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Eine 'moderne' Madrasa: Deoband und koloniale Säkularität
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dc.contributor.authorIngram, Brannon D.de
dc.date.accessioned2019-07-25T14:58:51Z
dc.date.available2020-01-24T00:00:09Z
dc.date.issued2019de
dc.identifier.issn0172-6404de
dc.identifier.urihttps://www.ssoar.info/ssoar/handle/document/63269
dc.description.abstractThis article situates the emergence of the Deoband movement, an Islamic revivalist movement based at India’s Dar al-‘Ulum Deoband madrasa (seminary), within concepts of colonial secularity in British India. It shows how the decline of first Mughal and then British patronage for Islamic learning, as well as the post-1857 British policy of non-interference in ‘religious’ matters, opened up a space for Deobandi scholars to re-conceive the madrasa as a ‘religious’ institution rather than one engaged in the production of civil servants, to reimagine the ‘ulama’ as stewards of public morality rather than professionals in the service of the state, and to reframe the knowledge they purveyed as ‘religious’ knowledge distinct from the ‘useful’ secular knowledge promoted by the British. The article treats this production of ‘religious’ knowledge and space as discourse of distinction similar to those explored elsewhere in this HSR Special Issue.de
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dc.subject.ddcSociology & anthropologyen
dc.subject.ddcGeschichtede
dc.subject.ddcHistoryen
dc.subject.ddcSoziologie, Anthropologiede
dc.subject.othercolonialism; madrasa; modernity; secularityde
dc.title'Modern' Madrasa: Deoband and Colonial Secularityde
dc.title.alternativeEine 'moderne' Madrasa: Deoband und koloniale Säkularitätde
dc.description.reviewbegutachtet (peer reviewed)de
dc.description.reviewpeer revieweden
dc.source.journalHistorical Social Research
dc.source.volume44de
dc.publisher.countryDEU
dc.source.issue3de
dc.subject.classozReligionssoziologiede
dc.subject.classozSociology of Religionen
dc.subject.classozSocial History, Historical Social Researchen
dc.subject.classozSozialgeschichte, historische Sozialforschungde
dc.subject.thesozmodernizationen
dc.subject.thesozIndiende
dc.subject.thesozSäkularisierungde
dc.subject.thesozIslamen
dc.subject.thesozcolonialismen
dc.subject.thesozreligious movementen
dc.subject.thesozsecularizationen
dc.subject.thesozmoral educationen
dc.subject.thesozreligious scienceen
dc.subject.thesozreligiöse Bewegungde
dc.subject.thesozIslamde
dc.subject.thesozconservatismen
dc.subject.thesozReligionde
dc.subject.thesozreligionen
dc.subject.thesozmoralische Erziehungde
dc.subject.thesozKonservatismusde
dc.subject.thesozIndiaen
dc.subject.thesozKolonialismusde
dc.subject.thesozModernisierungde
dc.subject.thesozReligionswissenschaftde
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dc.source.pageinfo206-225de
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dc.source.issuetopicIslamicate Secularities in Past and Presenten
dc.identifier.doihttps://doi.org/hsr.44.2019.3.206-225de
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