7 edition of Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia found in the catalog.
Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||compiled and edited by Greg Fealy and Virginia Hooker.|
|Contributions||Fealy, Greg, 1957-, Hooker, Virginia Matheson, 1946-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||li, 540 p. :|
|Number of Pages||540|
|ISBN 10||9812303677, 9812303685|
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The book looks at the ideological and doctrinal content of Islam in Southeast Asia in all its facets, while also exploring the motivations underlying different interpretations and viewpoints.
This is an essential book for anyone seeking to understand the concerns, language and objectives of the main Muslim groups in Southeast Asia.5/5(1). Nur Hikmah, The Karyawan, April Alternative Voices challenges many writings and observations that record Muslim life in Southeast Asia as one that adopts a relatively "moderate Islam" or a religious orientation that is accomodating to the socio-cultural life of the people in Southeast Asia.
The book presents a dynamic contestation of religious orientations in the public sphere that can. This book through translated texts represents the rich heritage of more than million Muslims in Southeast Asia, who speak a number of different languages, and have diverse cultures and practices.
As the texts are rendered in English, no prior knowledge of Southeast Asian languages is required.5/5(1). Get this from a library. Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia: a contemporary sourcebook. [Greg Fealy; Virginia Matheson Hooker; Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.;] -- "The Muslim communities of Southeast Asia are diverse, complex and increasingly influential in the broader Islamic world.
However, the extraordinary breadth of practices and views across the Muslim. The book presents voices of Islam in Southeast Asia, through translations of original sources from this important region for the study of Islam. The region is home for ten countries: three in which Muslims are the majority (Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei) and seven where Islam is a minority religion (Cambodia, Laos, Singapore, Myanmar, the.
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia: A Contemporary Sourcebook Author Editor-Greg Fealy; Editor-Virginia Hooker Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Good Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Date published “The New Voices of Islam is a fine collection that effectively answers the question: where are the reformist voices in Islam.
Mehran Kamrava has done an excellent job of presenting the global diversity of Muslim thinking from North Africa to Southeast Asia, Europe to America.”—John L.
Esposito, University Professor and Founding Director. Islam is the most widely practised religion in Southeast Asia, numbering approximately million adherents which translate to about 42% of the entire population, with majorities in Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia as well Pattani in Thailand and parts of Mindanao in the Philippines respectively.
Significant minorities are located in the other Southeast Asian states. Essays on Islam in 8 Southeast Asia countries are followed by extracts from original sources covering a detailed number of topics, including the pillars of the religion, Sufism, Sharia, Islamic history and civilization, the family, jihad, and interactions between Muslims and : Ali Houissa.
The literary excerpts illustrate the impact of religious and ideological currents from early Buddhism to Islam and Roman Catholicism. The selections reveal how cultural influences from South Asia, China, the Arabic world, and Europe arrived in Southeast Asia and left their marks in the realms of literature, society, and by: 1.
This book focuses on developments among women scholars from the pesantren tradition working to develop progressive Islamic religious responses to contemporary gender issues. _____. “Teaching Islam in Southeast Asia,” in Education About Asia, Vol.
10, No. 1 (Spring ): Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia: a contemporary sourcebook / compiled and edited by Greg Fealy and Virginia Hooker Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Singapore Australian/Harvard Citation.
Fealy, Greg. & Hooker, Virginia Matheson. & Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. The Muslim world extends from North Africa to Southeast Asia.
In addition to some forty-three Muslim (majority) countries, Muslims constitute a significant minority in another twenty countries.
The more than million Muslims comprise almost a fifth of the world's population. Book Description. The Islamic community in Southeast Asia is widely regarded as one of the most moderate and tolerant in the Muslim world.
While most of the region’s Muslims are Sunni and fairly orthodox, the Islamic faith as practised in the region has historically been a syncretic blend of Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, and folk religions.
This course concentrates on historical and contemporary issues in Southeast Asian Islam. As a background, students will be presented with a general outline of the history and central teachings of Islam, before studying the process of Islamisation within Southeast Asia. It will examine the ongoing interaction between external Islamic influences and local political and religious traditions.
The Pew Forum interviewed Anwar following a roundtable on Islam in Southeast Asia co-sponsored by the Forum and the Council on Foreign Relations. He discussed the relationship between Islam and the West, the prospects for democratic transition in the Muslim world and the implications for U.S.
foreign policy. Islam Today: New Media and Youth Culture in the Middle East, South Asia and Southeast Asia" is a new collaborative program being organized by UC Berkeley's Centers for Middle Eastern Studies, South Asia Studies, and Southeast Asia Studies, with funding support from.
ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: xx, pages: illustrations, map ; 23 cm: Contents: Islamic liberalism in Indonesia / Luthfi Assyaukanie --Contemporary Islamic thought in Southeast Asia / Kamaruzzaman Bustamam-Ahmad --From Darul Arqam to the Ruqafa corporation: change and continuity in a Sufi movement in Malaysia / Ahmad Fauzi Abdul Hamid.
Book Review of Greg Fealy and Virginia Hooker (eds.): Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia – A Contemporary Sourcebook. Singapore: ISEAS, Author: Mirjam Künkler.
East Asia at the Center is an intellectual feat. James H. Bready, Baltimore Sun [Cohen] has attempted the impossible with East Asia at the Center and largely succeeded. His book is an absorbing corrective to the Eurocentric view that dominates most thinking about the.
AHS Illustrations and Illuminations: The Arts of the Book in the Islamic World AHS Sultans and Saints: The Visual and Material Culture of Islam in South Asia All Students must take a research seminar, MEISHIST (with Prof.
Zarinebaf) or an independent study with MEIS faculty. Islam is one of the world's major religions with close to 1 billion followers. It is also one of the fastest growing religions in the world. The word "Islam" means submission in Arabic, which is the religion's main language of prayer. The "submission" refers to obedience to God.
Southeast Asia Program Publications New and recent books published by Southeast Asia Program Publications, an imprint of Cornell University Press. View the PDF or the Issuu version. More Catalogs. Islam spread in a number of ways. Muslim armies brought Islam to north Africa and Spain, the Caucasus and the Middle Volga, Iran, central Asia and western Afghanistan.
Is part of Book Title Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia: a contemporary sourcebook Author(s) Greg Fealy, Virginia Matheson Hooker, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Indonesia Update Conference Date Publisher Institute of Southeast Asian Studies Pub.
‘The Best Form of Jihad Is to Tell a Word of Truth’ Islam helps inspire Southeast Asian journalists to fight for press freedoms. That could set a model for other states in Southeast Asia Author: Janet Steele. Buy INSIDE SOUTHEAST ASIA: RELIGION, EVERYDAY LIFE, CULTURAL CHANGE by MULDER, NIELS Living & Culture English Books available at with special promotions.
Islam is a religion of discernment, and permits differences of thinking – which is what makes it the great religion that it is. This action by JAIS demeans and insults the very essence of what Islam is. New Naratif, an independent news website covering Southeast Asia, defends Maryam’s right to.
Menchik Interviewed on Islam and Democracy in Indonesia. Septem Jeremy Menchik, Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Fredrick S. Pardee School of Global Studies at Boston University, was recently interviewed on his book Islam and Democracy in Indonesia: Tolerance Without Liberalism.
Menchik was interviewed for a Septem article. Unlike Islam’s historical contact with the West, which was often unhappy, Islam’s arrival in Southeast Asia was very different.
It brought hygiene and a system of trust which facilitated : George Yeo. Performance, Politics, Piety: Music as Debate in Muslim Societies of North Africa, West Asia, South Asia and their Diasporas University of Leeds (UK) Addresses academic and cultural discussions of the significance of music in the development, perception, and understanding of Islam.
A Topic of Dispute in Islam: Music () By Mustafa Sabri. Her most recent book, co-edited with Dr Greg Fealy, is an award-winning sourcebook on contemporary Islam in Southeast Asia. She has organised international conferences on Islam in Southeast Asia ( and ) with the proceedings of the second being published in as Islamic Perspectives on the New Millennium (co.
SUBJECT LISTING: Asian Studies / Southeast Asia, Anthropology, Law BIBLIOGRAPHIC INFORMATION: Pages, 6 x 9 in, 11 b&w illus., 1 map SERIES:. The term "Southeast Asia" was first used in by American pastor Howard Malcolm in his book Travels in South-Eastern Asia.
"Islam spread in Southeast Asia via Muslims of diverse ethnic and cultural origins, pro-expansionist voices at the court in Peking lost influence after the s and the voyages were discontinued.
The protraction. Religious Studies Research Guide Islam Search this Guide Search. Many of these resources were cited in Jim Zogby's latest book, Arab Voices. Islam in Contemporary Sub-Saharan Africa. East & Southeast Asia: an Annotated Directory of Internet : Eric Wedig. Some deal with the same issue with a focus on the future.
However, there has yet to be a book that deals with the relationship between Islam, Muslims, and democratization in the context of Asian cultures from the perspectives of theory and empirical country studies in South, Southeast, and Central Asia.
This volume seeks to help fill the gap. Distribute to students or project copies of two maps from the set of project maps, Southeast Asia: Conversion to Islam and Political Map of the Indo-Malay Region. Have students locate places mentioned in the Sears and Weintraub essays on the maps, including: Java, Cirebon, Demak, and Kudus.
Muslims live in almost every country in the world, and are the majority in forty-eight countries stretching from north Africa to southeast Asia, with the greatest populations concentrated in south.
Islamic Studies Databases & Reference Sources (Access may require CU log-in and is restricted to the CU community) Oxford Islamic Studies Online Current — ; A comprehensive reference center with a global perspective and is a source of timely, reliable, and accessible information on the history, peoples, beliefs, individuals, and cultures that constitute the world of : Ali Houissa.
Book Review: Book title: Voices of Islam in Southeast Asia; A contemporary sourcebook. Editors: Greg Fealy & Virginia Hooker. No. of Pages: Year: Publisher: The Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.Africa was the first continent into which Islam spread from Southwest Asia, during the early 7th century one-third of the world's Muslim population resides in the continent.
Muslims crossed current Djibouti and Somalia to seek refuge in present-day Eritrea and Ethiopia during the Hijrah (Arabic: هِـجْـرَة , 'Migration') to the Kingdom of Aksum.The problem, Dagli pointed out, is that Islam has already had its Reformation event: Salafi Islam, an anti-intellectual variant of Islam that arose in the 18th century rejecting more than 1,