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Catharina Raudvere

Catharina Raudvere is professor of history of religions at the Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies at Copenhagen University. She holds her Ph.D. from Lund University (Sweden). Professor Raudvere has previously taught at Lund University and been guest-researcher at UC Berkeley and in Istanbul. She has published research on Islam in Turkey and the Balkans, Sufism, Muslim ritual, religion and politics and the uses of history in contemporary cultural narratives. She has published The Book and the Roses: Sufi Women, Visibility, and Zikir in Contemporary Istanbul (2003) and edited Sufism Today.

Works

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Sufism Today
Heritage and Tradition in the Global Community

I.B. Tauris
This book offers the first sustained treatment of Sufism in the context of modern Muslim communities. It is also innovative, in that it broadens the purview of...
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Religion, Politics, and Turkey's EU Accession

Palgrave Macmillan
This volume brings together a number of distinct historians, political scientists, social anthropologists, and legal scholars from Turkey and the EU. The...
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The Book and the Roses
Sufi Women, Visibility and Zikr in Contemporary Istanbul

I.B. Tauris
Sufism is Islam's principal mystical tradition, providing its followers with the inner, esoteric or purely spiritual dimension of their faith. This path to...
Catharina Raudvere

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