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CURRICULUM VITAE
 (Long Version)

EDUCATION:
1.    McGill University, Canada Post-doc
(2 years)
Faculty of Arts and Communication
1998-2000
Project: Analyzing six different national newspapers of the Malay world (inc. Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei); Research published by the Centre for Asia Pacific Initiatives (CAPI), Victoria (Canada).
2.    Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada (UQAM)
1994-1998
Ph.D. International Communication – Development (mention : Excellent/Summa CumLaude)
Dissertation : “Communication, Islam and Development in Indonesia: Various perspectives of the South Sulawesi Muslim population on Family Planning and Welfare.” Muslim’s response to a Western Family Planning Program (work published by INIS Publishings, Leiden the Netherlands, 2004).

3.    McGill University, Canada
1991-1993
M.A., Institute of Islamic Studies– Cross Cultural Communication, Modernity and Nation State, Muslim Response to Development.
Thesis: “Islam and Nation State Formation in Indonesia, a cross cultural perspective” (published by Logos, 2000).

4.    Gajah-Mada University, Indonesia.
1990-1991
Intensive intercultural training (Certificate)
5.    IAIN Walisongo Institute, Semarang, Indonesia
1989-1990
Cultural Studies andSocial Sciences (Certificate)
Subjects: Culture/Language, and Humanities Training.
6.    IAIN Alauddin Institute, Makassar, Indonesia
1983-1986
Doctorandus (M.A. Hons)
Subjects: Arab History, Culture, Literature and Arabic
7.    IAIN Alauddin Institute, Makassar, Indonesia
1980-1983
B.A. (Hons)
Subjects: History / Humanities.
8.    Pesantren Darud Da’wah Wal Irsyad (DDI) dan                       1974-1980
PGAN Pare-pare, Sulsel.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

1.    Dean, Faculty of Communication 
Pancasila Jakarta.

2.    Visiting professor, University Kebangsaan Malaysia
December 20-30.

3.    Southeast Asian Research for Education Program               
 (SEAREP, Manila).
Research Fellow:
Religious Study Groups in the Philippines and Thailand.

4.    Asian Public Intellectual (API), Japan.
Research Fellow:
Religious Learning Groups in Japan and the Philippines.

5.    Director, International Office, Universitas Islam Negeri, Jakarta.
2009 on-going


2009


Since 2008




Since 2008



2007-2011
Responsible for International Cooperation between UIN and
overseas universities.           

6.    Asian Scholarship Foundation (ASF) joint with Ford Foundation (Bangkok).
Research Fellow:
Islam in Cambodia: Cham Contribution to Civil Society.
   Since 2007


7.    Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies (Oxford University, UK)
Research Fellow:
Bukhari Visiting Fellowship
Research: Muslim Learning Groups in Cham Muslims (Cambodia and Vietnam).

  Since 2005

8.    KITLV, Leiden, the Netherlands.
Research Fellow:
Research on regional autonomy in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
   Since 2004

9.    International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), Leiden/Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
    Since 2002

Research Fellow. Including organization of international seminars
Responsibilities : Research and writing; planning, organization, management and supervision of two international Conferences; pursue active networking with organizations and individuals working on pressing development issues in Indonesia.
Theme addressed : Indonesian majelis taklim and pengajian (Religious learning groups) and their contribution to civil Society in ASEAN ; The Bugis-Makassarese diaspora in ASEAN; Festival and International Seminar on Sawerigading.

10.    University of Victoria, BC, Canada
2000-2002
Assistant Professor
Responsibilities: Teaching and administrative tasks within the Department of Pacific and Asian Studies
Subjects taught: History of the Pacific & Asia Region (Pre-war); History of Post-war Pacific and Asia Region; Media and Civil Society in ASEAN countries (Seminar); Research Theories and Problems (Seminars); Research and Methodology (for Honors students).
Supervision of students (B.A Honours theses)
Dept. of Pacific & Asian Studies, University of Victoria, B.A. Honours, 2002.

11.    McGill University, Canada
1998-2000
· Researcher and Paper presenter at the Graduate Program in Communication
     Subject: “Media and news flow in the Malay world” (ASEAN countries).

12.    McGill University, Canada
1998-2000
· Lecturer at the Department of East Asian Studies
  Subject taught: “Pacific Asia in the 20th Century”
· Guest speaker at the Department of East Asian Studies
   Subject taught: “Communication and Development in Indonesia.

13.    University of  Québec of Montreal, Canada  Teaching Assistance.

1994-1998
14.    Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) – State  Islamic University, Jakarta
2002 on-going
Guru Besar (Professor)
Subjects taught (for BA, MA, PhD): Human Communication, theory and research (doctoral seminar); journalism (graduate seminar for MA students); Komunikasi Terapan Untuk Dakwah, Tipologi Dai dan Dakwah Kontemporer, Isu-Isu dakwah Kontemporer, Cross-cultural and Religious Communication to practicing teachers; psychology of Communication (BA students).

· Supervision of students (B.A., M.A. & Ph.D.);
Committee member: theses and dissertation defences.
15.    University of Gunadarma, Jakarta, Indonesia
2002 on-going
Guru Besar
Subject taught: Translation: an intercultural Communication perspective.

16.    University of  Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
2008 on-going
Guru Besar
Subject taught: Communication Psychology.

17.    University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia
2006 on-going
Guru Besar
Subject taught: Media Sociology
Commettee member: thesis proposal exams.

18.    PTIQ, Jakarta.

19.    University of Padjadjaran, Bandung
Guru Besar
Subject taught: Communication International.
       
20.    Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN), Sumatera Utara, Medan.

21.    Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN), Ternate.

22.    Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN), Alauddin, Makassar-Gorontalo
2013

2012 on-going



2012 on-going

2007-2013

1986-1993
Lecturer
Subjects taught: Introduction to social sciences; Cultural studies and languages (Arabic).
23.    Asia Pacific Foundation, Montreal-Vancouver, Canada
2000
Collaborator – Teaching Guide (on the Internet)
Project: Voix asiatiques pour les jeunes (Asian Voices for Youth)
Internet site developed as a teaching tool to help Canadian high school teachers integrate the study of Asia and the contributions of Asian Canadians to their curriculum.
24.    Cultural pre-departure training
1998-2000
Trainer
Project: Training provided to Canadian development workers and media personnel on a mission to Indonesia (including the following organizations: Societe conseil en gestion de projets internationaux– Society for management training in international projects, Canada Inter Inc, the TVA Canadian television network).
Trainer:
Cross cultural training: Crown Relocation. Training provided to to Foreign workers from North America, Europe, East Asia, South Asia, and Australia. Among other Unilevers.
25.    Development of two Conference websites
1999
In Virtual Conference on Good Governance: A workable solution for Indonesia.http://www. geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hall/4493/Montreal April 15-May 5, 1999.
22.  Editor,  Jurnal Komunikasi Islam STAIN  Purwokerto.


23.  Editor, Journal Lektur (Jurnal Terakreditasi Nasional) Religious Departments of the Republic Indonesia.


24.  Editor, Journal Coverage Faculty of Communication Pancasila University, Jakarta.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

1.      Pengawas Koperasi Obor Nusantara, 2014.

2.      Komisaris PT. Sarana Land, 2014.

3.      Pengawas Koperasi Garuda Emas Sejahtera, 2014.

4.      Pengawas Koperasi Reso Pammase, 2013.

5.      Ketua Umum Koperasi Camar (Primer Nasional) 2013-sekarang.

6.      Pengawas Koperasi Berkah Madani, 2012-sekarang.

7.      Pengawas Koperasi Simpan Pinjam Amanah Madani.

8.      Pengawas Koperasi Simpan Pinjam Pitu Riase.

9.      Ketua Umum Koperasi Simpan Pinjam Bakti Mandiri 2000 sd 2007, 10. 000 anggota/nasabah, Indonesia.

10.  Ketua Umum Koperasi Bakti Marhani 2006-sekarang, dengan nasabah 1000 orang, Indonesia.

11.  Ketua Umum Koperasi Bakti Mandiri Syariah 2005-sekarang, dengan nasabah 1000 orang, Indonesia.

12.  Ketua Umum Koperasi Bakti Huria 2003-sekarang, dengan nasabah 12000 orang, Indonesia.


FIELD RESEARCH COMPLETED:

1.        Islam and Civil Society in Marawi City and Tokyo.
2008-2009
2.        Pengajian Islam di Filipina dan Pattani.
2008-2009


3.        How do Cham majlis taklims (Religious non-forml education) contribute to civil Society in  Cambodia.” –  Qualitative research.

2007-2008
4.        “Religious learning groups in Jakarta” –  Qualitative research.

2002-2007
5.        How do Cham majlis taklims (Religious non-formal education) contribute to civil Society in  Seattle, U.S.A..” –  Qualitative research.

2001-2002
6.        Indonesian-Americans and their Contribution to civil Society in Los Angeles” –  Qualitative research.

2001
7.        Gender and employment: A Study of the role of the IAIN-Makassar (Islamic Institute of Higher Education) in the Development of Human Resources in South Sulawesi.–  Qualitative and quantitative research.

2000
8.        Media Flow and Civil Society in Southeast Asia” – Qualitative and quantitative research.

1998 & 2000
9.        Comprehensive Security and the Issue of Religious and Ethnic Conflicts in Indonesia: Problems of  domestic security.”Qualitative Research.

1998
10.    Communication, Islam and Development in Indonesia: An analysis of the different perspectives of the South Sulawesi Muslim population on family welfare and family planning.”– Qualitative research.

1996
11.    “Femmes, croyances et contraception: le rôle joué par une organisation non gouvernementale religieuse en Indonésie.” (Women, beliefs and contraception: The role played by an NGO in Indonesia). Qualitative research.
1996


FELLOWSHIP AND AWARDS:
Fellowships/Scholarships

1.        Research Fellow (Asian Public Intellectuals).
2008-2009
2.        Research Fellow (Seasrep, Manila).
2008-2009
3.        Research Fellow (Asian Scholarship Foundation, Bangkok).
2007-2008
4.        Research fellowship (Oxford University, UK)
       Research on Religious non-formal education in Cambodia.
2005-2006
5.        Research Fellowship (KITLV, Leiden The Netherlands)
       Research on Regional autonomy in Indonesia).
2004-2005
6.        Research Fellowship (IIAS, Leiden/ Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
       Research on Majelis Taklims in Jakarta.
2002-2004
7.        Post-Doctoral fellowship (McGill University)
       Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
       Research on News Flow in the Malay World (Southeast Asia).
1998-2000
8.        Ph.D. Scholarship
       Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC)
       Research on Family Planning and Family Welfare in Indonesia.
1997-1998
9.        Ph.D. Scholarship
       Fonds pour la Formation de Chercheurs et l’Aide à la Recherche – FCAR, Quebec Government grant
       Research on Family Welfare in Indonesia.
1997
10.    Fellowship
       Canadian Cooperation Office, via the Université du Québec à Montréal’s Foundation.
1994-1996
11.    M.A. Scholarship (McGill University)
       Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA).
1991-1993
12.    B.A. Scholarship (IAIN Alauddin)
       Government of the Province of South Sulawesi.
1983-1986



Grants/awards

13.    Best International Researcher Publishing Academic Articles 2000 According to Dept of Religious Affairs.
2007-2008
14.    Research grant
       By the Indonesia-Canada Higher Education Project (CIDA). “Gender and employment: A Study of the role of the IAIN-Makassar in the Development of Human Resources in South Sulawesi” (including field research).

15.    Seminar organization grant
       By the Canadian International Development Agency, in order to organize an international Conference and a virtual Conference on “Good Governance in Indonesia” (see section: Seminars and Conferences Organized).
1999
16.    Field research grant
       By the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
1999
17.    Chosen to represent Canadian graduate students in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, at the Asia Pacific Roundtable (May 31-June 4, 1998)
       Awarded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, through the Canadian Consortium on Asia Pacific Security (CANCAPS).
1998
18.    Finalist of the World LKTMI Competition (Indonesian Graduate Students’ in North America Association)
       Invited to Present a Paper at the University of California at Berkeley, USA.
1997
19.    Professional Grant by the Canadian Bureau of International Education (CBIE)
       Co-researcher.
1996

SEMINAR AND CONFERENCE ORGANIZED:

1.    “Kuliah Umum Kapita Selekta Dan Perencanaan Komunikasi.”
Organized by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

2.    “How To Get Published in An International Journal?”
Sponsored by the ADI, Asosiasi Dosen Indonesia and University of Indonesia.                             
 
3.    “Seminar Internasional Revitalization of Civilization for the attainment of justice prosperity and peace in pluralism : The Risale-I Nur Perspective.”
Organized by UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta.

4.    “The Role and Place of Prophethood  in Humanity’s Journey to The Truth: The Perspective of the Risale-I Nur.” Turkey.

5.    “Journalism and Thinking Skills.” Discussion of Lecture Organized by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

6.    “Penyusunan Instrumen Pembelajaran.”
Seminar and Workshop Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

7.    “Proceedings International Conference On Islam, Politics, Laws, and Social Sciences, International Office Alauddin State University Makassar.”
Sponsored by Bakti Huria, Qamus Institute, Mawar Advertising.

8.    “Seminar Internasional Media dan Komunikasi.”
Seminar and Workshop Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

9.    Seminar dan Workshop Koperasi dan Komunikasi Pemasaran untuk Penguatan UMKM di Indonesia.”
Seminar and Workshop Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

10.                  “Pelatihan dan Penyegaran Metodologi Peneltian Kualitatif.”
Seminar and Workshop Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

11.                  “Pembajakan Film di Indonesia.”
Seminar Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

12.                  “Gender Producing Advertising.”
Studium Generale Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

13.                  “Komunikasi Integral and Manajemen Media.” Seminar Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

14.                  “Menjadi Kaya dengan Menulis.” Seminar Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.



15.                  Said Nursi on Harmony and Peace, International Office, UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta.”
Sponsored by UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta.

Oktober  2, 2014



March 4, 2014




April 17-19, 2014





September 22-24, 2013


February 11, 2013



February 21, 2013   



January 14, 2013





June 5, 2012



Desember 6-7, 2011




November 16-17, 2011



January 28, 2010


December 9, 2009


  November 26,      
  2009


     August 10, 2009



      

       July 23-24,  
       2009

16.                  “Antara Hobi, Bakat, dan Bisnis.” Jurnalistik Music, Seminar Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

17.                  “School of Broadcast Media.” Seminar Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.


18.                  “Seks Tabu.” Seminar Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

19.                  “Serunya Jadi Pekerja Iklan.” Bedah Iklan Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

20.                  “Perfilman Indonesia.” Seminar Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

21.                  “Konvergensi Media.” Studium Generale,
Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

22.                  “Bedah Film Dealova.”
Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

23.                  “Peluang Kerja dalam Dunia Komunikasi.”  Open House and Seminar Organized and Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

24.                  “Professional di Bidang Komunikasi.” Open House and Seminar Sponsored by University of Pancasila Jakarta.

25.                  “Bugis Diaspora and the Dissemination of Muslim Authority in the 20th Century Malay-Indonesian Archipelago.”
June 18, 2009



December 13,
2008



      August 13, 2008

July 16, 2008



June 13, 2008

September 12, 2007



August 30, 2007


August 8, 2007



July 11, 2007



June 6-8, 2003

Sponsored by the IIAS, the Neitherlands, with the Collobation of the IAIN Alauddin and the contribution of the Governor of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Held at Hotel Sahid, Makassar, Indonesia (25 Speakers Presented Papers). The Proceedings are being Reviewed by the Editor (Andi Bakti et al.).

26.                  Galigo Festival and Sawerigading International Seminar”
December 10-14, 2003
Sponsored by the Governor of South Sulawesi, and Districts of Luwu, Indonesia.
Held at Masamba, South Sulawesi, Indonesia.
27.                  Member of the jury for a Speech Contest Organized by the Student Society for Asia Pacific & Asian Studies
March 1, 2002
University of Victoria, BC, Canada at Comosun College.       
28.                  Assisting the Committee–Conference on “The Communities in Southeast Asia, Challenges and Responses.
October 26-27, 2002
Organized by the Center for Asia Pacific Initiatives (CAPI), University of Victoria, BC, Canada.
29.                  “Reflecting on the ‘Old’ and ‘New’ in Islam and/or Asia”
June 5-7, 1999
Organized as part of the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities Council of Canada. Sherbrooke University, Quebec, Canada.
30.                  “Good Governance: A Workable Solution for Indonesia?”
      May 10-12, 1999
International Conference, McGill University, Montreal (Canada)
Participation of the Institute of Islamic Studies, McGill University, Montreal.
Followed by the Publication of an Edited Book, as well as the Publication and Distribution of a Recommendation Report.
31.                  Virtual Conference. “Good Governance for Indonesia” (Internet)
April 15-
5th May 1999
Over 100 Participants Worldwide.
32.                  “Religious and Ethnic Conflicts in Indonesia: Towards a Workable Solution”
Aug. 22, 1998
McGill University, Montreal, Canada, Over One Hundred Participants Attended from North America.



PUBLICATIONS:

Books
1.    Bakti, Andi Faisal. (2014). Abdul Qahhar Mudzakkar: Ketegaran Seorang Pejuang Bangsa. Jakarta: Churia Press.

2.    ------. (2012). Literasi Politik dan Konsolidasi Demokrasi. Jakarta: Churia Press.

3.    -------. (2011). “Southeast Asia, Dakwah in the Malay World.” Oxford Journal (on Press). New York: Oxford Press.

4.    -------. (2010). Nation Building: Kontribusi Komunikasi Lintas Agama dan Budaya dalam Kebangkitan Bangsa Indonesia. Jakarta: Churia Press. 2nd Edition.

5.    --------. (2006). Nation Building: Kontribusi Komunikasi Lintas Agama dan Budaya dalam Kebangkitan Bangsa Indonesia. Jakarta: Churia, ISBN 979-15393-0-8.

6.    -------. (2004). Communication and Family Planning in Islam in Indonesia: South Sulawesi Muslim Perceptions of a Global Development Program. Leiden-Jakarta: INIS.
ISBN 979-8116-71-2.

7.    ------. (2000). Islam and Nation Formation: From Communitarian to Organizational Communications. Jakarta: Logos. ISBN 979-626-097-2.

8.    -----.   (2000). (Ed.) Good Governance: A workable solution for Indonesia? Jakarta, Montreal:ICMI and Logos. ISBN 979-626-090-5.

9.    ------. (2000). (Ed.) Good Governance and Conflict Resolution in Indonesia: From Authoritarian Government to Civil Society. Jakarta, Montreal: Logos. ISBN 979-626-089-1.


Journals
1.        Bakti, Andi Faisal. (2013) “Relevansi Pemikiran Nurcholish Madjid untuk Pembangunan Bangsa” Titik Temu, Jurnal Dialog Peradaban, Vo;. 6 No. 1 (July-December 2013): 35-49.

2.        ---------. (2013). “Raising Public Consciousness about the Importance of Freedom of Expression in A Democratic Society and on Enhancing the Quality of Life of The Ordinary Citizen: The Case of Indonesia.” The Journal of Development Communication, Vol. 24 No.1 (June 2013): 1-14.

3.        ---------. (2012), “Trendsetter Komunikasi di Era Digital: Tantangan dan Peluang Pendidikan Komunikasi dan Penyiaran Islam.” Journal IAIN Dakwah Sunan Ampel Surabaya and Asosiasi Profesi Dakwah Islam Indonesia. Jki Press

4.        ---------. (2011). “Southeast Asia, Dakwah in the Malay World.” Oxford Journal. New York: Oxford Press.

5.        ---------. (2011). “Unity in Diversity among Muslims in the Malay World: Literary Works as Seen from The Perspective of Communication.” In Salleh Yappan. Rainbows of Malay Literature and Beyond. Penang: USM Press. (Ed.).

6.        ---------. (2010). “Women In The West And In Indonesia: How Can Islam Contribute to Social Development?” Zainal Abidin Syah, Vol. 1 No. 1 (September): 1-21.

7.        --------. (2008). “Communication and Violence: Communicating Human Integrity Characteristics is Necessary for Horizontal Conflict Resolution in Indonesia,” Identity, Culture, and Politics Vol. 9, No. 1 (July 2008): 74-114.

8.        --------. (2006). “Paradigma Andrew Rippin dalam Studi Tafsir,” Jurnal Study al-Qur’an dan Neo-Orientalisme, Apresiasi dan Kritik terhadap Kajian Andrew Rippin, Vol. 1, No 2, pp. 75-86. (ISSN: 1907-1302).

9.        --------. (2006). “Daarut Tauhiid: New Approach to Dakwah for Peace in Indonesia,” Jurnal Kajian Dakwah dan Komunikasi, Vol 8, No. 1 (June): 1-29.

10.    --------. (2006) “Bugis dan Islam: Persebaran Darud Dakwah wal Irsyad (DDI) di Indonesia,” Al-Turas, Vol, 12, no. 1 (January): 30-42.

11.    --------. (2006). “Majelis Az-Zikra: New Approach to Dakwah for Civil Society in Indonesia,” Mimbar Agama dan Budaya, Vol. 23, No. 1 (June):14-24.


12.    ---------. (2005). “Islam and Modernity: Nurcholish Madjid Interpretation of Civil Society, Pluralism, Secularism and Democracy.” Asian Journal of Social Sciences, Brill, Leiden, Vol 33, No. 3 (November): 486-505.

13.    --------. (2005). “Collective Memories of Qahhar Movement,” in Mary S. Zurbuchen, ed. Beginning to Remember. Seattle: University of Washington Press; Singapore: National University of Singapore, pp. 123-149.

14.    --------. (2004). “Paramadina and its Approach to Culture and Communication: An Engagement in Civil Society.” Archipel, Paris, 68 (December): 315-341.

15.    --------.  (2004). “Paramadina” in Bulletin of the International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS), Leiden/Amsterdam June: 26.

16.    --------.  (2000). “Communication Parallels in the Influence of Religious Values in the Development of Japan and Indonesia.” Review of Human Factor Studies, Vol. 6, No. 1 (June): 1-32.

17.    --------. (2001). “Rebel Rises from the Dead: Sulawesians believe that Qahhar, their rebel hero, has risen again.” Inside Indonesia, Nov, Australia.

18.    --------.  (2000). “Major Conflicts in Indonesia. How can Communication Contribute to a Solution?” Review of Human Factor Studies, volume 6, No. 2 (December): 33-56.

19.    --------.  (1999). “Newsflow and Civil Society during the Crises within the Malay World.”
                     http://phuakl.tripod.com/pssm/Conference/andi.htm. Institute of Postgraduate Studies and Research, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, August 2-4.

20.    --------. (1999). “Pitfalls Experienced by Past Governments: From the Perspective of Communication and Development.” In Virtual Conference on Good Governance: A workable solution for Indonesia. http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hall/4493/Montreal April 15-May 5.

21.    --------.  (1998). and Marc Lanteigne. “Eye of the Storm: the 1998 Asia Pacific Roundtable.” Canadian Consortium for Asia Pacific Security (CANCAPS) Bulletin, No. 18 (August): 12-14.

22.    -------.  (1997). “Participatory Communication and Local Conventional Networks: Using Local Traditional Networks for Community Development.” In Virtual Conference Hall on Participatory Communication:
 one approach to sustainable development. http://www.panasia.org.sg /conf.
Singapore Nov. 10-29.




Book chapters

1.Bakti, Andi Faisal (2014). “Kesan dan Kegiatan Para Pengikut Abdul Qahhar Mudzakkar: Perspektif Anti Hegemonis.” Organized by Qamus Institute. pp. 129.Tangerang-Banten

2.-------, (2013). “Pendekatan Komunikasi Antar Budaya Sebagai Solusi
              Konflik Horizontal di Indonesia.” International Conference On Islam   
              Politics, Laws and Social Sciences. Organized by International Office
              Allauddin State Islamic University  (UIN). pp. 2 – 40. Makassar,
              January 14, 2013

3.--------. (2011). “Kata Pengantar.” Dinamika Komunikasi Politik. Jakarta: Lasswell visitara, pp. v-vii.

4.--------. (2011). “Unity in Diversity among Muslims in the Malay Word: Literary Works  as Seen from The Perspective of Communication.” Rainbows of Malay Literature and Beyond. Kuala Lumpur: USM, pp. 45-80.

5.-------.  (2010).“Konstruksi Dakwah Islam Universal Melalui Haji.” Dinamika dan Perspektif Haji Indonesia. Jakarta: Direktorat Jenderal Penyelenggaraan Haji dan Umrah RI, pp. 122-136.

6.-------. (2010). The Contribution of Da`wah to Communication Studies: Risale-I Nur Collection Perspective.” International Conference on Knowledge, Faith, Morality, and the Future of Humanity. Turkey: Trk Hava Yollari, pp. 195-216.

7.-------. (2008). ”Islamic Religious Learning Groups and Civil Society: How
                do Muslims Contribute to Civil Society in Japan and the   
                Philippines?” The 8th Asian Public Intellectuals Fellowship (API).   
                Japan:Nippon Foundation, pp. 43-56.

8.--------. (2007). “Kekuasaan Keluarga di Wajo, Sulawesi Selatan,” In Henk                 
                Schulte Norholt and Gerry van Klinken helped by Ireen Karang-
                Hoogenboom (eds). Politik Lokal di Indonesia. Jakarta: KITLF and
                Yayasan Obor Indonesia, pp. 491-504.

9.--------.  (2005). “Collective Memories of the Qahhar Movement,” in Mary
                Zurbuchen, ed. Begining to Remember: the Past in the Indonesian
                 Present, pp. 123-149. SingaporeUniversityPress/SeattleUniversity  
                of Washington Press.

9.--------. (2005) “Good Governance dalam Islam: Gagasan dan Pengalaman,” in Komaruddin Hidayat and Ahmad Gaus AF, eds. Islam Negara dan Civil Society: Gerakan dan Pemikiran Islam Kontemporer, p. 328-351. Jakarta: Paramadina.

10. --------. (2003). “Communication and Dakwah: Religious Learning Groups and their Role in the Islamic Human Security and Rights for Indonesian Civil Society,” in Wayne Nelles, ed. Comparative Education, Terrorism and Human Security from Critical Pedagogy to Peacebuilding, pp. 109-125. New York, United States: Palgrave Macmillan.

11. --------. “Human Factor Characteristics and the McGill-IAIN Project.” In The International Development Program of Activities: What Are We Doing Wrong? edited by: Senyo Adjibolosoo. Bloomington, United States: 1st Books, 2003, pp. 231-264.

12. --------. (2002). “Press Portrayal of Civil Society in Southeast Asia,” in William Nielson (ed.), Communities in Southeast Asia. Part VI (Governance and Civil Society), pp 428-453. Victoria,Canada: Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives.

13. --------. “Education for Human Quality Appreciation: The kingpin for sustaining development-Communication in Indonesia.” In Senyo Adjibolosoo (ed.). Portraits of Behavior and Performance: Human factor in action. New York: University Press of America, 2001. ISBN paperback: 0-7618-2039-6. ISBN hard cover: 0-7618-2038-8.

14. --------. “Communication and Culture in Indonesia: Old Order and New Order Perspectives on the Human Quality and Performance Effectiveness.” In Senyo Adjibolosoo (ed.). Portraits of Behavior and Performance: Human factor in action. New York: University Press of America, 2001, ISBN paperback: 0-7618-2039-6. ISBN hard cover: 0-7618-2038-8.

15. --------. “Religious Values and Development: The Significance of the Indonesian Communication Experience.” In Senyo Adjibolosoo (ed.). The Human Factor in Shaping the Course of History and Development, pp. 197-224. New York: University Press of America, 2000. ISBN 0-7618 1613-5 (cloth:alk.ppr.).

16. --------. “Comprehensive Security and the Issue of Religious and Ethnic Conflicts in Indonesia: Problems of Domestic Security.” In Andi Bakti (ed.), Good Governance and Conflict Resolution in Indonesia: From Authoritarian Government to Civil Society. Jakarta, Montreal: Logos, 2000, pp. 1-9.

17. --------. “Understanding How Communication Works: The Key to Good Governance for Development in Indonesia.” In Andi Bakti (ed.), Good Governance and Conflict Resolution in Indonesia: From Authoritarian Government to Civil Society. Jakarta, Montreal: Logos, 2000, pp. 21-35.

18. --------. “Pitfalls of the Past Governments of Indonesia: Good Governance from the Perspectives of Communication and Development.” In Andi Bakti (ed.), Good Governance and Conflict Resolution in Indonesia: From Authoritarian Government to Civil Society. Jakarta, Montreal: Logos, 2000, pp. 37-50.

19. --------. “Remembering the Regional Revolution in Sulawesi: A Study of the Collective Memories of the ‘Long Qahhar 1950-1965’ movement.” In Mary Zurbuchen, Beginning to Remember: The Past in the Indonesian Present. Singapore-Washington: University of Washington Press-Singapore University Press. Los Angeles,2005.

20. --------. “Religious and Ethnic Conflicts in Indonesia: Pressing and Potentially Destabilizing Comprehensive Domestic Security Issues.” In Andi F. Bakti (ed.), Good Governance in Indonesia: A Workable Solution for Indonesia. Jakarta, Montreal: Logos, 2000, pp. 181-208.

21. --------. “The Political Thought and Communication of Ibn Khaldun.” In The Dynamics of the Islamic Civilisation, pp. 233-250. Montreal, Yogyakarta: Titian Ilahi Press, 1997. ISBN No. 979-9019-13-31997.

22. --------. “The Contribution of Islamic Communication in Indonesian National Integration.” In H. Asari et al., (ed.), Islam in Various Perspectives, pp. 233-247. Yogyakarta: LPMI, 1995. ISBN No. 979-8916-00-X.

Encyclopedia

1.        Bakti, Andi Faisal, “Muhammadiyah.” In Levinson, David and Karen Christensen, et al., Eds. (2002) Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
2.        --------. “Bandung Institute of Technology.” In Levinson, David and Karen Christensen, et al., Eds. (2002) Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.
3.        --------. “Gajah Mada University.” In Levinson, David and Karen Christensen, et al., Eds. (2002) Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.
4.        --------. “University of Indonesia.” In Levinson, David and Karen Christensen, et al., Eds. (2002) Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.
5.        --------. “Nahdlatul Ulama.” In Levinson, David and Karen Christensen, et al., Eds. (2002) Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.
6.        --------. “Islam-Indonesia.” In Encyclopedia of Modern  Asia, Scribner’s-Berkshire Publishing Group LLC, MA.; Dec. 2002.
7.        --------. “Indonesia-Education system.” In Levinson, David and Karen Christensen, et al., Eds. (2002) Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.
8.        --------. “Islam-Malaysia.” In Levinson, David and Karen Christensen, et al., Eds. (2002) Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, NewYork: Charles Scribner’s Sons.
9.        --------. “ABIM.” In Levinson, David and Karen Christensen, et al., Eds. (2002) Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
10.    --------. “Zikir.” In Levinson, David and Karen Christensen, et al., Eds. (2002) Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons.
11.    --------. “Hari Raya Puasa.” In Levinson, David and Karen Christensen, et al., Eds. (2002) Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, New York: Charles Cribner’s Sons.


PRESENTATION NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE:

1.      Bakti, Andi Faisal, “ON SiRENSTRA.EDU  FOR EDUCATIONAL                 OFFICES WITHIN THE FRAMEWORK OF REGIONAL           AUTONOMY IN INDONESIA” Annual Conference of Orbicom, the             Network of UNESCO Chairs in Communication, which will take place at the      Iberoamericana University in Mexico City (district of Santa-Fe) on 28 and 29            of October 2015.

2.      ------. “Sambutan Pengawas Koperasi: Eksistensi Simpan Pinjam                     Sebagai Koperasi Syariah Murni.” Sponsored by KSP Bakti             Huria, di Hotel Sahid 29 Maret 2015, Makassar, pukul 10.00- 12.00              WITA.

3.      ------.”Komunikasi Dakwah dalam Simpan Pinjam: Perspektif Qardun            Hasanun.” Sponsored KSP Bakti Huria, di Hotel Sahid 28 Maret              2015, Makassar, pukul 19.00-22.00 WITA.

4.      ------.”Strategi Pengembangan Koperasi.” Sponsored KSP Bakti                         Huria, di Hotel Sahid 28 Maret 2015,Makassar, pukul 14.00-17.00                WITA.

5.      ------.”LK2 HMI: Peningkatan Kualitas Pendidikan Indonesia Melalui            Literasi Menuju Insan Kompetitif.” Sponsored by HMI                             CABANG DEPOK, di Graha Insan Cita Kelapa Dua Depok, 25                  Februari 2015.

6.      ------.”Mengintegrasi Islam dan Ilmu Komunikasi di Perguruan Tinggi            Muhammadiyah: Integrasi Ilmu Komunikasi dengan Dakwah.”
           Sponsored by UHAMKA, Auditorium UHAMKA, Kebayoran                               Lama, Jakarta, 11 Februari 2015.

7.      ------.“Penyusunan Konsep Pemikiran untuk Memenuhi Amanat PP                Muhammadiyah sebagai Kontribusi dalam Kongres Umat                          Islam  Indonesia ke-Enam Th.  2015: Penguatan Peran                              Politik, Ekonomi, dan  Sosial  Budaya Untuk Indonesia yang            Berkeadilan  dan Berperadaban.” Sponsored by: Universitas                    Muhammadiyah Jakarta, di Hotel Inna Garuda Yogyakarta 8-11         Februari 2015.
8.      ------. “Masa Depan Komunikasi, Masa Depan Indonesia,”  
                   Sponsored by ISKI, Hotel Lombok Raya, Mataram,
                   Nusa Tenggara Barat, November, 18-20, 2014.

9.      ------. Islam and Muslim Society in Southeast Asia: Towards a 
            Better Future,” Sponsored by International Conference UINAM    
            dan   Journal of Islamic Civilization in Southeast Asia (JICSA),   
            Hotel  Horison Panakkukang, Makassar, Sulawesi Selatan,
            Indonesia, November, 4, 2014.

10.  ------. “Interactivity and Evolving Social Media Platform in Online  
           Newspapers in Indonesia,” Sponsored by Orbicom, Perancis.
           November, 6-8, 2014.
   
11.  ------. “Integrasi Keislaman dan Keilmuan dalam Mencapai Learning               Outcome,” Sponsored by UIN Sunan Ampel   
                Surabaya Held at Royal Tretes View Hotel, Pasuruan, Indonesia,  
                October,  25-26, 2014

12.  -----.  “Desain Riset Berstandar Internasional,” Sponsored by UIN            
            Sunan    Ampel Surabaya
                Held at Hotel Royal Orchids Gerden, Batu, Malang, Indonesia,  
                October, 11-14, 2014.

13.    ------. “Dakwah dan Tantangan Global,” STAIN Sultan Qaimuddin, Kendari, Juni 9, 2014
14.    -------. “How To Get Published in International Journal?” Universitas Indonesia, Depok, Maret 4, 2014
15.    -------. “Grounding the Qur’an; Towards Transformative Qur’anic Studies,” Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, February 15-16, 2014
16.    -------. “Islam and Social Sciences In The Malay Group,” Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makasar, Gowa, February 4, 2014
17.    -------. “Optimalisasi Dakwah sebagai Pilar Peradaban,” Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makasar, Gowa, Desember 23, 2013
18.    -------.  “Dialog Nasional (Kajian Strategis Dewan Pakar ICMI) Audit Indonesia (Jilid 2) Membangun Masa Depan Sumber Daya Manusia Indonesia,” ICMI, Jakarta, Desember 11, 2013
19.    --------. “Seminar Besar Nasional Komunikasi & Kongres VI Ikatan Sarjana Komunikasi Indonesia,” Padang, November 25-27, 2013.
20.    --------. “The International Conference on Islamic Intercultural Communication Studies,” Jakarta, November 11, 2013
21.    --------.“The Role and Place of Prophethood  in Humanity’s Journey to The Truth: The Perspective of the Risale-I Nur,” Turkey, September 22-24, 2013.
22.    -------. “World Press Freedom Day 2013,” University Selangor Malaysia, May 3, 2013.
23.    -------. “Book review: The Dance of Change; Communication Perspective,” Pancasila University, Jakarta, February 4, 2010.
24.    -------. “Diaspora ethnik Cham di Asia Tenggara: Pembentukan Identitas dan Jaringan Transnational (Studi Kasus Kambodja),” LIPI, Jakarta, April 01, 2010.
25.    -------. “Islam & Building of Indonesian Diplomats Character,” presented at Pusdiklat Deplu, Jakarta, April 7, 2010.
26.    -------. “Islamic Communication in the Philippines: How do muslims contribute tocivil Society in Minadano?” Orientation country workshop of API Fellowship in cooperation with Nippon Foundation and resecarh center for regional resources LIPI, Jakarta, March 23-24, 2010.
27.    -------. “Multi-Ethnic Dakwah Indonesian Experience” Berdakwah Berwawasan Multikultural, Litbang Depag, Hotel Oasis, Jakarta, March 10, 2010.
28.    -------, “Islamic Religious Learning Groups and Civil Society: How do Muslims Contribute to Civil Society in Tokyo (Japan) and Maraawi (The Philippines),”The 8th Workshop of the API Fellowships Program, Osaka, Japan, 23-27  Nov. 2009.
29.    ------, “Justice Communtarianism in Andi Faisal Bakti, “Justice Communitarianism,” International Symposium Proceedings, Nov 18-20, 2007, Istanbul Turkey.
30.    -------, “Said Nursi and Justice,” International Symposium,” Istanbul 18-20 November 2007.
31.    -------, “Said Nursi and Communtarianism,” National Seminar, Kediri, June 2007.
32.    -------, “Dakwah Cerdas di abad 21,” IAIN Raden Patah, Palembang. Maret 24, 2005
33.    -------, “Konflik Horizontal di Indonesia,” IAIN Raden Patah, Palembang. Maret 25, 2005.
34.    -------, “Metode Penelitian Ilmu Komunikasi dan Dakwah,” Program Pasca Sarjana, IAIN Alauddin Makassar, 19 Maret 2005.
35.    -------, “Kepusparagaman Etnik, Golongan, Agama dan Konlfik Alamiah: Upaya mencari solusi,” Makalah dipresentasikan di Holtel Formosa, yang diselenggarakan oleh STAIN Manado, 30 Agustus 2005.
36.    -------, “As-syafi’yah’s Contribution to Civil Society,” Bogor, a seminar Organized by the International Institute for Asian Studies, the Netherlands,7-9 July 2005.
37.    -------, “The Champa Muslim Religious Group,” Oxford, a Seminar Organized by the Oxford Center of  Islamic Studies. 26 May 2005
38.    -------, “Islamic Studies Scholarships in North America,” Singapore, a Seminar Organized by the International Institute for Southeast-Asian Studies, Singapore, 17-19 May 2005.
39.    --------. “Power Holders in South Sulawesi,” Paper Presentated at EUROSEAS Paris 1-6 September 2004.
40.    -------, “Money Lending: Conventional and Islamic Systems in Indonesia,” Presented at EUROSEAS Paris 1-6 September 2004.
41.    -------, “Paramadina and Nurcholish Madjid,” Presented at the International Seminar at Essen, Germany, 1-3 August 2004.
42.    -------, “Scholarship in the Studies of the Malay World,” Presented at an International Seminar at Leiden University, the Netherlands, 17 July, 2004.
43.  -------, “Daarut Tauhiid and Majelis Azzikra: New Approaches to Dakwah for Civil Society in Indonesia,” Paper Presented at Tilburg University, the Netherlands, Organized by IIAS, on December 16, 2003.
44.    -------,  and Mashadi Said, “Toddo’ Puli Temmalara’: Jendela dengan Kaca yang Bening tentang Manusia Luwu,” (Unchanged Commitment: Pure Mirror of Bugis Luwu People), Paper Presented at Galigo Festival and Sawerigading International Seminar, at Masamba, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, December 10-14, 2003.
45.    -------, “Entrepreneurship: Modern Business Paradigm from the Islamic Perspective” Jakarta, a Seminar Organized by Pubme, at the Faculty of Economics, UIN Jakarta, Oct. 4, 2003.
46.    -------, Dakwah, Journalism, and Media Communication,” Lectures/Seminars given at the Post-Graduate Studies Program, Universitas Islam Negeri, Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, Indonesia, October, 2003.
47.    -------, “Intercultural and Religious Communication,” Lectures given at the Faculty of Communication, Universitas Islam Negeri, Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, Indonesia, October, 2003.
48.    -------, “Paramadina and Nurcholish Madjid’s Engagement in Civil Society in Indonesia,” Paper Presented at the Open Science Meeting, Jakarta, Indonesia, September 1-2, 2003.
49.    --------. “Bugis and Islam: The Spread of the DDI in the Malay Indonesian Archipelago,” Paper Presented at the International workshop on “Bugis Diaspora and the Dissemination Muslim Authority in the 20th Century Malay-Indonesian Archipelago,” Organized by IIAS, the Netherlands in cooperation with the IAIN Alauddin Makassar and the participation of the government of the Province of South Sulawesi. June 5-8, 2003.
50.    -------, “Communication and Islamic Journalism in Theory and Methodology,” Lecture/Seminar given to Master’s students, Post-Graduate Studies Program, Universitas Islam Negeri, Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, Indonesia, May, 22 & 29, 2003.
51.    -------, Qahar Mudzakkar’s followers and their activities: Various ways in Organizing Themselves against Javanese Hegemony,” Paper Presented at the Conference on Sectarian Violence in Eastern Indonesia: Causes and Consequences, Organized by Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA, May 16-18, 2003.
52.    -------, “Textual Analysis in Communication Studies,” Lectures/Seminars given to Doctoral Students, Post-Graduate Studies, Universitas Islam Negeri, Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, Indonesia, May 1 & 8, 2003.
53.    -------, “Western Cultures and Languages: A Communication analysis,” Lectures given at the Faculty of Communication, Universitas Islam Negeri, Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, Indonesia, May 5 & 12, 2003.
54.    -------, “Basic and Legal Document Translations: An intercultural Communication perspective,” Lectures given to Post-Graduate Program, Gunadarma University, Jakarta, Indonesia, May 7 & 28, 2003.
55.    -------, “Psychology of Communication,” Lectures given at the Faculty of Communication, Universitas Islam Negeri, Syarif Hidayatullah, Jakarta, Indonesia, April - May, 2003.
56.    -------,  “Media within the Perspective of Social Sciences,” Public Lecture given at the Department of Communication, Plymouth College, New Hampshire University, USA, March 10, 2003.
57.    -------, “Social Conflicts – the Case of Indonesia: A struggle for Power/Identity among Religious/Ethnic Groups, a Paper Presented at the School of Social Sciences, Atkinson Faculty of Liberal and Professional Studies, York University, Toronto, Canada, January 17, 2003.
58.    -------, “News Portrayal of the Spheres of Civil Society in Two Crises Affecting the Malay World,” a Paper Presented at the Communities in Southeast Asia challenge and responses, Organized by Joint Northwest Regional Consortium for Southeast Asian Studies and the Canadian Council for Southeast Asian Studies Conference, at the Center for Asia Pacific Initiatives (CAPI), University of Victoria, Canada, October 26-27, 2001.
59.    -------, “Gender and Employment: A Study of the Role of the IAIN Makassar in the Development of Human Resources in South Sulawesi, Indonesia.” Paper Presented at the 17th annual Canadian Association for the Study of International Development (CASID) Conference, as part of the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities held in Université Laval, Québec city, Canada, May 27-29th, 2001.
60.    -------, “Remembering the Regional Revolution in Sulawesi: A study of the collective memories of the long 1950-1965 movement.” Paper Presented at the International Conference on History and Memory, Organized the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, UCLA, April 6-7, 2001.
61.    -------, “The Media and the New Indonesian Democracy.” Paper Presented at the Faculty of International Studies, Hiroshima City University, Japan, November 14, 2000.
62.    -------, “How is civil Society reflected in the newspapers of the Malay world.” Paper Presented at the 36th International Congress of Asian and North African Studies (ICANAS), Palais des congrès, Montreal, Canada, August 27-September 2, 2000.
63.    --------. “Les médias écrits et la circulation des nouvelles. Comment les journaux du monde malais ont-ils rapporté la chute de Soeharto et de Anwar Ibrahim?” Paper Presented in the 67e Congrès de l’Association canadienne-française pour l’avancement des sciences (ACFAS). Université de Montréal, Canada, May 15-19, 2000.
64.    -------, “Communications and governance in Southeast Asia: The role of Communication in bringing about good governance in Indonesia.” Conference on Ethics, Law and Good Governance in Southeast Asia, Organized by Griffith University, Sheraton Hotel, Brisbane, Australia, April 27-29, 2000.
65.    -------, Inter-personal Communication in Indonesia.” Indonesian Embassy in Washington, D.C., U.S.A. April 14, 2000.
66.    -------, “Ethnic and Religious Tension in Indonesia: How Should Communication Professionals deal with it?” Indonesian Embassy in Ottawa, Canada, December 24, 1999
67.    -------, “L’Indonésie en crise: les organisations socio-religieuses peuvent-elles contribuer au redressement?” Paper Presented at the Association des universitaires musulmans et musulmanes de l'Université du Québec à Montréal, under the general theme: L'Islam dans le monde, Université du Québec à Montréal, Québec, Canada, November 24, 1999.
68.    -------, “Islam and the perspective of the Malay community: A Communications approach to cultural development.” Paper Presented in Reflecting on the New and the Old in Asia and/or Islam, as part of the Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities held in Sherbrooke and Bishop Universities, Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada, June 5-6, 1999.
69.    -------, “Le flux médiatique dans le monde malais: Comment, à travers l’analyse des médias écrits, les musulmans perçoivent-ils les nouvelles provenant de l’étranger, de l’Occident? Paper Presented in the 67e Congrès de l’Association canadienne-française pour l’avancement des sciences.” (ACFAS). Ottawa University, Canada, May 10-14, 1999.
70.    --------. “Newsflow and civil Society during the crises within the Malay world.” Paper Presented in the Second International Malaysian Studies Conference, Organized by the Malaysian Social Science Association, August 2-4, 1999, Institute of Postgraduate Studies and Research, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. http://www. malaysiakini.com/pssm.
71.    -------, “Lessons Learnt from Past Governments: A Communication and development perspective.” Paper Presented in the Face-to-face Conference on Good Governance: A workable solution for Indonesia. Canada Montreal:http:// www.geocities. com/CapeCanaveral/ Hall/4493/.
72.    -------, “The Perception of the Muslims about Welfare and Development in South Sulawesi.” Paper Presented in the European Social Science History Conference, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 5-7 March, 1998.
73.    -------, “Participatory Communication: one approach to sustainable development,” Paper Presented in Virtual Conference Hall, Singapore, November 10-29, 1997.
74.    -------, “Islam, Communication, and Development in Indonesia: A Communication approach towards a modern Indonesian Society.” Paper Presented at the Conference Reflecting on the Old and New in Modern Indonesia, Arizona State University, U.S.A., June 13, 1997.
75.    -------, “The Communication Network in Family Welfare in South Sulawesi, Indonesia: Case study of a Muslim country.” Paper Presented at the Canadian Communication Association annual meeting within the Congress of Learned Societies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, June 6, 1997.
76.    -------, “Culture and Communication in Indonesia: A Communication approach towards a modern Indonesian Society.” Paper Presented at the Canadian Asian Studies Association (CASA) during the Congress of Learned Societies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada June 6, 1997.
77.    --------. “Religion and Development: Indonesia Experience.” Paper Presented at the Canadian Association for Studies in International Development (CASID) during the Congress of Learned Societies, Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada, June 8, 1997.
78.    -------, “Réseaux de Communication dans la planification familiale en Sulawesi du Sud (Indonésie): étude de cas dans une communauté musulmane. (Communication Network in Family Planning in South Sulawesi, Indonesia: Case study in a Muslim community).” Paper Presented at the 65th Congress of the Association canadienne-française pour l’avancement des sciences (ACFAS), Trois-Rivières, Canada, May 12, 1997.
79.    -------, “Femmes, croyances et contraception: le rôle joué par une organisation non gouvernementale religieuse en Indonésie. (Women, beliefs and contraception: The role played by an NGO in Indonesia).” Paper Presented at the 65th Congress of the Association canadienne-française pour l’avancement des sciences (ACFAS), Trois-Rivières, Canada, May 13, 1997.
80.    -------, “Ethnomethodology and Communication and Islamic Studies.” Paper Presented at the International Conference on Methodological Problems in the Study of Religions, McGill University, Montreal, Canada, February 22, 1997.
81.    -------, “Pouvoir et développement dans un pays d’Asie du Sud-Est.” Paper Presented at the 64th Congress of the Association canadienne-française pour l’avancement des sciences (ACFAS), McGill University, Canada, May 13, 1996.
82.    -------, “Unity in Diversity in Indonesia: Culture versus development and Communication approaches.” Paper Presented as a guest speaker, McGill University, Canada, May 1995.
83.    -------, “Communication, Islam and Development in Indonesia: Various perspectives within the South Sulawesi population on Family Planning.” Paper Presented at the Annual Conference of the Canadian Communication Association, as part of the Congress of the Learned Societies, June 1995, UQAM, Montreal, Canada.
84.    --------. “Intellectual Transmission and the Reaction of Ulama to Islamic Education in South-East Asia.” Paper Presented at a seminar Organized by the IAIN Alauddin Institute, Ujung Pandang, Indonesia, Jan. 1994.
85.    -------, “The Interpretation of Islam: A search for possibilities.” Paper Presented at a seminar Organized by the Office of the Institute for Social Affairs, Gorontalo (Indonesia), December 1993.
86.    -------, “Performative Verbs in Arabic.” Paper Presented at a seminar Organized by the IAIN Alauddin Institute, Ujung Pandang, Indonesia, December 1993.
87.    -------, “The Transmission of Islam in Indonesia.” Paper Presented at a seminar Organized by the Muhammadiyah Activity Center, Gorontalo, Indonesia,November 1993.
88.    -------, “The Concept of History According to Ibn Khaldun.” Paper Presented at a seminar Organized by the Mosques’ Activity Center, Gorontalo, Indonesia, October 1993.
89.    -------, “Islam and Education.” Paper Presented at a seminar Organized by the Tarbiyah Faculty, Gorontalo, Indonesia, September 1993.
90.    -------, “North American Universities and Indonesian Universities: a comparative study.” Paper Presented at a seminar Organized by the IAIN Alauddin Institute, Gorontalo, Indonesia, September 1993.
91.    -------, “The Travels of the Ulama in the Malay World (from the 16th to the 18th Century).” Paper Presented as a guest speaker invited to give the graduation speech, IAIN Alauddin Institute, Gorontalo, Indonesia, September 1993.
92.    -------, “The Islamic Education Centres in Indonesia.” Paper Presented at a seminar Organized by the Tarbiyah Faculty, Gorontalo, Indonesia, August 1993.
93.    -------, “Islam and Leadership of the Future.” Paper Presented at a seminar Organized by the Studies Activity Center, Gorontalo, Indonesia, September 1993.
94.    --------. “Islam and Modernity.” Paper Presented at a seminar Organized by the Library Center of the IAIN Alauddin Institute, Gorontalo, Indonesia, August 1993.


PRESENTATION NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ATTENDED:

1.      Bakti, Andi Faisal, “Masa Depan Komunikasi, Masa Depan Indonesia”  
                   Sponsored by ISKI, Hotel Lombok Raya, Mataram,
                  Nusa Tenggara Barat, November, 18-20, 2014.
2.      Islam and Muslim Society in Southeast Asia: Towards a 
           Better Future” Sponsored by International Conference UINAM dan   
           Journal of Islamic Civilization in Southeast Asia (JICSA), Hotel    
           Horison Panakkukang, Makassar, Sulawesi Selatan, Indonesia,
           November, 4, 2014.
3.      “Interactivity and Evolving Social Media Platform in Online  
            Newspapers in Indonesia” Sponsored by Orbicom, Perancis.
            November, 6-8, 2014.
4.      “Integrasi Keislaman dan Keilmuan Dalam Mencapai Learning                          Outcome” Sponsored by UIN Sunan Ampel  Surabaya Held at                    Royal Tretes View Hotel, Pasuruan, Indonesia, October,  25-                            26, 2014
5.      “Desain Riset Berstandar Internasional” Sponsored by UIN  Sunan                    Ampel Surabaya Held at Hotel Royal Orchids Gerden, Batu,                       Malang, Indonesia,    October, 11-14, 2014.
6.      “International How to Get  Published  in an  International  Journal.”                             Organized by Asosiasi Dosen Indonesia and University of                                       Indonesia  4 March 2014, Depok, Indonesia
7.        22nd AMIC Annual Conference,” Organized by the Asian Media Information and Communication Centre (AMIC), 4-5 July 2013, Yogyakarta, Indonesia.
8.        Periodical IIAS Seminar (The Netherlands),” Organized by the International Institute for Asian Studies, 7-9 July 2005, Bogor, Indonesia.
9.        “Periodical OxfordSeminar,” Organized by the Oxford Center of Islamic Studies, UK, 26 May 2005
10.    Periodical IIAS Seminar (The Netherlands),” Organized by the International Instute for Southeast-Asian Studies, Singapore, 17-19 May 2005.
11.    EUROSEAS MEETING, Paris 1-6 September 2004.
12.    International Seminal,” Organized by Islamic Wissenschaft,  Essen, Germany, 1-3 August 2004.
13.    Periodical IIAS Seminar (The Netherlands),”Leiden University, the Netherlands, 17 July, 2004.
14.    Periodical IIAS Seminar (The Netherlands),”Tilburg University, the Netherlands, Organized by IIAS, on December 16, 2003.
15.    Galigo Festival and Sawerigading International Seminar,” at Masamba, South Sulawesi, Indonesia, December 10-14, 2003.
16.    “Intercultural Dialogue for a New Global Equilibrium: Constraints and possibilities, Oct. 9-11, 2003, UIN Jakarta, Organized by Pusat Bahasa dan Budaya UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta. And Konrad Adenauer Stiftung.
17.    “International Workshop on Human Rights, Sept. 30 2003, Hotel Ibis, Jakarta, Organized by the Directorate General of Human Rights and Protection, Dept. of Justice and Human Rights of the Republic of Indonesia.
18.    “International Seminar on “Islamic Methodology of Science,” 26-27 Sept. 2003, Hotel Syahid, Jakarta, Organized by the Cener for Language and Culture UIN Jakarta.September 2002, Jakarta, Indonesia. Organized by the International Institute for Asian Studies.
19.    “Open Science Meeting, 1-2 Sept. 2003, BPPT (Bureau of the Implementation and Development of Science and Technology), Jakarta, Organized by the Dept. of Science and Technology of the Republic of Indonesia.
20.    Chair and active participant at the Seventh International Symposium on Malay-Indonesian Languages (ISMIL-7), sponsored by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), Organized by the IIAS and Nijmegen University, at Erica Hotel, Nijmegen, theNetherlands, June 27-29, 2003.
21.    “Media and the Making of History in Contemporary Indonesia,” an international Conference, Organized at Leiden University, theNetherlands, March 13-15, 2003, sponsored by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), the Netherlands Organization for Scientific Research (NOW), Leids Universiteits Fonds (LUF).
22.    “Anthropology in Islamic Law,” a Conference Organized by ISIM, on March 12-14, 2003, at Leiden University, the Netherlands.
23.    “Islam and the West,” September 2002, Jakarta, Indonesia. Organized by the International Institute for Asian Studies.
24.    International Forum on Aceh/Human Rights, April 28, 2001. The American University, Washington, DC.
25.    International Communication on History and Memory in Contemporary Indonesia April 6-7, 2001, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, University of California at LosAngeles, U.S.A.
26.    International Conference on Bridging the Gap Between Training and Employment in Communications, April 14-17, 99. Montreal, Canada. Organized by ORBICOM, Unesco Chair.
27.    Canadian Consortium for Asia Pacific Security (CANCAPS), Annual Conference, 4-6 December 1998. Dunsmuir Lodge, Victoria, B.C., Canada.
28.    12th Asia Pacific Roundtable, 31 May-4 June 1998, Kuala Lumpur, Nikko Hotel, Malaysia.
29.    Harvard Project 1998 Conference – 27-31 May, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Pan Asia Hotel.
30.    Global Knowledge 97. “Knowledge for Development in the Information Age,” Sheraton Center, June 22-25, 1997, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
31.    47th Annual Conference International Communication AssociationMay 22-26, 1997, Sheraton Center, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
32.    Indonesian Association of Scholars (ICMI) Conference , Oct. 6, Indonesia.
33.    Asian Mass Communication Research and Information Centre (AMIC)  June 96, Singapore.
34.    Indonesian Association of Scholars (ICMI) –  October 1995, Montreal, Canada.
35.    Middle Eastern Studies Association (MESA) Conference, October 1991, Washington D.C., USA.


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Prof. H. Andi Faisal Bakti, MA., Ph. D. begitu nama lengkap pria kelahiran Wajo, Sulawesi Selatan, 15 November 1962 itu. Di kalangan mahasiswa UIN Jakarta, pria murah senyum itu dikenal sebagai dosen komunikasi yang humoris, cerdas, dan energetik dalam mengajar. Tak heran, jika kehadirannya di ruang kuliah selalu ditunggu mahasiswa-mahasiswanya.

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