Princeton Studies in Muslim Politics43

Dale F. Eickelman and Augustus Richard Norton, Series Editors

Books in the series explore how the politics of Islam, both as a struggle for control over religious symbols and as a contest for control over institutions and practices, plays out in the lives of Muslims throughout the world. Muslim politics, as explored in the series through various disciplines, encompasses the activities of traditionally educated religious authorities and self-ascribed ones, as well as lay intellectuals, artists, students, middle-class professionals, young people, government leaders, minorities, and mothers and fathers.