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Muslim Reform in Southeast Asia


Author: Various (Editor: Syed Farid Alatas)

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Paperback. An ex-library copy. Roy. 8vo. (24 x 17 cm). In English. [iv], 118 p. Muslim reform in Southeast Asia: Perspectives from Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. The papers presented here in this volume are revised versions of presentations made at the Seminar on Muslims Reform in Southeast Asia, held on 5 to 6 March 2008 at the National University of Singapore. CONTENTS: The study of Muslim revival: a general framework / Syed Farid Alatas.; Islamic reform in Southeast Asia: assimilation, continuity and change / Azyumardi Azra.; Religious reform and the controversy surrounding Islamisation in Malaysia / Osman Bakar.; Negotiating reform and social changes in Indonesia / Irfan Abubakar.; Education reform and modernisation in Indonesia : critical reflection on the role of Islamic higher education institutions and pesantren in the making of progressive Islam / Syafiq Hasyim.; The idea of religious reform: perspectives of Singapore Malay-Muslim experiences / Azhar Ibrahim Alwee.

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