Bukhara and the Muslims of Russia: Sufism, Education, and the Paradox of Islamic Prestige
In Bukhara and the Muslims of Russia Allen Frank examines the relationship between Muslims in Russia and the city of Bukhara, examining paradoxes emerging the city’s Sufism-based Islamic prestige, and the emergence of Islamic reformism in Russia.
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