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  • Religion and State in Syria. The Sunni Ulama from Coup to Revolution.
    Pierret, Thomas (2013)
    Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Syria; State; Syria; Ulama
  • The Voice of the Ulamŕ: Fatwas and Religious Authority in Indonesia.
    Kaptein, Nico J.G. (2004)
    Archives de sciences sociales des religions 125: 115-130.

    Associated Search Terms: Indonesia; Authority; Ulama; Islam, Indonesia
  • The Study of Resilience and Decay in Ulema Groups: Tunisia and Iran as an Example.
    Ghozzi, Kamel (2002)
    Sociology of Religion 63:3: 317-334.

    Argues that consensus, autonomy, & charisma are necessary for the resilience of ulema groups. Tunisia & Iran are used as examples, with the former lacking & the latter exhibiting resilience.

    Associated Search Terms: Consensus; Islam, Iran; Islam, Tunisia; Ulama; Iran; Tunisia; Adaptation; Comparative; State; Charisma
  • Religion and politics in Egypt: The ulema of al-Azhar, radical Islam, and the state (1952-94).
    Zeghal, Malika (1999)
    International Journal of Middle East Studies 31:3: 371-399.

    Associated Search Terms: Ulama; Politics, Egypt; Islam, Egypt; Egypt
  • Gardiens de l'Islam: Les Oulémas d'Al Azhar dans l'Egypte Contemporaine.
    Zeghal, Malika (1996)
    Paris: Presses de la Fondation Nationale des Sciences Politiques.

    Associated Search Terms: Ulama; Egypt; Islam, Egypt
  • The Shi'i ulama and the State in Iran.
    Moaddel, Mansoor (1986)
    Theory and Society 15: 519-566.

    Associated Search Terms: Ulama; State; Iran; Shi'ite, Iran
  • Islamic Scholasticism, Social Conflicts and Political Power. Corporate and Non-corporate Features of Muslim Learned Men in West Java.
    Hirikoshi, Hiroko (1984)
    Social Compass 31:1: 75-89.

    Examines historical fluctuations in the political leadership provided by the ulama in West Java.

    Associated Search Terms: Islam, Indonesia; Historical; Conflict; Politics, Indonesia; Indonesia, Java; Ulama
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