Sonntag, 29. August 2021

Handbuch der kleineren mittelöstlichen Glaubensgemeinschaften sowie aus dem Islam hervorgegangene Bewegungen


Muhammad Afzal Upal / Carole M. Cusack
Handbook of Islamic Sects
and Movements

Editor's information & contents
Handbook of Islamic Sects and Movements offers a multinational study
of Islam, its variants, influences, and neighbouring movements,
from a multidisciplinary range of scholars.
These chapters highlight the diversity of Islam, especially
in its contemporary manifestations, as a religion of many communities,
theologies, and ideologies.
Over five sections — on Sunni, Shia, Sufi, fundamentalist,
and fringe Islamic movements —
the authors provide historical overviews, analyses, and in-depth studies
 of large and small Islamic and related groups from all around the world.
The contents of this volume will be of interest to both newcomers
 to the study of Islam and established scholars of religion
who wish to engage with the dynamic label of Islam
and the many impactful movements of the Islamic world.

Introduction: Islamic Sects and Movements 
  Carole M. Cusack and M. Afzal Upal 

Part 1: Sunnī Traditions

Introduction to Part 1 

Sectarianism in Sunnī Islam  - Ronald Geaves 

Tablīghī Jamāʿat  -  Zacharias Pieri 

The Muslim Brotherhood  -  Rickard Lagervall 

The Gülen Movement: Between Turkey and International Exile 
   - Caroline Tee 

The Islam Nusantara Movement in Indonesia - Hisanori Kato 

Nahdlatul Ulama (NU): A Grassroots Movement
   Advocating Moderate Islam
 -  Faried F. Saenong 

Women and Islamic Movements  -  Eva Nisa 

Part 2: Shīʿa Traditions

Introduction to Part 2 

Imāmiyya Shīʿa (The Twelvers) - Mohammad Fazlhashemi 

Zaydism - Najam Haider 

10 The Ismāʿīlīs and Their Traditions - Farhad Daftary 

11 The Dāʾūdī Bohras (Mustaʿlī Ismāʿīlī Shīʿa) 
      Using Modernity to Institutionalise a Fāṭimid Tradition -  Jonah Blank 

12 The Alevīs and ʿAlawīs - Yvette Talhamy 

13 The Heyʾati Movement 
      Charismatic Preachers, Politics and Youth CultureDavid Thurfjell 

Part 3: Fundamentalisms and Extremists

Introduction to Part 3 

14 The Citadel of Salafism -  Joas Wagemakers 

15 The Taliban -  Jon Armajani 

16 Ḥamās: The Islamic Resistance Movement - Shaul Bartal 

17 Hizb ut-Tahrir: Dreaming of Caliphate - Meerim Aitkulova 

18 Ungoverned or Alternatively Governed Spaces in North-Eastern Nigeria 
     A Critical Exploration of Boko Haram’s Ideological MotifBenson O. Igboin 

19 From Identity to Militancy: The Shīʿa of Hezbollah - Steven Childs 

20 The Faizrakhmanisty: The Islamic Sect
      as a Social Problem in Russia
 - Kaarina Aitamurto 

21 Theology of Violence-oriented Takfirism as a Political Theory:
      The Case of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS)
 -  Emin Poljarevic 

Part 4: Ṣūfism and Its Influences

Introduction to Part 4 

22 Ṣūfism - Marta Dominguez Diaz 

23 Javād Nūrbakhsh and the Niʿmatullāhī ‘Khaniqahi’ Order - Milad Milani 

24 Subud: An Indonesian Interpretation of Ṣūfism - Antoon Geels 

25 René Guénon and Traditionalism - William Rory Dickson 

26 Ṣūfism and the Gurdjieff ‘Work’: A Contested Relationship - Carole M. Cusack 

Part 5: In Between and on the Fringes of Islam

Introduction to Part 5 

27 The Cultural Genetics of the Aḥmadiyya Muslim Jamāʿat - M. Afzal Upal 

28 The Nation of Islam -  Edward E. Curtis IV 

29 The Moorish Science Temple of America - Fathie Ali Abdat 

30 The Ansaaru Allah Community - Susan J. Palmer 

31 The Druze - Hussam S. Timani 

32 Yezidism -  Victoria Arakelova 

33 The Bahāʾī Faith - Lil Osborn 


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