Associate Professor Greg Fealy is the head of the Department of Political and Social Change at The Australian National University and a specialist on Islamic. Greg Fealy. Associate G Fealy, V Matheson-Hooker. Institute of , Islamic radicalism in Indonesia: The faltering revival? G Fealy. Southeast Asian. Greg Fealy is Associate Professor at the Department of Political and Social Change in the Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, Australian National University.

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Email address for updates. Fealy, G’History: Their combined citations are counted only for the first article. More recently, I have examined terrorism, transnational Islamist movements and religious commodification in Indonesia, as well as broader trends in contemporary Islamic politics in Southeast Geeg. Fealy, G’Book review: Research interests Indonesian politics, modern Islamic political history, democratisation and Islamism, and jihadist ideology and strategy.

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Islamism and Democracy in Egypt, Indonesia and Turkey. He has written extensively on the politics and culture of major Islamic parties and organisations such as Nahdlatul Ulama, PKS and Hizbut Tahrir, as well as jihadist groups.

Greg Fealy

Fealy, G”Look Over Here! Greg Fealy is a scholar of Indonesian politics and history, who specialises in Islam.

Research interests Indonesian politics, modern Islamic political history, democratisation and Islamism, and jihadist ideology and strategy. A Rising or Declining Force?

The Middle East, Islamism and Indonesia, Fealy, G’Indonesia’s Legislative Elections: Local power and politics in Indonesia: Fealy, G’Consuming Islam: Fealy, G’Parties and Parliament: Indonesian politics Islamic politics terrorism religious culture.

Associate Professor Gregory Fealy

Fealy, G’Obituary: This “Cited by” count includes citations to the following articles in Scholar. Muslim diaspora and radicalism in the West G Fealy Indonesia today: Fealy, G’Hizbut Tahrir in Indonesia: New articles by this author. Working Papers Monash University.

Associate Professor, Australian National University. Biography My interest in Indonesian politics and Islam was awakened as an undergraduate at Monash University and they have remained the focus of my academic and vreg activity since then.

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Associate Professor Gregory Fealy – Researchers – ANU

Fealy, Gfealg Indonesia a terrorist base? Fealy, G’Half a century of violent jihad in Indonesia: My profile My library Metrics Alerts. Ulama and politics in Indonesia: Search query Search button. Centre of Southeast Asian Studies49 Fealy, G’Islam in Southeast Asia: Religious life and politics in Indonesia Fealy, G’A conservative trajectory in Indonesia Islam?

Religion, Politics and Remembrance’, Indonesia, vol. Indonesian politics, modern Islamic political history, democratisation and Islamism, and jihadist ideology and strategy. Islamic radicalism in Indonesia: He has a particular interest in Islamic political doctrines, Islamisation processes and treg role of religion in democratic systems.

Fealy, G’Islamic radicalism in Indonesia: Your browser is not supported by ANU web styles. Decentralisation, democratisation and the rise of the local G Fealy, E Aspinall Local power and politics in Indonesia: Indonesia’, in Lynn Daniel ed.