Historian, Rémy MADINIER is a research fellow at the CNRS (French National Centre for Scientific Research). Based in Jakarta and attached to Irasec between 2008 and 2011, he is now in Central Southeast Asia and co-director of the Institute for the Study of Islam and Muslim World Societies. His work focuses mainly on the contemporary history of Islam and Islamic-Christian relations in Indonesia. His latest published works are: L’Indonésie, entre démocratie musulmane et islam intégral. Histoire du parti Masjumi (1945-1960), Paris, Karthala, 2011; (dir. with Michel Picard), The Politics of Agama in Java and Bali, London-New York, Routledge, 2011; (with Andrée Feillard), The End of Innocence? Indonesian Islam and the Temptations of Radicalism, Singapore-Hawaii, Irasec-NUS Press-University of Hawaii Press, 2011 (updated English translation of La Fin de l’innocence ? L’islam indonésien face à la tentation de 1967 à nos jours, Bangkok-Paris, Irasec-Les Indes savantes, 2006).





March 24, 2017