MAKING A MUSLIM : reading publics and contested identities in nineteenth century north india
Post 1857, colonial India witnessed the emergence of numerous new forms of Muslim identities, some emerging as new Islamic 'sects' (maslaks), and others based on educational priorities. This book critically examines, how a feeling of utter humiliation - zillat - acted as an agentive force allowing Muslims to remake their many identities.
Print Book, English, 2021
CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS, [S.l.], 2021