The Public Sphere in Muslim Societies
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|Format: ||Paperback, 191 pages|
|Other Information: ||Total Illustrations: 0|
|Published In: ||United States, 01 July 2002|
Multidisciplinary examination of the public sphere in "traditional" Muslim society.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments Note on Transliteration FOREWORD: THE RELIGIOUS PUBLIC SPHERE IN EARLY MUSLIM SOCIETIES Dale F. Eickelman INTRODUCTION Miriam Hoexter and Nehemia Levtzion 1. THE MIHNA (INQUISITION) AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE Nimrod Hurvitz 2. RELIGIOUS LEADERSHIP AND ASSOCIATIONS IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE OF SELJUK BAGHDAD Daphna Ephrat 3. RELIGION IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE: RULERS, SCHOLARS, AND COMMONERS IN SYRIA UNDER ZANGID AND AYYUBID RULE (1150--1260) Daniella Talmon-Heller 4. THE PUBLIC SPHERE AND CIVIL SOCIETY IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE Haim Gerber 5. THE QADI'S ROLE IN THE ISLAMIZATION OF SEDENTARY TRIBAL SOCIETY Aharon Layish 6. THE DYNAMICS OF SUFI BROTHERHOODS Nehemia Levtzion 7. THE WAQF AND THE PUBLIC SPHERE Miriam Hoexter 8. CONCLUDING REMARKS: PUBLIC SPHERE, CIVIL SOCIETY, AND POLITICAL DYNAMICS IN ISLAMIC SOCIETIES Shmuel N. Eisenstadt WORKS CITED LIST OF CONTRIBUTORS INDEX
About the Author
Miriam Hoexter is Associate Professor of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the author of Endowments, Rulers, and Community: Waqf al-Haramayn in Ottoman Algiers. Shmuel N. Eisenstadt is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Senior Fellow at the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. He has published many books, including most recently, Fundamentalism, Sectarianism, and Revolution: The Jacobin Dimension of Modernity. Nehemia Levtzion is Fuld and Bamberger Professor of History of the Muslim Peoples at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. His most recent book, coedited with Randall L. Pouwels, is The History of Islam in Africa.
"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 "The authors to this volume perform a valuable service, since there have been few, if any, collaborative studies of public sphere and civil society in the field of premodern Muslim/Middle Eastern history." - Michael Bonner, author of Aristocratic Violence and Holy War: Studies in the Jihad and the Arab-Byzantine Frontier Contributors include Dale F. Eickelman, Shmuel N. Eisenstadt, Daphna Ephrat, Haim Gerber, Miriam Hoexter, Nimrod Hurvitz, Aharon Layish, Nehemia Levtzion, and Daniella Talmon-Heller.
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