Islamic Civilization and Muslim Networks
Series Editors: Carl W. Ernst, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, and Bruce B. Lawrence, Duke University
Highlighting themes with historical as well as contemporary significance, Islamic Civilization and Muslim Networks publishes works that explore Islamic societies and Muslim peoples from a fresh perspective, emphasizing systems of exchange that have promoted the creation and development of Islamic identities. The series, which includes works for experts, students, and general readers, spans all periods of Islamic civilization and geographically encompasses the entire Afro-Eurasian mercantile world.
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