Islam in World Cultures: Comparative Perspectives
Islam in World Cultures analyzes differences in Islamic culture and practice by looking not simply at matters of doctrine, but also at how Islam interacts with local cultures.
Islam in World Cultures gathers the work of ten eminent scholars, each of whom has expertise in the Muslim culture of a particular country or geographical area. Individual chapters explore contemporary developments in the Islamic experience in Turkey, Iran, Pakistan, Central Asia, China, Indonesia, South Africa, Ethiopia, and the United States. This broad treatment provides an introduction to the full range of issues relating to Islam in the context of globalization.
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Edward E. Curtis IV is assistant professor of religious studies at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, and author of Islam in Black America (2002). He offers courses in both Islamic studies and African American re- ligions ...
... the globalized production and consumption of Islamic intellectual goods, focusing on African American Muslims. Abdulkader Tayob has worked on the history of Islam in the modern period in general and in South Africa in particular.
When the African American Muslim Malcolm X performed the hajj in 1962, he perceived it in this way. ... pilgrims were “white, black, brown, red, and yellow people, blue eyes and blond hair, and my kinky red hair—all together brothers!
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Chapter TwoIslam after Empire Turkey and the Arab Middle East
Chapter ThreeShiite Islam in Contemporary Iran From Islamic Revolution to Moderating Reform
Chapter FourDebating Orthodoxy Contesting Tradition Islam in Contemporary South Asia
Chapter FiveIslam in Contemporary Central Asia
Chapter SixIslam in China Accommodation or Separatism?
Chapter SevenMuslim Thought and Practice in Contemporary Indonesia
Chapter EightReligion Language and Nationalism Harari Muslims in Christian Ethiopia
Chapter NineRace Ideology and Islam in Contemporary South Africa
Chapter TenPeril and Possibility Muslim Life in the United States
Chapter ElevenSuggestions for Further Reading and Internet Resources
Chapter TwelveKey Terms