M. Endy Saputro
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Journal : Dinika : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies

Rubrik Soeara Moehammadijah 1930-1933 Saputro, M. Endy; Riowati, Eka
DINIKA : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018): Islam in Multidisciplinary Perspectives
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/dinika.v3i1.1165

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Soeara Moehammadijah, (later: Suara Muhammadiyah), has continuously become one of the longest living magazines in Indonesia. To date, the beginning of publication of Soeara Moehammadijah was published on 1915 and has progressively scattered information to the present day. Several dissertations have used this magazine for one of its main references. Several books have also examined how Muhammadiyah developed, either from education or da'wah, from this source. However, what is the actual content of this magazine, not many have studied it. This series presents the contents of the Soeara Moehammadijah column 1915 - 1940. This section presents the continuous sections of the rubric 1930-1933.
Rubrik Soeara Moehammadijah 1929 - 1930 Saputro, M. Endy
DINIKA : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 2, No 3 (2017): Inter-Religious Dialogue in the Local Context
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/dinika.v2i3.1164

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Soeara Moehammadijah, (later: Suara Muhammadiyah), has continuously become one of the longest living magazines in Indonesia. To date, the beginning of publication of Soeara Moehammadijah was published on 1915 and has progressively scattered information to the present day. Several dissertations have used this magazine for one of its main references. Several books have also examined how Muhammadiyah developed, either from education or da'wah, from this source. However, what is the actual content of this magazine, not many have studied it. This series presents the contents of the Soeara Moehammadijah column 1915 - 1940. This section presents the continuous sections of the rubric 1929 – 1930
Indonesian Islamic Studies: A Select Dissertation Bibliography 1980-1999 Saputro, M. Endy
DINIKA : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2016)
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Continuing the previous edition, this bibliography presents dissertations titles produced mainly from universities in Australia, America, and Canada. Not only dissertations ones, some important theses are also displayed in this bibliography. The period 1980-1999 is a salient period in the process of Indonesian Islamic studies development. Since 1990 Minister of Religious Affairs has selectively sent Indonesian scholars finishing their master degree to McGill University. For the result, they produced theses master on Indonesian Islam. On the one hand, this theses can be used as an evidence that Indonesian scholars were able to “introduce” Indonesian Islam abroad; on the other hand, this introduction focuses on leaders thought—which is then dominated the pattern of Islamic studies in Indonesian Islamic higher education institutions. In comparison, dissertation/thesis from the universities in the United States and Australia shows notable interesting assumption that during that period the scholars whose background are Islamic studies tend to produce theological-doctrinal dissertation/thesis as well as that of leaders-thought; while scholars with social and cultural background tend to review Islam from the attending problems in society.Keywords: Islamic Studies, McGill University, Bibliography, Dissertation, Indonesia  
Indonesian Islamic Studies: Selected Dissertation Bibliography 2000-2016 Saputro, M. Endy
DINIKA : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 1, No 3 (2016)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/dinika.v1i3.582

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The shifting of religious authority has been a primary issue of (un)published dissertations on Indonesian Islam. The collapse of Soeharto regime, more or less, takes salient effect on the rise of new religious authorities; while on the same time it provokes social change in the society. New religious mass organizations, such as Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia, Front Pembela Islam and Front Umat Islam, seem to be main critical discussion in certain dissertation in line with some topics which problematizes prominent Islamic organizations, Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama, under new framework of analysis. New media and Islamic banking have to be other domain authorities that carefully discussed in some dissertation. Put it in another topics, gender issue take a untrivial position. In short, these dissertations topics tend to discuss more on Islam in popular authorities.Keywords:Islamic Studies, Bibliography, Dissertation, Indonesia
Rubrik Soeara Moehammadijah 1934-1938 Saputro, M. Endy; Riowati, Eka
DINIKA : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018): Islam and Politics
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/dinika.v3i2.1166

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Soeara Moehammadijah, (later: Suara Muhammadiyah), has continuously become one of the longest living magazines in Indonesia. To date, the beginning of publication of Soeara Moehammadijah was published on 1915 and has progressively scattered information to the present day. Several dissertations have used this magazine for one of its main references. Several books have also examined how Muhammadiyah developed, either from education or da'wah, from this source. However, what is the actual content of this magazine, not many have studied it. This series presents the contents of the Soeara Moehammadijah column 1915 - 1940. This section presents the continuous sections of the rubric 1934 – 1938
Rubrik Soeara Moehammadijah 1924 - 1926 Saputro, M. Endy
DINIKA : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2017): Texts in Practice
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/dinika.v2i2.1139

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Soeara Moehammadijah, (later: Suara Muhammadiyah), has continuously become one of the longest living magazines in Indonesia. To date, the beginning of publication of Soeara Moehammadijah was published on 1915 and has progressively scattered information to the present day. Several dissertations have used this magazine for one of its main references. Several books have also examined how Muhammadiyah developed, either from education or da'wah, from this source. However, what is the actual content of this magazine, not many have studied it. This series presents the contents of the Soeara Moehammadijah column 1915 - 1940. This section presents the continuous sections of the rubric 1924 – 1926. 
Indonesian Islamic Studies: Selected Dissertation Bibliography 1980-1999 Saputro, M. Endy
DINIKA : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2016)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/dinika.v1i2.255

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Continuing the previous edition, this bibliography presents dissertations titles produced mainly from universities in Australia, America, and Canada. Not only dissertations ones, some important theses are also displayed in this bibliography. The period 1980-1999 is a salient period in the process of Indonesian Islamic studies development. Since 1990 Minister of Religious Affairs has selectively sent Indonesian scholars finishing their master degree to McGill University. For the result, they produced theses master on Indonesian Islam. On the one hand, this theses can be used as an evidence that Indonesian scholars were able to introduce Indonesian Islam abroad; on the other hand, this introduction focuses on leaders thoughtwhich is then dominated the pattern of Islamic studies in Indonesian Islamic higher education institutions. In comparison, dissertation/thesis from the universities in the United States and Australia shows notable interesting assumption that during that period the scholars whose background are Islamic studies tend to produce theological-doctrinal dissertation/thesis as well as that of leaders-thought; while scholars with social and cultural background tend to review Islam from the attending problems in society.Keywords: Islamic Studies, McGill University, Bibliography, Dissertation, Indonesia
Rubrik Soeara Moehammadijah 1939-1942 Saputro, M. Endy; Riowati, Eka
DINIKA : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 3 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/dinika.v3i3.1167

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Soeara Moehammadijah, (later: Suara Muhammadiyah), has continuously become one of the longest living magazines in Indonesia. To date, the beginning of publication of Soeara Moehammadijah was published on 1915 and has progressively scattered information to the present day. Several dissertations have used this magazine for one of its main references. Several books have also examined how Muhammadiyah developed, either from education or da'wah, from this source. However, what is the actual content of this magazine, not many have studied it. This series presents the contents of the Soeara Moehammadijah column 1915 - 1940. This section presents the continuous sections of the rubric 1939 – 1942
Rubrik Soeara Moehammadijah 1915 – 1924 Saputro, M. Endy
DINIKA : Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 2, No 1 (2017): Islam and Political Discourse in Indonesia
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/dinika.v2i1.1125

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Soeara Moehammadijah, (later: Suara Muhammadiyah), has continuously become one of the longest living magazines in Indonesia. To note, the beginning of publication of Soeara Moehammadijah was published in 1915 and has progressively scattered information to the present day. Several dissertations have used this magazine for one of its main references. Several books have also examined how Muhammadiyah developed, either from education or da'wah, from this source. However, what is the actual content of this magazine, not many have studied it. This series presents the contents of the Soeara Moehammadijah column 1915 - 1940. This section presents the contents of the rubric of 1915 - 1924.