Dharma power: Searching for security in post-new order Indonesia
The chapter examines how security concerns are infiltrating new aspects of daily life in Indonesia, giving rise to new organisational forms and ways of imagining self and society. As I will show, religious ideas and practices inform the discourse on and provision of security, which has slipped beyond the discursive and practical control of the state.
Contemporary religiosities: Emergent socialities and the post-nation-state
Kapferer, Bruce, Kari Telle, and Annelin Eriksen (eds.)
Also in this volume:
- Introduction: Religiosities toward a future - In pursuit of the New Millennium
Kapferer, Bruce, Kari Telle, Annelin Eriksen
Could the Kanjuruhan stadium disaster spark Indonesian police reform?
David Aled Williams, Kari Telle
Support to civil society and independent scientific research appear of little importance to Norway’s new climate and environment deal with Indonesia
David Aled Williams, Kari Telle, Sofie Arjon Schütte