Islam, society and politics in Central Asia

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Full title: Islam, society and politics in Central Asia / edited by Pauline Jones.
Other authors: Jones, Pauline (Professor of political science), (Editor)
Format: Book           

Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Reassessing the "Islamic Revival" in Central Asia / Pauline Jones
  • The social significance of Islam in post-Soviet Central Asia: the case of Kyrgyzstan / Rouslan Jalil
  • Beyond piety: self-related Muslims in Uzbekistan / Svetlana Peshkova
  • Radical Islam from below: The Mujaddidiya and Hizb-ut-Tahrir in the Ferghana Valley / Vera Exnerova
  • Engineering Islam: Uzbek state policies of control / David Abramson and Noah Tucker
  • Subversives and saints: Sufism and the state in Central Asia / Emily O'Dell
  • Unregistered: gray spaces in the Soviet regulation of Islam / Eren Murat Tasar
  • The ascendance of orthodoxy: nation building and religious pluralism in Central Asia / Noor O'Neill Borbieva
  • Islam, religious elites, and the state in post-Civil War Tajikistan / Tim Epkenhans
  • When religion resorts to violence explaining variation in religious-based mobilization in Kyrgyzstan / Alisher Khamidov
  • The localization of the Transnational Tablighi Jama'at Network in Kyrgyzstan / Mukaram Toktogulova
  • Transnational Islamic banks and local markets in Central Asia / Aisalkyn Botoeva
  • Studying Islam abroad: pious enterprises and educational aspirations of young Tajik Muslims / Manja Stephan-Emmrich
  • Central Asia as part of the Islamic core / Pauline Jones.