Publications

Journal Article (14)

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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2018. Bureaucratic Islam compared: classificatory power and state-ified religious meaning-making in Brunei and Singapore. Journal of Law and Religion 33(2): 212–247.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2018. Islamic authority and the state in Brunei Darussalam. Kyoto Review of Southeast Asia 23.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2018. Social categorization and religiously framed state-making in Brunei: from criminalizing supernatural healers to the rise of bureaucratized exorcism. Berita 2018(Summer): 9–21.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik and Kerstin Steiner. 2018. The bureaucratisation of Islam in Southeast Asia: transdisciplinary perspectives. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 37(1): 3–26.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2018. Hybrid pathways to orthodoxy in Brunei Darussalam: bureaucratised exorcism, scientisation and the mainstreaming of deviant-declared practices. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 37(1): 141–183.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2017. From consultancy to critique: the 'success story' of globalized zakat management in Malaysia and its normative ambiguities. Globalizations 14(1): 81–98.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2017. Brunei Darussalam in 2016: the Sultan is not amused. Asian Survey 57(1): 199–205.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2016. Paradoxical normativities in Brunei Darussalam and Malaysia: Islamic law and the ASEAN Human Rights Declaration. Asian Survey 56(3): 415–441.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2016. Brunei in 2015: oil revenues down, sharia on the rise. Asian Survey 56(1): 162–167.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2015. Sharia law and the politics of ‘faith control’ in Brunei Darussalam: dynamics of socio-legal change in a Southeast Asian sultanate. Internationales Asienforum 46(3-4): 313–345.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2015. Islamic politics and popular culture in Malaysia: negotiating normative change between shariah law and electric guitars. Indonesia and the Malay World 43(127): 318–344.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2013. Post-Islamism or Pop-Islamism?: ethnographic observations of Muslim youth politics in Malaysia. Paideuma 59: 261–284.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2010. An internationalist national islamic struggle?: narratives of ‘brothers abroad’ in the discursive practices of the Islamic Party of Malaysia (PAS). South East Asia Research 18(4): 757–791.
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    Journal Article
    Müller, Dominik. 2009. ‘Save Gaza!‘: Reaktionen auf den Gaza-Konflikt im Diskurs der Islamischen Partei von Malaysia (PAS). Südostasien 4: 38–42.

Book Chapter (6)

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    Book Chapter
    Müller, Dominik and Kerstin Steiner. 2019. Pluralism in Brunei’s constitution?: ethnicity, religion and the absolute monarchy. In: Jaclyn L. Neo and Ngoc Son Bui (eds.). Pluralist constitutions in Southeast Asia. 1. ed. Oxford: Hart, pp. 83–113.
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    Book Chapter
    Müller, Dominik. 2018. State-Islam relations in Southeast Asia: a comparative perspective. In: Hans-Christian Günther (ed.). Ethics, Politics and Law. East and West 7. Nordhausen: Bautz, pp. 159–174.
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    Book Chapter
    Beránek, Ondrêj and Dominik Müller. 2017. Die staatliche Verfolgung von Magiern in Brunei Darussalam und Saudi-Arabien. In: Susanne Schröter (ed.). Normenkonflikte in pluralistischen Gesellschaften. Normative Orders: Schriften des Exzellenzclusters "Die Herausbildung normativer Ordnungen" der Goethe-Universität, Frankfurt am Main 21. Frankfurt/Main; New York: Campus, pp. 291–324.
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    Book Chapter
    Müller, Dominik. 2017. Ummah revisited: anti-Shia hatred in Malaysia since the outbreak of the Syrian civil war. In: Sophie Lemière (ed.). Illusions of democracy: Malaysian politics and people. Petaling Jaya: Selangor, pp. 137–159.
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    Book Chapter
    Müller, Dominik. 2015. When ‘PAS is HAMAS’ and ‘UMNO acts like Israel’: localized appropriations of the Palestine conflict in Malaysia. In: Tomáš Petrů (ed.). Graffiti, converts and vigilantes: Islam outside the mainstream in maritime Southeast Asia. Wien: Caesarpress, pp. 77–106.
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    Book Chapter
    Müller, Dominik. 2010. Melayu Islam Beraja: Islam, Staat und politische Kommunikation in Brunei Darussalam. In: Fritz Schulze and Holger Warnk (eds.). State and Islam in Southeast Asia. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, pp. 147–170.

Working Paper (1)

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    Working Paper
    Müller, Dominik. 2017. The bureaucratization of Islam and its socio-legal dimensions in Southeast Asia: conceptual contours of a research project. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Working Papers 187. Halle/Saale: Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology.

Issue (1)

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    Issue
    Müller, Dominik and Kerstin Steiner (eds.). 2018. The bureaucratisation of Islam in Southeast Asia: transdisciplinary perspectives. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 37(1).

Other (1)

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    Other
    Müller, Dominik. 2015. Transit ins Paradies: IS-Rekruten und das Problem ideologischer Terrorismusbekämpfung in Malaysia. Frankfurter Forschungszentrum Globaler Islam. http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-002C-62F5-1. Accessed February 28, 2015.

Book Review (2)

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    Book Review
    Müller, Dominik. 2017. Taming the wild: aborigines and racial knowledge in colonial Malaya by Khor Manickam, S. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2015. The Asia Pacific Journal of Anthropology 18(1): 93–95.
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    Book Review
    Müller, Dominik. 2010. Joseph C. Liow (2009): ‘piety and politics; islamism in contemporary malaysia.’ South East Asia Research 18(3): 616–620.

Monograph (1)

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    Monograph
    Müller, Dominik. 2014. Islam, politics and youth in Malaysia: the pop-Islamist reinvention of PAS. Contemporary Southeast Asia Series 65. Abingdon: Routledge.

Film (1)

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    Film
    Müller, Dominik. 2017. How has the Islamic party of Malaysia’s stance towards popular culture evolved? 12:21 min.
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