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Muslims Across the Indian Ocean

HIS 537

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This seminar considers Islam and mobility across the Indian Ocean, discussing ways that Southeast Asians, Africans, and Indians have created their distinct communities while nonetheless declaring themselves to be of one discrete entity: the Umma. Alongside discussions of knowledge creation, orientalism and nationalism, the seminar also explores issues relating to global projects for religious and political reform, using Indonesia as a primary example.
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Section S01