Search: Middle East and Islamic Studies - Sociology & Anthropology, 2008
Edited by Meir Hatina, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
This collective volume provides an integrative historical and contemporary discussion of Sunni ʿulamaʾ in the Middle East in both an urban and a semi-tribal context.
Edited by Christoph Schumann
This volume analyzes a century of intellectual debates, political ideologies, and literary media in order to track the emergence, spread and decline of liberal thought as a response to both authoritarian rule and Westernization in the Eastern Mediterranean.
Based on interviews and discourse of the Muslim Brotherhood members, this book offers a comprehensive overview of the ways in which their historical heritage is appropriated and continued beyond the movement's internal tensions and pretension to represent the Islamic orthodoxy.
Edited by Ala Al-Hamarneh and Jörn Thielmann
The contributions in this volume aim to reflect the variety of current Muslim social practices and life-worlds in Germany. The volume presents fresh theoretical approaches and in-depth analyses of a rich mosaic of communities, cultures and social practices. Issues of politics, religion, society, ...
Translated and commented by Fayeza S. Hasanat, University of Central Florida
In the framework of a romantic tale, Faizunnesa recorded how women were always treated as agents of chaos and desire, and how their resisting voices were always silenced in a religiously motivated society. This book examines her text as a critique of male dominance in the Muslim society of ...
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