Research interest keywords: gender, sexuality, Islamisation, film and media, Malaysia and Indonesia.
Themes I am interested in: modernities, failure, precarity, affective labour.
Izharuddin, A. 2017. Gender and Islam in Indonesian cinema. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
Refereed journal articles:
Izharuddin, A. 2015. Pain and pleasures of the look: The female gaze in Malaysian horror film. Asian Cinema 26(2): 135-152
Izharuddin, A. 2015. The short films of Mien Ly and an articulation of feminist queer theory. Intersections: Gender and Sexuality in Asia and the Pacific Issue 38
Izharuddin, A. 2015. The Muslim woman in Indonesian cinema and the face veil as Other. Indonesia and the Malay World 43(127): 397-412
Izharuddin, A. 2013. Same-sex intimacies in Mairil and the queering of authenticity. Inter-Asia Cultural Studies 14(4): 538-550.
Izharuddin, A. 2013. The use of English in contemporary Malaysian feminist activism. 2013. Analize: Journal of Gender and Feminist Studies 1(15):1-20
Izharuddin, A. 2018. The new Malay woman: The rise of the modern female subject and transnational encounters in postcolonial Malay literature. In G.V.S. Chin and K. Mohd Daud (Eds.), The Southeast Asian woman writes back (pp. 55-70). Singapore: Springer.
Izharuddin, A. 2012. Melancholic masculinity and representations of ‘traditional’ homoeroticism in an Indonesian novel. In Worthington, Ann (ed.). Queer sexualities: staking out new territories in queer studies, pp. 111-126, Oxford: Inter-Disciplinary Press.
Izharuddin, A. 2018. Review of Taming Babel: Language in the Making of Malaysia. IIAS Leiden https://newbooks.asia/review/taming-babel
Izharuddin, A. 2017. Review of Under Bright Lights, There goes the Gayborhood? and Sex and Sexualities in Contemporary Indonesia: Sexual Politics, Health, Diversity, and Representations. Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 48(2): 319-324
Izharuddin, A. 2016. What is ‘Islamic’ about Islamic cinema? http://cinemapoetica.com/what-is-islamic-about-islamic-films/
Izharuddin, A. 2016. Ideologische Grabenk mpfe und LGBTQ-Identit ten im multi-kulturellen Malaysia. Sudostasien