What Is a Madrasa? (Book review)

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Duderija, Adis
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2016
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Ebrahim Moosa, a leading theoretician of critical/progressive Muslim thought and a graduate of the ʿālimiyya program at Dar ul Ulum, Nadwatul Ulama, Lucknow, in the early 1980s, has gifted us with a much needed, personal account and a compassionate yet critical analysis of the network of some major South Asian madrasas, their intellectual history and curriculum, their role in contemporary (South Asian) Islam and the kind of worldviews inhabited by those who are involved in their every-day operations.

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Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations
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Duderija, A, What Is a Madrasa? (Book review), Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 2016, 27 (4), pp. 513-514
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