After ugly clashes in Sydney and Melbourne between anti-Islam and anti-racism groups, KATHRYN ROBINSON writes that our Indonesian neighbours can teach us about religious tolerance. The memorial held in our national parliament on 17 July for the people who died in the Malaysian airlines flight MH17 shot down over Ukraine featured a moving rendering by …
Kathryn Robinson is a former president of the Asian Studies Association of Australia, and an anthropologist and professor at the Australian National University’s College of Asia & the Pacific. She has a long interest in Indonesia. She is Southeast and East Asia editor of the Encyclopedia of Women in Islamic Cultures, published online by Brill.
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