DOI:​10.1177/0021909610387758
Corpus ID: 55347196
Madrassah Education in Pre-colonial and Colonial South Asia
Ali Riaz
Published 2011
Sociology

Journal of Asian and African Studies
This paper traces the history of madrassahs (Islamic seminaries) in South Asia from their inception in the 12th century until the end of colonial rule in 1947. The paper argues that many of the pre… Expand
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