The seven volumes in this set, originally published between 1923 and 1987, explore the influence of Islam on law, politics, science, and development in the Muslim world. This set will be of interest to students of both Islamic and Middle Eastern studies.
Table of Contents
1. The Caliphate Thomas Walker Arnold (1965) 2. Islam and the Third Universal Theory: The Religious Thought of Mu'ammar al-Qadhdhafi Mahmoud M. (Mustafa) Ayoub (1987) 3. Islamic Revivalism in a Changing Peasant Economy: Central Sumatra, 1784-1847 Christine Dobbin (1983) 4. The Islamic Law on Land Tax and Rent: The Peasants' Loss of Property Rights as Interpreted in the Hanafite Legal Literature of the Mamluk and Ottoman Periods Baber Johansen (1987) 5. Islam at the Cross Road: A Brief Survey of the Present Position and Problems of the World of Islam De Lacy Evans O'Leary (1923) 6. Science, Technology and Development in the Muslim World Ziauddin Sardar (1977) 7. Islam and the State P.J. Vatikiotis (1987)