Putting Islam to Work

 collapse sectionPreface
  A Note on Transliteration

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 collapse section1. Creating an Object
 An Alexandria Quartet
 The Anthropology of Islam
 Cultural Production and Social Reproduction
 History and Typology

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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
 collapse section3. The Progressive Policy of the Government
 Reaction and Responsibility
 The Religious Difficulty
  “The Four R's”
 The Nasser Years, 1952–1970
 Science and Faith: Sadat and After
 Religion in Postprimary Schools

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 collapse section4. Learning about God
 Postmodern Knowledge
 Just Like Getting Tall
 School as the House of God
 The Nasr Language School
 Islam Outside the Religion Class
 Reviving the Kuttab
 Clubs and Contests
 Social Service Agencies and Charitable Organizations
 Models and Media
 collapse section5. The Path of Clarification
 The Interpretation of Culture and the Culture of Interpretation
 Encountering the Word
 Form and Content
 The Transformation of Texts
 Family and School as Sources of Moral Authority
 Supplements to Public Sector Instructional Media
 collapse section6. Growing Up: Four Stories
 It's Not Haram, But They Might Not Understand It
 People Use Religion, Too
 I Had Some Friends There
 This Wonderful Girl Who Wore the Higab
 Persuasion Beyond the Classroom

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 collapse section7. State of Emergency
 This Is Not a Demonstration
 The Sons of Egypt
 A Thousand Martyrs
 One Hundred Percent Under Control
 The Drop of a Gun
 They Need to Get Rid of Some People
 Too Many Secrets
 There Is No Terrorism in Egypt
 collapse section8. Broken Boundaries and the Politics of Fear
 Religion and Social Class
 Education and Authority
 Habeas Corpus?
 The Realization of Distant Consequences
 The Disturbed Surface of the Public Mind
 The Past in the Present
 Religion as a Politically Constituted Defense Mechanism

 collapse sectionBibliography
 Religious Studies Textbooks in Arabic
 Other Works in Arabic
 Works in English and French

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