Islamic Narrative and Authority in Southeast Asia: From the 16th to the 21st Century
Springer, 2007. 6. 11. - 255페이지
This is a literary and anthropological analysis of historical narratives that illuminate regional notions of cosmological kingship, cosmopolitan notions of Islamic law and mysticism, and global notions of the modern bureaucratic state. These notions have coexisted in Southeast Asia since the Sixteenth century and influence politics to this day.
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Chapter 2 The Ruler as Perfect Man in Southeast Asia 15001667
Chapter 3 Cosmopolitan Islam in South Sulawesi 16401705
Chapter 4 Islamic Martyrdom and the Great Lord of the VOC 17051988
Chapter 5 Popular Mysticism and the Colonial State 18111936
Chapter 6 Cosmopolitan Piety and the Late Colonial State 18501950
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Abd al-Jalil Abdullah Abeng Aceh al-Din al-Raniri Andi Arung Palakka Austronesian Bakka Banten Barasanji Batari Bira Bone Bugis Bulukumba bureaucratic caliphs charismatic authority claim colonial cosmopolitan cult Daeng Mati’no Daeng Nisanga Daeng Pasau Darul Islam Datu Museng daughter descendents Dutch elite father gallarrang Gama’s Gibson Golkar governor Gowa Haji Gama hajj hajjis Hakim Hamzah Fansuri hierarchy Imam Indonesia Ismail Java Kajang kali Karaeng Mamampang Khalwatiyya kingdom kings of Gowa Koran Lemo Luwu Maipa Makassar Malinkaeng marriage married Mecca modernist Muhammad Muhammad Idris Muhammadiyah Muslim mystical myths narratives nineteenth century noble officials Panre Abeng Patunru political Prophet rank recitation religion religious rituals royal ancestor royal house rulers Sammaniyya Selayar Shaikh Yusuf shariah Sinrili social South Sulawesi Southeast Asia Sufi Suharto sultan of Gowa Sumbawa symbolic complexes symbolic knowledge Taliwang Tallo tariqa Tera Tiro tomb traditional authority Ujung Pandang ulama village