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Islamic societies to the nineteenth century : a global history

Author: Ira Marvin Lapidus, történész iszlámkutató
Publisher: Cambridge New York Cambridge University Press 2012
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ira Marvin Lapidus, történész iszlámkutató
ISBN: 9780521732987 0521732980
OCLC Number: 1014884900
Description: 758 p. ill., térkép 24 cm
Contents: Introduction to the history of Islamic societies; Book I. Part I. The Beginnings of Islamic Civilizations, The Middle East from c.600 to c.1000: 1. Middle Eastern societies before Islam; 2. Historians and the sources; 3. Arabia; 4. Muhammad: preaching, community, and state formation; 5. Introduction; 6. The Arab-Muslim conquests and the socio-economic bases of empire; 7. Regional developments: economic and social changes; 8. The caliphate to 750; 9. The 'Abbasid empire; 10. Decline and fall of the 'Abbasid empire; 11. Introduction: religion and identity; 12. The ideology of imperial Islam; 13. The 'Abbasids: caliphs and emperors; 14. Introduction; 15. Sunni Islam; 16. Shi'i Islam; 17. Muslim urban societies to the tenth century; 18. The non-Muslim minorities; 19. Continuity and change in the historic cultures of the Middle East; Book I. Part II. From Islamic Community to Islamic Society: Egypt, Iraq and Iran, 945-c.1500: 20. The post-'Abbasid Middle Eastern state system; 21. Muslim communities and Middle Eastern societies: 1000-1500 CE; 22. The collective ideal; 23. The personal ethic; 24. Conclusion: Middle Eastern Islamic patterns; Book II. The Global Expansion of Islam from the Seventh to the Nineteenth Century: 25. Introduction: Islamic institutions; 26. Islamic north Africa to the thirteenth century; 27. Spanish-Islamic civilization; 28. Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco from the thirteenth to the nineteenth centuries; 29. States and Islam: North African variations; 30. Introduction: empires and societies; 31. The Turkish migrations and the Ottoman empire; 32. The post-classical Ottoman empire: decentralization, commercialization, incorporation; 33. The Arab regions of the Middle East; 34. The Safavid empire; 35. The Indian subcontinent: the Delhi sultanates and the Mughal empire; 36. Islamic empires compared; 37. Inner Asia from the Mongol conquests to the nineteenth century 38. Islamic societies in Southeast Asia; 39. The African context: Islam, slavery, and colonialism; 40. Islam in Sudanic, Savannah, and forest west Africa; 41. The West African jihads; 42. Islam in East Africa and the European colonial empires; 43. Conclusion: the varieties of Islamic societies; 44. The global context
Responsibility: [by] Ira M. Lapidus.

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