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Conceptualising the Umma: An Introduction

Piscatori, James


Muslim societies, like all others, are inexorably interconnected with cultural exchanges, intimate political interactions and a degree of economic interdependence.2 Building on historical precedents, ‘Islam’ has seemed naturally cosmopolitan. Over time Muslims have developed a sense of interconnectedness, even an idealisation of unity, as seemingly contradictory trends unfolded – as states and parochial identities became entrenched in the Muslim world and as broader networks have emerged. A...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2019-08-26
Type: Journal article
Source: The Muslim World
DOI: 10.1111/muwo.12286


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