“Creative State-Making”

Surprising Trajectories in Islam, Gender & Politics in Southeast Asia

Workshop hosted by the Collège d’Études Mondiales – Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme

Friday, 18 October 2019, 10:00h – 16:00h

Room BS1-28, at 54 Boulevard Raspail, 75006 Paris, France

[Full programme below]

Featuring: 

Chair: Elsa Lafaye de Micheaux (Université de Rennes & CASE-EHESS)

10:00h – 10:15h: Morning coffee & introductory remarks

PANEL I: “Creative State-Making” in Southeast Asia

10:15h – 10:45h: Dominik Müller (Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology)

“The Enabling Powers of Authoritarian Coercion: Transformative Appropriations of State- Islam in Brunei Darussalam”

10:45h – 11:15h: Nurul Huda Mohd. Razif (Harvard Law School & Cambridge University) 

“Intimate Escapes from the Law: State Abetments in Malay Cross-Border Marriages at the Malaysian-Thai Border”

11:15h – 11:30h: Coffee Break

11:30h – 12:00h: David Kloos (Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian & Caribbean Studies)

“Women, Professional Expertise, and the Islamic State in Malaysia”

12:00h – 13:00h: Q & A 

13:00h – 14:00h: Lunch

PANEL II: Malaysia & Beyond

14:00h – 14:30h: Tomáš Petrů (Oriental Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences)

““Can We Afford This?” China as a Factor in Malaysia Baharu’s Politics”

14:30h – 15:00h: David Delfolie (Sciences Po Lille, IDHES-Paris 1 & Institut Pondok Perancis Kuala Lumpur)

When Malaysian Islam Meets Environmental Concerns: A New Domestic Trend to Reinforce the Strategic Positioning of the Country Within the Ummah and Beyond ? 

15:00h – 15:30h: Q & A, comments, closing remarks

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