Jews And Muslims In South Asia

Author: Yulia Egorova
Editor: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199856249
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In this book, Yulia Egorova explores how South Asian Jews and Muslims relate to each other outside of a Western and Christian context, and reveals that despite some important differences, the relationship is still intrinsically connected to global narratives about Jews and Muslims. She also shows how the Hindu right have turned the South Asian Jewish experience into a rhetorical tool to deny the existence of discrimination against religious minorities, and how this ostensible celebration of Jewishness masks both anti-Muslim and anti-Jewish prejudice. Jews and Muslims in South Asia is a fascinating new contribution to the academic discussion of anti-Semitism, Islamophobia, and their overlapping histories.

The Role Of Islam In South Asia

Author: G. D. Gadre
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Near East And South Asian Series

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Islam And Muslims In South Asia

Author: Zafar Ahmad
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Islam In South Asia

Author: Rashīd Aḥmad Jālandharī
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Making Bodies Kosher

Author: Ben Kasstan
Editor: Berghahn Books
ISBN: 1789202280
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For Haredi Jews, reproduction is entangled with issues of health, bodily governance and identity. This is an analysis of the ways in which Haredi Jews negotiate healthcare services using theoretical perspectives in political philosophy. This is the first archival and ethnographic study of Haredi Jews in the UK and sits at the intersection of medical anthropology, social history and Jewish studies. It will allow readers to understand how reproductive care issues affect this growing minority population.

Immigration To Europe From South Asia And The Muslim World

Author: Naveed Ahmad Tahir
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Journal Of South Asian And Middle Eastern Studies

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The Jewish Quarterly

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Islam And Muslim Communities In South Asia

Author: Nadeem Hasnain
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Religious Persecution In The Middle East

Author: U. S. Government Staff
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Islam In South Asia Theory And Practice

Author: Mushirul Hasan
Editor: Manohar Publishers and Distributors
ISBN: 9788173047428
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The readings in this series are designed to cover important facets of islam in South Asia, and to enhance our understanding of `Islam Observed` and `Islam Interpreted`. Volume 1 reveals, with the aid of travellers, novelists, missionaries and administrators, how the nation of a distinct and exclusive Muslim Identity came to be invented in the latter part of the nineteenth century. The second half of this volume, based on scholarly writings, provides a corrective to these images and representations.

The Middle East And South Asia 2002

Author: Malcolm B. Russell
Editor: Stryker Post Publications
ISBN: 9781887985437
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Time S Monster

Author: Priya Satia
Editor: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 0674248376
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An award-winning author reconsiders the role of historians in political debate. For generations, British thinkers told the history of an empire whose story was still very much in the making. While they wrote of conquest, imperial rule in India, the Middle East, Africa, and the Caribbean was consolidated. While they described the development of imperial governance, rebellions were brutally crushed. As they reimagined empire during the two world wars, decolonization was compromised. Priya Satia shows how these historians not only interpreted the major political events of their time but also shaped the future that followed. Satia makes clear that historical imagination played a significant role in the unfolding of empire. History emerged as a mode of ethics in the modern period, endowing historians from John Stuart Mill to Winston Churchill with outsized policymaking power. At key moments in Satia’s telling, we find Britons warding off guilty conscience by recourse to particular notions of history, especially those that spotlighted great men helpless before the will of Providence. Braided with this story is an account of alternative visions articulated by anticolonial thinkers such as William Blake, Mahatma Gandhi, and E. P. Thompson. By the mid-twentieth century, their approaches had reshaped the discipline of history and the ethics that came with it. Time’s Monster demonstrates the dramatic consequences of writing history today as much as in the past. Against the backdrop of enduring global inequalities, debates about reparations, and the crisis in the humanities, Satia’s is an urgent moral voice.

The Middle East And South Asia

Author: Malcolm B. Russell
Editor: Stryker Post Publications
ISBN: 9781887985215
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The Middle East And South Asia 1994

Author: Malcolm B. Russell
Editor: Stryker Post Publications
ISBN: 9780943448862
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The Middle East And South Asia 1993

Author: Malcolm B. Russell
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Terrorism And The Middle East Peace Process

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on Near Eastern and South Asian Affairs
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