Islam in History and Politics

Perspectives From South Asia

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ISBN:

9780195698367

Publication date:

25/06/2008

Paperback

240 pages

Price: 345.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780195698367

Publication date:

25/06/2008

Paperback

240 pages

Asim Roy

Suitable for: This book will be of particular interest to students, scholars, and researchers of South Asian religious and cultural history, Islamic studies, as well as political scientists and sociologists.

Rights:  World Rights

Asim Roy

Description

The book discusses the meaning of Islam and Muslim community and the changing nature of  Muslim consciousness, from the colonial state to near contemporary times in South Asia.  It canvasses the background dynamics which were variously involved and played out in the  Partition of India in 1947 and demolition of Babri Masjid in 1992 respectively. The volume has contributions from some very distinguished academicians like Francis Robinson, Ian Copland, I.J. Catanach, Hew McLeod, Javeed Alam, Kate Britlebank, etc.

Asim Roy

Asim Roy

Asim Roy

Asim Roy

Description

The book discusses the meaning of Islam and Muslim community and the changing nature of  Muslim consciousness, from the colonial state to near contemporary times in South Asia.  It canvasses the background dynamics which were variously involved and played out in the  Partition of India in 1947 and demolition of Babri Masjid in 1992 respectively. The volume has contributions from some very distinguished academicians like Francis Robinson, Ian Copland, I.J. Catanach, Hew McLeod, Javeed Alam, Kate Britlebank, etc.

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