The Emmy Noether Group's workshop "Social Categorization and Religiously Framed State-Making in Southeast Asia" was held at the Asian Studies Centre, University of Oxford on 4-5 June 2018.
D. Müller has published a special issue: "The Bureaucratisation of Islam in Southeast Asia: Transdisciplinary Perspectives". Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs
R. Engchuan has been selected to join the EuroSEAS workshop “'Listen to your Eyes': Multimedia Web-Based Storytelling for Researchers”, hosted by the University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy.
D. Müller received the John A. Lenz Prize 2018 by the Association for Asian Studies' (AAS) Malaysia/Singapore/Brunei Studies Group in Washington D.C.
Fauwaz Abdul Aziz and Timea Greta Biro have been selected to participate in the workshop "Studying the State: Anthropological Approaches" at the Berlin Graduate School Muslim Cultures and Societies.
R. Engchuan has been selected to join a masterclass organized by EuroSEAS and the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies, in Oxford in August 2017
1 May 2017
Annika Benz has started her work as a student member. She will write her BA thesis within the Emmy Noether project's framework.
1 April 2017
The Emmy Noether Project welcomes Fauwaz Abdul Aziz, Rosalia Engchuan, and Tímea Gréta Biró as doctoral candidates.
March 2017 (for Feb. 2018)
D. Müller has been awarded a Visiting Fellowship in "Law and Social Change" at the Islamic Legal Studies Program (ILSP) at Harvard University for 2018
12 February 2017 (for March/July/August 2017)
The Emmy Noether Project will be presented at the AAS Conference in Toronto, the AAS-in-ASIA Conference in Seoul, and the EuroSEAS conference in Oxford.
26 October 2016
University of Oxford, St Antony's College, Asian Studies Centre: "Research Project: The Bureaucratisation of Islam and its Socio-Legal Dimensions in Southeast Asia"
25 October 2016
Vacancy “3 PhD positions for the DFG Emmy Noether Junior Research Group: ‘The Bureaucratization of Islam and its Socio-Legal Dimensions in Southeast Asia’”