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'In Imperial Russia's Muslims: Islam, Empire, and European Modernity, 1788-1914, Mustafa Tuna provides us with a thorough discussion of the worlds of Muslims in central Russia, from the establishment of the first Imperial Muftiate by Catherine the Great in 1788 to roughly World War I. Perspectives on Empire. ISBN: 978-1-107-03249-1. Mustafa Tuna untersucht in Imperial Russia's Muslims den sozialen wie kulturellen Wandel musli-mischer Gemeinschaften in Zentralasien in der Periode vom ausgehenden 18. Jahrhundert bis zum Ausbruch des Ersten Weltkriegs. Auf der Grundlage eines reichen Fundus russischer und osmanischer Quellen führt Tuna in die. Imperial Russia’s Muslims offers an exploration of social and cultural change among the Muslim communities of Central Eurasia from the late eighteenth century through to the outbreak of the First World War. Drawing from a wealth of Russian and Turkic sources, Mustafa Tuna surveys the roles of Islam, social networks, state interventions, infra- structural changes, and the globalization of European modernity in transforming imperial Russia’s oldest Muslim.

Michael Kemper, Die Welt des Islams 'In Imperial Russia's Muslims: Islam, Empire, and European Modernity, 1788-1914, Mustafa Tuna provides us with a thorough discussion of the worlds of Muslims in central Russia, from the establishment of the first Imperial Muftiate by Catherine the Great in 1788 to roughly World War I.

Imperial Russia’s Muslims: Islam, Empire, and European Modernity, 1788–1914. Critical Perspectives on Empire. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York, 2015. xiii276 pp. Illustrations. Notes. Bibliography. Index. £64.99: $99.99. Ten years ago you could still count the number of English-language monographs on the Muslims of the. Jan 31, 2017 · In Imperial Russia’s Muslims: Islam, Empire, and European Modernity, 1788–1914, Mustafa Tuna provides us with a thorough discussion of the worlds of Muslims in central Russia, from the establishment of the first Imperial Muftiate by Catherine the Great in 1788 to roughly World War I. This well-written monograph is an attempt to rethink the complex situation of Muslims in a non-Muslim empire. Mustafa Tuna: Imperial Russia's Muslims: Islam, Empire and European Modernity, 1788-1914 Critical Perspectives on Empire '' 978-1-108-44780-5: Lynne Rickards: Games Pink a Band '' 978-1-108-44781-2: Alex Eeles: Suli's Big Race Blue Band '' 978-1-108-44782-9: Shoua Fakhouri: Omar's First Day at School Pink B Band '' 978-1-108-44783-6. Drawing from a wealth of Russian and Turkic sources, Mustafa Tuna surveys the roles of Islam, social networks, state interventions, infrastructural changes and the globalization of European modernity in transforming imperial Russia's oldest Muslim community: the Volga-Ural Muslims. Shifting between local, imperial and transregional frameworks, Tuna reveals how the Russian state sought to manage Muslim communities, the ways in which both the state and Muslim. Mustafa Tuna Duke University Historians who study imperial Russia’s Muslims have long used the term “intelligentsia” as well as the corresponding Turkic words such as “ziyâlılar” and “aydınlar” enlightened ones to refer to or in relation with a turn of the twentieth-century phenomenon that is otherwise known as “Jadidism” cedîdcilik, which might loosely be interpreted as modernist or progressive reformism among the tsarist empire’s Muslims.1.

See Mustafa Tuna, Imperial Russia’s Muslims: Islam, Empire and European Modernity, 1788–1914 Cambridge, 2015. 6 " Fanny Colonna, ‘Educating Conformity in French Colonial Algeria’, in Frederick Cooper and Ann Laura Stoler eds., Tensions of Empire: Colonial Cultures in a Bourgeois World Berkeley and London, 1997. Russian-Ottoman borderland,. Imperial Russia ’ s Muslims: Islam, empire and European modernity,. empires were enmeshed within trans-imperial webs of connection. Shifting between local, imperial and transregional frameworks, Tuna reveals how the Russian state sought to manage Muslim communities, the ways in which both the state and Muslim society were transformed by European modernity, and the extent to which the long nineteenth century either fused Russia's Muslims and the tsarist state or drew them apart.

Drawing from a wealth of Russian and Turkic sources, Mustafa Tuna surveys the roles of Islam, social networks, state interventions, infrastructural changes and the globalization of European modernity in transforming imperial Russia's oldest Muslim community: the Volga-Ural Muslims. Mustafa Tuna Ph.D. 2009, Princeton University is Associate Professor of Russian and Central Eurasian History and Culture in the Departments of Slavic and Eurasian Studies & History at Duke University and is affiliated with the Duke Islamic Studies Center and the Duke Middle East Studies Center.

Mustafa Tuna’s monograph on Volga-Ural Muslims in the Russian Empire serves as good example of such asymmetry in the imperial legal landscape. The Russian Empire, as an Orthodox power, integrated its Muslim population into the political system by empowering local ulema and establishing the Orenburg Muslim Spiritual Assembly. T. Sep 20, 2012 ·, For Prophet and Tsar: Islam and Empire in Russia and Central Asia Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2006; Tuna, Mustafa, “ Madrasa Reform as a Secularizing Process: A View from the Late Russian Empire,” Comparative Studies in Society and History 53 2011: 540 –70. ANTONOV Sergei, Bankrupts and Usurers of Imperial Russia: Debt, Property, and the Law in the Age of Dostoevsky and Tolstoy, Cambridge MA – Londres: Harvard University Press, 2016, 388 p., index, ill. BROOKS PLATT Jonathan, Greetings Pushkin: Stalinist Cultural Politics and the Russian National Bard, Pittsburgh PA:University of Pittsburgh Press Pitt Series in Russian and East European. Islamic Philosophy, Science, Culture, and Religion: Studies in Honor of Dimitri Gutas, Edited by David Reisman and Felicitas Opwis, BRILL, 476 p. Imperial Russia’s Muslims, Islam, Empire and European Modernity, 1788-1914: Part of Critical Perspectives on Empire, Mustafa Tuna, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015, ISBN. His first book, titled Imperial Russia's Muslims: Islam, Empire, and European Modernity, 1788-1917, is published by Cambridge University Press in the "Critical Perspectives on Empire Series." His second book project, titled Said Nursi's Path of Light: Faith, Practice, and Spirituality in the Works of a Twentieth-Century Scholar of Islam, aims to establish the relevance of the teachings of Said Nursi 1878-1960, a.

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