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center:The Center of European Languages of Qom(Ale Beit Publications)
Document Type:BL
Record Number:3344
Doc. No:b130
Language of Document :English
Main Entry:Mutman, Mahmut
Title & Author:The Politics of Writing Islam: Voicing Difference:Suspensions: contemporary Middle Eastern and Islamicate thought/ Mahmut Mutman
Publication Statement:London And New York : Bloomsbury, 2014.
Series Statement :(Suspensions: Contemporary Middle Eastern and Islamicate Thought)
Page. NO:pages cm
ISBN:9781441165244(hardback)
Notes:Print
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents:Machine generated contents note: -- IntroductionPart I: Ethnographies: Writing Culture -- Writing Culture: the Name of Man -- Native Speaker, Master Audience -- Exchange Past and Future --Part II: Literatures: Crossing Culture -- Resonance of Light: Reading T.E. Lawrence -- Nomadism or Sovereignty: Location of Culture --Part III: Theologies: the Voice of the Other -- Orphan Religion Reciting: the Voice of the Other.
"Critical and theoretical essays on forms of studying, writing and representing Islam in Western humanities and literature"--Provided by publisher.
"The Politics of Writing Islam provides a much-needed critique of existing forms of studying, writing and representing Islam in the West. Through critiquing ethnographic, literary, critical, psychoanalytic and theological discourses, the author reveals the problematic underlying cultural and theoretical presuppositions. Mutman demonstrates how their approach reflects the socially, politically and economically unequal relationship between the West and Islam. While offering a critical insight into concepts such as writing, power, post-colonialism, difference and otherness on a theoretical level, Mutman reveals a different perspective on Islam by emphasizing its living, everyday and embodied aspects in dynamic relation with the outside world - in contrast to the stereotyped authoritarian and backward religion characterized by an omnipotent God. Throughout, Mutman develops an approach to culture as an embodied, everyday, living and ever changing practice. He argues that Islam should be perceived precisely in this way, that is, as an open, heterogeneous, interpretive, multiple and worldly belief system within the Abrahamic tradition of ethical monotheism, and as one that is contested within as well as outside its 'own' culture"--Provided by publisher.
Subject:Islam and literature
Subject:Islam in literature
Subject:IslamPublic opinion
Subject:East and West in literature
Subject:Reader-response criticism
Subject:Discourse analysis
Dewey Classification:‭809.9338297‬
LC Classification:‭PN605‬‭.I8,M88 2014‬