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Title:Feature: Islam, democracy and public life (part II)
Editors:Vally, RehanaISNI
Worby, EricISNI
Year:2009
Periodical:South African Historical Journal (ISSN 0258-2473)
Volume:61
Issue:1
Pages:201
Language:English
Geographic terms:Subsaharan Africa
South Africa
Subjects:Islam
images
Asians
Malawians
immigrants
press
Link:https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rshj20/61/1
Abstract:This special issue of the South African Historical Journal is the second part of a feature on Islam, democracy and public life. Contributions: Introduction: Muslim imaginaries in motion, by Eric Worby and Rehana Vally; South Asian Muslim diasporas and transnational movements: Tablīghī Jamā'at and Jamā'at-I islāmī, by Marc Gaborieau; Religion and globalisation: sub-Saharan Islam to conquer new territories, by René Otayek; Moral economy of pilgrimage and civil society in Iran: religious, commercial and tourist trips to Damascus, by Fariba Adelkhah; Global and local dimensions of Islam in France, by Mustapha Belbah; Identities, livelihoods and transnational migration: Muslim Malawaians in Durban, South Africa, by Shahid Vawda; 'Children of a lesser God': contesting South Indian Muslim identities in KwaZulu-Natal, by Sultan Khan; Regarding South African images of Islam: from the picturesque to Pagad and after, by Gabeba Baderoon; 'Al-Qalam': an alternative Muslim voice in the South African press, by Muhammed Haron and Imraan Buccus. [ASC Leiden abstract]
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