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The Burmanization of Myanmar's Muslims / J. A. Berlie
Bib ID 4270865
Format BookBook
Author
Berlie, J. A. (Jean A.), 1936-
 
Description Bangkok : White Lotus Press, 2008 
xviii, 156 p. : ill., maps ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9789744801265
Full contents
  • 1. Diversity of Myanmar's Muslims
  • 2. Towards 'Burmanization'
  • 3. The Muslims of Yangon (Rangoon)
  • 4. Arakan Muslims and their statelessness
  • 5. Burmese Muslims in various regions of Myanmar and in Yunnan
  • 6. Islamic education and religious policy in Myanmar
  • 7. International implications
  • 8. Concluding remarks and outlook.
 
Notes

Appendices include brief biographical sketches of Burmese Muslim leaders, summaries of Islamic textbooks and lists of mosques.

Includes bibliography (p. 135-156) and index.

NLA's copy numbered 786.

Subjects Muslims -- Burma -- History.  |  Muslims -- Burma -- Ethnic identity  |  Islamic education -- Burma.  |  Religion and state -- Burma.

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