Farid F. Saenong

About Me
Dr Saenong is a lecturer at the Faculty of Islamic Studies, Indonesian International Islamic University (UIII). He pursued obtained his PhD from the Australian National University, and MA from the University of Manchester and Leiden University. He worked as a lecturer and researcher at the Binus International University International, Victoria University of Wellington, University of Waikato, and the University of New South Wales in Canberra. His research interests include, but are not limited to, Islamic studies, anthropology of Muslim society, deradicalisation studies, and text critiques. He has written book chapters and journal articles on these areas.

Work Experience
Universitas Islam Internasional Indonesia
2021 - PRESENT
BINUS International
2012 - PRESENT

Institute of Qur’anic Studies
2012 - PRESENT

UIN Syarif HidayatullaH
Victoria University of Wellington
2017 - 2019
Australian National University
2012 - 2016

Doctoral Degree, Anthropology
Australian National University

Master's Degree in Islamic Studies
University of Manchester

Master's Degree in Religious Studies
Universiteit Leiden

Bachelor Degree in Islamic Studies/Hadith Interpretation
UIN Syarif Hidayatullah

  • Relegitimizing Religious Authority: Indonesian Gender-Just ?Ulam?? Amid COVID-19 (2022)
  • Islam in History and the Future (2019)
  • Becoming Long-life Learner: Muslims and Pedagogic Tradition. Conference “Religion and Religious Education in Post-modern Era” (2018)
  • Vernacularising The Holy Scripture: The Translation of the Qur’an in Bugis Makassar Realm (18th-21st Centuries) (2018)
  • Poppo, Parakang, and the Likes: Cross-generational Treatments on Creatures and Monsters in Bugis- Makassar Realm. The 2017 Anthropology Symposium “Living with Monster” (2017)
  • Fighting Extremism, Empowering Moderatism: Presenting Moderate Ulama on Social Media. European Association of Southeast Asian Studies (2017)
  • Maintaining Virtual Home: Social Media and Pesantren Family and Communities. Workshop “Multimedia, Mobility,and the Digital Southeast Asian Family” (2017)
  • Revisiting the Anthropology of Religion: Towards the Anthropology of Muslim Societies. (2016)
  • Fighting Violent Extremism: Deradicalisation Projects in Indonesia. Islamic Studies Group Seminar Series (2016)