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Transkulturelle Vermittlung islamischen Wissens: Ausländische Studenten an islamischen Hochschulen Südasiens und ihre Wirkung auf die Herkunftsländer

Dr. Dietrich Reetz

(Zus. mit Bettina Dennerlin, Hg.:) South-South Linkages in Islam: The Making of Continuity and Disparity in the 19 th – 21 st centuries. In: Contemporary Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Durham: Duke University Press 2007. (Forthcoming)

Islam in the Public Sphere: Religious Groups in India, 1900-1947. Delhi, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2006, 379 pp.

(Zus. mit Farish Noor:) Mapping the Islamist universe: Overlapping networks of South and Southeast Asian Activists. In: Journal of Asian Studies ( Chicago). [25 MS, Entwurf]

The Deoband Universe: What makes a transcultural and transnational educational movement of Islam? In: Reetz, Dietrich/ Dennerlein, Bettina (Hg.), South-South Linkages in Islam: The Making of Continuity and Disparity in the 19 th – 21 st centuries. Contemporary Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, Durham: Duke University Press, 2007. (im Druck)

From Madrasa to University – the Challenges and Formats of Islamic Education. In: Akbar Ahmed and Tamara Sonn (eds.). Handbook of Islamic Studies, Thousand Oaks, CA; London. (im Druck, erscheint 2007)

Facing the challenges: Old and new trends in the Dāru’l-‘Ulūm Deoband after the split in 1982. In: Farish Noor/ Yoginder Sikand/Martin van Bruinessen (eds), The Asian madrasa: transnational linkages and real or alleged political roles. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2007. (im Druck)

The ‘Faith Bureaucracy’ of the Tablīghī Jamā ‘at : An Insight into their System of Self-Organisation (intizām). In: Gwilym Beckerlegge (ed.), Religious reform movements in South Asia. Oxford , Delhi: Oxford University Press 2006. (Forthcoming)

Sufi spirituality fires reformist zeal: the Tablīghī Jamā‘at in today's India and Pakistan. In: Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions, Paris, 2006. (Forthcoming)

Pakistan. In: „Phonoband: Unser Jahrhundert in Wort, Bild und Ton 2000 bis 2004“. Gütersloh: Wissen Media Verlag, 2006. (Im Druck)

Indien. In: „Phonoband: Unser Jahrhundert in Wort, Bild und Ton 2000 bis 2004“. Gütersloh: Wissen Media Verlag, 2006. (Im Druck)

Dār al-‘Ulūm Deoband and its Self-Representation on the Media. In: Islamic Studies, Islamabad: Islamic Research Institute, Vol. 44, No. 2, 2005, pp. 209-227.

Keeping busy on the path of Allah: The self-organisation (intiẓām) of the Tablīghī Jamā‘at. In: Daniela Bredi (Hg.), Islam in South Asia. Roma, 2004 (= Oriente Moderno, 84:1), pp. 295-305.

Farish Noor

Farish Noor/Dietrich Reetz: Mapping the Islamist universe: Overlapping networks of South and Southeast Asian Activists. In: Journal of Asian Studies ( Chicago). [25 MS, Entwurf]

From Hassan al-Banna to Yusof Rawa: The Influence of Hassan al-Banna’s ideas and theories on the development of the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) . In: Tanjuman-ul Qur’an 2006 Anniversary edition, Edited by Kurshid Ahmad, Jama’at-e Islami, Mansoora, Lahore and Islamabad, 2006.a.

In Search of a Malaysian Identity, Still. In : Malaysia: The Road Ahead, (Ed.) Fong Ching Wei. East West Publishers: New South Wales, 2006.b.

Pathans to the East! The Historical Development of the Tablighi Jama’at movement in Kelantan, Trengganu and Patani and its transnational links with the South Asia and the Global Islamist Revivalist Movement. Paper for the Workshop ‘South-South Linkages in Islam’, organised and hosted by the Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin, with support of the ISIM Institute, Leiden. 5-6 November 2004.a.

Victims of Superpower Politics? The Uncertain Fate of ASEAN students in the Madrasahs of Pakistan in the Age of the ‘War Against Terror’ , Paper for the conference on ‘The Madrasah in Asia, Transnationalism and their Alleged or Real Political Linkages’, jointly organised by the International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World (ISIM, Leiden) and the Zentrum fur Moderner Orient (Centre for Modern Orient Studies, ZMO, Berlin), 23-25 May 2004.b. Amsterdam: University of Amsterdam Press, 2006. (in print).

Blood, Sweat and Jihad: The Radicalisation of the Discourse of the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) from the 1980s to the Present . In: The Journal of the Centre for Southeast Asian Studies (CSEA), Singapore, Vol. 25. no. 2, August 2003.d., pp. 124-138.

The localization of Islamist Discourse in the Tafsir of Tuan Guru Nik Aziz Nik Mat, Murshid’ul Am of PAS. In: Virginia Hooker and Noraini Othman (Eds.), Malaysia: Islam, Society and Politics – Essays in Honour of Clive S. Kessler, Institute for Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS), National University of Singapore (NUS), 2003.f., pp. 195-235.