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  • Luthfi Assyaukanie

    Luthfi Assyaukanie is the founder of OurIndonesia.
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  • Pradhana Adimukti

    Pradhana Adimukti lives in Jakarta. He is an enthusiast reader of history books and fictions.
  • Ulil Abshar Abdalla

    Ulil Abshar-Abdalla, MA. Cofounder of the Liberal Islam Network and Chairman of the Indonesian Centre for Islam and Pluralism (ICIP), a think thank that focuses on religious freedom and inter-faith dialogue. Ulil obtained his MA from Boston University specializing in Medieval Philosophy. He has been actively engaged in promoting human rights and freedom among Muslim communities in Indonesia. The Asia Foundation recognized him for his contribution to democracy and religious tolerance in Indonesia.
  • Andy Fuller

    Andy Fuller is an Australian scholar based in Leiden, the Netherlands. His interests include urban studies and popular culture (literature and sport).
  • Ari A. Perdana

    Ari A. Perdana is an economist and a lecturer at the Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia.
  • Haryo Aswicahyono

    Haryo Aswicahyono is an economist and a researcher at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Jakarta.
  • Barikatul Hikmah

    Barikatul Hikmah loves books, art, culinary, interesting people, random thoughts, and all things beautiful from clothes to bone structures. Most of the time you can find her quiet, even in the loudest group conversation, for she likes to observe and indulge raw energy from life around her.
  • Dida Darul Ulum

    Dida Darul Ulum is a part-time teacher at El-Karim Boarding School, Banten. He currently works at The Megawati Institute and focuses on conducting Ideological School of National Founders (SPPB).
  • Fajri Muslim

    Fajri Muslim is a Jakarta based personal stylist and fashion geek.
  • Abdul Moqsith Ghazali

    Abdul Moqsith Ghazali is a lecturer at the Syarif Hidayatullah National Islamic University, Jakarta. He is known as a liberal Muslim activist who advocates religious freedom and women empowerment in Indonesia. His pieces are published in national media.
  • Halim Miftahul Khoiri

    Halim Miftahul Khoiri received his BA in Philosophy from Paramadina University. His interests include religious studies, perennial philosophy, and sufism.
  • Natalia Laskowska

    Natalia Laskowska is a Polish academic and translator. She is completing her PhD at Leiden University, the Netherlands. Her interests include Islamic studies, Indonesian Islam, and Pakistani literature.
  • Lies Marcoes

    Lies Marcoes is an Indonesian human rights activist and an expert of gender and Islam.
  • Lynda Ibrahim

    Lynda Ibrahim is a Jakarta-based writer and consultant.
  • Ahmed Shams Madyan

    Ahmad Shams Madyan studied anthropology at Indonesia Consortium for Religious Studies (ICRS) of Gajah Mada University, Yogyakarta. His main interests include religion and cross-cultural studies.
  • Muhamad Ali

    Muhamad Ali is an Assistant Professor at University of California Riverside. His got his PhD in History from University of Hawaii at Manoa, Hawaii. His interests include Muslim history, comparative religions, and contemporary Islamic issues.
  • Saiful Mujani

    Saiful Mujani is a political scientist and founder of SMRC, Jakarta.
  • Lanny Octavia

    Lanny Octavia is working for a project on empowering women in Indonesia. She graduated from the International Islamic University in Pakistan, majoring in Islamic studies. She got her master degree from the University of Exeter, United Kingdom.
  • Pangeran Siahaan

    Pangeran Siahaan is a satirist and a social critic.
  • Rezqi Barizzie Putra

    Rezqi Barizzie Putra is a student and freelance writer based in Palu, Central Sulawesi.
  • Lutfi Khoiri Rosyida

    Lufi Khoiri Rosyida graduated from Paramadina University, majoring in Philosophy. She was a fellow at the Jakarta Post.
  • Saidiman Ahmad

    Saidiman Ahmad is a human rights activist and former program manager of the Liberal Islam Network, a liberal think tank based in Jakarta. He studied Public Policy for his Master degree at ANU, Australia. He is currently working at Saiful Mujani Research and Consulting (SMRC), Jakarta.
  • Martin Lukito Sinaga

    Martin Lukito Sinaga is working at Lutheran World Federation Geneva Area, Switzerland.
  • Sumanto Al Qurtuby

    Sumanto Al Qurtuby is Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM) in Saudi Arabia. Prior to Joining KFUPM, he was a visiting research fellow at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies and a faculty fellow at the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies (both at the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, Ind.).
  • Timo Duile

    Timo Duile is a lecturer at the department of Oriental and Asian Studies at Bonn University and at the department of Cultural Anthropology at Cologne University, Germany.