Profile Information

Affiliation
Kyoto University Center for Southeast Asian Studies Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D.(Australian National University)

J-GLOBAL ID
201501077909038829

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Julius BAUTISTA is Associate Professor at the Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University, Japan. He was previously a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Southeast Asian Studies at the National University of Singapore. He received a PhD. in Southeast Asian Studies (anthropology and cultural history) at the Australian National University, and has subsequently published on religious practice in Asia, with a focus on Christian iconography, religious piety, and the relationship between religion and the state. He is author of Figuring Catholicism: An Ethnohistory of the Santo Niño de Cebu (Ateneo, 2010), editor of The Spirit of Things: Materiality and Religious Diversity in Southeast Asia (Cornell SEAP, 2012), co-editor (with Francis Lim) of Christianity and the State in Asia: Complicity and Conflict (Routledge, 2009), and author of “The Way of the Cross: Suffering Selfhoods in the Roman Catholic Philippines” (Hawaii, 2019).

Papers

  14

Books and Other Publications

  12
  • BAUTISTA, Julius(Role: Contributor, in Meier, H., Ness, S.A. and Alcedo, P. (eds.) Religious Festivals in Contemporary Southeast Asia)
    Manila: Ateneo de Manila University Press  2016 
  • BAUTISTA, Julius(Role: Contributor, in Aythal, J. (ed.) Religion in Southeast Asia: An Encyclopedia of Faiths and Cultures , pp. 285-286)
    Santa Barbara: ABC Clio Publishers  2015 
  • BAUTISTA, Julius(Role: Contributor, in Aythal, J. (ed.) Religion in Southeast Asia: An Encyclopedia of Faiths and Cultures , pp. 115-116.)
    Santa Barbara: ABC-Clio Publishers  2015 
  • BAUTISTA, Julius(Role: Contributor, in Aythal, J. (ed.) Religion in Southeast Asia: An Encyclopedia of Faiths and Cultures , pp. 220-225.)
    Santa Barbara: ABC Clio Publishers  2015 
  • BAUTISTA, Julius(Role: Contributor, in Salemink and Turner, (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Asian Religions.)
    Oxford and New Delhi: Routledge  2015 

Presentations

  12