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Author Moaddel, Mansoor.

Title Islamic modernism, nationalism, and fundamentalism : episode and discourse / Mansoor Moaddel.

Published Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2005.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail  320.557 MOAD    AVAILABLE
Physical description x, 448 pages ; 23 cm
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Introduction: Sociological Theories of Ideology and Cultural Change 1 -- Part 1 Rise of Islamic Modernism -- 1 Social Transformation and the Origins of Islamic Modernism 29 -- 2 Historical Discontinuity and International Transfer of Meaning 42 -- 3 Europocentric Rationalism and Islamic Modernism in India 52 -- 4 French Enlightenment and Islamic Modernism in Egypt 75 -- 5 Iran: The Bastion of Traditionalism and Conservative Reaction 101 -- Part 2 Rise of Liberal Nationalism, Arabism, and Arab Nationalism -- 6 Egypt: The Rise of Liberalism and Territorial Nationalism 125 -- 7 Syria: From Liberal Arabism to Pan-Arab Nationalism 147 -- 8 Iran: From Constitutionalism and Anticlerical Secularism to Economic Nationalism 171 -- Part 3 Rise of Islamic Fundamentalism -- 9 Rise of the Muslim Brothers in Egypt: From Moderate to Revolutionary Activism 197 -- 10 Ba'athist Socialism and Militant Reformist Fundamentalism in Syria 221 -- 11 Iran: Monarchy-Centered Nationalist Discourse and the Origins of Clergy-Centered Revolutionary Shi'ism 240 -- 12 Algeria: The Socialist Turn and Radical Islamism 265 -- 13 Jordanian Exceptionalism: The Alliance between the State and the Muslim Brothers 292 -- Conclusion: Episode and Discourse: Ideology, Target, and Practice in the Islamic World 320.
Subject Islam and politics -- Islamic countries.
Religion and politics -- Islamic countries.
Islamic modernism -- Islamic countries.
Islamic fundamentalism -- Islamic countries.
Nationalism -- Religious aspects -- Islam.
Islamic countries -- Politics and government.
ISBN 0226533328 (cloth : alk. paper)
0226533336 (paperback: alk. paper)