Fundamentalisms comprehended /

Corporate Author: American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Other Authors: Marty, Martin E., 1928-, Appleby, R. Scott, 1956-
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1995.
Series: Fundamentalism project ; v. 5.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction /
  • Martin E. Marty and R. Scott Appleby
  • Enclave culture /
  • Emmanuel Sivan
  • Vision from the Madrasa and Bes Medrash: some parallels between Islam and Judaism /
  • Samuel C. Heilman
  • Mapping Indic Fundamentalisms through nationalism and modernity /
  • Harjot Oberoi
  • Fundamentalisms narrated: Muslim, Christian, and Mystical /
  • James L. Peacock and Tim Pettyjohn
  • Religious Fundamentalisms compared: Palestinian Islamists, militant Lebanese Shi'ites, and radical Sikhs /
  • Emile Sahliyeh
  • Protestants and Catholics in Latin America: a family portrait /
  • Daniel H. Levine
  • Unity and diversity in Islamic Fundamentalism /
  • Said Amir Arjomand
  • Muslim Fundamentalists: Psychosocial profiles /
  • Valerie J. Hoffman
  • Buddhism, nationhood, and cultural identity: a question of fundamentals /
  • Gananath Obeyesekere
  • Fundamentalism, Phenomenology, and comparative dimensions /
  • S. N. Eisenstadt
  • Fundamentalism as a comprehensive system: Woviet Marxism and Islamic Fundamentalism compared /
  • Ernest Gellner
  • From Orthodoxy to Fundamentalism: a thousand years of Islam in South Asia /
  • T. N. Madan
  • What's so funny about Fundamentalism? /
  • Gideon Aran
  • Antifundamentalism /
  • Mark Juergensmeyer
  • Rhetoric of Fundamentalist conversion narratives /
  • Wayne C. Booth
  • Fundamentalism: genus and species /
  • Gabriel A. Almond, Emmanuel Sivan, and R. Scott Appleby
  • Explaining Fundamentalisms /
  • Gabriel A. Almond, Emmanuel Sivan, and R. Scott Appleby
  • Exa