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Religion, Language, and Power (Paperback): Nile Green, Mary Searle-Chatterjee Religion, Language, and Power (Paperback)
Nile Green, Mary Searle-Chatterjee
R1,062 Discovery Miles 10 620 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Religion, Language and Power shows that the language of 'religion' is far from neutral, and that the packaging and naming of what English speakers call 'religious' groups or identities is imbued with the play of power. Religious Studies has all too often served to amplify voices from other centers of power, whether scripturalist or otherwise normative and dominant. This book's de-centering of English classifications goes beyond the remit of most postcolonial studies in that it explores the classifications used in a range of languages - including Arabic, Sanskrit, Chinese, Greek and English - to achieve a comparative survey of the roles of language and power in the making of 'religion' . In contextualizing these uses of language, the ten contributors explore how labels are either imposed or emerge interactively through discursive struggles between dominant and marginal groups. In dealing with the interplay of religion, language and power, there is no other book with the breadth of this volume.

Indian Sufism since the Seventeenth Century - Saints, Books and Empires in the Muslim Deccan (Hardcover): Nile Green Indian Sufism since the Seventeenth Century - Saints, Books and Empires in the Muslim Deccan (Hardcover)
Nile Green
R3,185 Discovery Miles 31 850 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Sufism is often regarded as standing mystically aloof from its wider cultural settings. By turning this perspective on its head, Indian Sufism since the Seventeenth Century reveals the politics and poetry of Indian Sufism through the study of Islamic sainthood in the midst of a cosmopolitan Indian society comprising migrants, soldiers, litterateurs and princes. Placing the mystical traditions of Indian Islam within their cultural contexts, this interesting study focuses on the shrines of four Sufi saints in the neglected Deccan region and their changing roles under the rule of the Mughals, the Nizams of Haydarabad and, after 1948, the Indian nation. In particular Green studies the city of Awrangabad, examining the vibrant intellectual and cultural history of this city as part of the independent state of Haydarabad. He employs a combination of historical texts and anthropological fieldwork, which provide a fresh perspective on developments of devotional Islam in South Asia over the past three centuries, giving a fuller understanding of Sufism and Muslim saints in South Asia.

The Love of Strangers - What Six Muslim Students Learned in Jane Austen's London (Paperback): Nile Green The Love of Strangers - What Six Muslim Students Learned in Jane Austen's London (Paperback)
Nile Green
R561 R464 Discovery Miles 4 640 Save R97 (17%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

How a group of Iranian students sought love and learning in Jane Austen's London In July 1815, six Iranian students arrived in London under the escort of their chaperone, Captain Joseph D'Arcy. Their mission was to master the modern sciences behind the rapid rise of Europe. Over the next four years, they lived both the low life and high life of Regency London, from being down and out after their abandonment by D'Arcy to charming their way into society and landing on the gossip pages. The Love of Strangers tells the story of their search for love and learning in Jane Austen's England. Drawing on the Persian diary of the student Mirza Salih and the letters of his companions, Nile Green vividly describes how these adaptable Muslim migrants learned to enjoy the opera and take the waters at Bath. But there was more than frivolity to their student years in London. Burdened with acquiring the technology to defend Iran against Russia, they talked their way into the observatories, hospitals, and steam-powered factories that placed England at the forefront of the scientific revolution. All the while, Salih dreamed of becoming the first Muslim to study at Oxford. The Love of Strangers chronicles the frustration and fellowship of six young men abroad to open a unique window onto the transformative encounter between an Evangelical England and an Islamic Iran at the dawn of the modern age. This is that rarest of books about the Middle East and the West: a story of friendships.

Bombay Islam - The Religious Economy of the West Indian Ocean, 1840-1915 (Paperback): Nile Green Bombay Islam - The Religious Economy of the West Indian Ocean, 1840-1915 (Paperback)
Nile Green
R886 Discovery Miles 8 860 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

As a thriving port city, nineteenth-century Bombay attracted migrants from across India and beyond. Nile Green's Bombay Islam traces the ties between industrialization, imperialism and the production of religion to show how Muslim migration fueled demand for a wide range of religious suppliers, as Christian missionaries competed with Muslim religious entrepreneurs for a stake in the new market. Enabled by a colonial policy of non-intervention in religious affairs, and powered by steam travel and vernacular printing, Bombay's Islamic productions were exported as far as South Africa and Iran. Connecting histories of religion, labour and globalization, the book examines the role of ordinary people - mill hands and merchants - in shaping the demand that drove the market. By drawing on hagiographies, travelogues, doctrinal works, and poems in Persian, Urdu and Arabic, Bombay Islam unravels a vernacular modernity that saw people from across the Indian Ocean drawn into Bombay's industrial economy of enchantment.

Islam and the Army in Colonial India - Sepoy Religion in the Service of Empire (Paperback): Nile Green Islam and the Army in Colonial India - Sepoy Religion in the Service of Empire (Paperback)
Nile Green
R687 Discovery Miles 6 870 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Set in Hyderabad in the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this book, a study of the cultural world of the Muslim soldiers of colonial India, focuses on the soldiers' relationships with the faqir holy men who protected them and the British officers they served. Drawing on Urdu as well as European sources, the book uses the biographies of Muslim holy men and their military followers to recreate the extraordinary encounter between a barracks culture of miracle stories, carnivals, drug-use and madness with a colonial culture of mutiny memoirs, Evangelicalism, magistrates and the asylum. It explores the ways in which the colonial army helped promote this sepoy religion while at the same time attempting to control and suppress certain aspects of it. The book brings to light the existence of a distinct 'barracks Islam' and shows its importance to the cultural no less than the military history of colonial India.

Afghanistan's Islam - From Conversion to the Taliban (Paperback): Nile Green Afghanistan's Islam - From Conversion to the Taliban (Paperback)
Nile Green
R695 R586 Discovery Miles 5 860 Save R109 (16%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

A free ebook version of this title is available through Luminos, University of California Press's Open Access publishing program. Visit www.luminosoa.org to learn more. This book provides the first overview of the history and development of Islam in Afghanistan. Written by leading international experts, chapters cover every era from the conversion of Afghanistan through the medieval period to the present day. Based on primary sources in Arabic, Persian, Pashto, Uzbek, and Urdu, its depth of coverage is unrivalled in providing a developmental picture of Afghanistan's Islam, including such issues as the rise of Sufism, women's religiosity, state religious policies, and transnational Islamism. Looking beyond the unifying rhetoric of theology, the book reveals the disparate and contested forms of Afghanistan's Islam.

Bombay Islam - The Religious Economy of the West Indian Ocean, 1840-1915 (Hardcover): Nile Green Bombay Islam - The Religious Economy of the West Indian Ocean, 1840-1915 (Hardcover)
Nile Green
R1,827 Discovery Miles 18 270 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

As a thriving port city, nineteenth-century Bombay attracted migrants from across India and beyond. Nile Green's Bombay Islam traces the ties between industrialization, imperialism, and the production of religion to show how Muslim migration from the oceanic and continental hinterlands of Bombay in this period fueled demand for a wide range of religious suppliers, as Christian missionaries competed with Muslim religious entrepreneurs for a stake in the new market. Enabled by a colonial policy of non-intervention in religious affairs, and powered by steam travel and vernacular printing, Bombay's Islamic productions were exported as far as South Africa and Iran. Connecting histories of religion, labour, and globalization, the book examines the role of ordinary people mill hands and merchants in shaping the demand that drove the market. By drawing on hagiographies, travelogues, doctrinal works, and poems in Persian, Urdu, and Arabic, Bombay Islam unravels a vernacular modernity that saw people from across the Indian Ocean drawn into Bombay's industrial economy of enchantment."

Indian Sufism since the Seventeenth Century - Saints, Books and Empires in the Muslim Deccan (Paperback): Nile Green Indian Sufism since the Seventeenth Century - Saints, Books and Empires in the Muslim Deccan (Paperback)
Nile Green
R1,040 Discovery Miles 10 400 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Sufism is often regarded as standing mystically aloof from its wider cultural settings. By turning this perspective on its head, Indian Sufism since the Seventeenth Century reveals the politics and poetry of Indian Sufism through the study of Islamic sainthood in the midst of a cosmopolitan Indian society comprising migrants, soldiers, litterateurs and princes.

Placing the mystical traditions of Indian Islam within their cultural contexts, this interesting study focuses on the shrines of four Sufi saints in the neglected Deccan region and their changing roles under the rule of the Mughals, the Nizams of Haydarabad and, after 1948, the Indian nation. In particular Green studies the city of Awrangabad, examining the vibrant intellectual and cultural history of this city as part of the independent state of Haydarabad. He employs a combination of historical texts and anthropological fieldwork, which provide a fresh perspective on developments of devotional Islam in South Asia over the past three centuries, giving a fuller understanding of Sufism and Muslim saints in South Asia.

Islam and the Army in Colonial India - Sepoy Religion in the Service of Empire (Hardcover): Nile Green Islam and the Army in Colonial India - Sepoy Religion in the Service of Empire (Hardcover)
Nile Green
R1,578 Discovery Miles 15 780 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book was first published in 2009. Set in Hyderabad in the mid-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, this book, a study of the cultural world of the Muslim soldiers of colonial India, focuses on the soldiers' relationships with the faqir holy men who protected them and the British officers they served. Drawing on Urdu as well as European sources, the book uses the biographies of Muslim holy men and their military followers to recreate the extraordinary encounter between a barracks culture of miracle stories, carnivals, drug-use and madness with a colonial culture of mutiny memoirs, Evangelicalism, magistrates and the asylum. It explores the ways in which the colonial army helped promote this sepoy religion while at the same time attempting to control and suppress certain aspects of it. The book brings to light the existence of a distinct 'barracks Islam' and shows its importance to the cultural no less than the military history of colonial India.

Global Islam: A Very Short Introduction (Paperback): Nile Green Global Islam: A Very Short Introduction (Paperback)
Nile Green
R230 R191 Discovery Miles 1 910 Save R39 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

This book presents the first comprehensive survey of the multiple versions of Islam propagated across geographical, political, and cultural boundaries during the era of modern globalization. Showing how Islam was transformed through these globalizing transfers, it traces the origins, expansion and increasing diversification of Global Islam - from individual activists to organizations and then states - over the past 150 years. Historian Nile Green surveys not only the familiar venues of Islam in the Middle East and the West, but also Asia and Africa, explaining the doctrines of a wide variety of political and non-political versions of Islam across the spectrum from Salafism to Sufism. This Very Short Introduction will help readers to recognize and compare the various organizations competing to claim the authenticity and authority of representing the one true Islam.

Afghanistan in Ink - Literature Between Diaspora and Nation (Hardcover): Nile Green, Nushin Arbabzadah Afghanistan in Ink - Literature Between Diaspora and Nation (Hardcover)
Nile Green, Nushin Arbabzadah
R893 R826 Discovery Miles 8 260 Save R67 (8%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Afghanistan In Ink uses a wide and largely unknown corpus of twentieth century Afghan Dari and Pashto literature to show not only how Afghans have reflected on their modern history, but also how the state has repeatedly sought to dominate the ideological contours of that history through the patronage or exile of writers. Drawing on an abundance of Afghan language sources, the chapters by leading international experts reveal a disruptive twentieth century dynamic between the importing of multiple conflicting ideologies through literary globalisation and the destabilisation of the state as a consequence of these literary and ideological flows. As the first scholarly survey of modern Afghan literature, Afghanistan In Ink places the twentieth century's itinerant and exiled Afghan writers into their transnational contexts to trace Afghan artistic and ideological interactions with Muslim and Western nations. The volume emphasises the study of literatures in their social and political contexts. With its extensive contextualising introduction, this book provides both specialists and non-specialists with unique 'inside' perspectives on the interweaving of religious, political and cultural debates that have shaped modern Afghan society.

The Persianate World - The Frontiers of a Eurasian Lingua Franca (Paperback): Nile Green The Persianate World - The Frontiers of a Eurasian Lingua Franca (Paperback)
Nile Green
R744 R586 Discovery Miles 5 860 Save R158 (21%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

A free open access ebook is available upon publication. Learn more at www.luminosoa.org. Persian is one of the great lingua francas of world history. Yet despite its recognition as a shared language across the Islamic world and beyond, its scope, impact, and mechanisms remain underexplored. A world historical inquiry into pre-modern cosmopolitanism, The Persianate World traces the reach and limits of Persian as a Eurasian language in a comprehensive survey of its geographical, literary, and social frontiers. From Siberia to Southeast Asia, and between London and Beijing, this book shows how Persian gained, maintained, and finally surrendered its status to imperial and vernacular competitors. Fourteen essays trace Persian's interactions with Bengali, Chinese, Turkic, Punjabi, and other languages to identify the forces that extended "Persographia," the domain of written Persian. Spanning the ages of expansion and contraction, The Persianate World offers a critical survey of both the supports and constraints of one of history's key languages of global exchange.

Global Muslims in the Age of Steam and Print (Paperback): James L. Gelvin, Nile Green Global Muslims in the Age of Steam and Print (Paperback)
James L. Gelvin, Nile Green
R735 R577 Discovery Miles 5 770 Save R158 (21%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The second half of the nineteenth century marks a watershed in human history. Railroads linked remote hinterlands with cities; overland and undersea cables connected distant continents. New and accessible print technologies made the wide dissemination of ideas possible; oceangoing steamers carried goods to faraway markets and enabled the greatest long-distance migrations in recorded history.
In this volume, leading scholars of the Islamic world recount the enduring consequences these technological, economic, social, and cultural revolutions had on Muslim communities from North Africa to South Asia, the Indian Ocean, and China. Drawing on a multiplicity of approaches and genres, from commodity history to biography to social network theory, the essays in "Global Muslims in the Age of Steam and Print" offer new and diverse perspectives on a transnational community in an era of global transformation.
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Afghan History Through Afghan Eyes (Hardcover): Nile Green Afghan History Through Afghan Eyes (Hardcover)
Nile Green
R1,017 R934 Discovery Miles 9 340 Save R83 (8%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Recent international intervention in Afghanistan has reproduced familiar versions of the Afghan national story, from repeatedly doomed invasions to perpetual fault lines of ethnic division. Yet almost no attention has been paid to the ways in which Afghans themselves have made sense of their history. Radically questioning received ideas about how to understand Afghanistan, Afghan History Through Afghan Eyes asks how Afghan intellectuals, ideologues and ordinary people have understood their collective past. The book brings together the leading international specialists to focus on case studies of the Dari, Pashto and Uzbek histories which Afghans have produced in abundance since the formation of the Afghan state in the mid-eighteenth century. As crucial sources on Afghans' own conceptions of state, society and culture, their writings help us understand the dominant and marginal, conflicting and changing, ways in which Afghans have understood the emergence of their own society and its relationships with the wider world.Based on new research in Afghan languages, Afghan History Through Afghan Eyes opens up entirely fresh perspectives on Afghan political, social and cultural life, providing penetrating insights into the master narratives behind domestic and international conflict in Afghanistan.

The Love of Strangers - What Six Muslim Students Learned in Jane Austen's London (Hardcover): Nile Green The Love of Strangers - What Six Muslim Students Learned in Jane Austen's London (Hardcover)
Nile Green
R782 R619 Discovery Miles 6 190 Save R163 (21%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

In July 1815, six Iranian students arrived in London under the escort of their chaperone, Captain Joseph D'Arcy. Their mission was to master the modern sciences behind the rapid rise of Europe. Over the next four years, they lived both the low life and high life of Regency London, from being down and out after their abandonment by D'Arcy to charming their way into society and landing on the gossip pages. The Love of Strangers tells the story of their search for love and learning in Jane Austen's England. Drawing on the Persian diary of the student Mirza Salih and the letters of his companions, Nile Green vividly describes how these adaptable Muslim migrants learned to enjoy the opera and take the waters at Bath. But there was more than frivolity to their student years in London. Burdened with acquiring the technology to defend Iran against Russia, they talked their way into the observatories, hospitals, and steam-powered factories that placed England at the forefront of the scientific revolution. All the while, Salih dreamed of becoming the first Muslim to study at Oxford. The Love of Strangers chronicles the frustration and fellowship of six young men abroad to open a unique window onto the transformative encounter between an Evangelical England and an Islamic Iran at the dawn of the modern age. This is that rarest of books about the Middle East and the West: a story of friendships.

Writing Travel in Central Asian History (Hardcover): Nile Green Writing Travel in Central Asian History (Hardcover)
Nile Green; Contributions by Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Ron Sela, Laura Hostetler, Abbas Amanat, …
R1,722 R1,417 Discovery Miles 14 170 Save R305 (18%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

For centuries, travelers have made Central Asia known to the wider world through their writings. In this volume, scholars employ these little-known texts in a wide range of Asian and European languages to trace how Central Asia was gradually absorbed into global affairs. The representations of the region brought home to China and Japan, India and Persia, Russia and Great Britain, provide valuable evidence that helps map earlier periods of globalization and cultural interaction.

Writing Travel in Central Asian History (Paperback): Nile Green Writing Travel in Central Asian History (Paperback)
Nile Green; Contributions by Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Ron Sela, Laura Hostetler, Abbas Amanat, …
R583 R546 Discovery Miles 5 460 Save R37 (6%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

For centuries, travelers have made Central Asia known to the wider world through their writings. In this volume, scholars employ these little-known texts in a wide range of Asian and European languages to trace how Central Asia was gradually absorbed into global affairs. The representations of the region brought home to China and Japan, India and Persia, Russia and Great Britain, provide valuable evidence that helps map earlier periods of globalization and cultural interaction.

Global Islam - A Very Short Introduction (Standard format, CD): Nile Green Global Islam - A Very Short Introduction (Standard format, CD)
Nile Green; Read by Paul Boehmer
R275 R221 Discovery Miles 2 210 Save R54 (20%) Out of stock
Terrains of Exchange - Religious Economies of Global Islam (Hardcover): Nile Green Terrains of Exchange - Religious Economies of Global Islam (Hardcover)
Nile Green 1
R899 R845 Discovery Miles 8 450 Save R54 (6%) Out of stock

Terrains of Exchange offers a bold new paradigm for understanding the expansion of Islam in the modern world. Through the model of religious economy, it traces the competition between Muslim, Christian and Hindu religious entrepreneurs that transformed Islam into a proselytizing global brand. Drawing Indian, Arab, Iranian and Tatar Muslims together with Scottish missionaries and African-American converts, Nile Green brings to life the local sites of globalisation where Islam was repeatedly reinvented in modern times. Evoking terrains of exchange from Russia's imperial borderlands to the factories of Detroit and the ports of Japan, he casts a microhistorian's eye on the innovative new Islams that emerged from these sites of contact. Drawing on a multilingual range of materials, the book challenges the idea that globalisation has given rise to a unified 'global Islam.' Instead, it reveals the forces behind the fracturing of Islam in the hands of feuding and fissiparous 'religious firms'. Terrains of Exchange not only presents global history as Islamic history. It also reveals the forces of that history at work in the world today.

Sufism - A Global History (Hardcover, New): Nile Green Sufism - A Global History (Hardcover, New)
Nile Green
R1,664 Discovery Miles 16 640 Out of stock

Since their beginnings in the ninth century, the shrines, brotherhoods and doctrines of the Sufis held vast influence in almost every corner of the Muslim world. Offering the first truly global account of the history of Sufism, this illuminating book traces the gradual spread and influence of Sufi Islam through the Middle East, Asia, Africa, and ultimately into Europe and the United States. * An ideal introduction to Sufism, requiring no background knowledge of Islamic history or thought * Offers the first history of Sufism as a global phenomenon, exploring its movement and adaptation from the Middle East, through Asia and Africa, to Europe and the United States of America * Covers the entire historical period of Sufism, from its ninth century origins to the end of the twentieth century * Devotes equal coverage to the political, cultural, and social dimensions of Sufism as it does to its theology and ritual * Dismantles the stereotypes of Sufis as otherworldly 'mystics', by anchoring Sufi Muslims in the real lives of their communities * Features the most up-to-date research on Sufism available

Bombay Islam - The Religious Economy of the West Indian Ocean, 1840-1915 (Electronic book text): Nile Green Bombay Islam - The Religious Economy of the West Indian Ocean, 1840-1915 (Electronic book text)
Nile Green
R2,484 R1,903 Discovery Miles 19 030 Save R581 (23%) Out of stock

As a thriving port city, nineteenth-century Bombay attracted migrants from across India and beyond. Nile Green's Bombay Islam traces the ties between industrialization, imperialism, and the production of religion to show how Muslim migration from the oceanic and continental hinterlands of Bombay in this period fueled demand for a wide range of religious suppliers, as Christian missionaries competed with Muslim religious entrepreneurs for a stake in the new market. Enabled by a colonial policy of non-intervention in religious affairs, and powered by steam travel and vernacular printing, Bombay's Islamic productions were exported as far as South Africa and Iran. Connecting histories of religion, labour, and globalization, the book examines the role of ordinary people mill hands and merchants in shaping the demand that drove the market. By drawing on hagiographies, travelogues, doctrinal works, and poems in Persian, Urdu, and Arabic, Bombay Islam unravels a vernacular modernity that saw people from across the Indian Ocean drawn into Bombay's industrial economy of enchantment."

Global Islam - A Very Short Introduction (MP3 format, CD): Nile Green Global Islam - A Very Short Introduction (MP3 format, CD)
Nile Green; Read by Paul Boehmer
R289 R237 Discovery Miles 2 370 Save R52 (18%) Out of stock
Global Islam - A Very Short Introduction (Standard format, CD, Library Edition): Nile Green Global Islam - A Very Short Introduction (Standard format, CD, Library Edition)
Nile Green; Read by Paul Boehmer
R309 R259 Discovery Miles 2 590 Save R50 (16%) Out of stock
Religion, Language, and Power (Hardcover): Nile Green, Mary Searle-Chatterjee Religion, Language, and Power (Hardcover)
Nile Green, Mary Searle-Chatterjee
R2,320 R2,026 Discovery Miles 20 260 Save R294 (13%) Out of stock

Religion, Language and Power shows that the language of 'religion' is far from neutral, and that the packaging and naming of what English speakers call 'religious' groups or identities is imbued with the play of power. Religious Studies has all too often served to amplify voices from other centers of power, whether scripturalist or otherwise normative and dominant. This book's de-centering of English classifications goes beyond the remit of most postcolonial studies in that it explores the classifications used in a range of languages - including Arabic, Sanskrit, Chinese, Greek and English - to achieve a comparative survey of the roles of language and power in the making of 'religion' . In contextualizing these uses of language, the ten contributors in this book explore how labels are either imposed or emerge interactively through discursive struggles between dominant and marginal groups. In dealing with the interplay of religion, language and power, there is no other book with the breadth of this volume.

Making Space - Sufis and Settlers in Early Modern India (Hardcover): Nile Green Making Space - Sufis and Settlers in Early Modern India (Hardcover)
Nile Green
R1,384 Discovery Miles 13 840 Out of stock

This volume provides a comprehensive view of the social transformation in early modern India between 1500 and 1750 by studying various Sufi movements. It covers a wide range of topics from Sufism and polity in the Afghan frontier to north Indian context and further to Deccan and the southernmost points of influence of the Mughals. Weaving together investigations of architecture with texts, migration of people, and the ethnographies and local histories, the author investigates community formation and inter-community contact. He reveals the tensions between mobility and locality through the ways Sufi Islam responded to demands of settlement by preserving the migrant bodies of blessed men and the shrines, texts and rituals that surrounded them. The book explores how Afghan, Mughal and Hindustani Muslims constructed new homelands while remembering distant places of origin. Central to this process were migrant Sufis and the hagiographical texts and architectural territories through which they preserved memory over time and anchored it to new spaces of settlement. The book offers bold new insights into Indian, Islamic and comparative early modern history. This book will be an important reading for scholars, researchers, and students of early modern Indian history, Islamic studies, and religion particularly those interested in Sufism.

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