Muslim Identities: An Introduction to Islam

@inproceedings{Hughes2013MuslimIA,
  title={Muslim Identities: An Introduction to Islam},
  author={Aaron W. Hughes},
  year={2013}
}
PrefaceAcknowledgmentsIntroduction: Religious Studies and the Academic Study of IslamPart I. Origins1. Setting the Stage: Pre-Islamic Arabia2. The Making of the Last Prophet3. The Quran: The Base NarrativePart II. Identity Formations4. Islam Beyond the Arabian Peninsula: A Historical Overview5. Early Sectarianism and the Formation of Shi'ism6. Legal Developments and the Rise of Sunni Islam7. SufismPart III. Beliefs and Practices8. Constituting Identities: Beliefs and Schools9. The Performance… 
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