Islam in Southeast Asia

For several decades, the Australian National University has had a program for the study of Islam in Southeast Asia. Over the years, this program has produced an impressive array of graduates, many of them from the region, whose theses document the variety and vitality of Islam in Southeast Asia. Since much of this original research has not been readily available to the global community of Islamic scholars, this series of publications is intended to make this research internationally accessible. While this series has drawn principally on the research of ANU graduates, it is open for the publication of substantial, specifically focused studies of Islam throughout Southeast Asia.


  • Dr Eva Nisa, Department of Anthropology, School of Culture, History and Language, The Australian National University


  • Professor Emeritus James J. Fox, Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, College of Asia & the Pacific, The Australian National University
  • Professor Emerita Virginia Hooker, Department of Political & Social Change, Coral Bell School of Asia Pacific Affairs, The Australian National University
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