9780132269698

A History of the Muslim World since 1260: The Making of a Global Community

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    9780132269698

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    0132269694

  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 1/28/2016
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

For the second half of a two-course sequence in Muslim history, Islamic Civilization, and religious studies courses on Islam. The history of the predominantly Muslim world is examined within the context of world history. It examines political, economic, and broad cultural developments, as well as specifically religious ones. The themes of the book are tradition and adaptation: It examines the tensions between the desire of Muslims to maintain continuity with their legacy and their recognition of the need to adapt to changing conditions.

Table of Contents

Mongol Hegemony, 1260-1405
The Great Transformation
The Mongol Khanates
The Qipchaq Khanate
The Il-khanate
The Chaghatay Khanate
New Centers of Islamic Culture
The Mamluke Empire
The Delhi Sultanate
The Ottoman Sultanate
Scourges
Plague
Timur Lang
Conclusion
Unity And Diversity In Islamic Traditions
Intellectual Life in the Fourteenth Century
The End of the Golden Age?
Against All Odds
Law
The Queen of the Sciences
The Closing of the Gate of Ijtihad?
The Varieties of Religious Expression
Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy
The Proliferation of Sufi Groups
Conclusion
Muslim Ascendancy, 1405-1750
The Central Muslim Lands
The Ottoman Empire
The Creation of an Empire
Society
The State
The Economy
Culture
From Dominance to Parity
The Arabian Peninsula
The Holy Cities
Yemen and Oman
The Eurasian Steppes
Conclusion
The Umma In The West
The Iberian Peninsula
Mudejars
Granada
Moriscos
The Maghrib
The Land
The Berber States
Crusaders, Corsairs, and Janissaries
The Regencies
Alawite Morocco
The Sudan
Trans-Saharan Trade
The Islamization of the Western and Central Sudan
The Islamization of the Eastern Sudan
The Intensification of the Slave Trade
Islam in the Sudan
Conclusion
Central Asia And Iran
Central Asia
The Timurids
The Uzbek Khanate
The Islamization of Central Asia
Iran
The Nizaris Regroup
The Safavids: A Militant Sufi Order
The First Twelver Shi`ite Empire
The Apocalypse Postponed
Society
The State
The Decline of Tariqa Sufism
The Economy
Culture
The End of an Empire
Conclusion
South Asia
South Asia after the Delhi Sultanate
Southern and Central South Asia
The Indo-Gangetic Plain
Islam in South Asia
Patterns of Muslim Influence
South Asian Sufism
An Isma`ili Revival
The Timurids in South Asia: The Mughals
The Formation of the Mughal Empire
Society
The State
The Economy
Culture
The End of Imperial Rule
Conclusion
The Indian Ocean Basin
A Muslim Lake
The East Coast of Africa
Berbera and the Land of the Zanj
The Impact of Imperialism
Kerala
The Land of Pepper
The Impact of Imperialism
Southeast Asia
The Malayo-Polynesian Lands
The Lure of the Spice Islands
The Impact of Imperialism
The Appeal of a Universal Faith
A Loss of Dynamism
Conclusion
The World Turned Upside Down, 1750-Present
Reform And Renewal, 1750-1875
Developments within Twelver Shi`ism
The Growth of Mujtahid Authority
Twelver Ritual Life
Sunni Reform Movements
A Search for First Principles
Jihad Movements
European Intervention and Annexation
South Asia
Southeast Asia
The Indian Ocean Basin
The Caucasus and Central Asia
North Africa
Governmental Responses to External Threats
The Ottoman Empire
Iran
Cultural Fragmentation
Conclusion
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