‘Islam, Marxism, and the Making of the Indonesian Republic’, Kompilasi Kajian-kajian Lin Hongxuan

Islamic Socialism in Indonesia (15 September 2020) – Global Islamic Socialism

This video is part of a week-long session of webinars with practitioners and scholars discussing Islamic Socialism in Asia, Africa and the Middle East, hosted by Dr. Layli Uddin (King’s College London) and Dr. Simon Wolfgang Fuchs (University of Freiburg).

Participants: 

– Muhammad al-Fayyadl (activist, Nahdlyin Front for Sovereignty of Natural Resources & teacher, Indonesia)

– Rizki Amalia Affiat (editor, Islam Bergerak & activist, Progressive Islamic Forum) 

– Lin Hongxuan (adjunct lecturer, National University of Singapore)

Sickle as Crescent: Islam and Communism in the Netherlands East Indies, 1915-1927

Lin Hongxuan dalam Journal Studia Islamika

One eye in the chain of the Asian movement’: Muslims adapting Marx in the Dutch East Indies, 1927–42

Lin Hongxuan dalam 2022, Experiments with Marxism-Leninism in Cold War Southeast Asia

“Heirs to What Had Been Accomplished”: D. N. Aidit, the PKI, and Maoism, 1950-1965

Lin Hongxuan dalam Modern Intellectual History

Lin Hongxuan, ‘Ummah yet proletariat: Islam and Marxism in the Netherlands East Indies and
Indonesia, 1915–59’ (PhD diss., University of Washington, Seattle, 2020)

info buku

(dalam bahasa Inggris akan terbit awal tahun 2023, edisi Indonesia kemudian akan diterbitkan Pustaka Pias)

Ummah Yet Proletariat: Islam, Marxism, and the Making of the Indonesian Republic

by Lin Hongxuan

sumber https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/ummah-yet-proletariat-lin-hongxuan/1142114732

From 1965 to 1966, at least 500,000 Indonesians were killed in military-directed violence that targeted suspected Communists. Muslim politicians justified the killings, arguing that Marxism posed an existential threat to all religions. Since then, the demonization of Marxism, as well as the presumed irreconcilability of Islam and Marxism, has permeated Indonesian society. Today, the Indonesian military and Islamic political parties regularly invoke the spectre of Marxism as an enduring threat that would destroy the republic if left unchecked.

In Ummah Yet Proletariat, Lin Hongxuan explores the relationship between Islam and Marxism in the Netherlands East Indies (NEI) and Indonesia from the publication of the first Communist periodical in 1915 to the beginning of the 1965-66 massacres. Lin demonstrates how, in contrast to state-driven narratives, Muslim identity and Marxist analytical frameworks coexisted in Indonesian minds, as well as how individuals’ Islamic faith shaped their openness to Marxist ideas. Examining Indonesian-language print culture, including newspapers, books, pamphlets, memoirs, letters, novels, plays, and poetry, Lin shows how deeply embedded confluences of Islam and Marxism were in the Indonesian nationalist project. He argues that these confluences were the result of Indonesian participation in networks of intellectual exchange across Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, of Indonesians “translating” the world to Indonesia in an ambitious project of creative adaptation.

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Artikel Aan Anshori, Muhammad Al-Fayyadl, Roy Murtadho Tentang “Kiri, Islam dan Genosida 1965-1966”

Artikel Aan Anshori, Muhammad Al-Fayyadl, Roy Murtadho Tentang “Kiri, Islam dan Genosida 1965-1966”

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