Can “Religion and Science” Be Postcolonial?

Can “Religion and Science” Be Postcolonial?

Abstract In the late-15th to mid-16th century, Europe experienced three revolutions: a geographical revolution (“voyages of discovery” and colonial expansion); a religious revolution (the Protestant Reformation) and a Scientific Revolution. Within the religion and science discourse, the relationship between two…

Showing off piety: between wefies and riya’

Showing off piety: between wefies and riya’

Anang G Alfian | CRCS | Wednesday Forum Report As a product of the globalized world, social media have created a virtual space of communication and interaction. Many people use it with enthusiasm as it helps humans build communication and connectivity much…

Museums for Society: A Place to Learn Pluralism

Museums for Society: A Place to Learn Pluralism

Meta Ose Ginting | CRCS | WedForum Report Jonathan Zilberg, a cultural anthropologist whose research and advocacy focuses on museum ethnography, argued that Indonesian museums face such problems as performance, transparency and accountability, but they have the potential power to promote pluralism…