Mufdil TuhriUniversitas Islam Negeri Sulthan Thaha Saifuddin Jambi, Indonesia · Faculty of Ushuluddin and Religious Studies
Lecturer at Department of Religious Studies, Faculty of Ushuluddin and Religious Studies, UIN Jambi
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Citations since 2017
5 Research Items
Currently, I focus on the comparative study of the politics of Indigenous Religion in the making of Islamic Nationalism in Southeast Asia. I am interested to engage with archival, oral history, and historical anthropology methodology.
February 2021 - present
Universitas Islam Negeri Sulthan Thaha Saifuddin Jambi
Based on some early anthropological accounts, people understand adat as any traditional practice: including visiting graves and forest, belief in supernatural powers, and other rituals and ceremonies. Practically speaking, people have not differentiated between the term adat and the encompassing traditions, customs, laws, and others. However, the d...
This article examines the respresentation of religion in two Indonesian and Malaysian films. This article argued that filmmakers have succeeded in trying to portray diversity and religion in the two films. Methodologically, this article compared between two films namely the Indonesian Film, Mencari Hilal (2015) and the Malaysian Film, Wayang (2008)...
p class="abstrak">This study examines the practice of Kenduri Sko , one of the local traditions of the Kerinci people that has been rarely practiced. Since 2017, the government of Sungai Penuh City took over the management of the practice turning it into an annual tourist attraction called as the Festival of Kenduri Sko . This paper argues that the...
This paper will examine the contestation between religion and land rights in state and indigenous people’s relations in Indonesia from the perspective of national and International Laws. This paper will depart from the recent development of state recognition of customary law based on the Constitutional Court (MK) decision No. 35/2012 that state cus...
The incident of burning houses of Buddhist worship and destruction of ethnic Chinese dwellings in Tanjungbalai occurred on 29-30 July 2016. Local communities, regional leaders, security forces and some religious leaders considered this incident to be motivated by religious issues and ignored several other factors such as ethnicity, social political...