Putting Islam to Work

 expand sectionPreface
  A Note on Transliteration

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 expand section1. Creating an Object

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 collapse section2. Education and the Management of Populations
 Schooling and the Colonial Project
 Exoticizing the Classroom
 Furnishing Children for the Schools
 Education and British Colonial Policy, 1882–1922
 Moral Order: The Primitive Conception of the Teacher
 See-sawing Backwards and Forwards the Whole Time
 Public Order: The Best Way of Keeping These People Quiet
 The Regeneration of the Arab
 Wild Fanatics and Impostors
 Work: The Observation of Facts
 Women: An Educated and Enlightened Motherhood
 expand section3. The Progressive Policy of the Government

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 expand section4. Learning about God
 expand section5. The Path of Clarification
 expand section6. Growing Up: Four Stories

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 expand section7. State of Emergency
 expand section8. Broken Boundaries and the Politics of Fear

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