- Title Pages
- 1 <i>Hijra</i>, <i>Hajj</i> and Muslim Mobilities: Considering Coercion and Asymmetrical Power Dynamics in Histories of Islamic Cosmopolitanism
- 2 Islamicate Cosmopolitanism from North Africa to Southeast Asia
- 3 Sufi Cosmopolitanism in the Seventeenth-century Indian Ocean: <i>Sharīʿa</i>, Lineage and Royal Power in Southeast Asia and the Maldives
- 4 The White Heron Called by the Muezzin: Shrines, Sufis and Warlords in Early Modern Java
- 5 Variations of ‘Islamic Military Cosmopolitanism’: The Survival Strategies of Hui Muslims during the Modern Period
- 6 Writing Cosmopolitan History in Nineteenth-century China: Li Huanyi’s <i>Words and Deeds of Islamic Exemplars</i>
- 7 The ‘Shaykh al-Islaām of the Philippines’ and Coercive Cosmopolitanism in an Age of Global Empire
- 8 Bordering Malaya’s ‘Benighted Lands’: Frontiers of Race and Colonialism on the Malay Peninsula, 1887–1902
- 9 Afghanistan’s Cosmopolitan Trading Networks: A View from Yiwu, China
- Notes on the Contributors
- Challenging Cosmopolitanism
- Joshua Gedacht, R. Michael Feener
- Edinburgh University Press
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