1 edition of Studies in Islamic history and institutions found in the catalog.
Studies in Islamic history and institutions
S. D. Goitein
Bibliography: p. [xi] Bibliographical footnotes
|Statement||by S. D. Goitein|
|LC Classifications||DS38 .G58|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, , 391 p.|
|Number of Pages||391|
|LC Control Number||66-9057|
HISTORY OF ISLAMIC INSTITUTIONS: PHILOSOPHY AND CURRICULUM. This course has finished. and then pursued higher studies at the Selcuk University Faculty of Theology and completeting his PhD at the Marmara University Institute of Social Sciences. His research of interests include Islamic History and Civilization, Institutions in the Muslim. Thurston’s Boko Haram (Princeton, ) more convincingly connects the politics of northeastern Nigeria to a distinctive Salafist-Jihadi worldview rooted in the region’s recent intellectual history. Nonetheless, MacEachern’s book will interest scholars of the Lake Chad region, contemporary Islamic thought, and Africa–Middle East relations.
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