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Title Muslim networks from Hajj to hip hop / edited by Miriam Cooke & Bruce B. Lawrence
Published Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, 2005
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Description 1 online resource (xiii, 325 pages)
Series Islamic civilization and Muslim networks
Islamic civilization & Muslim networks.
Contents Ibn Battuta's opportunism : the networks and loyalties of a medieval Muslim scholar / Vincent J. Cornell -- A networked civilization? / David Gilmartin -- The network metaphor and the mosque network in Iran, 1978-1979 / Charles Kurzman -- The scope and limits of Islamic cosmopolitanism and the discursive language of the 'Ulama' / Muhammad Qasim Zaman -- The problem of Islamic art / Judith Ernst -- Sacred narratives linking Iraqui Shiite women across time and space / Tayba Hassan Al Khalifa Sharif -- The Islamic salon : elite women's religious networks in Egypt / Samia Serageldin -- Voices of faith, faces of beauty : connecting American Muslim women through Azizah / Jamillah Karim -- Ideological and technological transformations of contemporary Sufism / Carl W. Ernst -- The Salafi movement : violence and the fragmentation of community / Quintan Wiktorowicz -- Defining Islamic interconnectivity / Gary Bunt -- Wiring up : the Internet difference for Muslim networks / Jon W. Anderson -- A new research agenda : exploring the transglobal hip hop Umma / H. Samy Alim
Summary This volume selects major moments and key players from the seventh century to the twenty-first that have defined Muslim networks as the building blocks for Islamic identity and social cohesion. The essays provide a long view of Muslim networks, correcting both scholarly omission and political sloganeering
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-301) and index
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Subject Islam -- Computer network resources.
Islam -- 21st century.
Panislamism.
Ummah (Islam)
Form Electronic book
Author Cooke, Miriam.
Lawrence, Bruce B.
ISBN 0807876313 (electronic bk.)
9780807876312 (electronic bk.)
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