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Brenner, Louis.
Controlling knowledge : religion, power, and schooling in a West African Muslim society.
Bloomington, IN, USA : Indiana University Press, c2001.
Divinity School Library BP64.M29 B73 2001
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Doumato, Eleanor Abdella.
Starrett, Gregory.
Teaching Islam : textbooks and religion in the Middle East.
Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2007.
Divinity School Library BP43.I48 T43 2007
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Fortna, Benjamin C.
Imperial classroom : Islam, the state, and education in the late Ottoman Empire.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2002.
Perkins/Bostock Library LA941.7 .F67 2002
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Lai, Ah Eng.
Noor Aisha Abdul Rahman.
Secularism and spirituality : seeking integrated knowledge and success in madrasah education in Singapore.
Singapore: Institute of Policy Studies : Marshall Cavendish Academic, 2006.
Perkins/Bostock Library LC910.S56 S43 2006
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Makdisi, George.
The rise of the colleges: institutions of learning in Islam and the West.
Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 1981.
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Noor, Farish A. et al.
The madrasa in Asia : political activism and transnational linkages.
Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, c2008.
Perkins/Bostock Library LC910 .M33 2008
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Contents: Introduction: Behind the walls : re-appraising the role and importance of madrasas in the world today / Farish A. Noor, Yoginder Sikand and Martin van Bruinessen -- Voices for reform in the Indian madrasas / Yoginder Sikand -- Change and stagnation in Islamic education : the Dar al-Ulum of Deoband after the split in 1982 / Dietrich Reetz -- 'Insde and outside' in a girls' madrasa in New Delhi / Mareike Winkelmann -- Between Pakistan and Qom : Shii women's madrasas and new transnational networks / Mariam Abou Zahab -- The uncertain fate of Southeast Asian students in the madrasas of Pakistan / Farish A. Noor -- Muslim education in China : Chinese madrasas and linkages to Islamic schools abroad / Jackie Armijo -- From Pondok to Parliament : the role played by the religious schools of Malaysia in the development of the Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party (PAS) / Farish A. Noor -- Traditionalist and Islamist pesantrens in contemporary Indonesia / Martin van Bruinessen -- The salafi madrasas of Indonesia / Noorhaidi Hasan.
Qasmi, Muhammadullah Khalili.
Madrasa education : its strength and weakness.
Mumbai : Markazul Ma'arif Education and Research Centre (MMERC) ; New Delhi : Manak Publications, 2005.
Divinity School Library LC910.M33 Q37 2005
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Sharma, K. C.
Encyclopaedia of Madrasa education in India.
New Delhi : Vista International Pub. House, 2007.
Perkins/Bostock Library LC910.I4 E53 2007 5 vols.
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Siddiqui, Mohd. Akhtar.
Empowerment of Muslims through education.
New Delhi : Institute of Objective Studies : Marketed by Genuine Publications & Media, 2004.
Perkins/Bostock Library LA1153.7 .S58 2004
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Sikkand, Yogindar.
Bastions of the believers : madrasas and Islamic education in India.
New Delhi : Penguin Books India, 2005.
Perkins/Bostock Library LC910.I4 S65 2005
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Winkelmann, Mareike Jule.
Reaching the minds of young Muslim women : girls' Madrasas in India.
Gurgaon : Hope India Publications, 2007.
Divinity School Library BP43.I43 W56 2007
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