Dr. Phil, Alexandra Landmann, MA. Phil.

CRCS-20140213-58443c7ec6344bfdmannE-Mail : alhzindonesia[at]gmail.com
She is one of the membership of Co-Editor Journal of Religious Culture, Goethe University Frankfurt, Institute of Irenics. Her works focus Hinduism/Buddhism in India and Southeast Asia. She is also lecturer (Religious Studies and Theories of Religions), Master Studies Program in Hindu University of Indonesia, Denpasar, Bali, Indonesia.


Education:

  1. Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany – October 2005 to November 2010
    PhD in IPP Religion in Dialogue, Religious Studies, Department of Protestant Theology
    Dissertation topic: “Hindu Class and Hindu Education System in Bali: Emergence, Organization, and Conception in the Context of Indonesian Educational and Religious policies” (in English)
  2. Goethe University, Frankfurt am Main, Germany – October 1996 to November 2004 Magistra Artium in South East Asian Science, Psychoanalysis and Religious Studies Thesis topic: “The spiritual Hindu cleansing ritual ‚Pemarisudha Karipubaya’: A Way of traditionally coping with the tragedy of Kuta (in German)”

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS :

  • “Hindu Class and Hindu Education System in Bali: Emergence, Organization, and Conception in the Context of Indonesian Educational and Religious policies” (PhD Thesis) http://publikationen.ub.uni-frankfurt.de/frontdoor/index/index/docId/25548 ; Juli 2012
  • “Every man has a religion“, in: Federlin et al. Was Ist Religion? Beiträge Zur Religionsforschung: Edmund Weber zum 70. Geburtstag. 2011. Frankfurt: Peter Lang. pp 71-97
  • Asien, Juli 2007 104, Book review: Johannes Herrmann: Unter dem Schatten von Garudas Schwingen. Chancen und Probleme nationaler Integration in Indonesien, p 186
  • Paideuma, 52, 2006: Book review: Hinduism in Indonesia, 2004, Martin Ramstedt