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The Makings of Indonesian Islam:
Orientalism and the Narration of a Sufi Past
Michael Laffan

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

List of Illustrations ix
Preface xi
Acknowledgments xv
Abbreviations and Archival Referents xvii

Part One: Inspiration, Rememoration, Reform 1
Chapter One: Remembering Islamization, 1300-1750 3
Chapter Two: Embracing a New Curriculum, 1750-1800 25
Chapter Three: Reform and the Widening Muslim Sphere, 1800-1890 40

Part Two: Power in Quest of Knowledge 65
Chapter Four: Foundational Visions of Indies Islam, 1600-1800 67
Chapter Five: New Regimes of Knowledge, 1800-1865 85
Chapter Six: Seeking the Counterweight Church, 1837-1889 101

Part Three: Orientalism Engaged 123
Chapter Seven: Distant Musings on a Crucial Colony, 1882-1888 125
Chapter Eight: Collaborative Encounters, 1889-1892 147
Chapter Nine: Shadow Muftis, Christian Modern, 1892-1906 162

Part Four: Sufi Pasts, Modern Futures 175
Chapter Ten: From Sufism to Salafism, 1905-1911 177
Chapter Eleven: Advisors to Indonesie, 1906-1919 190
Chapter Twelve: Hardenings and Partings, 1919-1942 209

Conclusion 233
Glossary 237
Notes 243
Index 287

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