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Sur les traces du soufisme turc


Recherches sur l'Islam populaire en Anatolie


A selection of articles by Irene Melikoff on the Anatolian and Turkish Sufism, including discussions on Bektasisim, Alevism and Heterodox Islam as well as Sufi customs and festivals.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-718-8
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Feb 25,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 192
Language: French
ISBN: 978-1-61143-718-8
$131.00
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This book comprises a selection of articles by Irene Melikoff, professor emeritus at the University of Strasbourg, on the Anatolian and Turkish Sufism. An extensive review of Sufism is presented in articles on Bektasism, Alevism and Heterodox Islam, whereas the focus is on social and cultural issues in articles on customs and festivals. With Anatolia as the main centre of focus, the writer also refers to neighbouring areas such as Azerbaijan and Bulgaria and follows the origins of the Anatolian Sufism in as far as Central Asia. A lively and an extensive account of Sufism in and around Anatolia is presented by one of the most competent scholars of the subject.

This book comprises a selection of articles by Irene Melikoff, professor emeritus at the University of Strasbourg, on the Anatolian and Turkish Sufism. An extensive review of Sufism is presented in articles on Bektasism, Alevism and Heterodox Islam, whereas the focus is on social and cultural issues in articles on customs and festivals. With Anatolia as the main centre of focus, the writer also refers to neighbouring areas such as Azerbaijan and Bulgaria and follows the origins of the Anatolian Sufism in as far as Central Asia. A lively and an extensive account of Sufism in and around Anatolia is presented by one of the most competent scholars of the subject.

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Irene Melikoff

  • AVANT-PROPOS NAISSANCE D'UNE RECHERCHE (page 7)
  • i. L'ORDRE DES BEKTASIS ET LES GROUPES RELEVANT DE HACI BEKTAS: SURVOL DU PROBLEME (page 11)
  • II. LES FONDEMENTS DE L'ALEVISME (page 17)
  • III. LE PROBLEME KIZILBAS1 (page 35)
  • IV. RECHERCHES SUR LES COMPOSANTES DU SYNCRETISME BEKTACHI-ALEVI (page 51)
  • V. L'ISLAM HETERODOXE EN ANATOLIE: NON-CONFORMISME - SYNCRETISME - GNOSE (page 67)
  • VI. L'ORDRE DES BEKTASI APRES 1826 (page 79)
  • VII. NOTES SUR LES COUTUMES DES ALEVIS: A PROPOS DE QUELQUES FETES D'ANATOLIE CENTRALE (page 95)
  • VIII. RECHERCHE SUR UNE COUTUME DES ALEVIS : MUSAHIP "FRERE DE L'AU-DELA" (page 101)
  • IX. LA COMMUNAUTE KIZILBAS DU DELI ORMAN EN BULGARIE (page 111)
  • X. UN ORDRE DE DERVICHES COLONISATEURS: Leur role social et leurs rapports avec les premiers sultans ottomans (page 121)
  • XI. L'ORIGINE SOCIALE DES PREMIERS OTTOMANS (page 133)
  • XII. AHMED YESEVI ET LA MYSTIQUE POPULAIRE TURQUE (page 145)
  • XIII. LES ORIGINES CENTRE-ASIATIQUES DU SOUFISME ANATOLIEN (page 157)
  • XIV. FAZLULLAH D'ASTARABAD ET L'ESSOR DU HURUFISME EN AZERBAYDJAN, EN ANATOLIE ET EN ROUMELIE (page 169)
  • CONCLUSION (page 181)
  • BIBLIOGRAPHIE SOMMAIRE (page 183)
  • TABLE DES MATIERES (page 191)
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