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Book: Sultans, Traders, and Pilgrims in Gujarat

michelboivin (8 oct. 2010)

Samira Sheikh, Forging a Region: Sultans, Traders, and Pilgrims in Gujarat 1200-1500, New Delhi, Oxford University Press, 2010, 265 p. As a historian of Medieval India, Samira Sheikh publishes a slightly revised version of the Ph. D. she prepared at Oxford University some years ago. The book is most ...

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MA dissertation: De-centering Devotion in Sehwan Sharif

Rémy (20 sept. 2009)

Omar F. Kasmani, De-centering Devotion: The Complex Subject of Sehwan Sharif, MA thesis in Anthropology, Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilizations, 27 September 2009. "Anthropological studies on ritual in South Asia have tended to emphasize an all-pervasiveness of the sacred so much so, it is ...

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Interview with Kishwar Rizvi, 2010

Rémy (15 févr. 2010)

Kishwar Rizvi is Assistant Professor of Islamic Art History and Islamic Architecture at Yale University. She has recently completed a book: The Safavid Dynastic Shrine: History, religion and architecture in early modern Iran (London: British Institute for Persian Studies, I. B. Tauris, 2010). Dr ...

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PhD thesis: Shia-Ismaili Motifs in the Sufi Architecture of the Indus Valley

Rémy (21 avr. 2009)

Hasan Ali Khan, Shia-Ismaili Motifs in the Sufi Architecture of the Indus Valley, 1200-1500 A.D., PhD thesis in Religious Studies, SOAS, London, 30 April 2009. "The relationship between Shiism and Sufism is one of the most unexplored areas of Islamic studies. Its study has traditionally been ...

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The First International Conference on Karachi (2013)

Rémy (14 déc. 2012)

The First International Conference on Karachi will be held in 2013 in Karachi. For the purpose abstracts are invited on the broad theme divided in to ‘the historical’, ‘the contemporary’, and ‘the physical’ on all subjects related to Karachi. Abstracts should be 300 – 350 words ...

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Book review: The wandering Sufis by Kumkum Srivastava

Rémy (2 nov. 2010)

Kumkum Srivastava, The Wandering Sufis. Qalandars and Their Path, Bhopal-New Delhi: Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Manav Sangrahalaya-Aryan Books International, 2009, xviii-267 p. Despite its flashy comics-style cover design, this book is a scholarly piece. Composed of six chapters and two appendices, ...

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Transnationalism and Regional Cults, a paper by Pnina Werbner

Rémy (12 nov. 2009)

Transnationalism and Regional Cults: The Dialectics of Sufism in the Plurivocal Muslim World   Pnina Werbner Keele University May 2009   You can download the whole paper at the bottom of this page. Introduction: the Problem of Comparison in Sufi Orders I have been thinking for some time about the ...

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Book: Karachi. Order Disorder and the Struggle for the City by Laurent Gayer

Rémy (1 mars 2014)

Laurent Gayer, Karachi: Order Disorder and the Struggle for the City, London: Hurst, 2014. Laurent Gayer is a  Research Fellow at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), currently posted at the Centre de sciences humaines (CSH), Delhi. He is also Research Associate at the Centre d ...

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Book: Sufism and everyday politics of belonging in South Asia by Dandekar and Tschacher

Rémy (1 nov. 2016)

Dandekar, D. and Tschacher, T., eds, Islam, Sufism and everyday politics of belonging in South Asia, London: Routledge, 2016. "This book looks at the study of ideas, practices and institutions in South Asian Islam, commonly identified as ‘Sufism’, and how they relate to politics in South Asia. ...

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Book: Annexation and the Unhappy Valley by Matthew Cook

Rémy (1 mars 2016)

Matthew A. Cook, Annexation and the Unhappy Valley, The Historical Anthropology of Sindh’s Colonization. Leiden: Brill, 2016. "Annexation and the Unhappy Valley: The Historical Anthropology of Sindh’s Colonization addresses the nineteenth century expansion and consolidation of British colonial ...

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