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The Resource Popular Sufism in Eastern Europe : Sufi brotherhoods and the dialogue with Christianity and 'heterodoxy', H.T. Norris, (electronic book)

Popular Sufism in Eastern Europe : Sufi brotherhoods and the dialogue with Christianity and 'heterodoxy', H.T. Norris, (electronic book)

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Popular Sufism in Eastern Europe : Sufi brotherhoods and the dialogue with Christianity and 'heterodoxy'
Title
Popular Sufism in Eastern Europe
Title remainder
Sufi brotherhoods and the dialogue with Christianity and 'heterodoxy'
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H.T. Norris
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eng
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Norris, H. T.
Illustrations
illustrations
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index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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  • Sufism
  • Islamic sects
  • Islam
  • Christianity and other religions
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Popular Sufism in Eastern Europe : Sufi brotherhoods and the dialogue with Christianity and 'heterodoxy', H.T. Norris, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
The geographical setting of popular Sufism in Eastern Europe -- Sufi brotherhoods and the impact of Sufism on national identity within the Balkan Muslim communities -- The Krstjani and the Bosnjaks. the abiding memory of the medieval Bosnian church -- Islamic antinomianism, 'heterodoxy' and Persian Monism in the literature and the thought of the Albanians. The Sufi inspirations of Naim Frashri, Albania's greatest poet -- Popular Sufism in Bulgaria; Demir Baba and the Kizilbash saints, holy places in the Pomak country and in Deli Orman -- The 'heterodox' hero, the mythical Sari Saltik and his many tombs in the Balkans and in Tatar lands -- A description, byJ. de Asboth of a 'zikr' of the howling dervishes which was held in the Sinaniyya 'tekke' in Sarajevo in 1890. Margaret Hasluck's unpublished account of a ?zikr? of the Rifa?iyya brotherhood in the early years of the 20th century -- The Bektashiyya brotherhood, its village communities and inter- religious tensions along the border between Albania and Greek Epirus at the very beginning of the 20th century -- Future prospects for Sufism in the Balkans and the Sufi background of the Crimean Tatars who are returning to their historic homeland
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9780203961223
Extent
xiv, 155 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780415297554
Other physical details
ill.
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
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remote
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Mode of access: World Wide Web
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Popular Sufism in Eastern Europe : Sufi brotherhoods and the dialogue with Christianity and 'heterodoxy', H.T. Norris, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
The geographical setting of popular Sufism in Eastern Europe -- Sufi brotherhoods and the impact of Sufism on national identity within the Balkan Muslim communities -- The Krstjani and the Bosnjaks. the abiding memory of the medieval Bosnian church -- Islamic antinomianism, 'heterodoxy' and Persian Monism in the literature and the thought of the Albanians. The Sufi inspirations of Naim Frashri, Albania's greatest poet -- Popular Sufism in Bulgaria; Demir Baba and the Kizilbash saints, holy places in the Pomak country and in Deli Orman -- The 'heterodox' hero, the mythical Sari Saltik and his many tombs in the Balkans and in Tatar lands -- A description, byJ. de Asboth of a 'zikr' of the howling dervishes which was held in the Sinaniyya 'tekke' in Sarajevo in 1890. Margaret Hasluck's unpublished account of a ?zikr? of the Rifa?iyya brotherhood in the early years of the 20th century -- The Bektashiyya brotherhood, its village communities and inter- religious tensions along the border between Albania and Greek Epirus at the very beginning of the 20th century -- Future prospects for Sufism in the Balkans and the Sufi background of the Crimean Tatars who are returning to their historic homeland
Control code
9780203961223
Extent
xiv, 155 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780415297554
Other physical details
ill.
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Specific material designation
remote
System details
Mode of access: World Wide Web

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