[Parution] Conversion to Islam in the Premodern Age A Sourcebook, University of California Press, 2020.

Conversion to Islam is a phenomenon of immense significance in human history. At the outset of Islamic rule in the seventh century, Muslims constituted a tiny minority in most areas under their control. But by the beginning of the modern period, they formed the majority in most territories from North Africa to Southeast Asia. Across such diverse lands, peoples, and time periods, conversion was a complex, varied phenomenon. Converts lived in a world of overlapping and competing religious, cultural, social, and familial affiliations, and the effects of turning to Islam played out in every aspect of life.
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Laurent Gallet (8 janvier 2021). [Parution] Conversion to Islam in the Premodern Age A Sourcebook, University of California Press, 2020. Les moissons d'hypothèses. Consulté le 15 juillet 2024 à l’adresse https://doi.org/10.58079/rks6


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