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Fri Mar 21 17:15:09 2014 UTClccn-n840364600.00History, culture, political economy /0.531.00Religion as difference, religion as faith : paradoxes of muslim identity /97929805Ayesha_Jalaln 840364601147663Āʾishah JalālAyesha JalalǦalāl, ʿAʾišaǦalāl, ʿAyišaJalāl, ʿAʾišaJalāl, ʿAʾišahJalāl, ʿĀʾishahJalāl, ʿAyišaJalāl, ʿAyišah‏جلال، عائشهجلال, عائشہعائشه جلالعائشہ جلالジャラール, アーイシャlccn-n85027385Bose, Sugataedtlccn-n79145321Jinnah, Mahomed Ali1876-1948lccn-n50071190All-India Muslim Leaguelccn-n82078422Manṭo, Saʻādat Ḥasan1912-1955lccn-n85230427Kohli, Atulothlccn-n82130592Breman, Janothnp-hawthorn, g pHawthorn, G. P.othlccn-n50001692Kumar, Dharmaothlccn-n84207459Jeffery, Patriciaothlccn-n2012221343جلال، نصرتJalal, AyeshaHistoryBiographyRecords and correspondenceCriticism, interpretation, etcEncyclopediasSourcesSouth AsiaIndiaEconomic policyIslam and politicsPolitical sciencePakistanDemocracyEconomic historyBritish Occupation of India (1765-1947)MuslimsFree enterpriseMuslim martyrsJihadMartyrdom--IslamJinnah, Mahomed Ali,All-India Muslim LeaguePakistan movementMartial lawMilitary readinessNationalismShort stories, UrduManṭo, Saʻādat Ḥasan,India-Pakistan Conflict (1947-1949)Political and social viewsAuthors, UrduPartition of India (1947)LiteratureSocial historyNarration (Rhetoric)--Political aspectsAutonomy and independence movementsStatesmenBangladeshManners and customsAuthoritarianismReligionGroup identityIndividualismParadoxesMuslims--Psychology1965198219851990199119921994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052007200820092010201120122013714624196954DS340ocn697632216ocn760644273ocn833097321264159ocn048139949file19980.47Bose, SugataModern South Asia history, culture, political economyHistoryThis is a social, economic, political and cultural history of modern South Asia from 1700 to the present. In a work of synthesis and interpretation, the authors offer an understanding of the sophisticated historiography of this area+-+K484068575142322ocn050553483file20000.47Jalal, AyeshaSelf and sovereignty individual and community in South Asian Islam since 1850HistoryA survey of the role of individual Muslim men and women within India and Pakistan from 1850 through to decolonisation and the partition period. It is an important and enlightening insight into the history of Muslims in South Asia+-+4814368575112815ocn173659706book20080.47Jalal, AyeshaPartisans of Allah : Jihad in South Asia"The idea of jihad is central to Islamic faith and ethics, yet its meanings have been highly contested over time. They have ranged from the philosophical struggle to live an ethical life to the political injunction to wage war against enemies of Islam. Today more than ever, jihad signifies the political opposition between the Islamic world and the West. As the line between Muslims and non-Muslims becomes more sharply drawn, Ayesha Jalal seeks to retrieve the ethical meanings of this core Islamic principle in South Asian history." "Drawing on historical, legal, and literary sources, Jalal traces the intellectual itinerary of jihad through several centuries and across the territory connecting the Middle East with South Asia. She reveals how key innovations in modern Islamic thought resulted from historical imperatives. The social and political scene in India before, during, and after British colonial rule forms the main backdrop. We experience jihad as armed warfare waged by Sayyid Ahmad of Rai Bareilly between 1826 and 1831, the calls to jihad in the great rebellion of 1857, the fusion of jihad with a strand of anticolonial nationalism in the early twentieth century, and the contemporary politics of self-styled jihadists in Afghanistan and Kashmir." "Partisans of Allah surveys this rich and tumultuous history of South Asian Muslims and its critical contribution to the intellectual development of the key concept of jihad. Analyzing the complex interplay of ethics and politics in Muslim History, the author effectively demonstrates the preeminent role of jihad in the Muslim faith today."--Jacket+-+065375921559423ocn011045251book19650.63Jalal, AyeshaThe sole spokesman : Jinnah, the Muslim League, and the demand for PakistanHistoryBiographyIn 1940 the All-India Muslim League orchestrated the demand for independent Muslim states in India. Seven years later Pakistan was created amidst a communal holocaust of unprecedented proportions. Concentrating on the All-India Muslim League and its leader, Mohammad Ali Jinnah, The Sole Spokesman assesses the role of religious communalism and provincialism in shaping the movement for Pakistan. This is the most important scholarly study of the central event in modern South Asian history - the partition of India in 1947. An important text on the politics of South Asia, it is well written and clearly presented--Publisher's description+-+650309670550823ocn030439101book19950.70Jalal, AyeshaDemocracy and authoritarianism in South Asia : a comparative and historical perspectiveDemocracy and authoritarianism in South Asia : a comparative and historical perspective / Ayesha Jalal+-+17132967053609ocn019588922book19900.76Jalal, AyeshaThe state of martial rule : the origins of Pakistan's political economy of defenceHistory+-+239828670532423211ocn036556385book19970.81Nationalism, democracy, and development : state and politics in IndiaContributed essays+-+09948104653241729ocn797969841book20120.59Jalal, AyeshaThe pity of partition : Manto's life, times, and work across the India-Pakistan divideHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyRecords and correspondence"Saadat Hasan Manto (1912-1955) was an established Urdu short story writer and a rising screenwriter in Bombay at the time of India's partition in 1947, and he is perhaps best known for the short stories he wrote following his migration to Lahore in newly formed Pakistan. Today Manto is an acknowledged master of twentieth-century Urdu literature, and his fiction serves as a lens through which the tragedy of partition is brought sharply into focus. In The Pity of Partition, Manto's life and work serve as a prism to capture the human dimension of sectarian conflict in the final decades and immediate aftermath of the British raj. Ayesha Jalal draws on Manto's stories, sketches, and essays, as well as a trove of his private letters, to present an intimate history of partition and its devastating toll. Probing the creative tension between literature and history, she charts a new way of reconnecting the histories of individuals, families, and communities in the throes of cataclysmic change. Jalal brings to life the people, locales, and events that inspired Manto's fiction, which is characterized by an eye for detail, a measure of wit and irreverence, and elements of suspense and surprise. In turn, she mines these writings for fresh insights into everyday cosmopolitanism in Bombay and Lahore, the experience and causes of partition, the postcolonial transition, and the advent of the Cold War in South Asia. The first in-depth look in English at this influential literary figure, The Pity of Partition demonstrates the revelatory power of art in times of great historical rupture."--P. [2] of book jacket346ocn793895513book20120.76The Oxford companion to Pakistani historyHistoryEncyclopedias"Insofar as history is constantly in the process of being reconfigured in the light of new processes and challenges, any Companion to the history of Pakistan cannot but be an ongoing, if not obviously an open-ended enterprise. The historiography of Pakistan has been missing such a comprehensive survey of not only sixty-five years of the country's existence but also of the movement preceding its creation. Pakistan possesses a rich and varied history, considering that it was carved out of the Indian subcontinent, one of the world's oldest civilizations -- hence the prevailing geographical, religious, ethnic, linguistic, and cultural diversities and complexities. 'The Oxford Companion to Pakistani History' has attempted to provide the reader with information on as colourful a spectrum of subjects as possible. This is the first time that all facets of Pakistani history have been covered in one encyclopaedic volume. A wide range of topics have been discussed: from the pre-Partition colonial period to post-Partition movements (religious, political, cultural, etc.), peoples and places, culture, architecture, politics, military, economics, linguistics, archaeology, judiciary, art, theatre, education, foreign relations, government, media, philanthropy, civil society and several others. The Companion differs from other encyclopaedias in the sense that all entries have been written in an analytical, unbiased style by well-known experts in the related field of the topic, paying the keenest attention to factual details. A system of cross-referencing is available through insertion of asterisks within the text linking the entry to another headword that may appear while reading a particular entry. Maps of Pakistan and the Indian subcontinent, along with a Subject Index, are provided at the end of the volume. All these steps have been taken to render the Companion as user-friendly as possible"--Publisher's description, p. [4] of dust jacket142ocn798137617book20120.98Manṭo, Saʻādat ḤasanManṭo141ocn437068993com20020.50Harriss-White, BarbaraIndia working essays on society and economyBarbara Harriss-White describes the working of the Indian economy through its most important social structures of accumulation. Successive chapters explore a range of topics including labour, capital, and the state. The author's conclusion challenges the notion that liberalisation releases the economy from political interference62ocn697632216file20000.53Jenkins, RobDemocratic politics and economic reform in IndiaSuccessive Indian governments have remained committed to market-oriented reform since its introduction in 1991. In this study, Rob Jenkins examines the political dynamics which underlie that commitment+-+K16501670551ocn852010590book2004Bose, SugataHistory, culture, political economy+-+723258069531ocn515425783book20100.10Modern South Asia : a sourcebook and readerHistorySources22ocn675143683book19990.47Pakisutan dokuritsu22ocn775505883art19950.10Jalal, AyeshaConjuring Pakistan : history as official imagining11ocn703215853file20080.47Jalal, AyeshaPartisans of Allah Jihad in South Asia+-+065375921511ocn066464497book20021.00Jalal, AyeshaReligion as difference, religion as faith : paradoxes of muslim identity11ocn818858274book2001Jalal, AyeshaSelf and sovereigntyHistory11ocn775105203art1998Jalal, AyeshaNation, reason and religion : Punjab's role in the partition of India+-+K484068575+-+K484068575Fri Mar 21 15:08:49 EDT 2014batch20012