China and Islam: The Prophet, The Party, and Law, written by Erie, Matthew

in Sociology of Islam
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London. Cambridge University Press. 2016, 447 pages. $125.00 (Hardcover) isbn: 9781107053373, $42.00 (Paper) isbn: 9781107670112.

Matthew Erie’s magisterial book portrays how Islamic law is implemented and lived out among an ethnic group in a socialist state that does not recognize Islamic law yet still accepts its authority in particular areas. Situating his study among a number of different literatures and paradigms – Islam as terror, anthropology of law, law and ethics, ethnicity in China – Erie offers rich theoretical, conceptual, and empirical contributions in a must-read book for anyone interested in global Islam, Islamic law, religion

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China and Islam: The Prophet, The Party, and Law, written by Erie, Matthew

in Sociology of Islam

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