Haula Noor received her BA in Psychology and MA in Interdisciplinary Islamic Studies under the thesis project titled “Pride within Stigma: The Case of Indonesian Terrorists’ Families”, both from State Islamic University Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, Indonesia. She is currently in the third year of her PhD in the Department of Political and Social Change, ANU Canberra for the research project titled “The Family Context and its Role in Making Jihadists: The Case of Indonesian Jihadist’s Families”. Prior to her current position, she received a fellowship to attend courses in Utrecht University and conduct a library research at Leiden University’s library in the Netherlands in 2011. Her publications include: “Dinamika Otoritas Keagamaan di Indonesia”, Journal Indo-Islamika, Volume I, Nomor 2, 2012/1433; 2nd Author on “Normative Support for Terrorism: The Attitudes and Beliefs of Immediate Relatives of Jema’ah Islamiyah Members”, Journal of Studies in Conflict & Terrorism, Volume 34, Issue 5, 2011; “Normative Ideology Supporting Terrorism”, Research Publication Poster, McGill University Montreal Canada, 2009.
“The Family Context and its Role in Making Jihadists: The Case of Indonesian Jihadist’s Families”