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Profil Muhammad Latif Fauzi, S.H.I, M.SI., MA.
Muhammad Latif Fauzi, S.H.I, M.SI., MA.

Muhammad Latif Fauzi, S.H.I, M.SI., MA.
Dosen Prodi Hukum Keluarga Islam (HKI) Fakultas Syariah IAIN Surakarta

muhlatiffauzi@iain-surakarta.ac.id

  1. Hukum Keluarga Islam di Negara Muslim
  2. Antropologi Hukum Islam
  3. Politik Hukum Islam
  1. Perkawinan
  2. Perceraian
  3. Isbat nikah
  4. Harta bersama

I am passionate about teaching, training and researching. Being trained in Islamic law and the study of Muslim societies, the vibrant development of Islamic law in society has been always of my central interest. At the moment, I am working a research project on the extent to which diverse orientations on Islamic marriage are reproduced and practiced by Muslim society in local East Java, Indonesia. I am also a lecturer at an Islamic state university in Surakarta on the same subject, with a special reference to issues of family law. I also had an experience of coordinating a project on Sharia and human rights whose main activities were training, conference and book publication. This latter work has brought me into contact with national and international scholars and organisations working on human rights. Having an earlier experience working as a managing editor of a scholarly journal, I am skilled at editing and book lay-outing. My life experiences make me believe in a meaningful quote that “Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.” 

  1. 2015: PhD Scholarship, Ministry of Religious Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia
  2. 2012: Participant of Australia Indonesia Muslim Exchange, 23 April – 6 May 2012.
  3. 2008: Graduate with distinction (cum laude) of Master in Islamic Studies, Leiden University, the Netherlands
  4. 2007: Participant of the programme of The Indonesian Young Leaders (MA in Islamic Studies), Leiden University and Department of Religious Affairs, Indonesia.
  5. 2006: Participant of Pembibitan Alumni/Upgrading the Quality of Alumni of Indonesian Islamic Higher Education, Ministry of Religious Affairs,
  6. 2006: Graduate (with cum laude) of Master of Islamic Studies, Islamic Law Department of UIN Sunan Kalijaga, Yogyakarta
  1. ISLAM, ADAT, DAN PERCERAIAN: Sejarah, Nalar, dan Perkembangan Pelembagaan Taklik Talak di Indonesia, didanai oleh Diktis Kemenag RI, 2015.
  2. SANKSI PIDANA DALAM RANCANGAN UNDANG-UNDANG HUKUM MATERIIL PENGADILAN AGAMA BIDANG PERKAWINAN: Tinjauan Teori Utilitarianisme, dibiayai oleh DIPA IAIN Surakarta Tahun 2014
  3. Akses terhadap Keadilan:  Sidang Keliling di PA Wonogiri, didanani oleh DIPA IAIN Surakarta Tahun 2013.
  4. “Religious Symbolism and Criminalisation against Women:  Examining the Regulation Banning Prostitution in Bantul, Yogyakarta” funded by the Islamic Research Programme, the Netherlands, 2012.
  5. “Human Rights and Sharia Education at Islamic Universities in Yogyakarta”, in cooperation with the NCHR, Oslo University, 2010
  6. “Islamic Law in Indonesia: Recent Debates on Islamic Family Law after Reformasi Era (1998-2007)”, MA thesis at Leiden University, the Netherlands, 2008.
  7. “Religious Understanding of and Attitude towards Gender Equality in Family in Yogyakarta Province, in cooperation with Cordaid, the Netherlands, 2006.
  8. “Pandangan Ulama’ Nahdlatul Ulama’ terhadap Counter Legal Draft Kompilasi Hukum Islam (Studi di Yogyakarta)”, thesis at UIN Yogyakarta, 2006.
  9. ”Nalar Islam Universitas Islam Indonesia (UII): Studi terhadap Pemikiran Keislaman UII dari Tahun 1945-2005,” institutional research of PSI-UII funded by LP UII, 2006
  10. ”Tipologi pemikiran umat Islam Yogyakarta: Studi terhadap buletin-buletin Jum’at di Masjid Yogyakarta,” institutional research of PSI-UII supported, 2006
  1. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. 2012. Mendialogkan HAM dan Syariah: Pembelajaran HAM di Kampus-kampus Islam. Yogyakarta: PSI UII, 2012. (main author)
  2. Teks Kajen dan Serat Cebolek sebagai Model Pembelajaran Resolusi Konflik: Studi Metaetika, Yogyakarta: PSI UII, 2012. (co-author)
  3. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. Apakah Islam Membenarkan Kekerasan terhadap Pelacur (yang dilacurkan)? Jakarta: KIAS, the Wahid Institute, and LBH APIK, 2011.
  1. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. 2016. “Women in Local Politics: The Byelaw on Prostitution in Bantul.” In Islam, Politics and Change: The Indonesian Experience after the Fall of Suharto, edited by Kees van Dijk and Nico J. G. Kaptein, 195–215. Leiden: Leiden University Press.

 

  1. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. 2009. “Membaca Ulang Perkawinan Beda Agama” in Tim Penulis, Bersikap Adil Jender: Manifesto Keberagamaan Keluarga Jogja. Yogyakarta: PSI UII

Fauzi, Muhammad Latif and Hermawan, Sulhani (ed), Islam dan HAM: Diskursus dan Pengalaman Indonesia. Yogyakarta: Kaukaba, 2012.

 

  1. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. 2019. “Registering Muslim Marriages: Penghulu, Modin, and the Struggles for Influence.’ Al-Jami’ah: Journal of Islamic Studies 57 (2): 397-424

 

  1. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. 2019. Actors And Norms in an Islamic Marriage: A Study of Madura Community in Rural Eastern East Java.” Journal of Indonesian Islam 13 (2): 297-325
  2. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. 2019. Book review on Women and Property Rights in Indonesian Islamic Legal Contexts, by John Bowen and Arskal Salim (eds). Bijdragen tot de taal-, land-en volkenkunde 175 (1): 92-94

 

  1. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. 2017. “Efektivitas Sidang Keliling (Studi di Pengadilan Agama Wonogori).” Al-‘Adalah 14 (2): 367-390

 

  1. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. 2017. “Islam, Adat, dan Politik: Perkembangan Ta’lik-Talak dan Pelembagaannya pada Era Kolonial.” Istinbath 16 (2): 302-320

 

  1. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. “Religious Symbolism and Democracy Encountered: A Case of Prostitution Bylaw of Bantul.” Al-Jami’ah: Journal of Islamic Studies 50 (1): 97–118.
  2. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. 2012b. “Traditional Islam in Javanese Society: The Roles of Kyai and Pesantren in Preserving Islamic Tradition and Negotiating Modernity.” Journal of Indonesian Islam 6 (1): 125–44. doi:10.15642/JIIS.2012.6.1.125-144.
  3. Fauzi, Muhammad 2010. “Islamic Family Law in Disputes: Reading the Open Gate of Indonesian Ijtihâd to the Criticism of the Kompilasi. Qanun, Journal of Islamic Law 1 (1): 19-38.
  4. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. 2008. “Bagaimanakah Generasi Fikih Indonesia Mendatang?”. Millah – Jurnal Studi Agama, 2008.
  5. Fauzi, Muhammad Latif. 2007. “Good Governance and the Emergence of Public Sphere: Gazing upon the Reform of Islamic law in Indonesia.” Millah – Jurnal Studi Agama 7 (1): 1-25.

Dimas Kanjeng and Modernity Challenged, The Jakarta Post, October 14, 2016 

  1. Presentasi paper “Islam, Law and Divorce: The Notion of Taklik Talak in Javanese Muslim Society” pada Summer School “Islam in Indonesia”, diselenggarakan the Netherlands Interuniversity School for Islamic Studies (NISIS), Belanda, di Istanbul, Turki, 26-30 Maret 2012.
  2. Presentasi paper “When Religious Law Prevails in the Uncertain State Law: Interreligious Marriage in Contemporary Indonesia” pada International Conference “Sharing Identity & Religious Tradition: Islam and other factors in South East Asia” diadakan al-Jami’ah: Journal of Islamic Studies, UIN Sunan Kalijaga, 14-16 Desember 2012.
  3. Presentasi paper “When Religious Law Prevails in the Uncertain State Law: Interreligious Marriage in Contemporary Indonesia” pada Spring School “Islam and the non-Muslim Other: Doctrines, Attitudes, and Practices“, diselenggarakan the Netherlands Interuniversity School for Islamic Studies (NISIS), Belanda, di Istanbul, Turki, 26-30 Maret 2012.
  4. International Conference “Islam and Human Rights: Theories and Practices in Contemporary Indonesia”, diadakan Pusat Studi Islam UII dan NCHR, Oslo University, March 2012.
  5. Presentasi paper “Democracy and Public Morality: Observing the Bantul Regulation on Banning Prostitution” pada International Conference “Islam and Democracy in Comparative Perspectives“ diadakan al-Jami’ah: Journal of Islamic Studies, UIN Sunan Kalijaga, 26-27 November 2011.
  6. International Conference “Is Indonesian Islam Different?  Islam in Indonesia in an international comparative perspective Bogor, 24-26 January 2011 (participant)
  7. Presentasi paper “Islam and good governance in Indonesia: Learning from the reform of Islamic Family Law” pada International Conference “Islam, Democracy and Good Governance in Indonesia” diadakan the TIYL, Universitas Leiden Belanda dan Kemenag, 6-8 Oktober 2009, di Novotel Semarang.

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