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The Politicization of Islam

Reconstructing Identity, State, Faith, and Community in the Late Ottoman State (Studies in Middle Eastern History)

by Kemal H. Karpat

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Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


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Number of Pages544
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Open LibraryOL7390675M
ISBN 100195165438
ISBN 109780195165432

Ali Abd al-Raziq’s book addressed the political theory of Islam and concluded that in the absence of such a theory, Muslims have the possibility of choice. Taha Husayn (), the shaykh who promptly left al-Azhar and joined the newly established National University, had another task to fulfill along the same lines as Abduh’s thinking. The Politicization of Islam Reconstructing Identity, State, Faith, and Community in the Late Ottoman State Combining international and domestic perspectives, this book analyzes the transformation of the Ottoman Empire over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It views privatization of state lands and the increase of domestic and foreign.

  Now, why not attempting [(The Politicization of Islam: Reconstructing Identity, State, Faith and Community in the Late Ottoman State)] [Author: Kemal H. Karpat] [Dec] that give your satisfaction preference will be satisfied by reading this book. Politicizing Islam is a comparative ethnography that analyzes the religious and political dynamics of the Islamic revival in France and India, home to the largest Muslim minorities in Western Europe and Asia. These two secular democracies make for a productive comparison on the topic of Islam and politics, despite their obvious differences.

The politicization of Islam: reconstructing identity, state, faith, and community in the late Ottoman state.   Together with Navaro-Yashin, Faces of the State (), Meekerâ s book advances the study of stateâ society relations in Turkey to a new level of sophistication.2 Carter Vaughn Findley Ohio State University The Politicization of Islam: Reconstructing Identity, State, Faith, and Community in the Late Ottoman State.


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Kemal H. Karpat: The Politicization of Islam: Reconstructing Identity, State, Faith, and Community in the Late Ottoman State. New York: Oxford University Press, pages.

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"Professor Karpat's The Politicization of Islam is a landmark study. It does not simply refute an outdated approach picturing the entire transformation of the Ottoman Empire as a deadly and everlasting struggle between Islam and modernity, but offers an insightful analysis of how this transformation materialized during the nineteenth and early 3/5(1).

The politicization of Islam: reconstructing identity, state, faith, and community in the late Ottoman state / Kemal H. Karpat. — (Studies in Middle Eastern history) Includes bibliographical references and index.

ISBN 1. Turkey—History—– 2. Turkey—History—Mehmed V, – 3. Islam and state. A comparative ethnography of Islamic revival in France and India—home to the largest Muslim minority populations in Western Europe and Asia—Z. Fareen Parvez’s Politicizing Islam: The Islamic Revival in France and India presents a compelling argument for a closer examination of the politics of class in the study of Muslim political movements.

Combining international and domestic perspectives, this book analyzes the transformation of the Ottoman Empire over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. It views privatization of state lands and the increase of domestic and foreign trade as key factors in the rise of a Muslim middle class, which, increasingly aware of its economic interests and communal roots, then attempted to reshape the.

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Combining international and domestic perspectives, this book analyzes the transformation of the Ottoman Empire over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

It views privatization of state lands and the increase of domestic and. Politicization refers to the increasing contentiousness of decision making in the process of regional integration.

Research has focused on the conditions under which regional integration becomes politicized; how contestation over regional integration connects to domestic conflict; and the consequences of politicization for the speed and direction of regional integration.

A valuable effort and contribution in understanding the process of politicization of Islam."— Central Eurasian Studies Review "The book is an extended essay recording the author's ruminations on Ottoman history, Turkish politics, and their interconnections."—Price: $ The Politicization of Islam: Reconstructing Identity, State, Faith, and Community in the Late Ottoman State (Studies in Middle Eastern History) Kemal H.

Karpat Oxford and New York, Oxford University Press,ix + pp., index. Politicization of Islam in Turkey in. Political Islam represents one aspect of the Islamic revival that began in the 20th century, and not all forms of political activity by Muslims are discussed under the rubric of political Islam.

Some academic authors use the term Islamism to describe the same phenomenon or use the two terms interchangeably. Living Islam: Women, Religion and the Politicization of Culture in Turkey, by Ayse Saktanber. London, UK and New York: I.B.

Tauris Publishers, xxxii + pages. Appends, to p Bibl. to p. Index to p. $ Reviewed by Emelie A. Olson. This book is a welcome addition to a very small corpus of studies on "Islamist" women in. The book shows how Islam is politicized top-down by the state and then re-politicized by revival movements on the ground.

But this re-politicization is highly dependent on Muslim class relations-and it masks an array of practices, social relations, potentialities, and ultimately, different conceptions of politics as rooted in either community.

Kemal Karpat’s primary concern in his insightful, dense and often frustrating book, The Politicization of Islam: Reconstructing Identity, State, Faith and Community in the Late Ottoman State, is to do just that. His book challenges the dominant narrative of Turkish history that draws a clear distinction between religious forms of identity and Author: Dina Rizk Khoury.

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Politicization of Religion: Religion in Political Discourse. it indicates Islam will constantly exist and has influence in the political process. The Quran is a holy book that became the. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Living Islam: Women, Religion and the Politicization of Culture in Turkey by Ayse Saktanber (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay!

Free shipping for many products!From the foreword: ''The 'clash of civilizations' thesis is a gimmick, like 'The War of the Worlds,' better for reinforcing defensive self-pride than for critical understanding of the bewildering interdependence of our time. This book, in focusing on the ‘self’ and the ‘other’ in Jewish and Muslim thought, is an attempt in this direction.”Although the ''politicization'' of.PDF | The debate continues unabated: Is political Islam decipherable through the tenets of the Islamic tradition—or is it a tool of secular actors who | Find, read and cite all the research.