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UNIVERSITAS ISLAM NEGERI (UIN) MATARAM

ULUMUNA JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC STUDIES

Jln. Pendidikan No. 35 Mataram NTB Telp. (0370) 621298, Fax. 625337

Website: http://ulumuna.or.id  E-mail: ulumuna@uinmataram.ac.id, editor.ulumuna@gmail.com


 

THE 4TH ULUMUNA ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

&

THE 1ST INDONESIA-US TRANSNATIONAL COLLABORATIONS AND NETWORKS

 

Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB), Indonesia

Saturday, June 29, 2019  

08.30-09.00   Registration
09.00-09.30   Opening
09.30-10.15   Keynote Speech
10.15-10.30   Coffee Break
10.30-12.30   Morning Panel
12.30-14.00   Break, Prayer and Lunch
14.00-16.00   Afternoon Panel

 

Keynote Speaker: Pieternella van Doorn-Harder (Wake Forest Uiversity, USA)

 

ULUMUNA PANELS

PANEL 1: Islamic Philosophy, Politic and and Ethics

10.30-12.30. Room 1.

Discussant: Fuad Jabali (Universitas Islam Negeri Jakarta).

Moderator: Kamirsyah Wahyu (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)

  1. Michaelle Browers (Wake Forest University, USA)
    What is Islamic Political Thought?
  2. Mohammad Zainor Ridho (Universitas Islam Negeri Banten)
    From Caliphate to Modern State: A Reflection of Ibn Khaldun’s Thought
  3. Endrika Widdia Putri (Pascasarjana Universitas Islam Negeri Yogyakarta)
    Comparative Study of Classical Greek Ethics and Islamic Ethics
  4. Khozin and Umiarso (Universitas Muhammadiyah Malang)
    Philosophy Base and Methodology of Science and Islamic Integration

 

PANEL 2: Islamic Thoughts, Exegesis and Western Philosophy

14.00-16.00. Room 1.

Discussant: Fuad Jabali (Universitas Islam Negeri Jakarta).

Moderator: Husnawadi (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)

  1. Rüdiger Lohlker (Universität Wien, Austria)
    Abd Karim al-Jilli, Wahdatul Wujud and Reconfiguring of Epistimology
  2. Akhiyat (Institut Agama Islam Negeri Jember)
    Debates in Religious Studies in the Phenomenology Perspective
  3. Abdul Fattah (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)
    The Jacques Derrida’s Concept of Deconstruction and its Valuable Meaning to Contemporary Islamic Thought
  4. Musawar (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)
    Analyzing Bid’a between Theology and Islamic Law
  5. Asmal May, Ade Jamarudin (Universitas Islam Negeri Riau) and Ofa Ch. Pudin (Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam al-Falah Bandung)
    The Future of Human: A Study of al-Azhar Exegesis

  

PANEL 3: Sufi in Local, National and Global Contexts

10.30-12.30. Room 2.

Discussant: Akh. Muzakki (Universitas Islam Negeri Surabaya)

Moderator: Soni Ariawan (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)

  1. Pushkar Sohoni (Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, India)
    The Regional Language of Global Spiritualism: Sufism in the Deccan
  2. Hujair AH Sanaki, Yusdani, Edi Safitri, Muhammad Iqbal Juliansyah (Universitas Islam Indonesia Yogyakarta) and Imam Machali (Universitas Islam Negeri Yogyakarta)
    The Phenomena of Urban Middle Class Sufism in the Special Region of Yogyakarta
  3. Taufiqurrohim (Institut Agama Islam Negeri Tulung Agung)
    Finding Appropriate Practice of the Pilgrimage Space
  4. Tatang Hidayat and Aam Abdussalam (Universitas Pendidikan Indonesia, Bandung)
    K.H. Zainal Mustafa’s Struggle in Developing the Nation’s Intellectual Life

  

PANEL 4: Research on Sufi and Sufi Practices and Meanings

14.00-16.00. Room 2.

Discussant: Akh. Muzakki (Universitas Islam Negeri Surabaya)

Moderator: Sri Hastuti (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)

  1. Pieternella van Doorn-Harder (Wake Forest University, USA and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
    The Outsider and the Sufi: Transnational Trends in Research on Spirituality
  2. Shafwan Rozi (Institut Agama Islam Negeri, Bukittinggi)
    Understanding of the Concept of Eco-sufism through Harmony and the Relationship of God, Nature and Human in Mystical Philosophy of Ibn Arabi
  3. Gazi Saloom (Universitas Islam Negeri Jakarta)
    Religious Conversion amongst Indonesian Celebrities: Roles of Quest for Meaning and Social Environment
  4. Ihsan Kamaludin (Universitas Islam Negeri Jakarta) and Maya Najiyatul Ula (Universitas Gadjah Mada Yogyakarta)
    Sufism Healing Method in Drug Rehabilitation Victims in PP Suryalaya Tasikmalaya, West Java

 

 

IUTCN Panels:

PANEL 5: Constructing 21st Century Curricula

10.30-12.30. Room 3.

Discussant: Ade Alimah (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)

Moderator: Sri Hastuti (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)

  1. Erni Haryanti and Heri Gunawan (Universitas Islam Negeri Bandung)
    Constructivism in the Indonesian 2013 Curriculum: Reflection of Classroom Activities
  2. Afif Ikhwanul Muslimin (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)
    Breakthrough in Islamic Teaching: Developing Attractive Islamic Cartoon Using Mudimu
  3. Robert Stevenson (Modesto Junior College, USA)
    Establishing Indonesia’s Place As A Global Centre by Updating Ideas about Its Past

 

PANEL 6: Teaching Diversity and Diverse Approaches to Learning

14.00-16.00. Room 3.

Discussant: Mohini (Universities Islam Negri Metiram).

Moderator: Soni Ariawan (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)

  1. Cynthia Fowler (Wofford College, USA)
    Reforming Education: Making Space for Pluralism and Diversity in College Curricula
  2. Elizabeth Clendinning (Wake Forest University, USA)
    Gamelan in American Education: Pasts, Presents, Potentials
  3. Ade Alimah (PhD Candidate at SUNNY Albany and Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)
    Actualizing Contemplative and Transformative Learning for Character Education in Indonesian Higher Education

 

PANEL 7 : Teaching through Religion, Teaching about Religion

10.30-12.30. Room 4.

Discussant: Atun Wardatun (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)

Moderator: Husnawadi (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)

  1. Saparudin (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)
    Dilemma of Contemporary Islamic Education: Expectation and Dissemination of Religious Ideologies in Lombok
  2. Ihsan Nul Hakim and Eka Apriani (Institut Agama Islam Negeri Curup),  Dadan Supardan (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram), Eka Sartika (Universitas Islam Negeri Palembang),  Suparjo (Institut Agama Islam Negeri Purwokerto)
    Character Education and the Use of ITC to Develop Human Character: A Quranic Perspective
  3. Bethany Collier (Bucknell University, USA)
    A Room Full of Critics: Centering Critical Social Justice in the American Undergraduate Classroom
  4. Choirul Mahfud (Institut Teknologi Surabaya)
    Islamic Studies for Indonesian Higher Education Institutions: Challenge, Contribution and Opportunities

 

PANEL 8: Community and Religion, Singular and Syncretic

14.00-16.00. Room 4.

Discussant: Mohamad Abdun Nasir (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)

Moderator: Kamirsyah Wahyu (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)

  1. Abdul Wahid (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)
    Religious Preaching and the Making of Ethnic Identity in Eastern Indonesia
  2. Muchammadun (Universitas Islam Negeri Mataram)
    Balancing Religious Transnationalism with Tacit Knowledge: Insight from Lingsar, West Lombok 
  3. Ethan Hawley (Wesley College, USA)
    Making Peace with History: Rethinking the Morro Past and The Philippine Future
  4. Siti Sani Nurhayati (PhD Candidate at Victoria University of Wellington, NZ)
    Religious Homogamy among Ahmadi

 

PANEL

ROOM

TIME

Panel 1

Islamic Philosophy, Politic and and Ethics

1

10.30-12.30

Panel 2

Islamic Thoughts, Exegesis and Western Philosophy

1

14.00-12.30

Panel 3

Sufi in Local, National and Global Contexts

2

10.30-12.30

Panel 4

Research on Sufi and Sufi Practice and Meanings

2

14.00-16.00

Panel 5

Constructing 21st-Century Curricula

3

10.30-12.30

Panel 6

Teaching Diversity and Diverse Approaches to Learning

3

14.00-16.00

Panel 7

Teaching through Religion, Teaching about Religion

4

10.30-12.30

Panel 8

Community and Religion, Singular and Syncretic

4

14.00-16.00

 

 

Sunday, 30 Juni 2019 

06.00-07.00 Breakfast

07.00-08.00 Preparation for excursion to South Lombok (and check out who leave this day).

08.00-12.00 Excursion to Kuta Beach and Sade

12.00-14.00 Break and Lunch

14.00-16.00 Return to hotel or dropp off participants to the airport