Demystifying the caliphate: historical memory and contemporary contexts. Al- Rasheed, Madawi and Kersten, Carool and Shterin, Marat, eds. Demystifying the Caliphate. Madawi al-Rasheed, Carool Kersten and Marat Shterin (eds.) London, Hurst and Company, Pp. x + , bibliography, index. Demystifying the Caliphate sheds light on both the historical debates following the demise of the last Ottoman Caliphate and controversies.
|Published (Last):||19 October 2018|
|PDF File Size:||4.2 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||4.68 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
The Wahhabis and the Ottoman Caliphate: In addition, it was suggested that a survey demystifyimg Islamic political theory on the caliphate might be worth undertaking in the volume or elsewhere. The Caliphate as Nostalgia: Yet the Caliphate can be evoked as a powerful rallying call and a symbol that draws on an imagined past and longing for reproducing or emulating it as an ideal Islamic polity.
Amar Baines marked it as to-read Aug 13, Dsmystifying to exhume skeletons of the past while also silencing sirens from the present?
Insights into the phenomenon of a radical sectarian movement among Turkish working migrants, Ursula Gunther Statistical information on participants Countries of origin: Contributors include impartial historians and social scientists who concentrate on the fundamental aspects of the Caliphate and unpack its lingering presence in the minds of diverse Muslims. While some Muslims may be nostalgic for the Caliphate, only very few today seek to make that dream come true.
Demystifying the caliphate: historical memory and contemporary contexts – LSE Research Online
Her cali;hate, Muted Modernists: There was some discussion about the demystifyibg in which Hizb al-Tahrir and similar movements have engaged with modernity by emphasising and empowering the individual, thereby gaining recruits.
How to exhume skeletons of the past while also silencing sirens from the present? To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. As a follow-up to the workshop, the convenors have secured a contract with Hurst in partnership with Columbia University Press to publish the papers as an edited volume.
The Caliphate and European Muslims Chair: Khilafa as the Viceregency of Humankind: Skip to main content. Demystifying the Caliphate sheds light on both the historical debates following the demise of the last Ottoman Caliphate and controversies surrounding recent calls to resurrect it, transcending alarmist agendas to answer fundamental questions about why the memory of the Calilhate lingers on among diverse Muslims.
Demystifying the Caliphate | Hurst Publishers
Hafsa marked it as to-read Mar 06, Religious Secularity Naser Ghobadzadeh. Final list of participants Convenor: There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Female 8 Male 10 Participation by age: No trivia or quizzes yet. One participant said that Salafis, for example, are known for their cross- cultural marriages. Rallies in support of resurrecting the Caliphate seem deserving of derision and are believed to be the first steps toward the dismantling of the democratic state.
The variety of perspectives represented at the workshop, including those of insider activists, encouraged stimulating exchanges, while participants were mindful to retain neither an apologist nor an alarmist approach to a topic that has provoked heated and polarised debate throughout demystifykng world.
My library Help Advanced Book Search. He has published widely on religion, society and law in Russia.
Read our cookies policy. A bold new perspective on a controversial debate, this book examines the assumptions underlying Western and Islamic contentions. The Caliphate today is a contested concept among many actors in the Muslim world, Europe and beyond, the reinvention and imagining of which may appear puzzling to most of us.
Academic Skip to main content. Oxford University PressNov 12, – Religion – pages.
Demystifying the Caliphate
Fourth, to explore the differences in the political projects of those who call for the revival of the caliphate. In Western popular imagination, the Caliphate often conjures up an array of negative images, while rallies organised in support of resurrecting the Caliphate are treated with a mixture of apprehension and disdain, as if they were the first steps towards usurping democracy. Usman Butt rated it really liked it Aug 23, While some Muslims may be nostalgic for the Caliphate, only very few today seek to make that dream come true.
She is the author of several books on Saudi Arabia.
With calkphate aplomb, caliphatd dispassionate contributors of this extraordinary volume reveal the benefits, but also the limits, of the cultural capital that informs the social imaginary of multiple Muslim audiences when they evoke, or hear others evoke, the caliphate. In particular, the presentations illuminated the wide range of views that contemporary Muslims hold about the revival of the caliphate, debunking the myth that this is a universal ideal for all Muslims.
Log In Sign Up.
From London to the Caucasus, to Jakarta, Demystifyung, and Baghdad, the contributors explore the concept of the Caliphate and the re-imagining of the Muslim ummah as a diverse multi-ethnic community. Several conclusions were drawn at the workshop.
Meanwhile, another participant said that, while the realism and specifics of political projects differ, all Muslims aspire to the caliphate because at its core are the ideals of political unity and a fair distribution of wealth.
Caitlin marked it as to-read Oct 07, Contemporary Controversies in Asia Chair: