Islam

Acknowledgements; Introduction; Section 1; Chapter 1 The Localization and Nationalization of Islam in China; Chapter 2 Architectural Styles of Mosques in China: Analysis and Comments; Chapter 3 Islamic Culture in Tibet; Chapter 4 A Brief Narrative of Chinese Style Islamic Relics; Chapter 5 Studies o...

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Contributors: Jin, Yijiu 1933- (Publisher, Editor); Chan, Alex Ching-shing 1966- (Translator); Ho, Wai-Yip (Publisher, Editor)
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: Leiden Boston Brill [2017]
Series/Journal:Religious studies in contemporary China collection volume 6
Further subjects:B Islam (China) History
B Islam (Asia, Central) History
Online Access: Volltext (Resolving-System)
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Parallel Edition:Non-electronic
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Summary:Acknowledgements; Introduction; Section 1; Chapter 1 The Localization and Nationalization of Islam in China; Chapter 2 Architectural Styles of Mosques in China: Analysis and Comments; Chapter 3 Islamic Culture in Tibet; Chapter 4 A Brief Narrative of Chinese Style Islamic Relics; Chapter 5 Studies of Islam in China in the Twentieth Century; Section 2; Chapter 6 A Primary Investigation of the History of the Hui People and the Historical Data of Islam Recorded in the Notes Written by Zhou Mi; Chapter 7 Satuq Bughra Khan and the Beginning of Islamization in the Tian Shan Region
Chapter 8 Analysis of the Introduction of Islam into KuqaSection 3; Chapter 9 A Tentative Analysis of the Struggle and Impact between the White Mountain Khwajas and the Black Mountain Khwajas in the Qing Dynasty; Chapter 10 The Relationship between the Naqshbandi Order in Central Asia and Khwaja in Xinjiang and Menhuan in Northwest China; Chapter 11 Sufism and Islam at the Turning Point from the Ming Dynasty to the Qing Dynasty; Chapter 12 Some Thoughts on Sufi Groups in the Context of Islam in Northwest China
Chapter 13 A Brief Analysis of the Formation and the Characteristics of the Ishan Sufi GroupSection 4; Chapter 14 On Cosmology and Tawhid in the Works of Wang Daiyu; Chapter 15 Impacts of Liu Zhi's Religious Ideas Upon the Sect of the Western Teaching Hall; Chapter 16 A Tentative Analysis of the Concept of "Heaven" and the Relationship between Islam and Confucianism in the Works by Ma Dexin; Chapter 17 Issues in the Study of Ma Dexin; Section 5; Chapter 18 Basic Characteristics of Islam in Northwest China; Chapter 19 Studies on Islam in Beijing; Selected Bibliography; Index
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Translated from the Chinese
ISBN:9047428005
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1163/9789047428008