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Islamisation and its opponents in Java a political, social, cultural and religious history, c. 1930 to the present by M. C. Ricklefs

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Published by University of Hawaii Press in Honolulu .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Javanese (Indonesian people),
  • Islam,
  • Islam and politics,
  • Religion

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementM.C. Ricklefs
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBP63.I5 R48 2012
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25307299M
ISBN 109780824837334
LC Control Number2012015451

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Islamisation and Its Opponents in Java draws on a formidable body of sourecs, including interviews, archival documents and a vast range of published material, to situate the Javanese religious experience from the s to the present day in its local political, social, cultural and religious settings. The concluding part of the author's monumental three-volume series assessing more than six centuries of the on-going Islamisation of the Javanese. Islamisation and Its Opponents in Java draws on a formidable body of sources, including interviews, archival documents and a vast range of published material, to situate the Javanese religious experience from the s to the present day in its local political, social, cultural and religious settings. The concluding part of the author's monumental three-volume series assessing more than six centuries of the on-going Islamisation of the Javanese. Ricklefs, M. C.: Islamisation and Its Opponents in Java: A Political, Social, Cultural and Religious History, c. to Present. Singapore: NUS Press, ; pp. Author: Dennis Walker. Islamisation and Its Opponents in Java A Political, Social, Cultural and Religious History, c. to the Present M.C. Ricklefs Ricklefs_Islamisation combined t3 3 6/20/ PM.

Islamisation and Its Opponents in Java draws on a formidable body of sources, including interviews, archival documents and a vast range of published material, to situate the Javanese religious experience from the s to the present day in its local political, social cultural and religious settings. Islamisation and Its Opponents in Java chapter 8 An Islamising society Quite unlike Javanese life in the s to mids, in the post-Soeharto era, from politics to government to culture to social practices to literature to academic life, Islam is prominent. Forty years ago an academic seminarCited by: M.C. Ricklefs, Islamisation and its Opponents in Java c. to the Present.   Islamisation and its opponents in Java: A political, social, cultural, and religious history, c. to the : Megan Brankley Abbas.

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