In his book The Sufi Orders in Islam, Trimingham’s presentation of the Sufi orders is expansive in its analysis of Sufism’s institutional development. The author, an expert on Islam in Africa, attempts to create a guide to the evolution of Sufism and its influence in Islamic society. 1,725 more words
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But these chaps were not much account, really. They were no colonists; their administration was merely a squeeze, and nothing more, I suspect. They were conquerors, and for that you want only brute force — nothing to boast of, when you have it, since your strength is just an accident arising from the weakness of others.
When applying for a study abroad program and asked to describe main influences on personal and professional development, does one mention education about the pervasiveness of white supremacy, heteropatriarchy, and capitalism in our education system and society — or not, in order to sound more presentable? 59 more words
Is the Issue of Korean "Comfort" Women a Fight Against Japan?: Analysis of Korean comfort women issue as an interplay of national, gender, and class inequality
The issue of Korean comfort women, or forced slavery by the Japanese government, during the Pacific war is often times thought of as a national strife between South Korea and Japan. 1,825 more words