Dr. Suhadi

E-Mail : suhadi_cholil[at]ugm.ac.id

EDUCATION

  1. Suhadi pass foto batik merahPh.D Level
    Ph.D, Faculty of Theology, Philosophy, and Religious Studies, Radboud University
    Nijmegen, the Netherlands, 2008-2014.
  2. Master Level
    MA Graduate Program of Religious and Cross-cultural Studies (CRCS), Gadjah Mada University, 2002-2005.
  3. Bachelor Level
    BA in Islamic Studies of State Institute of Islamic Studies Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta,Islamic Law Department, 1996 -2000.

LECTURER

  1. Lecturer at Center for Religious and Cross-Cultural Studies (CRCS), Graduate School, Gadjah Mada University (UGM), 2008-now.
  2. Lecturer at International Undergraduate Program (IUP), Department of International Relation, Faculty of Social and Political Studies, Gadjah Mada University (UGM), 2012-now.
  3. Lecturer at Faculty of Philosophy, Gadjah Mada University (UGM), 2014-now.
  4. Lecturer at International Undergraduate Program (IUP), Department of Management and Public Policy, Faculty of Social and Political Studies, Gadjah Mada University (UGM), 2015-now.

SELLECTED PUBLICATION

  • Suhadi, Protecting the Sacred: An Analysis of Local Perspectives on Holy Site Protection in Four Areas in Indonesia, Yogyakarta: CRCS UGM-SfCG-Norwegian Embassy, 2016
  • Suhadi, et. al. The Politics of Religious Education, The 2013 Curriculum, The Public Space of The School, Yogyakarta: CRCS-UGM, Netherlands-Indonesia Consortium for Muslim-Christian Relations, Kerk in Actie, 2015.
  • Suhadi, I Come from Pancasila Family: A Discursive Study on Muslim-Christian Identity Transformation in Indonesian Post-Reformasi Era, Zurich: Lit-Verlag, 2014.
  • Suhadi, Religious Emergence in Post-Tsunami Japan 2011 and Religious/Cultural Humanitarian Diplomacy, Multiversa. Vol. 3 No. 3 Desember 2013. Pp. 199-210.
  • Frans Wijsen, Suhadi Cholil, Thomas Ndaluka, “This is Why We Make Noise: National Unity and Religious Diversity in Indonesia and Tanzania”, in Khudori, Religious Diversity in A Global Society: Discourse and Realities in Asia and Africa with a Comparative View from Europe, Malang: Universitas Brawijaya Press, 2013.
  • Suhadi Cholil, Emy R., “Agama atau Manusia? Analisis Diskursus Bencana Alam dalam Media Cyber” (“Religion or Humanity? Discourse Analysis on Natural Disaster in Cyber Media”) in Agus Indiyanto and Arqom Kuswanjono, Konstruksi Masyarakat Tangguh Bencana: Kajian Integratif Ilmu, Agama, dan Budaya (People’s Disaster Resilient: Integrative Study of Science, Religion, and Culture), Yogyakarta: CRCS UGM, 2012.
  • Suhadi Cholil, “Erupsi Merapi 2010 dan Kaum Santri: Kajian Eksploratif tentang Resilien Kaum Santri” (Merapi Vulcano Eruption 2010 and Santri Society: Explorative Study on Santri Society Resilient) in Hartono, et. al., Merapi dalam Kajian Multidisiplin (Merapi in Multidisciplinary Studies), Yogyakarta: Sekolah Pascasarjana UGM, 2011.
  • Suhadi Cholil, “Freedom of Religion or Belief in Indonesia and the Challenge of Muslim Exceptionalism”, in Sinn and Sinaga (eds.), Freedom and Responsibility: Christian and Muslim Explorations, Minneapolis: Lutheran University Press, 2010.
  • Suhadi Cholil, “Muslim-non-Muslim marriage in Indonesia: A study of Religio-Political Contestation behind The Islamic Law”, in Gavin W. Jones et. al. (eds.), Muslim-non-Muslim Marriage Political and Cultural Contestation in Southeast Asia’, Singapore: ISEAS, 2009.
  • Suhadi Cholil (co-author with Zainal A. Bagir), The State of Religious Pluralism in Indonesia, A Literature Review, Amsterdam: Hivos, 2008.
  • Salim, H. and Suhadi, Modul Belajar Bersama: Membangun Pluralisme dari Bawah, Yogyakarta: LKiS, 2007.

INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION

 Position Start-End
Date/Place
Name of Institution Source of Funding Project Output
External Employee September 2008 –
August 2013
Faculty of Theology,
Philosophy, and
Religious Studies,
Radboud University
Nijmegen, the
Netherlands
RUN Ph.D.
Thesis/Book
Research fellow

May-June 2008

Norwegian Center for Human Right (NCHR),
University of Oslo,
Norway
NCHR Book chapter

Research fellow

July-October 2007

Asia Research Institute (ARI),
National University of Singapore
ARI-NUS Book chapter

ROAD MAP OF WORK EXPERIENCE

  • Research consultant at Search for Common Ground (SfCG) Jakarta in the project of Empowering Inter-Faith Collaboration to Respect and Protect Holy Sites in Indonesia, October 2014-March 2015.
  • Principal investigator for Annual Report on Religious Life in Indonesia, a Cooperation between Hivos Netherlands and Center for Religious and Cross-Cultural Studies (CRCS), Gadjah Mada University (UGM), 2008-2012.
  • Research assistant at the National University of Singapore, 2006-2008. The research addresses the polarization and politicization along the lines of religious differences in Javanese society and involves a field studies in Kediri. This research was led by Prof. Merle C. Ricklefs.
  • Research assistant at the Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies (RSPAS), Australian National University, Canberra, 2005-2006. The research addresses the polarization and politicization along the lines of religious differences in Javanese society and involves a field studies in Kediri. This research was led by Prof. Merle C. Ricklefs.
  • Research assistant at the Melbourne Institute for Asian Language and Societies (MIALS), University of Melbourne, Australia, 2003-2004. The research addresses the polarization and politicization along the lines of religious differences in Javanese society and involves a field studies in Kediri. This research was led by Prof. Merle C. Ricklefs.
  • Researcher at a program of Literature Review at Hivos-Indonesia, 2007-2008. The research focuses on the mapping of discourse and practice of pluralism in Indonesia during the ten years (1998-2007).
  • Volunteer at the Institute for Interfaith Dialogue in Indonesia (INTERFIDEI), 2005-2007. This NGO serves as a forum, wherein religious thinking, faith concepts, and the dynamics of discourses on pluralism, as well as real life encounters, were shared and discussed.
  • Program director at the Islamic Studies at LKiS (Institute for Islamic and Social Studies) Yogyakarta, 2003-2005. The program was dealing with reinventing Indonesian Islamic history and disseminating Islamic critical discourse. The program includes the discussions, conferences and workshops.