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Islam and cultural diversity in Southeast Asia

Islam and cultural diversity in Southeast Asia

Author: Ikuya Tokoro; Hisao Tomizawa; Tōkyō Gaikokugo Daigaku. Ajia Afurika Gengo Bunka Kenkyūjo,
Publisher: Tokyo : Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, 2015-2021. ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ikuya Tokoro; Hisao Tomizawa; Tōkyō Gaikokugo Daigaku. Ajia Afurika Gengo Bunka Kenkyūjo,
ISBN: 9784863371828 4863371829 9784863372597 4863372590 9784863373419 4863373414
OCLC Number: 1043950788
Notes: "Published on March 17, 2015"--Title page verso
Volume 2 and 3 edited by: Ikuya Tokoro and Hisao Tomizawa.
Description: 3 volumes : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: Volume1. Introduction: Islam and cultural diversity in Southeast Asia / Ikuya Tokoro --
A migrants' world from South Thailand to Kedah / Keiko Kuroda --
The trajectories of colonial education and Muslim Filipinos under American rule / Nobutaka Suzuki --
Expansion and control / Hisashi Ogawa --
The wedding ceremony as an expression of modern Muslim identity / Momo Shioya --
Muslim face-veiling in the Da'wa movement / Ryoko Nishii --
The controversy of universal human rights versus local perceptions and Muslim gender practices in the Philippines / Masami Mori --
The re-emergence of Islam in the context of Muslim separatism in the Philippines / Ikuya Tokoro --
Transnational marriages among Muslim refugees and their implications on their status and identity / Azizah Kassim --
Islamic financial institutions and CSR activity / Yasuhiro Fukushima --
Batiks dyed with "Chineseness" / Koji Tsuda --
Cultural and religious diversity in Sabah and relationships with surrounding areas / Jacqueline Pugh-Kitingan. Volume 2. Introduction: Islam and cultural diversity in Southeast Asia : perspectives from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Cambodia / Ikuya Tokoro, Hisao Tomizawa --
Islam and the National History of Indonesia / Yumi Sugahara --
The 33rd Nahdlatul Ulama Congress : Ulama-ness and the Rais Aam / Yasuko Kobayashi --
Increasing interest in Islamic clothes and "correctness" in Indonesia / Momo Shioya --
Balinese dances in multi-religious Jakarta : a preliminary study of Muslim learners and Hindu instructors / Yukako Yoshida --
Islam and cultural diversity in Malaysia as a mirror for Southeast Asia / Shamsul A.B. --
The transformation of Pan-Malayism in post-war Malay(si)a / Naoki Soda --
An alternative vision of Malayan decolonisation from the perspective of Muslim intellectuals in Singapore / Yuji Tsuboi --
Formation of Independent Education System in Sabah / Nao Kaneko --
The role of gong ensemble music in shaping ritual in Sabah : a comparison between Dusunic and Sama-Bajau cultures / Jacqueline Pugh-Kitingan --
Mindanao's Agricultural Colony Project and Muslim integration in the Colonial Philippines, 1913-1920 / Nobutaka Suzuki --
The Mindanao conflict and peace process from the Aquino to the Duterte presidency: a perspective from the Sulu Moro Cummonity / Ikuya Tokoro --
How Songkhla's Samrong Bridge inscriptions show the diversity of Southern Thailand society / Keiko Kuroda --
The Da'wa movement and the diversity of Muslim communities in Thailand / Ryoko Nishii --
From refusal to acceptance: dynamics between Muslims and Christians in Southern Thailand through NGO aid activities / Hisashi Ogawa --
Muslims in the lower Mekong : ideas and practices of cleanliness / Omar Farouk. Volume 3. Introduction: Islam and cultural diversity in Southeast Asia (Vol. 3) / Ikuya Tokoro, Hisao Tomizawa --
The Banning of Hizbut Tahrir : the threat to democracy and Islamic diversity in Indonesia? / Ahmad Najib Burhani, Ibnu Nadzir --
The Balance between Islam and worldly politics in the Babad Dipanagara / Yumi Sugahara --
The World view of Malay nationalists during the 1930 : their perspective on conflicts in multiethnic society / Yuji Tsuboi --
Sources of conflict or culture? Traditional chordophones in Sabah / Jacqueline Pugh-Kitingan --
The legend of Syarif Abu Bakar Shah : another grassroots history of Kedah people / Keiko Kuroda --
The Pashus of Lower Myanmar / Omar Farouk --
Recent developments in the application of Islamic law in Thai courts / Shinya Imaizumi --
Legal issues in Bansamoro and the rehabilitation process of Marawi in the Philippines / Masami Mori --
John Finley and his colonial experiments in the Southern Philippines : the Moro exchange and Ottoman Empire Islamic scholar / Nobutaka Suzuki --
Varying visions of the future state among Palestinians : a comparative study of cases in Palestine and Lebanon / Aiko Nishikida --
Other Titles: Perspectives from Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Cambodia
Responsibility: edited by Ikuya Tokoro.
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