Coercing Mobility: Territory and Displacement in the Politics of Southeast Asian Muslim Movements

Event details

PSC Panel discussion

Date & time

Wednesday 03 November 2021
9am–10am

Venue

Zoom

Speaker

Various

Contacts

Bell School Marketing Team

The experience of displacement has shaped the politics of many Muslim movements across Southeast Asia.

This panel previews a special issue of Itinerario on coerced mobility, and the diverse responses of groups of Muslims in Siam’s incorporation of Patani, Dutch efforts to colonise Aceh, and anti-colonial movements like the Darul Islam in Java and the Communist Party’s Tenth Regiment in Malaya.

Dr Amrita Malhi (ANU Coral Bell School) and Dr Joshua Gedacht (Rowan University) are co-editors of Itinerario’s forthcoming next issue: Coercing Mobility: Territory & Displacement in the Politics of Southeast Asian Muslim Movements.

They are joined by two other contributors, Dr Francis R. Bradley (Pratt Institute) and Dr David Kloos (KITLV), and hosted by Professor Robert Cribb (ANU Coral Bell School).

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