The 16th Annual International Conference on Islamic Studies (AICIS), IAIN Lampung November 1-4, 2016

“THE CONTRIBUTION OF INDONESIAN ISLAM TO THE WORLD CIVILIZATION”

Indonesian Islam has a long and dynamic history, with rich values, traditions, and experiences. It is the most populous Muslim country in the world which represents the most pluralistic and multicultural society. It has been widely acknowledged by many observers as a society with unique character and IS featuring moderate, peaceful and tolerant Islam. It has proven itself as the melting pot for various ethnic and religious groups and a fertile ground for the reconciliation between Islam and modernity, Islam and democracy, Islam and human rights, as well as Islam and multiculturalism.It has sustained unique Islamic character and identity through long ideological, political, economics, social, cultural, and religious interaction with monarchism, colonialism, secularism, separatism, and radicalism. 

International Conference on Islamic Studies (AICIS) 2015, IAIN Manado

CALL FOR PAPERS

15th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ISLAMIC STUDIES (AICIS)

MANADO, INDONESIA, 3-6 SEPTEMBER 2015

THE MAIN THEME

Harmony in Diversity: Promoting Moderation and Preventing Conflicts in Socio-Religious Life

 

The Annual International Conference on Islamic Studies (AICIS) aims to provide opportunities for scholars and researchers to introduce their works and share their ideas at international stage. The 15th AICIS to be held in Manado, North Sulawesi, in September 2015 espouses the main theme: “Harmony in Diversity: Promoting Moderation and Preventing Conflicts in Socio-Religious Life.” This theme is meant to respond current socio-political and religious issues in many parts of the world.

LESSON LEARNED FROM THE 2nd ASIA ENGAGE; FINDING TRULY COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT

Adib-ShomadM. Adib Abdushomad, M.Ed, Ph.D

We have seen that Community Engagement has been considered as a vital achievement for university throughout the plenary session at the Second Asia Engage at NUSA DUA Bali 17-24 November 2014. In fact, community engagement has been recognized as part of reward or credit point for academic to reach their Professorship in Thailand, and is institutionalized at CQU in Australia.

Community Engagement and How to Measure the Impact of Community Participation

Nampang buller 2Bali, Niko Hotel Nusa Dua, Nov, 2014

Salah satu trend yang tengah terjadi dalam diskursus Perguruan Tinggi dewasa ini adalah mempertanyakan kembali ‘ruh’ riset-riset yang selama ini dilakukan. Apakah riset yang selama ini dilakukan hanya memuaskan tujuan periset itu sendiri dengan mengekploitasi komunitas? Research is only conducted for the seek of the research itself.