Sufism and Jihad in modern Senegal: the Murid order

Sociopolitical change, Islamic reform, and Sufism in West Africa -- Conflict and colonization: a new generation of Sufi reformers -- The construction of the Murid synthesis: perceptions of Amadu Bamba and Maam Cerno -- Translating the Murid mission: the founding of Darou mousty -- Symbiosis: coloniz...

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Published in:Rochester studies in African history and the diaspora
Main Author: Glover, John 1969-
Format: Print Book
Language:English
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Published: Rochester, NY [u.a.] University of Rochester Press 2007
Woodbridge Boydell & Brewer 2007
In:Rochester studies in African history and the diaspora
Edition:1. publ.
Series/Journal:Rochester studies in African history and the diaspora 32
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Senegal / Sufism / Mouridiyah
Further subjects:B Senegal
B Murīdīyah Senegal History
B Sufism Senegal History
B Islamic sects Senegal History
B Senegal Islam Sufism Muslime Murid Muslim Movement (Senegal) Geistliche Heiliger Krieg (Islam) History of religion studies Kolonialgeschichte
B Muridiyah Senegal History
Parallel Edition:Electronic
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Summary:Sociopolitical change, Islamic reform, and Sufism in West Africa -- Conflict and colonization: a new generation of Sufi reformers -- The construction of the Murid synthesis: perceptions of Amadu Bamba and Maam Cerno -- Translating the Murid mission: the founding of Darou mousty -- Symbiosis: colonization and Murid modernity -- Murid Taalibe: historical narratives and identity -- Conclusion: Murid historical identity
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references (p. 223 - 227) and index
ISBN:1580462685