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|Title:||Politics, Criminal Justice and Islamisation in Aceh By Arskal Salim|
|Keywords:||Politics,;Criminal Justice and Islamisation|
|Abstract:||Professor Tim Lindsey was appointed as an ARC Federation Fellow in 2006, a 5-year appointment funded by the Australian Research Council (ARC). Professor Lindsey will research “Islam and Modernity: Syari’ah, Terrorism and Governance in South-East Asia”. Terrorism in Southeast Asia responds to challenges that western-derived modernity poses for Islam, including market economies, democracy and nation states. Professor Lindsey will examine the different responses to these challenges through research in regional Muslim communities, institution building, mentoring young scholars and community engagement in the Southeast Asian region. The Fellowship also aims to help strengthen the University of Melbourne’s new Centre for Islamic Law and Society as a hub for research and public engagement on issues related to Islam and law in our region. He aims to achieve a better understanding in Australia of Islam and terrorism in Southeast Asia and thereby strengthen Australia’s capacity to navigate our regional relationships.|
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