Interviews

Indonesian legal discourse on minorities: An interview with Tim Lindsey

On legal protection for minorities, the blasphemy law, recognition of indigenous religions, dissolution of Hizbut Tahrir, and what the prospect would be.

When nature speaks: A conversation with the Sufi Master of Alâwiyya

A conversation between the Yogyakarta-based French writer Elisabeth Inandiak and Sheikh Khaled Bentounes, the spiritual leader of the Sufi path Alâwiyya.

Interview: Discourse analysis and practical religious studies

An interview with Frans Wijsen, professor of practical religious studies from Radboud University, the Netherlands.

Early Islam may not have been the same as today’s Islam: Interview with Mun’im Sirry

An interview with Mun’im Sirry, assistant professor at the Univerity of Notre Dame, on his book “Controversies over Early Islam”.

Muslims don’t study Buddhism enough: An interview with Prof. Imtiyaz Yusuf (Part 2)

An interview with Prof. Imtiyaz Yusuf from Thailand’s Mahidol University, currently a visiting professor teaching during intersession, at CRCS, on Muslims-Buddhists relations.

Muslims don’t study Buddhism enough: An interview with Prof. Imtiyaz Yusuf (Part 1)

An interview with Prof. Imtiyaz Yusuf from Thailand’s Mahidol University, currently a visiting professor teaching during intersession at CRCS, on Muslims-Buddhists relations.