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NIP
198505112015031003
Nama
AULIYA RIDWAN, M.Pd.I
NPWP
45.441.742.9-644.000
NIDN
Unit Kerja
Program Studi Pendidikan Agama Islam
Rumpun Ilmu
AGAMA
Email
aridwan@uinsby.ac.id
Homepage

My career has led me to specialize increasingly in the issues of Islamic education in Indonesia, particularly from sociological and anthropological perspectives. This specialization was developed from my experience in carrying out several research projects on the previously mentioned areas in which I was dealing with data collection and analysis. I much concentrated on the academic discourses when I got a teaching position in IAIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya (2009-now). I was rewarded a scholarship called Human and Institutional Capacity Development (HICD) from the U.S. government in 2010 and I began my study in the U.S. in 2012. My cosmopolitan background of the Indonesian Islam was formed in the town where I was born, Bangkalan, and the campus where I took my first two degrees, IAIN Sunan Ampel. Furthermore, another degree I pursued in the U.S. provided me developmental perspective in education. The combination between Islamic education studies and development studies in education is highly beneficial in my career, particularly in terms of working through current Islamic education vis-à-vis societal development issues in academic discourse.

Jurnal
  1. Sistem Prevensi School Violence di Madura Berbasis Galtung''s Conflict Triangle (Islamica)
  2. Colonial Politics of Power and Cultural Identity Development of Islamic Education Vis-À-Vis European Education in The Netherlands East Indies Periods (Maraji: Jurnal Ilmu Keislaman)
  3. Multi-Disciplinary Approach in Indonesian Islamic Higher Education: A Western Perspective upon Epistemological Problem, Challenge, and Critique (Al-Ulum)
Artikel Koran
  1. Esensi masjid dan hijrah dalam Ramadhan (Duta Masyarakat)
Seminar/Conference
  1. The Language of Localities in Defining Islamic Education in East Java, Indonesia (Florida State University)
  2. The Shift in Responsibility to Pesantren: From Collective Efforts to Self-Struggle (UII-UGM)
  3. Negotiating the Religious and the Secular in Indonesia: The Development of Contemporary Pesantren Leadership (University of Western Australia)

- Islamic education and sociological analysis. - Qualitative research methods and data analysis. - Applied regression for social science. - Program evaluation designs.