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Sally is Academic Manager of the PIES (Partnership in Islamic Education Scheme) program. PIES is an externally funded program which brings Indonesian PhD students from the Islamic higher education sector to ANU for two semesters.
Sally’s research interests focus on Islam and gender in Indonesia. She has been involved in a number of projects studying different aspects of Islam in Indonesia, including a sourcebook of readings on Islam in Southeast Asia and an ARC-funded project on terrorism in Indonesia in which her role was to research the involvement of women in jihadist networks.
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Lewis, B., Aspinall, E., Atmosukarto, I., Bessell, S., Bexley, A., Burke, P., Cribb, R., Dong, X., Kartaadipoetra, F., McCarthy, J., Mietzner, M., Munira, L., Nisa, E., Resosudarmo, B., Resosudarmo, I. A. P., Tapsell, R., Warburton, E., White, S. & van der Eng, P.
31/10/22 → 30/06/26
8/11/18 → 15/10/21
15/08/13 → 30/09/18
Aspinall, E., White, S. & Savirani, A., 2021, In: Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs. 40, 1, p. 3-27
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article
White, S., 2013, Women in Southeast Asian Nationalist Movements. Susan Blackburn and Helen Ting (ed.). 1st ed. Singapore: NUS Press - National University of Singapore, p. 98-123
Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceeding › Chapter
Fealy, G., Fealy, G. & White, S., 2008, 1 ed. Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS).
Research output: Book/Report › Book