Associate Professor Gregory Fealy
Areas of expertise
- Religion And Society 220405
- Government And Politics Of Asia And The Pacific 160606
- Islamic Studies 220403
- Comparative Government And Politics 160603
- Asian History 210302
Indonesian politics, modern Islamic political history, democratisation and Islamism, and jihadist ideology and strategy.
My interest in Indonesian politics and Islam was awakened as an undergraduate at Monash University and they have remained the focus of my academic and professional activity since then. My PhD thesis was a study of the traditionalist Muslim party, Nahdlatul Ulama. More recently, I have examined terrorism, transnational Islamist movements and religious commodification in Indonesia, as well as broader trends in contemporary Islamic politics in Southeast Asia.
Head of the Department of Political and Social Change, ANU; Chair of the Australia-Indonesia Institute within the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Director of the Partnership in Islamic Education Scholarships (PIES) Program; Visiting Professor in Indonesian Politics at Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, Washington DC; Indonesia analyst with the Australian Government; and consultant on Indonesian civil society, election and Islamic education programs.
Grants are drawn from ARIES. To add Projects or Grants please contact your College Research Office.
- The Origins and Development of Islamic Terrorist Behaviour in Indonesia (Primary Investigator)
- Religion, Power and Crisis in Indonesia and Thailand: Islamic and Buddhist Responses to Globalising Markets and Cultures (Secondary Investigator)