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Muslim Societies

Historical and Comparative Perspectives (New Horizons in Islamic Area Studies)

by Sato Tsugitaka

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Published by RoutledgeCurzon .
Written in English


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Number of Pages204
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Open LibraryOL7491961M
ISBN 100415332540
ISBN 109780415332545

Putting Islam to Work: Education, Politics, and Religious Transformation in Egypt (Comparative Studies on Muslim Societies) by Starrett, Gregory and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The experiences of Muslim women (Arabic: مسلمات ‎ Muslimāt, singular مسلمة Muslima) vary widely between and within different societies. At the same time, their adherence to Islam is a shared factor that affects their lives to a varying degree and gives them a common identity that may serve to bridge the wide cultural, social, and economic differences between them.

AEMS is an initiative that focuses on Muslim societies and communities, in the areas of curriculum, pedagogy, leadership and governance, policy, and evaluation and assessment. Our first book on hope in education is already underway and contains contributions by esteemed experts in education. These and other questions are discussed in Muslim Societies and the Challenge of Secularization: An Interdisciplinary Approach. A timely collection which, for the first time, explores these themes Author: Gabriele Marranci.

Professor Riaz Hassan has published extensively on Muslim societies in an academic career of more than 40 years. He is the author of “Faithlines: Muslim Conceptions of Islam and Society”, and co-editor of “The Cambridge Handbook of Social Sciences in Australia” and “Local and Global: Social Transformation in Southeast Asia”. Get this from a library! Muslim societies in African history. [David Robinson] -- "Examining Islamization, Arabization, Africanization and the Muslim societies of Africa over the last thousand years, David Robinson reveals the complex struggles of Muslims throughout the continent.


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Muslim Societies in African History (New Approaches to African History Book 2) - Kindle edition by Robinson, David. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Muslim Societies in African History (New Approaches to African History Book 2).Cited by: Authors from a variety of disciplines assess the issues facing women in Muslim societies not only in the Middle East but also in Africa and Asia.

They stress the importance of historical context, local customs and policies in defining the status of Muslim women, and examine how women are coping with challenges such as modernity and conservative reaction.2/5(1).

The Journal. Islam and Muslim Societies is an academic,peer reviewed, refereed journal published under the authority of Center Muslim Societies book Social Action and Development (CSAD).It is an online bi-annual publication (Coming in January and July), International in character though South Asia is its special area of interest and coverage.

Long considered a classic, A History of Islamic Societies is now that much more useful a reference for general readers and scholars alike. Widely praised for its balanced and comprehensive account, Ira Lapidus' work has been fully revised in its coverage of each country and region of the Muslim world through It incorporates the origins and evolution of 4/5(8).

In the second edition of this classic work, Ira Lapidus explores the origins and evolution of Muslim societies. The book, which has been completely updated, is divided into three parts. The first covers the formative era. The second traces the diffusion of Islamic societies worldwide, while the third explores their reaction to imperialism, and Cited Muslim Societies book Democracy in Muslim Societies: The Asian Experience explores the character of the political transformation and democratic transition in the Asian Muslim world.

It asks whether democracy is appropriate and desirable as a political system for non-Western societies, and assesses the extent of actual democratization in each of the countries studied, namely, Bangladesh.

Muslim Societies in African History book. Read 7 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This book examines a series of processes (Islami /5. Muslim Societies in African History (New Approaches to African History series) by David Robinson.

Examining a series of processes (Islamization, Arabization, Africanization) and case studies from North, West and East Africa, this book gives snapshots of Muslim societies in Africa over the last millennium.

The Midwest Book Review A primer in the demography of Muslim societies, a treatise on the causes and consequences of fertility decline, and a rejoinder to the 'clash of civilizations' argument. John Casterline, Population and Development Review Written with clarity and élan.

Review of Middle East Studies. Muslim Societies in Africa provides a concise overview of Muslim societies in Africa in light of their role in African history and the history of the Islamic world.

Roman Loimeier identifies patterns and peculiarities in the historical, social, economic, and political development of Africa, and addresses the impact of Islam over the longue durée. This book is the fourth in the series ORF Studies in Contemporary Muslim Societies.

It seeks to explore, like the earlier volumes, the impulses at work in Muslim societies and the dynamics of social forces shaping opinion and action. Muslims in Global Societies will be the first social scientific book series to focus on globalisation and the dynamics of Muslim life.

The book series, with its strong multidisciplinary approach, will be of interest to scholars and students alike in various academic fields related to the world of Islam. Book Review.

Islam and Knowledge: Al Faruqi’s Concept of Religion in Islamic Thought by (ed.) Imtiyaz Yusuf – Tauseef Ahmad Parray Page – Muslim Nationalism and the New Turks by Jenny White – Mehraj ud din Bhat Page –.

In recent decades there has been an increasing attempt by Muslim intellectuals to reflect on the provision of social welfare in Muslim societies in Africa. One reason for this is the few, if not non-existent, possibilities of the states to provide for the basic needs of their subjects, a situation that has become painfully evident in most.

“This book provides a fresh interpretation of well-known Muslim socio-religious institutions, stressing their autonomy from states and the protection they offered to Muslim communities.” — Ira M. Lapidus, author of A History of Islamic Societies.

This book examines Rawls’s theory of political liberalism in the context of Muslim societies, where religion wields a significant social and political influence.

Contrasting a sociological analysis with a theoretical approach, the author explores the political questions brought up by religious individuals, organizations, and minorities, and.

Published in Association with the Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations Explores the generation, preservation and manipulation of genealogical knowledge.

From the Prophet's family tree to the present, ideas about kinship and descent have shaped communal and national identities in Muslim societies. He is the founding editor of the journal Contemporary Islam: Dynamics of Muslim Life, and the book series (with Prof. Bryan Turner) Muslims in Global Societies, and also author of Jihad Beyond Islam, The Anthropology of Islam and Understanding Muslim Identity, Rethinking Fundamentalism.

It affects Muslim societies just as much, due to various historical, economic, political, cultural and social reasons. Islamophobia in Muslim Majority Societies constitutes a first attempt to open a debate about the understudied phenomenon of Islamophobia in Muslim majority societies.

An interdisciplinary study, it focuses on socio-political. The book covers the various Islamic societies across different time periods and regions and how the Muslim public sphere changed over time. The public sphere, by definition, is when the official sphere and the This book was quite good and was a bit ironic, being a book written entirely by Jews from an Israeli university writing about Islamic /5.

Centre for Muslim States and Societies, Perth, Western Australia. likes 1 talking about this. The Centre for Muslim States and Societies aims to promote understanding of the beliefs and /5(1).This is an indispensable book."" --Fr.

Jamal Khader, Dean of the Faculty of Arts, Bethlehem University ""Despite the claim of Muslims that Islam is respectful of non-Muslim faiths, this collection of essays throws more light on the real situation in many Muslim societies.Buy This Book in Print summary Challenging conventional assumptions, the contributors to this interdisciplinary volume argue that premodern Muslim societies had diverse and changing varieties of public spheres, constructed according to premises different from those of .