The Princeton Encyclopedia of Islamic Political Thought

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Contributors

Ahmed Abdel Meguid, Syracuse University Ash’aris; free will; human nature; prophecy

Asad AbuKhalil, California State University, Stanislaus Lebanon

Camilla Adang, Tel Aviv University Ibn Hazm

Asma Afsaruddin, Indiana University martyrdom

Ahmed Afzaal, Concordia College nonviolence

Irfan Ahmad, Monash University (Australia) Aligarh; Jama’at- i Islami; Mawdudi, Abul al- A’la; Sayyid Ahmad Khan

Sadaf Ahmad, Lahore University of Management Sciences (Pakistan) veil

Farish Ahmad- Noor, Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) and Erasmus Universias Muhamadiyah Surakarta, Yogjarta (Indonesia) Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS)

Rafiuddin Ahmed, Elmira College Bangladesh

Shahrough Akhavi, University of South Carolina communism; guardianship of the jurist; socialism

Mehmetcan Akpinar, University of Chicago Mawardi

Omar Alí-de Unzaga, Institute of Ismaili Studies (London) Brethren of Purity

Adel Allouche, Yale University Tunisia

Sean W. Anthony, University of Oregon ‘Ali b. Abi Talib; Hasan b. ‘Ali; ‘Umar b. al- Khattab; ‘Uthman b. ‘Affan

Zayde Antrim, Trinity College (Connecticut) Jerusalem; Mecca and Medina

Christopher Anzalone, McGill University propaganda

Saïd Amir Arjomand, Stony Brook University absolutism; monarchy; patrimonial state; al- Sadr, Muhammad Baqir

J. C. Arsenault, University of Pennsylvania community; culture

Mushegh Asatryan, Yale University ‘Alawis

Fakhreddin Azimi, University of Connecticut Iran

Kathryn Babayan, University of Michigan Isma’il I

Irit Back, Tel Aviv University East Africa; Ethiopia and Eritrea

Roswitha Badry, University of Freiburg (Germany) consultation

Meir M. Bar-Asher, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Druze

Michael Barry, Princeton University Afghanistan

Abbas Barzegar, Georgia State University ayatollah; commanding right and forbidding wrong; source of emulation; al- Zawahiri, Ayman

Shahzad Bashir, Stanford University messianism

Orit Bashkin, University of Chicago ‘Abd al- Raziq, ‘Ali

Mangol Bayat, Independent scholar al- Afghani, Jamal al- Din

Amira K. Bennison, University of Cambridge Algeria; Berbers; Morocco; North Africa

Lindsay J. Benstead, University of Michigan parliament

Herbert Berg, University of North Carolina, Wilmington Muhammad, Elijah; Nation of Islam

Jonathan P. Berkey, Davidson College madrasa

Michal Biran, Hebrew University of Jerusalem Transoxiana

Khalid Yahya Blankinship, Temple University Malik b. Anas; obedience; al- Shaybani, Muhammad b. al- Hasan

Antoine Borrut, University of Maryland ‘Umar b. ‘Abd al- ‘Aziz

John Bowen, Washington University in Saint Louis West, the

Gerhard Bowering, Yale University Egypt (coauthor); Muhammad; Qur’an; Syria

James Broucek, Florida State University mufti/grand mufti

Jonathan A. C. Brown, University of Washington hadith

Rainer Brunner, University of Freiburg (Germany) Europe; Karbala; Rightly Guided Caliphate

Richard W. Bulliet, Columbia University conversion

Heribert Busse, University of Kiel (Germany) Buyids

Alexander Caeiro, Erlangen Centre for Islam and Law in Europe minorities, jurisprudence of

Yousef Casewit, Yale University Zahiris

Shaojin Chai, University of Notre Dame Uighurs

Ayesha S. Chaudhry, University of British Columbia women

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Alphabetical List of Entries xxi
  • Topical List of Entries xxv
  • Contributors xxix
  • A 1
  • B 60
  • C 80
  • D 125
  • E 141
  • F 164
  • G 189
  • H 211
  • I 230
  • J 268
  • K 292
  • L 313
  • M 320
  • N 385
  • O 401
  • P 404
  • Q 440
  • R 457
  • S 480
  • T 539
  • U 573
  • V 587
  • W 592
  • Y 600
  • Z 603
  • Index 607
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