Routledge Handbook on Sufism

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Lloyd Ridgeon
Routledge, 9 Agu 2020 - 564 halaman
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This is a chronological history of the Sufi tradition, divided in to three sections, early, middle and modern periods. The book comprises 35 independent chapters with easily identifiable themes and/or geographical threads, all written by recognised experts in the field.

The volume outlines the origins and early developments of Sufism by assessing the formative thinkers and practitioners and investigating specific pietistic themes. The middle period contains an examination of the emergence of the Sufi Orders and illustrates the diversity of the tradition. This middle period also analyses the fate of Sufism during the time of the Gunpowder Empires. Finally, the end period includes representative surveys of Sufism in several countries, both in the West and in traditional "Islamic" regions.

This comprehensive and up-to-date collection of studies provides a guide to the Sufi tradition. The Handbook is a valuable resource for students and researchers with an interest in religion, Islamic Studies and Middle Eastern Studies.


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alḤārith alMuḥāsibī and spiritual purification between asceticism and mysticism
Chief of the Sect
Abū Yazīd alBisṭāmī and discussions about intoxicated Sufism
in praise of Sufism
from black words to white parchment
Ibn Arabi and the Akbarī tradition
Jalāl alDīn Rūmī and his place in the history of Sufism
foundational teachings and practices
Sufism tombs and convents
Clothing and investiture in medieval Sufism
the neoplatonic factor
The JewishSufi encounter in the Middle Ages
Sufism and the Hindu dharma
a further challenge to Decline
The Mughals and Sufism

Opposition to Sufis in the formative period
mechanisms of gendering in Sufi
Sufism and travelling
Sufism and Qurānic ethics
Love and beauty in Sufism
Sufism in classical Persian poetry
Sufi orders in the medieval period
the formative period 12501516
The Chishtiyya
from the mosque to the ruin in poetry place and practice
Sufism in the Ottoman Empire
The Qāḍīzādelis and Sufism
Sufism in modern Turkey
Sufism in the
Sufism and vernacular knowledge in Sindh
the Egyptian society for spiritual and cultural research
Sufism in modern Morocco
Sufism in Senegal
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Lloyd Ridgeon is reader in Islamic Studies at Glasgow University. His main research interests include Persianate Sufism and also Iranian history and modern Iranian culture. He has published extensively on areas including javānmardī, and he is currently writing a book on how the ḥijāb has been understood by modern Iranian seminarians.

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