Disciples of the State?: Religion and State-Building in the Former Ottoman World

@inproceedings{Fabbe2019DisciplesOT,
  title={Disciples of the State?: Religion and State-Building in the Former Ottoman World},
  author={K. Fabbe},
  year={2019}
}
As the Ottoman Empire crumbled, the Middle East and Balkans became the site of contestation and cooperation between the traditional forces of religion and the emergent machine of the sovereign state. Yet such strategic interaction rarely yielded a decisive victory for either the secular state or for religion. By tracing how state-builders engaged religious institutions, elites, and attachments, this book problematizes the divergent religion-state power configurations that have developed. There… Expand
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