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From the Publisher"A fascinating read and will inform as much as it generates discussion, both within and outside the classroom."
— Journal of the American Academy of Religion
"An interesting collection that deserves attentive reading."
— The Telegraph-Calcutta
"miriam cooke and Bruce Lawrence have succeeded in organizing and leading a scholarly assessment of the social context of formation and dynamics of Muslim networks in a historical perspective full of contemporary relevance. This is indispensable material for understanding the cultural and religious dynamics of our interdependent world. (Manuel Castells, University of Southern California, Los Angeles)"
"The articles in this book make the most important point that not only in pre-modern times was the Islamic world profoundly interconnected but that connections of this kind have persisted, and have remained of the utmost significance into the contemporary era. It is a point that should inform all modern policy considerations. (Francis Robinson, Royal Holloway, University of London)"