As'adiyah traditions : the construction and reproduction of religious authority in contemporary South Sulawesi
As'adiyah is the largest and most significant religious institution in South Sulawesi from the second part of the twentieth century, and Anregurutta Muhammad As'ad al-Bugis (1907-1952), the founder of this institution, has been a significant figure in the formation, transformation and reproduction of Islamic authority in the region. The literature on Islamic education and Islamic authority in Indonesia has tended to focus on Java and to a lesser extent on Sumatra. In addition, most of these...[Show more]
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