Martin Slamais a researcher at the Institute for Social Anthropology, Austrian Academy of Sciences, where he directs the Austrian Science Fund project ‘Islamic (Inter)Faces of the Internet: Emerging Socialities and Forms of Piety in Indonesia’ (fwf P26645-G22). His latest publications include (both in 2017): ‘A Subtle Economy of Time: Social Media and the Transformation of Indonesia’s Islamic Preacher Economy’, Economic Anthropology, 4(1); and ‘Social Media and Islamic Practice: Indonesian Ways of Being Digitally Pious’, in Edwin Jurriens and Ross Tapsell (Eds.), Digital Indonesia: Connectivity and Divergence (Singapore: iseas).Bart Barendregtis an associate professor at the Leiden Institute of Cultural Anthropology and Sociology, where he lectures on media, Asian studies, and digital culture. Within the framework of the Critical Approaches to New Asian Media Ecologies (caname) Project, he scrutinizes Islamic ideas of information society, halal software, and the appropriation of digital technology in an overtly religious context. With Chris Hudson, he recently wrote a chapter on Islam’s Got Talent: ‘Television, Performance and the Islamic Public Sphere in Malaysia’, in T. Lewis and F. Martin, Lifestyle Media in Asia: Consumption, Aspiration and Identity (Routledge, 2017), and he is co-editor (with Andrew Weintraub) of Vamping the Stage Voices of Asian Modernities (University of
Asiascape: Digital Asia – Brill
Published: Feb 14, 2018
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