- Title Pages
- A Note on Transliteration, Spelling, Abbreviations, and Other Conventions
Chapter OneIslamic Identities in Colonial India
Chapter TwoModernism and Its Ethical Commitments
Chapter ThreeThe ` Ulama and the State
Chapter FourIslamism and the Sovereignty of God
Chapter FiveReligious Minorities and the Anxieties of an Islamic Identity
Chapter SixThe Contested Terrain of Sufism
Chapter SevenReligion, Violence, and the State
- Princeton Studies in Muslim Politics
- A Note on the Type
- Islam in Pakistan
Muhammad Qasim Zaman
- Princeton University Press
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