinities in recent Indonesian popular culture,...[Show more]
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