DOI:​10.2752/175183408X328299
Corpus ID: 143724879
Ethical pleasure, visual dzikir, and artistic subjectivity in contemporary indonesia
K. George
Published 2008
Sociology

Material Religion
ABSTRACT Drawing from a long-term ethnographic collaboration with Indonesian painter A. D. Pirous, this article examines the mingling of art and religion for what it may tell us about subjectivity… Expand
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