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Muslim Societies

Historical and Comparative Aspects

By Sato Tsugitaka

Routledge – 2004 – 208 pages

Series: New Horizons in Islamic Studies

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Description

This volume examines Muslim societies across Europe, North Africa, Central Asia and South Asia from the eighteenth century to the present, providing fresh insight through comparison. Movements and populations covered include the nineteenth century North African Sansusi movement and its relationships to Sufis and Arabs of the region, Soviet and Chinese Central Asia, Muslim-Hindu relationships in South Asia, Muslims in Syria and Muslim immigrants in Europe.

Contents

Preface Introduction: Islam in the Middle Eastern Studies: Muslims and Minorities 1. Sufism and Foreign Rule in Africa: Politics and Piety 2. The Andijan Uprising Reconsidered 3. Faction Struggles among the Bukharan Ulama during the Colonial, the Revolutionary and the Early Soviet period (1868-1929): A Paradigm for History Writing? 4. "Majorities" and "Monorities" in Modern South Asian Islam: A Historian's Perspective 5. The Politics in a Partition riot: Calcutta in August 1946 6. Muslims in Western Europe: Socio-historical Developments and Trends 7. Comment 1: Symbiosis and Conflict: Reflections on Andalusi History and Historiography 8. Comment 2: A Discussion including the Middle East

Name: Muslim Societies: Historical and Comparative Aspects (Paperback)Routledge 
Description: By Sato Tsugitaka. This volume examines Muslim societies across Europe, North Africa, Central Asia and South Asia from the eighteenth century to the present, providing fresh insight through comparison. Movements and populations covered include the nineteenth century North...
Categories: Islam - Religion, Asian Culture & Society, Middle East Studies, Middle East Culture, Middle East History, Middle East Society, Religion