Living Islam: Muslim Religious Experience in Pakistan's North-West Frontier

  title={Living Islam: Muslim Religious Experience in Pakistan's North-West Frontier},
  author={M. Marsden},
Winner of American Institute of Pakistan Studies Book Prize (2008). Living Islam is both a “classically” ethnographic and vividly fresh study of intellectual and moral life in Chitral that successfully highlights the cultural,intellectual and moral strategies Chitralis resort to in order to negotiate the stresses and challenges of modernization and the Islamist-inspired volatile political situation surrounding their region. What is remarkable is that Marsden manages to bring the ideas and self… Expand
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