Eka Srimulyani
State Islamic University Ar-Ranirry Banda Aceh

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Islamic Schooling in Aceh: Change, Reform and Local Context Srimulyani, Eka
STUDIA ISLAMIKA Vol 20, No 3 (2013)
Publisher : Pusat Pengkajian Islam dan Masyarakata (PPIM) UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

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The history of Islamic educational reform in Indonesia shows that the emergence of the kaum muda group  at the beginning of the twentieth century is connected with the emergence of the modern model of Islamic education called “madrasah”.  After independence, the central government established a number of madrasahs for religious education and sekolah for ‘non-religious’ education in a number of areas in Indonesia. Focusing on Islamic education and schools in Aceh, this article argues that although the development of Islamic education in the area initially followed the state-wide pattern of contestation between modernist and traditionalist groups, the context, timing, socio-political factors behind reform and change was varied. This article shows that there is a close intersection between educational change and reform with non-educational factors such as government policies, local socio-political changes, amongst others.
Women and Matrimonial Lives in Aceh ‘Matrifocal’ Society: A Preliminary Survey Srimulyani, Eka
Heritage of Nusantara: International Journal of Religious Literature and Heritage Vol 4, No 2 (2015)
Publisher : Center for Research and Development of Religious Literature and Heritage

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Some related marriage traditions, the religious rituals and cultural practices varied across Indonesian societies or ethnic groups. Apart from the principles guided by the Islamic injunctions, the cultural aspects involved in those practices are indeed not typical, modified and changes over the time. In a matrifocal society like Aceh, women had strong roles in adat (cultural) ceremonies such as marriage its related activities as well as ceremonies. This article elaborates some matrimonial tradition within Aceh matrifocal setting of [traditional] Acehenese society. What has changed, and driven behind those changes are among the focus of this brief portrait of women and matrimonial traditions.The data in this article came from my previous research on matrifocality[i], which was then combined with some current data from the field that has connection to the marriage and its wedding practices and ceremonies.[i]      Some parts of this research has been published in Al-jamiah Journal of Islamic Studies vol. 48, no. 2, pp. 321 – 342. Under the title: Islam, Adat and The State: Matrifocality in Aceh Revisited.
THE IDEA OF MAHMUD YUNUS TO REFORM ARABIC TEACHING Srimulyani, Eka
Jurnal Ilmiah Didaktika Vol 12, No 1 (2011): Jurnal Ilmiah DIDAKTIKA Agustus 2011
Publisher : State Islamic University (UIN) of Ar-Raniry

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In Indonesian Islamic education, Mahmud Yunus is an educationalist who is full of idea and discourse to reform the Islamic education. Moreover, as the one who get involved in Religious department bureaucracy and other structural positions in Islamic institution, including his last career as the first rector of Imam Bonjol Islamic Institution of Padang, Mahmud Yunus has some chances to manifest his idea and discourse widely through his positions. If we try to analyze his idea on reformation in education and teaching, we can clearly see that he has put serious attention to Arabic Language and Arabic teaching. He has written many books such as Arab-Indonesia Dictionary (Qamus), Arabic Language Textbook, called Durus al-Lughah al-‘Arabiyyah, and a special book about Arabic Teaching.
Islamic Schooling in Aceh: Change, Reform, and Local Context Srimulyani, Eka
Studia Islamika Vol 20, No 3 (2013): Studia Islamika
Publisher : Center for Study of Islam and Society (PPIM) Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University

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The history of Islamic educational reform in Indonesia shows that the emergence of the kaum muda group at the beginning of the twentieth century is connected with the emergence of the modern model of Islamic education called “madrasah”.  After independence, the central government established a number of madrasahs for religious education and sekolah for ‘non-religious’ education in a number of areas in Indonesia. Focusing on Islamic education and schools in Aceh, this article argues that although the development of Islamic education in the area initially followed the state-wide pattern of contestation between modernist and traditionalist groups, the context, timing, socio-political factors behind reform and change was varied. This article shows that there is a close intersection between educational change and reform with non-educational factors such as government policies, local socio-political changes, amongst others.DOI: 10.15408/sdi.v20i3.513
NYAI DAN UMI DALAM TRADISI PESANTREN DI JAWA DAN DAYAH DI ACEH:ACHIEVED DAN DERIVATIVE POWER Srimulyani, Eka
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 11, No 1 (2009)
Publisher : P2KK LIPI

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Pesantren as well as other traditional Islamic education institutions such as dayah used to be portrayed as an institution that set up particular boundaries on women’s public roles. The leadership system applied in the given institutions is also apparently patriarchal; in which man use to be prioritized in the succession of pesantren or dayah leadership. Besides, some discourses of the text books or literatures taught tend to absorb some patriarchal values. Nevertheless, beyond its patriarchal images, indeed there are still some spaces for women’s agency either in the pesantren or dayah – that would include the leadership system or even beyond. This will be feasible either through a ‘derivative power’ when the status is inherited or ‘achieved power’; when personal struggle is dominant to achieve it. Keywords: pesantren, dayah, achieved power, derivative power