Pakistan Society: Islam, Ethnicity and Leadership in South Asia
Drawing on anthropological and historical research as well as the author's extensive field work, this analytical study investigates the complex relationship between contemporary Islam, ethnicity, and leadership in South Asia. Illustrated throughout with case studies, the book reveals the diversity of Pakistan society.
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