Islamism in the modern world : a historical approach / W.J. Berridge
- Berridge, W. J.
- London ; New York, NY : Bloomsbury Academic, 2019.
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- Physical Description:
- xi, 298 pages ; 24 cm
- Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction: Debates and terminology -- 2.Sufis, scholars and rebels: Classical precedents for contemporary Islamism -- 3.The assault on tradition: Islamic Revivalism in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries -- 4.Between Muslim rationalism and European colonialism: The Islamic reformists -- 5.The first Islamists: Hasan al-Banna and the Muslim Brotherhood, 1928-54 -- 6.Islamism's chief theoretician: Mawdudi, South Asia and the Jama'at-i-Islami -- 7.Marxist borrowings: Islamism and the left -- 8.Hate-filled extremist or brutalized intellectual? Sayyid Qutb -- 9.The rule of the jurist: Khomeini and the 1979 Iranian Revolution -- 10.Reformer, radical or maverick? Hasan al-Turabi and Islamism in Sudan -- 11.Between sharia, custom and patriarchy: Islamist views of women, women as Islamists -- 12.From Hizbullah to the Taliban: The militant wave -- 13.The extremist fringe? Al-Qa'eda, ISIS and the dawn of global jihadism -- 14.Twenty-first-century Abduhs? Post-Islamism, democracy and the Arab Spring.
- 1474272835 hardcover, 9781474272834 hardcover, 9781474272827 paperback, and 1474272827 paperback
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 271-286) and index.
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