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Since the Rise of the Taliban and Al-Qaeda, the Traditional Islamic Schools Known as Madrasas have Frequently been Portrayed as Hotbeds of Terrorism. For much Longer, Modernizers have Denounced Madrasas as Impediments to Social Progress, Although others have Praised them for their Self-Sufficiency and for Providing `Authentic` Grassroots Education. For Numerous Poor Muslims in Asia, the Madrasa Still Constitutes the Only Accessible form of Education. Madrasa Reform has been High on the Political and Social Agendas of Governments Across Asia, but the Madrasa itself Remains a Little Understood Institution. The Madrasa in Asia : Political Activism and Transnational Linkages Fills a Major Gap in Understanding the Dynamics of Muslim Education and Activism at the Grassroots. The Contributors who all have Extensive First-Hand Knowledge of the World of the Madrasa, Provide a Balanced Overview of the Social, Educational and Political Roles of Madrasas Across Asia, from China and Indonesia to Iran. Printed Pages: 304. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 44324
Inhaltsangabe: This fills a major gap in understanding the dynamics of Muslim education and activism at the grassroots. The contributors who all have extensive first-hand knowledge of the world of the madrasa, provide a balanced overview of the social, educational and political role of madrasas across Asia. From China and Indonesia to Iran.
About the Author: Farish A. Noor is senior fellow at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies at Nanyang Technical University in Singapore. Yoginder Sikand is a freelance writer based in Bangalore, India. Martin van Bruinessen is the ISIM Chair for the Comparative Study of Contemporary Muslim Societies at Utrecht University.
Titel: The Madrasa in Asia: Political Activism and ...
Verlag: Manohar Publishers & Distributors
Buchbeschreibung Amsterdam University Press, Amsterdam, 2008. Soft Cover. Buchzustand: Book good. First Edition. 303 pp. Index. Artikel-Nr. 09469
Buchbeschreibung Amsterdam, 2008. 303 pp. Softcover. Artikel-Nr. 274631
Buchbeschreibung Amsterdam Univ Pr, 2009. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Gebraucht. Gebraucht - Gut Haushaltsauflösung, diverse Mängel - Since the rise of organizations like the Taliban and Al Qaeda, the traditional Islamic school known as the 'madrasa' has frequently been portrayed as a terrorist hotbed. For much longer, the madrasa has been considered by some as a backward and petrified impediment to Islamic social progress. However, for an important segment of the poor Muslim populations of Asia, madrasas constitute the only accessible form of education and an opening to the wider world. This comprehensive volume presents a representative overview of the unknown world behind the walls of these institutions in nations such as China, Indonesia, Iran, and Pakistan, showcasing the educational changes and transnational networks that help to produce an alternative form of globalization. 303 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. INF1000831666