Muslims and the making of modern Europe / Emily Greble

"Muslims have lived in Europe for hundreds of years. Only in 1878, however, did many of them become formal citizens of European states. Muslims and the Making of Europe shows how this massive shift in citizenship rights transformed both Muslims' daily lives and European laws and societies....

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Place / Publishing House:New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2021]
© 2021
Year of Publication:2021
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Physical Description:xiv, 354 Seiten; Illustrationen, Karten (schwarz-weiß); 25 cm
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Table of Contents:
  • Muslim rights and political belonging after the Congress of Berlin
  • Confessional sovereignty and the formation of a Muslim legal other
  • Survival and autonomy: lessons of the Balkan Wars and the First World War
  • Second or third class citizens: becoming minorities after World War I
  • The Shari'a mandate and Yugoslav nation-building
  • "The bonfire of Muslim unity": misfortunes of Yugoslav democracy and authoritarianism
  • Islamic legal revivalism and the crisis of Europe
  • "Back to Islam!" the promise and possibility of Hitler's Europe
  • The eradication of the Shari'a legal order in Tito's Yugoslavia