Table of contents for The Cambridge companion to Sufism / edited by Lloyd Ridgeon, University of Glasgow.


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Part I. The Early Period: 1. Origins and early Sufism C. Melchert; 2. Pious Sufi women L. Silvers; 3. Sufi rituals E. Ohlander; 4. Morality in early Sufi literature S. Yazaki; Part II. Medieval Sufism: 5. Sufism and mysticism L. Ridgeon; 6. Sufism's religion of love, from Rābi'a to Ibn 'Arabī L. Lewisohn; 7. Antinomian Sufism A. Karamustafa; Part III. Sufism in the Modern Age: 8. Nana Asma'u: nineteenth-century West African Sufi B. B. Mack; 9. Sufism and colonialism V. Knut; 9. Nana Asma'u: nineteenth-century West African Sufi B. B. Mack; 10. Sufism in the West R. Geaves; 11. Sufism in the age of globalisation I. Weismann; 12. Transnationalism and regional cults P. Werbner.


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