Resisting Regimes: Myth, Memory, and the Shaping of a Muslim Identity
This study examines the contests over, and reshaping of, the identity of the Meos, a group located between Hinduism and Islam. The theoretical issues discussed relate to kingship, religion, nationalism, violence, ethnicity and identity, and proselytization and resistance.
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