The transmission of Islamic reformism to Indonesia [electronic resource] : networks of Middle Eastern and Malay-Indonesian 'Ulama' in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries / Azyymardi Azra

Azra, Azyumardi.
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$a The large Muslim communities of the Malay-Indonesian archipelago are situated on the periphery of the Muslim world, and this area is one of the least Arabicized. Despite this, religio-social changes among its Muslim communities are inseparable from those occurring in the Middle East. From the seventeenth century onwards, international scholarly networks centered in Mecca and Medina increasingly played a crucial role in transmitting impulses of Islamic reformism to the archipelago by way of their Malay-Indonesian students.
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$a From the time of its introduction to the archipelago, around the eleventh century, to the rise of the networks of 'ulama' in the seventeenth century, Malay-Indonesian Islam for the most part was dominated by what was considered "unorthodox" Islamic mysticism which also often was mixed with local animistic beliefs. The Malay-Indonesian scholars involved in the networks introduced a set of renewed religious ideas and values which led to Islamic renewal and reform in the region.
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$a Examination of the scholarly networks through Arabic biographical dictionaries and Malay-Indonesian accounts as well as textual materials produced by these scholars will make clear the nature of the religious and intellectual relationship between Malay-Indonesian and Middle Eastern Muslims. It will also reveal how Malay-Indonesian 'ulama' translated reformism in the networks and thus the contemporary development of Islam in the archipelago.
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The large Muslim communities of the Malay-Indonesian archipelago are situated on the periphery of the Muslim world, and this area is one of the least Arabicized. Despite this, religio-social changes among its Muslim communities are inseparable from those occurring in the Middle East. From the seventeenth century onwards, international scholarly networks centered in Mecca and Medina increasingly played a crucial role in transmitting impulses of Islamic reformism to the archipelago by way of their Malay-Indonesian students.
From the time of its introduction to the archipelago, around the eleventh century, to the rise of the networks of 'ulama' in the seventeenth century, Malay-Indonesian Islam for the most part was dominated by what was considered "unorthodox" Islamic mysticism which also often was mixed with local animistic beliefs. The Malay-Indonesian scholars involved in the networks introduced a set of renewed religious ideas and values which led to Islamic renewal and reform in the region.
This dissertation attempts to elucidate the transmission of Islamic reformist teachings from the centers of Islamic learning in Mecca and Medina to the archipelago in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. It will examine the modes of transmission of religious ideas by way of the scholarly networks.
Examination of the scholarly networks through Arabic biographical dictionaries and Malay-Indonesian accounts as well as textual materials produced by these scholars will make clear the nature of the religious and intellectual relationship between Malay-Indonesian and Middle Eastern Muslims. It will also reveal how Malay-Indonesian 'ulama' translated reformism in the networks and thus the contemporary development of Islam in the archipelago.
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Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 54-01, Section: A, page: 0285.
Sponsor: Richard W. Bulliet.
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Columbia University, 1992.
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