Nile Green
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Bombay Islam: The Religious Economy of the West Indian Ocean, 1840–1915
Nile Green
Geography
21 March 2011
1. Missionaries and reformists in the market of Islams 2. Cosmopolitan cults and the economy of miracles 3. The enchantment of industrial communications 4. Exports for an Iranian marketplace 5. The… Expand
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Sufism: A Global History
Nile Green
History
20 February 2012
List of Maps and Illustrations ix Preface and Acknowledgments xi Maps xiv Introduction 1 1 Origins, Foundations and Rivalries (850 1100) 15 2 An Islam of Saints and Brothers (1100 1400) 71 3 Empires,… Expand
48 Citations
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Rethinking the "Middle East" after the Oceanic Turn
Nile Green
Sociology
2014
Models of geographical space are empowered by a hard rhetoric that, in suggesting the concrete stability of the longue duree , lends the aura of geological fixity. But while places might themselves… Expand
22 Citations
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Bombay Islam: Contents
Nile Green
History
2011
68 Citations
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The Religious and Cultural Roles of Dreams and Visions in Islam*
Nile Green
PhilosophyJournal of the Royal Asiatic Society
1 November 2003
Abstract Since “visions appear material to spiritual persons only, the vulgar herd of historians and annalists cannot hope to be so favoured by Heaven”. So, in his nineteenth-century account of the… Expand
46 Citations
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The Waves of Heterotopia: Toward a Vernacular Intellectual History of the Indian Ocean
Nile Green
History
1 June 2018
11 Citations
1
The Uses of Books in a Late Mughal Takiyya: Persianate Knowledge Between Person and Paper*
Nile Green
HistoryModern Asian Studies
28 September 2009
Abstract This paper addresses several questions that appear preliminary to understanding the circulation of knowledge in early modern India (circa 1500 to 1800): What work did writing do? What was… Expand
24 Citations
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Persian Print and the Stanhope Revolution: Industrialization, Evangelicalism, and the Birth of Printing in Early Qajar Iran
Nile Green
Sociology
2010
Through a detailed examination of the emergence of printing in Iran, this essay argues that the diffusion of printing through Islamic Asia in the early 1820s took place as part of a printing global… Expand
19 Citations
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Anti-Colonial Japanophilia and the constraints of an Islamic Japanology: information and affect in the Indian encounter with Japan
Nile Green
Sociology
1 July 2013
Against a background of expansive Indian and Middle Eastern interest in Japan after the Russo-Japanese War, this essay examines the epistemological foundations of this evolving knowledge about Japan… Expand
8 Citations
1
Making Space Sufis and Settlers in Early Modern India
Nile Green
Geography
16 February 2012
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS PREFACE 1. BETWEEN TEXTS AND TERRITORIES 2. THE MIGRATION OF A MUSLIM RITUAL 3. TRIBE, DIASPORA AND SAINTHOOD IN INDO-AFGHAN HISTORY 4. MIGRANT SUFIS AND SACRED SPACE 5. THE… Expand
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