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Associate Director, Carolina Asia Center
FedEx Global Education Center, room 3107
919-843-9065
kfogg@email.unc.edu
Personal Website

Curriculum Vitae

Education

BA Duke University, 2005
PhD Yale University, 2012

Research Interests

Dr. Fogg’s research focuses on Islamic Southeast Asia, and particularly Indonesia, as it came into independence. His first book was on the role of Muslims in, and the Muslim understanding of, the Indonesian Revolution, 1945-1949. He is currently working on a monograph about the mass Islamic organizations of Indonesia, both how they are different from associational life in other parts of the Muslim world and how they have evolved over the last century.
Before taking up his current post at UNC, Dr. Fogg taught for seven years at the University of Oxford, and he has collaborated extensively with the State Islamic University network in Indonesia.

Some Notable Publications

  • Indonesia’s Islamic Revolution (Cambridge University Press, 2020) – Indonesian translation: Spirit Islam pada Masa Revolusi Indonesia (Noura Books, 2020)
  • “Indonesian Socialism of the 1950’s: From Ideology to Rhetoric,” Third World Quarterly, 42, 3 (2020): 465-482.
  • “Indonesian Islamic Socialism and its South Asian roots,” Modern Asian Studies 53, 6 (Nov 2019): 1736-1761.
  • “Making an Indonesian National Hero for Lombok: The Shifting Category of Pahlawan Nasional,” Indonesia and the Malay World 46, 137 (Mar 2019): 1-22.
  • Courses Offered

  • HIST 134: Modern East Asia