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Amanda tho Seeth

Jeunes Chercheurs
Post-doctorante
Discipline : Politiste

Coordonnées professionnelles

Amanda.tho.Seeth[at]gmx.de

 Invitation de Delphine Allès et Mathieu Guérin, grâce à un financement du German Academic Exchange Service; de octobre 2020 à mars 2021.


Discipline

Political Science

 

Terrain

Indonesia

 

FORMATION & PARCOURS PROFESSIONNEL

2021 – Humboldt-University Berlin, Transregional Southeast Asian Studies, Interim Professorship

2021 ­­– German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Hamburg, Postdoc Researcher, Project « Religious Actors and the Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia »

2020-2021 – Postdoc Researcher, Centre Asie du Sud-Est, Paris, Project « The Educational Dimension of Indonesia´s Islamic Soft Power Policy »  

2020 – Philipps-University Marburg, PhD in Political Science, Dissertation « Islamic Universities and Democratization : A Comparative-Historical Analysis of IAIN/UIN Jakarta and al-Zaytuna University Tunis »

2013-2015 – Parental Leave

2011-2012 – German Institute of Global and Area Studies, Hamburg, Research Fellow, Project  « Religion and Conflict in Indonesia »

2011 – University of Hamburg, MA in Political Science, Islamic Studies and Indonesian Studies, Thesis « Saudi Arabian Socialization in Indonesia : The Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Islam dan Arab (LIPIA) in Jakarta as a Transnational Education Space »

2008-2009 – Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, One-Year Visiting Student

 

DOMAINES DE RECHERCHE


Islamic Education-Politics Nexus on the National and International Level

Indonesia and its Relationship with the Muslim World
Religion-State Nexus

Religion in Peace and Conflict

 

BIBLIOGRAPHIE SELECTIVE

 

Work in progress

 

tho Seeth, Amanda: Islamic Universities and Democratization: Comparing Indonesia and Tunisia (book)

 

tho Seeth, Amanda: « Electing a President is Islamic Worship » – The Print Media Discourse of Azyumardi Azra during Reformasi (1998-2004) (journal article)

 

tho Seeth, Amanda: Democracy Taught: The State Islamic University of Jakarta and its Civic Education Course during Reformasi (1998-2004) (journal article)

 

tho Seeth, Amanda, with Delphine Allès: From Consumption to Production: The Extraversion of Indonesian Islamic Education (journal article)

 

Published works

 

tho Seeth, Amanda (2016): BRICS, Südkorea, Malaysia: Wirtschaftlich aktiv, politisch zurückhaltend. In: Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung/Zenith (eds.): Atlas des Arabischen Frühlings: Eine Weltregion im Umbruch. Bonn: Bundeszentrale für Politische Bildung. 282-283.

 

tho Seeth, Amanda (2016): tho Seeth, Amanda (2016): Islamist-Secular Cleavages at Tunisia’s Universities. In: International Higher Education. Spring Issue 85. 21-22. (also available in Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, and Vietnamese)

 

tho Seeth, Amanda (2015): Zwischen Demokratisierung und Gewalt: Universitäten in Nordafrika seit 2011. GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies – Leibniz-Institut für Globale und Regionale Studien, Institut für Nahost-Studien (ed.). Hamburg. (GIGA Focus Nahost 7).

 

Kovacs, Amanda (2014): Saudi Arabia Exporting Salafi Education and Radicalizing Indonesia’s Muslims. GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies ­– Leibniz-Institut für Globale und Regionale Studien, Institut für Nahost-Studien (ed.). Hamburg. (GIGA Focus International Edition English 7). (also available in German and Chinese)

 

Kovacs, Amanda (2013): Indonesia’s Religious Conflicts: Recent Developments, Causes and Policy Implications for Peace. In: Asien – The German Journal on Contemporary Asia. No. 127. 48-69.

 

Kovacs, Amanda (2012): Religiöse Diskriminierung in Indonesien: Ambivalente Rechtslage und politische Passivität. GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies – Leibniz-Institut für Globale und Regionale Studien, Institut für Asien-Studien

(ed.). Hamburg. (GIGA Focus Asien 11).

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Direction collégiale

Vanina Bouté & Dana Rappoport

dir.case[at]ehess.fr

 


Gestion 
Clémentine Dénardou

 

Communication/Web/édition

Sophie Hénon


Documentation/Bibliothèque 
Hélène Poitevin

 

Audiovisuel
Pierre Boccanfuso