Orientalism and relationships between Islam and The West

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Titre
Orientalism and relationships between Islam and The West
Créateur
Abdulrahman al- Salimi
Résumé
"Since the end of the Second World War, a dispute has continued amongst Muslims and Arabs regarding the character of Orientalism. The period during the Cold War played a principal role in the shaping of disparate views when some of the key Arab states leaned towards the former Soviet Union, while others aligned themselves with the United States and its allies. Such alignments resulted in distinctive orientations towards cultural studies that found expression in a ‘soft’ confrontation led by Islamists on one side and leftwing leaders on the other. In exploring these differences, it is important to begin by defining what is meant by Orientalism. To do this, one needs to examine the three main areas of scholarly focus in the last two hundred years: the editing of Arabic manuscripts, historical scholarship on Islam, and Islamic religious studies and its associated branches."(...)
Est une partie de
Krakowskie Studia Międzynarodowe
numéro
1
pages
223-230
Date
2009
Langue
eng
issn
1733-2680
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Abdulrahman al- Salimi, “Orientalism and relationships between Islam and The West”, 2009, bibliographie, consulté le 24 avril 2024, http://ibadica.org:8080/s/bibliographie/item/178608

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