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Bourgeois Islam and Muslims without Mosques: Muslim Liberalism and its Discontents in Indonesia

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Bourgeois Islam and Muslims without Mosques : Muslim Liberalism and its Discontents in Indonesia. / Kersten, Karel Peter Leonard Gerard.

Islam after Liberalism. ed. / Faisal Devji; Zaheer Kazmi. New York : Oxford University Press USA, 2017. p. 167.

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Harvard

Kersten, KPLG 2017, Bourgeois Islam and Muslims without Mosques: Muslim Liberalism and its Discontents in Indonesia. in F Devji & Z Kazmi (eds), Islam after Liberalism. Oxford University Press USA, New York, pp. 167.

APA

Kersten, K. P. L. G. (2017). Bourgeois Islam and Muslims without Mosques: Muslim Liberalism and its Discontents in Indonesia. In F. Devji, & Z. Kazmi (Eds.), Islam after Liberalism (pp. 167). Oxford University Press USA.

Vancouver

Kersten KPLG. Bourgeois Islam and Muslims without Mosques: Muslim Liberalism and its Discontents in Indonesia. In Devji F, Kazmi Z, editors, Islam after Liberalism. New York: Oxford University Press USA. 2017. p. 167

Author

Kersten, Karel Peter Leonard Gerard. / Bourgeois Islam and Muslims without Mosques : Muslim Liberalism and its Discontents in Indonesia. Islam after Liberalism. editor / Faisal Devji ; Zaheer Kazmi. New York : Oxford University Press USA, 2017. pp. 167

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