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Author: Andrew C. Willford,Kenneth M. George
ISBN: 0877277370
Language: English
Pages: 210 pages
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Publisher: Southeast Asia Program Publications; 1 edition (December 15, 2004)
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Ithaca, NY: Southeast Asia Program Publications, Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 2005.

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Introduction: Religion, the Nation, and the Predicaments of Public Life in Southeast Asia.

Published by: Cornell University Press, Southeast Asia Program Publications at Cornell University. Introduction: Religion, the Nation, and the Predicaments of Public Life in Southeast Asia. Kenneth M. George and Andrew C. Willford. The essays in this book all call attention to the salience of world religions in Southeast Asian public life. Modernization, it was once argued, should have led to the disenchantment of Southeast Asian social life.

The essays in Spirited Politics throw light on predicaments that spring from the intersection of religion, ethnicity, and nationalism in contemporary Southeast Asian public life

The essays in Spirited Politics throw light on predicaments that spring from the intersection of religion, ethnicity, and nationalism in contemporary Southeast Asian public life. Covering material from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines, the contributors explore the calamities and ironies of Southeast Asian identity politics, examining the ways in which religion and politics are made to serve each other.

Spirited Politics book. Studies on Southeast Asia. 0877277370 (ISBN13: 9780877277378). The essays in Spirited Politics throw light on predicaments that spring. Studies on Southeast Asia The essays in Spirited Politics throw light on predicaments that spring from the intersection of religion, ethnicity, and nationalism in contemporary Southeast Asian public life.

Asia is the largest and most populous continent and the birthplace of many religions including Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism, and Zoroastrianism

Asia is the largest and most populous continent and the birthplace of many religions including Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Jainism, Judaism, Shinto, Sikhism, Taoism, and Zoroastrianism. All major religious traditions are practiced in the region and new forms are constantly emerging. Asia is noted for its diversity of culture. Islam is the largest religion in Asia with approx.

Religion and Public Life in Contemporary Southeast Asia. by Andrew C. Willford, Kenneth M. George. Published November 2004 by Cornell University Southeast Asia Program Publications. Religion, Religion and politics.

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Spirited politics: Religion and public life in contemporary Southeast Asia. Tales from a charmed life: A Balinese painter reminisces. By HILDRED GEERTZ and IDA BAGUS MADE TOGOG. Ithaca, NY: Southeast Asia Program, Cornell University, 2005. Women of the Kakawin world: Marriage and sexuality in the Indic courts of lava and Bali. Armonk, New York: . Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2005. Ithaca: Cornell Southeast Asia Program. Week 9 (Nov 5)Academic HolidayWeek 10 (Nov 12)Case Study: Singapore Barr, Michael D. and Zlatko Skrbis. Constructing Singapore: Elitism, Ethnicity, and the Nation-Building Project. Week 11 (Nov 19)Comparison: Thailand and BaliHere, we will look at the idea of the spectacle at the heart of statecraft: how are thesymbols of power manipulated in a way that lends validity to certain sources and not toothers?

The essays in Spirited Politics throw light on predicaments that spring from the intersection of religion, ethnicity, and nationalism in contemporary Southeast Asian public life. Covering material from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, and the Philippines, the contributors explore the calamities and ironies of Southeast Asian identity politics, examining the ways in which religion and politics are made to serve each other.