Muslim Ethiopia : the Christian legacy, identity politics and Islamic reformism

edited by Patrick Desplat and Terje Østebø

Muslim Ethiopia: The Christian Legacy, Identity Politics and Islamic Reformism is a pioneering collection of studies on Islam in contemporary Ethiopia. This volume challenges the popular notion of a 'Christian Ethiopia' imagined as the centuries-old, never-colonized Abyssinia, isolated in the highlands and dominated by Orthodox Christianity. In addition to marginalizing Muslim cultures and societies within Ethiopia, this notion has also excluded Muslims from public discourse and led to the neglect of Islam in Ethiopian studies. This is strikingly at odds with the country's cultural and historical reality, as Muslims constitute a significant part of the population and have contributed significantly to its development. Muslim Ethiopia develops this overlooked nexus of Ethiopian and Islamic Studies, while broadening our understandings of Muslims in Africa as a whole.

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  • Contents Acknowledgement Foreword
  • Benjamin Soares Introduction: Muslims in Ethiopia: The Christian Legacy, Identity Politics and Islamic Reformism
  • Patrick Desplat & Terje Ostebo PART I: CAPACITIES, CONSTRAINTS, NEW WAYS OF LIVING 1. Muslim Struggle for Recognition in Contemporary Ethiopia
  • Dereje Feyissa 2. Being Young, Being Muslim in Bale
  • Terje Ostebo 3. Religious Change and the Remaking of Boundaries among Muslim Afar Pastoralists
  • Simone Rettberg PART II: ISLAM, IDENTITY, AND REFORM 4. The Formation of Trans-religious Pilgrimage Centers in Southeast Ethiopia: Sitti Momina and the Faraqasa Connection
  • Minako Ishihara 5. The Gendering Dimension in Sufi Contestation of Religious Orthodoxy: Representations of Women in a Sufi Shrine at Tiru Sina
  • Meron Zeleke 6. Negotiating Wali Venerating Practices in Ethiopia: Islamic Reformist Movements and Identity Politics in Siltie Zone
  • Zerihun A. Woldeselassie 7. Against Wahabism? Islamic Reform, Ambivalence and Sentiments of Loss in Harar
  • Patrick Desplat PART III: ETHIOPIAN MUSLIMS AND THE HORN OF AFRICA 8. Islam, War and Peace in the Horn of Africa
  • Haggai Erlich 9. Transborder Islamic Activism in the Horn of Africa: The Case of Tadamun - an Ethiopian Muslim Brotherhood?
  • Stig Jarle Hansen 10. Ahlu Sunna wa l-Jama'a in Somalia
  • Roland Marchal and Zakaria M. Sheekh Postscript
  • Terje Ostebo List of Contributors

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書名 Muslim Ethiopia : the Christian legacy, identity politics and Islamic reformism
著作者等 Ostebo Terje
Østebø Terje
Desplat Patrick
出版元 Palgrave Macmillan
刊行年月 2013
ページ数 xii, 267 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 9781349459315
9781137325297
NCID BB13953249
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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