Interviews

Agama dan Bencana di Jepang Pasca Tsunami: Wawancara Dr. Kimura Toshiaki

A.S. Sudjatna | CRCS | Interview Sejak tahun 2015, Dr. Kimura Toshiaki, associate professor Program Studi Agama, Universitas Tohoku, Sendai, Jepang menjadi salah satu pengajar mata kuliah ‘Sains, Agama dan Bencana’ di Program Studi Agama dan Lintas Budaya (CRCS), UGM. Membincang bencana di Jepang sangat menarik karena Jepang adalah negara dengan kesiapan bencana yang sangat […]

Biblical Interpretation and Contextualization: An Interview with Prof. Gerrit Singgih

When it comes to sacred scriptures, among the things that challenge the believers is how to interpret them in ways that are faithful, on one hand, and are aware of today’s context and problems on the other hand. Addressing this issue, on March 29, 2016, CRCS student Azis Anwar Fachrudin interviewed Emanuel Gerrit Singgih, professor […]

Anthony Reid

Tracing the Roots of Pluralism in Indonesia: An Interview with Professor Anthony Reid

Does Indonesia have a strong basis for religious pluralism that is deeply rooted in its history? This question can help shape the way Indonesian people today imagine their national identity when dealing with religious diversity. To get a historian’s perspective, CRCS student Azis Anwar Fachrudin interviewed Professor Anthony Reid, distinguished historian of Southeast Asia and […]

Linah Khairiyah Pary

Lina K. Pary, Sosok di Balik Akreditasi A CRCS UGM

Keberlangsungan suatu Program Studi sangat tergantung pada kinerja para staf di dalamnya. CRCS UGM pada tahun 2015 telah menempuh usia 15 tahun. Suatu perjalanan panjang dalam menanggapi isu keragaman di Indonesia. Di tengah perjalanan itu, Program Studi ini ternyata telah mendapat pengakuan tertinggi dari BAN PT dengan akreditasi A. Tentunya, ini adalah sebuah pencapaian berkat […]

Mark Woodward

Defining Hate Speech: An Interview with Mark Woodward

Two of the most challenging questions faced by those promoting freedom of speech is to what extent speech is free and whether there are kinds of speech which should be restricted. Very often this brings about a dilemma, since restriction can be seen as the opposite of freedom. This is partly because there are people […]

Alumnus CRCS menerima Best Paper Award AICIS 2015  

Interviewed by: Bandri Maurisa Zinira, alumnus CRCS angkatan 2011 terpilih menjadi salah satu penerima Best Paper Award pada International Conference on Islamic Studies (AICIS) di Manado, 3-6 September 2015. Pada konferensi tahunan yang diselenggarakan oleh Direktorat Pendidikan Tinggi Islam (Diktis), Kementrian Agama Republik Indonesia ini, Maurisa mempresentasikan makalah berjudul “The Rupture of Brotherhood: Understanding JI-Affiliated […]