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Appropriations and Contestations of the Islamic Nomenclature in Muslim North India

Elitism, Lexicography, and the Meaning of The Political

Jan-Peter Hartung

independence movements around the time of World War I. The conceptual pivot of the following investigation is siyāsa(t) , 5 a quite complex and even elusive term that appears to refer to a rather broad range of possible contexts. The various auxiliary

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Conceptual History and South Asian History

State of the Art

Max Stille

aforementioned contribution by Rao and Subrahmanyam stresses the importance of including other languages beyond Persian and Sanskrit articulations of the political by the terms siyāsat and rājniti , respectively. Jan-Peter Hartung, in an overview of the career

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Islam and Pious Sociality

The Ethics of Hierarchy in the Tablighi Jamaat in Pakistan

Arsalan Khan

Tablighis often use interchangeably with the Urdu term siyasat , to draw attention to the specific meanings Tablighis assign to the category. References Ahmad , Irfan . 2009 . “ Genealogy of the Islamic State: Reflections on Maududi’s Political Thought

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From Wakīl to Numā’indah

A History of Urdu Concepts for Political Representation in North India, 1858–1919

Eve Tignol

, “The Theory of the Contract,” 60. 30 John Stuart Mill, Considerations on Representative Government (1861), Gutenberg Project, 2004, chapter 3, (accessed October 2021). 31 Khan, “Siyāsat aur

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Arabic Grammar Curricula for Primary Schools in Middle Eastern Countries

A Comparative Study

Haifaa Majadly and Aharon Geva-Kleinberger

Education in Israel] , ed. M. Miʿārī (Nazareth: Arab Educational Committee and the Follow-up Committee on Arab Education, 2014), 73–121. 38 Amārah and ʿAbd Al-Raḥmān Marʿī, Siyāsat al-Tarbiyah l-Lughawiyyah Tujāha l-Muwāṭinīna l-ʿArab fī Isrāʾīl