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Introduction Understanding Political Islam Post-september 11.
1: Islamic Doctrine, History, Growth and Institutions in Southeast Asia.
2: Islamic Thought: Theory, Concepts and Doctrines in the Context of Southeast Asian Islam.
3: The History of Islam in Southeast Asia: Some Questions and Debates.
4: The Advent and Growth of Islam in the Philippines.
5: Islamic Economic Institutions in Indonesia: A Religio-political Perspective.
6: The Development and Impact of Islamic Economic Institutions: the Malaysian Experience.
7: Politics, Governance, Civil Society and Gender Issues in Southeast Asian Islam.
8: Islam Embedded: ‘moderate’ Political Islam and Governance in the Malay World.
9: Law-Making in the Name of Islam: Implications for Democratic Governance.
10: Is it Always Islam Versus Civil Society?.
11: Islamization, Civil Society, and Religious Minorities in Malaysia.
12: Islam and Gender: Reading Equality and Patriarchy.
13: Modernization, Globalization and the ‘Islamic State’ Debate in Southeast Asia.
14: Islam and Modernization.
15: Modernization and the Process of Globalization: The Muslim Experience and Responses.
16: The Malaysian Constitution, The Islamic State and Hudud Laws.
17: The Islamic State: Origins, Definition and Salient Attributes.
18: Impact of September 11 on Islamic Thought and Practice.
19: September 11 and Islamic Militancy in Post-New Order Indonesia.
20: The Impact of September 11 on Islam in Southeast Asia.
Conclusion: Addressing the Challenge of Political Islam in Southeast Asia.
Note on Contributors.
About the Editors.