L'autorit? religieuse et ses limites en terres d'islam: Approches historiques et anthropologiques

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Through various case studies in Central Asia, throughout the Ottoman Empire, in the Balkans and in Turkey, this book dicusses the religious authority exercised by different actors and the limits, whether theological, political, social or institutional, they are confronted with.

A travers différents cas d'étude en Asie centrale, dans l'Empire ottoman, les Balkans et en Turquie, ce livre analyse l'autorité religieuse exercée par différents acteurs ainsi que les limites ...

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Overview

Through various case studies in Central Asia, throughout the Ottoman Empire, in the Balkans and in Turkey, this book dicusses the religious authority exercised by different actors and the limits, whether theological, political, social or institutional, they are confronted with.

A travers différents cas d'étude en Asie centrale, dans l'Empire ottoman, les Balkans et en Turquie, ce livre analyse l'autorité religieuse exercée par différents acteurs ainsi que les limites théologiques, politiques, sociales ou institutionnelles auxquelles ils se heurtent.

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Nathalie Clayer est directrice d’études à l’EHESS est directrice de recherches au CNRS (Paris). Ses publications, parmi lesquelles Aux origines du nationalisme albanais (Paris, Karthala, 2007), portent sur la religion, le nationalisme et la formation de l’Etat dans les Balkans et l’Empire ottoman.

Alexandre Papas est chargé de recherche au CNRS (Paris). Il a publié plusieurs livres et articles sur l'histoire de l'Asie centrale islamique dont Mystiques et vagabonds en islam (Cerf, 2010) et Central Asian Pilgrims (Klaus Schwarz, 2011).

Benoit Fliche est chercheur au CNRS (Paris). Il a publié plusieurs articles et ouvrage sur les migrations urbains et rurales en Turquie (CNRS Editions, 2007) et sur les pratiques sociales de la parenté (EJTS, 2006).

Nathalie Clayer is Professor at the EHESS and a senior research fellow at the CNRS (Paris). She has published on religion, nationalism and state-building process in the Balkans and the Ottoman Empire, including Aux origines du nationalisme albanais (Paris, Karthala, 2007).

Alexandre Papas, Ph.D. (2004), is Research Fellow at the CNRS in Paris. He has published books and articles on the history of Islamic Central Asia, including Mystiques et vagabonds en islam (Cerf, 2010) and Central Asian Pilgrims (Klaus Schwarz, 2011).

Benoît Fliche is Research fellow at the CNRS (Paris). He has published books and articles on rural and urban migrations in Turkey (CNRS Editions, 2007) and on social practices of kinship (EJTS, 2006).

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Table of Contents

Remerciements Notes de translittération Introduction Première partie: L’autorité religieuse et le pouvoir politique : un couple polymorphe
1. Cheikhs et sultans en Asie centrale au XVIe siècle : une analyse de la Risâla-yi tanbîh al-salâtîn d’Ahmad Kâsânî Dahbidî - Alexandre Papas
2. Réseaux et carrières à al-Azhar au XVIIe siècle : l’ascension du cheikh Ahmad al-Dardîr (1715-1786) - Rachida Chih
3. Le sheikh ul-islâm et l’ambassadeur. De l’autorité religieuse à la diplomatie - Gilles Veinstein
4. Le sultan et l’hégoumène de Patmos - Nicolas Vatin
5. Le clergé latin et son autorité dans l’Empire ottoman (XVe-XVIIe siècles): protégé des puissances de l’Europe catholique ? - Elisabetta Borromeo Deuxième partie: Les métamorphoses de l’autorité religieuse : ruptures et réparations
6. Le Reis et le voile : une polémique religieuse dans la Bosnie-Herzégovine de l’entre-deux-guerres - Xavier Bougarel
7. Autorité locale et autorité supra-locale chez les Bektashis d’Albanie dans l’entre-deux-guerres - Nathalie Clayer
8. Mais où sont les dede d’antan ? Les transformations de l’autorité religieuse chez des Alévis d’Anatolie centrale (1919-2009) - Benoît Fliche
9. Neden bu ikilik ? « Pourquoi cette dualité ?» Ethnographie de la division dans un village bektashi du Taurus - Jérôme Cler
10. L’autorité religieuse féminine dans le soufisme contemporain à Istanbul - Anna Neubauer

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