DOI:​10.1017/S0026749X07002922
Corpus ID: 1367556
Islamic Reform and Modernities in South Asia1
F. Robinson
Published 2008
Political Science

Modern Asian Studies
From the beginning of the Islamic era, Muslim societies have experienced periods of renewal (tajdid). Since the eighteenth century, Muslim societies across the world have been subject to a prolonged… Expand
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