Sunday, 28 April 2013

Hajj Papers

Islam, the sea and the hajj 

Edward Simpson and Kai Kresse, eds. Struggling with history: Islam and cosmopolitanism in the
western Indian Ocean (2008).

Nile Green, Bombay Islam: The Religious Economy of the West Indian Ocean, 1840-1915 (2011).

Felicitas Becker, Becoming Muslim in Mainland Tanzania  (2008) Chapters 6,7,8

K Kresse, Philosophizing in Mombasa: Knowledge, Islam and intellectual practice on the Swahili
coast  (2007).

A Bang, Sufis and Scholars in the sea: family networks in East Africa

Engseng Ho, Graves of Tarim: geneaology and mobility across the Indian ocean

U Freitag and W. G. Clarence-Smith, eds. Hadhrami traders, scholars and statement in the Indian
ocean 1750s-1960s (1997)

Michael Miller, ‘Pilgrim’s Progress: The Business of the Hajj’ in Past and Present. May 2006.

Dale F. Eickelman and James Piscatori, Muslim Travellers: Pilgrimage, Migration, and the Religious Imagination (Berkeley: 1990)

F.E. Peters, The Hajj: The Muslim Pilgrimage to Mecca and the Holy Places (Princeton: 1994) Ch4 onwards.

Barbara Metcalf, ‘What happened in Mecca? Mumtaz Mufti’s ‘Labbaik’’ in Robert Folkenflik, ed. The Culture of Autobiography (Stanford, 1993)

M N Pearson, Pilgrimage to Mecca: The Indian Experience (Princeton, 1996), Chapters after 1750

D. Parkin and S. Headley eds. Islamic prayer across the Indian ocean (2000).

Tim Youngs ed. Travel Writing in the Nineteenth Century: Filling the Blank Spaces, Chapter 7 on Nawab Sikander Begam’s haj pilgrimage.

Sugata Bose, A Hundred Horizons: the Indian Ocean in the age of global empire (Cambridge, Mass., 2006), Chapter Six, “Pilgrim’s Progress under Colonial Rules”, pp.193-233

Saurabh Mishra, ‘Beyond the bounds of time? The Haj pilgrimage from the Indian subcontinent,
1865-1920’, pp.31-44, in Harrison and Pati (eds.), The Social History of Health and Medicine in
Colonial India (London, 2009)

M.C. Low, ‘Empire and the Hajj: pilgrims, plagues and Pan-Islam 1865-1908’, International Journal
of Middle Eastern Studies, 40, 2008, 269-290

William Roff, ‘Sanitation and Security: the imperial powers and the nineteenth century Hajj’, Arabian Studies VI, 1982, 143-61

William Ochsenwald, Religion, society, and the state in Arabia : the Hijaz under Ottoman control,
1840-1908 (Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1984).  (ch 2: religion, ch. 3:  pilgrimage)

Mecca the blessed Madina the Radiant by Dr.Emel Esin