Islamic Education, Diversity and National Identity: Dini Madaris in India Post 9/11
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BeschreibungIn the aftermath of the 9/11 attack in the United States and the consequent declaration of the global `war on terrorism', madrasa education has received unprecedented attention.
The intensified debates on the role of Muslim educational institutions - the dini madaris - revolve primarily around the following questions:
Is there a link between madaris and violence, anti-national activities, or terrorism?
How transparent is the funding and patronage structure of these Islamic educational networks?
What are the political implications of their educational system?
In answering these questions, the 12 original essays in this volume offer a survey on the phenomenon of madrasa education in India.
InhaltsverzeichnisPreface - Helmut Reifeld
Towards a Reform of the Indian Madrasa? An Introduction - Jan-Peter Hartung
PART ONE: HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
A Modernist View of Madrasa Education in Late Mughal India - Saiyid Naqi Husain Jafri
Madaris and the Challenges of Modernity in Colonial India - Farhat Hasan
Madrasa and Khanaqah, or Madrasa in Khanaqah? Education and Sufi Establishments in Northern India - Saiyid Zaheer Husain Jafri
Shi'a Madaris of Awadh - Syed Najmul Raza Rizvi
Historical Development and Present Situation
PART TWO: REGIONAL PERSPECTIVES
The Nadwat al-`ulama' - Jan-Peter Hartung
Chief Patron of Madrasa Education in India and a Turntable to the Arab World
Madrasa Education in Bihar - S J Paul Jackson
Understanding Deoband Locally - Arshad Alam
Interrogating Madrasat diya' al-`ulum
Islamic Education in a Tamil Town - Torsten Tschacher
The Case of Kilakkarai
PART THREE: CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS
The First Madrasa - Patricia Jeffery, Roger Jeffery and Craig Jeffrey
Learned Mawlawis and the Educated Mother
Muslim Reactions to the Post 9/11 Media Discourse on the Indian Madaris - Mareike Jule Winkelmann
The Indian Madaris and the Agenda of Reform - Yoginder Sikand
PART FOUR: A VIEW FROM WITHIN
The Introduction of Natural Sciences in Madrasa Education in India - Syed Abul Hashim Rizvi
Afterword - Gunter Mulack
Dialogue and Cooperation with the Islamic World
PressestimmenThe book covers the subject of Islamic education with particular reference to the dini madrassa system in India. What emerges should interest scholars and other concerned with educational reform…. All the articles in the book are well-researched and provide a wealth of information.
Untertitel: New. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: SAGE PUBN
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2006
Seitenanzahl: 320 Seiten