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Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage
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Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage (ISSN: 2303-243X, E-ISSN: 2442-9031) is an academic international journal published by Center for Research and Development of Religious Literature and Heritage, Agency for Research and Development and Training Ministry of Religious Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia since 2012. This journal specialized academic journal dealing with the theme of religious heritage and literature in Indonesia and Southeast Asia. The subject covers textual and fieldwork studies with perspectives of philosophy, philology, sociology, antropology, archeology, art, history, and many more. This journal invites scholars from Indonesia and non Indonesia to contribute and enrich the studies published in this journal. This journal published twice a year with the articles written in Arabic and English and with the fair procedure of blind peer-review.
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‘ILM AL MIQAT FI AL HADARATIL AL 'ARABIYYAH WA AL ISLAMIYYAH WA DAURUHU FI AL MUJTAMA' AL ISLAMI Butar-Butar, Arwin Juli Rakhmadi
Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage Vol 3, No 1 (2014)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31291/hn.v3i1.24

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A SUNDANESE STORY OF HAJJ IN THE COLONIAL PERIOD: HAJI HASAN MUSTAPA’S DANGDING ON THE PILGRIMAGE TO MECCA Rohmana, Jajang A.
Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage Vol 4, No 2 (2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31291/hn.v4i2.88

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The paper discusses a Sundanese story of hajj or pilgrimage to Mecca during the Dutch colonial period. It was expressed in the form of Sundanese metrical verse which was called dangding or guguritan. The author of the dangding was Haji Hasan Mustapa (1852-1930). He is one greatest Sundanese poets as he wrote more than 10 thousand cantos on Sufism from 1900-1902. He went to Mecca three times (1860-1862, 1869-1873, 1880-1885). One of his hajj stories was Kinanti Munggah Haji. Mustapa told about the hajj journey route, his experiences of suffering, and he also provided an interpretation of inner meaning of hajj according to the Sufi perspective. The paper uses an intertextual approach with an analysis of social history and Sufism. It shows that hajj in the colonial period was very difficult. In addition to the storm in the sea, the pilgrims found other difficulties in the Holy Land. However, Mustapa assumed that the meaning of hajj was not only the hajj ritual physically but also the inner-side of feeling (alaming rasa). Hajj will led to the true happiness. Beware if your hajj is just a physical matter. It can be nothing. The paper tries to confirm both van Dijk and Chambert-Loir?s works on other Sundanese stories of hajj such as Raden Panji Nagara, Moehammad-Hoesen, and R.A.A. Wiranatakoesoema. Mustapa?s interpretation of the mystical meaning of hajj shows his peculiarities as a sufi. His willingness to endure some difficulties in the journey is not just associated with his internal feeling in the sense of spiritual life, but also his satisfication to join in what Habermas called as a "public space" where Muslims could create a community without being constrained by Colonial rule.
MABāḥIṡ AL-ĪMāN ‘ALā NAẓRAH AHL AS-SUNNAH WA AL-JAMā’AH: DIRāSAH ‘AN MAKHṭūṭAH NAẓM AL-WAṣIYYAH LI ASY-SYAIKH MUHAMMAD SA’ID BONJOL AL-MīNANGKāBāWī Hadi, Sofyan
Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage Vol 2, No 1 (2013)
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“ANGAJAWI”, OR, ON BEING MUSLIM NUSANTARA: THE GLOBAL ARGUMENT FOR ISLAM (IC) NUSANTARA Baso, Ahmad
Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage Vol 8, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31291/hn.v8i1.478

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The article is an examination of practices, such as the transmission and movement of ideas and knowledge, by which Indonesian Islam or what is called Islam(ic) Nusantara comes into being as a distinct civilizational body, and then considers the ways in which these practices claim a place in a wider Muslim societies. ?Angajawi? (being Muslim Nusantara) is a strategic term to convey these practices, while, at the same time, to look closely at the way they constitute the vitality and resilience of Islam(ic) Nusantara cultural riches among the citizens of Muslim world. The method followed in this article is firstly to track down the flow of ideas from Jawi or Nusantara as they were brought about by Indonesian agents of trade, knowledge and pilgrimage to the Holy Land since earlier centuries of the coming of Islam to Indonesia; and then, secondly, to draw our attention to the worldwide Muslim reception of these ideas as the creative energy and qualities of Indonesian Islam in dealing with the problems of humanity. Furthermore, the meaning of ?Islam Nusantara? needs to be clarified so as to provide a clear comprehension of the globalized qualities or core ideals of ?angajawi?. Keywords: angajawi, Islam Nusantara, history of Islam, Indonesian Islam
THE ROLE OF INDONESIAN NATIONAL LIBRARY IN PRESERVING AND DISSEMINATING MANUSCRIPTS Alfida, Alfida
Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage Vol 3, No 1 (2014)
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Indonesian National Library has preserved Indonesian manuscripts by collecting and digitizing manuscripts in some areas of Indonesia, such as Yogyakarta, East Sumatera, Cirebon, and Pulau Penyengat. However, a lot of work should be done compared with the number of manuscripts in Indonesia.  Ironically, the same thing does not happen with national library. Disseminating is even worse. The library has provided online catalog for the manuscripts. However, the entry of online catalog is lesser than the printed ones, and the electronic file is always not there. This paper duscusses on; firstly, manuscripts in Indonesia; Secondly, the intended role of the national library in preserving and disseminating the manuscripts; thirdly, the problematic aspect of the collection itself and the state of the manuscripts and above all, the unfulfilled manuscripts offers for researching purpose; fourthly, possibility to collaborate to have a portal or virtual manuscripts on Southeast Asia in a regional setting.
READING POPULAR ISLAMIC LITERATURE: CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN INDONESIAN LITERATURE Rokib, Mohammad
Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage Vol 4, No 2 (2015)
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In the last few years, literature on Islamic themes has become increasingly popular in Indonesia. It is commonly categorized as Islamic literature identified by Islamic texts and symbols on the book cover and its content. The literary works have been popular as reflected in the record sales figures. Previously, some literary works dealing with Islamic themes failed to gain public attention. Interestingly, those works are not mentioned by people as Islamic literature. This paper aims to discuss some questions on why are some literary works on Islamic theme mentioned as Islamic while others are not? Is there Islamic literature within Indonesian literature? What are the differences between Islamic literature and kitab literature (sastra kitab) written by Muslim scholars in the Malay world? By exploring the social context of reader responses toward selected literary works on Islam, this study reveals that the label of Islamic literature is created to confront opposite themes in Indonesian literature. The term Islamic literature remains a problematic and debatable issue related to literature based on Islamic themes in both old and modern Indonesian literature.
THE MECCAN FATWAS AND THE GLOBALIZED DISCOURSE OF EXCLUSION: THE CASE OF ANTI-AHMADIYAH MOVEMENTS IN INDONESIA Darmadi, Dadi
Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage Vol 2, No 1 (2013)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31291/hn.v2i1.101

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This article explains the historical and global contextualization of intolerance towards religious minority group such as Ahmadiyah and it analyzes the recent increased animosity towards them in Indonesia. This paper argues that to understand the current persecution of Ahmadiyah one must begin with an examination of the early transnational efforts to marginalize Ahmadiyah and their effects on Muslim Commnunities. The Meccan fatwas in focus and their reproduction ?provide an example of the ways in which such globalized discourses of exclusion regarding a particular religious group were strategically framed and mobilized in i.e. Lahore, Mecca and few other places, and how these historical and theological factors at play could provide more insight into the rising political intolerance and the criminalization of religious views in Indonesia.
DIALETIC BETWEEN ISLAMIC LAW AND ADAT LAW IN THE NUSANTARA: A REINTERPRETATION OF THE TERENGGANU INSCRIPTION IN THE 14TH CENTURY Yakin, Ayang Utriza
Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage Vol 3, No 2 (2014)
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This article discusses the inscription found in Terengganu, which originated in the early XIV Century. The inscription documents the laws implemented by the rulers of the time. These texts reveal that the laws of this time came from two sources: Islamic law and customary (adat) law. In other words, the inscription indicates that legal pluralism was already in existence by the 14th Century. Adat law was the principle legal system in place, playing an important role in the archipelagic society at the time. However, there was an alternative system of Islamic law (e.g. stoning as a punishment for adultery) in place for lower social classes. This finding suggests that Islamic law was already in existence in the early 14th century?much earlier than the prevailing understanding of the history of Islamic law suggests. The article contributes by providing the new transliteration from Jawi into Latin characters and the new translation from old-Malay into modern English, which are arguably more accurate than the previous work.
GENEALOGY OF INDONESIAN ISLAMIC EDUCATION: ROLES IN THE MODERNIZATION OF MUSLIM SOCIETY Azra, Azyumardi
Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage Vol 4, No 1 (2015)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31291/hn.v4i1.63

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Indonesian Islamic education has long and rich history. In fact Islamic education is one of the most important aspects of legacy of Indonesian Islam. Despite changes in the Indonesian history, Islamic education continues to flourish, consisting now at primary and secondary levels of pesantren. Madrasah, and sekolah Islam. While at the tertiary level, Islamic education institutions consist of State Islamic Higher Education (PTAIN/Perguruan Tinggi Agama Islam Negeri) and Private Islamic Higher Education (PTAIS/Perguruan Tinggi Agama Islam Swasta). Both state and prove Indonesian Islam higher education institutions are the largest system in the whole Islamic world. In the last two decades, another significant development in PTAIN is the enlargement of its mandate through the creation of full-fledged Islamic Universities (UIN/Universitas Islam Negeri). With the historic transformation, the roles of Indonesian Islamic higher education is even becoming more and more important.
SECULARISM AND THE ISSUE OF ISLAM IN THE ACEH CONFLICT: A FRAMING PROCESS APPROACH Ansori, Mohammad Hasan
Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage Vol 1, No 1 (2012)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31291/hn.v1i1.96

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Aceh conflict is widely recognized as one of the most protracted and violent conflicts not only in Southeast Asia, but also in the globe. This study intends to look at the secessionist conflict from he social movement perspective, and specifically from the theoretical instrument of framing process. This study goes a little further by getting engaged with the strategic issue of Islam in the region. In lieu of commonly adopted macro and structural analysis of the conflict, this study methodologically instead applies micro and dynamic analysis of the conflict. In general, this study primarily argues that the framing strategy adopted by Free Aceh Movement (GAM) is clearly secular in nature, and/or far away from the Islam-nuanced religiosity and spirit. However; Islam is often exploited particularly for mass mobilization. The movement"s framing strategy mainly includes natural resources exploitation, ethnic-nationalist vision, universal value of self-determination, the history of Aceh Kingdom and human right violation.

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