Contemporary Thought in the Islamic World promotes new
directions in scholarship in the study of Islamic thinking. Muslim
scholars of today challenge deeply ingrained dichotomies and
binaries. New ideas have stimulated an upcoming generation of
progressive Muslim thinkers and scholars of Islam to radically
rethink the ways in which immediate and emergent issues affecting
the contemporary Islamic world are to be assessed. Central in these
new discourses are notions such as cosmopolitanism, exile,
authority and resistance. This series aims to take the field beyond
the usual historical-philological and social science-driven
approaches, and to insert the study of Islam and the Muslim world
into far wider multi-disciplinary inquiries on religion and
religiosity in an increasingly interconnected world.
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