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From the Publisher"Crucially, Islamism compels us to critically rethink our assumptions and models for the study of Islamism and 'acknowledge the intellectual harm caused by neo-Orientalist scholarship'."
"This unique and original book provides a masterful analysis of the nature and causes of Islamism, its points of contention, and the diverse scholarly positions on these questions. Combining academic rigor with a clear and engaging style, Islamism will be an excellent textbook and a valuable resource for scholars and policy makers."
John L. Esposito, Georgetown University
"Islamism presents political Islam as one of the most powerful social movements of our time. Those who are interested in a critical and non-conventional study of Islamism will benefit greatly from reading this book."
Ali Mirsepassi, New York University