4 edition of Islam and society in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Islam and society in Southeast Asia
|Statement||edited by Taufik Abdullah, Sharon Siddique.|
|Contributions||Abdullah, Taufik., Siddique, Sharon., Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.|
|LC Classifications||BP63.A4 S6528 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 348 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||348|
|ISBN 10||9971902958, 9971988313|
|LC Control Number||86945184|
occurred in Southeast Asia since the s belong to this category. An example of the social studies approach is the study of Taufik Abdullah and Sharon Siddique on Islam and society in Southeast Asia. Finally, a fourth group of Islamic studies is concerned with the political econ-omy of Southeast Asia. This book focuses on these forms and the accompanying practices of production, circulation, marketing, and consumption of Islam. Dispelling the notion that Islam is monolithic, militaristic, and primarily Middle Eastern, the book emphasizes its dynamic, contested, and performative nature in contemporary South East Asia.
Book. Islam and Civil Society in Southeast Asia Details Edited by: Nakamura Mitsuo, Sharon Siddique and Omar Farouk Bajunid Publisher: ISEAS Publishing eISBN: A Select Bibliography of Materials Relating to the Study of Islam in South East Asia Available in Australia. Townsville: James Cook University, Southeast Asian Monograph, no. Zainon Sulaiman, compiler Subject Bibliography on Islam in Malaysia. Sydney: Bibliographic Information on Southeast Asia, University of Sydney. 3.
Islam is the most widely practiced religion in Southeast Asia, numbering approximately million adherents which translate to about 42% of the entire population, with majorities in Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia as well Pattani in Thailand and parts of Mindanao in the Philippines respectively. Significant minorities are located in the other Southeast Asian states. Christianity, Islam and Nationalism in Indonesia (Routledge Contemporary Southeast Asia Series Book 6) - Kindle edition by Farhadian, Charles E.. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Christianity, Islam and Nationalism in Indonesia (Routledge Contemporary Southeast Asia Series Book Reviews: 2.
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: Studies on Islam and Society in Southeast Asia (): William R. Roff: BooksCited by: 9. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Social issues in Southeast Asia." Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm.
Get this from a library. Islam & civil society in Southeast Asia. [Mitsuo Nakamura; Sharon Siddique; Omar Farouk Bajunid.;] -- "The pairing of 'Islam' and 'civil society' in this book underlines an awareness that the relevance of Islam for civic values as well as the significance of.
Studies on Islam and Society in Southeast Asia provides a valuable window into the prolific scholarly output by William Roff during his long (and continuing) academic career.
William R. Roff has spent more than forty years studying and writing about the modern history of Islam and Muslims, with special reference to Southeast Asia. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xv, pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction / Nakamura Mitsuo --The Indonesian experience: civil society versus the tul Ulama and civil society in Indonesia / Mohammad Fajrul Falaakh --Muhammadiyah's experience in promoting civil society on the eve of the 21st century.
Read this book on Questia. This volume is the result of a two-day closed intensive seminar and a halfday open symposium entitled “Islam and Civil Society: Messages from Southeast Asia”, held on 5–7 November in Japan, sponsored by the Sasakawa Peace Foundation. In Novemberthe Sasakawa Peace Foundation invited ten Muslim activists and scholars from the region to Japan for exchanging views and experiences among themselves and with Japanese participants.
Here their papers and discussions are compiled into a book, Islam and Civil Society in Southeast by: This book looks at Islam and its strategic implications for Southeast Asia.
Part I outlines Islamic doctrine and traces the history and growth of Islamic economic institutions in the region. In Part II, politics, governance, civil society and gender issues are examined in the context of Southeast Asian by: In Novemberthe Sasakawa Peace Foundation invited ten Muslim activists and scholars from the region to Japan for exchanging views and experiences among themselves and with Japanese participants.
Here their papers and discussions are compiled into a book, Islam and Civil Society in Southeast Asia. held in and are professors or research workers in Southeast Asia proper - five in Indonesia, four in Malaysia, two in Singapore, one in the Philippines, and one in Thailand.
Their papers, revised and edited, form the basis of the volume entitled Islam and Society in Southeast Asia. Both books.
Get this from a library. Islam and Civil Society in Southeast Asia. [Omar Farouk Bajunid; Nakamura Mitsuo; Sharon Siddique;] -- The Islamic world, often regarded as an anathema to civil society, in fact has rich traditions of associational life pursuing “common good”.
These religious resources have been reinterpreted for the. The book looks at the ideological and doctrinal content of Islam in Southeast Asia in all its facets, while also exploring the motivations underlying different interpretations and viewpoints.
This is an essential book for anyone seeking to understand the concerns, language and objectives of the main Muslim groups in Southeast Asia.5/5(1).
The book Studies on Islam and Society in Southeast Asia, William R. Roff is published by National University of Singapore Press. Studies on Islam and Society in Southeast Asia, Roff All Chicago e-books are on sale at 30% off with the code EBOOK BOOK REVIEW.
William R. Roff. Studies on Islam and Society in Southeast AsiaNational. University of Singapore Press, This work provides a valuable window into the prolific scholarly output by William Roff during his long (and continuing) academic career.
Readers are urged to take the time to read the Introduction, which provides the. "While in the s most authors of Southeast Asian Islam were outsiders or Western and non-Muslim Asian scholars, many native Muslim scholars of Southeast Asia have since the s engaged in writing about their own history, culture, politics, and society.
Norshahril Saat's two books here under review, The State, Ulama and Islam in Malaysia. Studies on Islam and society in Southeast Asia By WILLIAM R.
ROFF Singapore: NUS Press, Pp. xvii +Bibliography, Index. doi: /S It was with some surprise that the present reviewer learned that Bill Roff first had his interest in Southeast Asia awakened in Burma as a visiting merchant mariner, and not in the.
Download Citation | Islam and society in Southeast Asia after September | This paper discusses the struggle for the soul of Islam within the global Muslim community in the context of two major. Book Description. The Islamic community in Southeast Asia is widely regarded as one of the most moderate and tolerant in the Muslim world.
While most of the region’s Muslims are Sunni and fairly orthodox, the Islamic faith as practised in the region has historically been a syncretic blend of Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and folk religions.
: Islam, Law and the State in Southeast Asia Volume 3: Malaysia and Brunei (Islam and the Law in Southeast Asia) (): Lindsey, Tim, Steiner, Kerstin: Books. This article explores the ways Islam is recognized by the state in Southeast Asia, along with the scholarly debates that have arisen in response to these Islam-state configurations.
It begins with an overview of the work of Professor M. Hooker, a pioneer of the field of comparative law in Southeast Asia, especially his study of Islamic law. Get this from a library! The politics of Islamic identity in Southeast Asia.
[Syed Serajul Islam; Philippines.] -- "The events of Septem have made terrorism a burning topic. Consequently, separatist and revivalist movements in many parts of the world have been equated with terrorism. This book. Southeast Asia manifests some of the most interesting, non-violent as well as conflictual elements of Islamic social and political life in the world.
This book examines the ways in which Muslim politics in Southeast Asia has greatly impacted democratic practice and contributed to its practical and discursive development.- John T.
Sidel, London School of Economics"Gibson's book is an ambitious and successful attempt to formulate structural models for the interpretation of Islamic history in Southeast Asia over five centuries. It is a major achievement that will be taken up by students of Islam and of Asian history.".