Hui Muslims in China

Edited by Gui Rong, Hacer Zekiye Gönül, and Zhang Xiaoyan

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Introduction to Hui ethnic diversity in China. As yet very little academic research has been done into the Hui people, a predominantly Muslim ethnic group in China. With particular attention to the Yunnan district community, this collection of contributions skilfully presents a wealth of information on Hui Muslims and introduces readers to the issues of Hui ethnic diversity in China. Reviewing the many aspects of the religious, educational and cultural life of Hui Muslims in China, the authors provide an ethnography in which becomes clear how traditional institutions and everyday life are adapted to local customs with respect to the Islamic identity. At the same time, the relationship between the China Republic and the Hui, an official minority of China, is discussed thoroughly.

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Contributors: Lesley R. Turnbull (New York University), Liang Zhang (Yunnan University), Ross Holder (Trinity College Dublin), Aaron Glasserman (Columbia University), Frauke Drewes (University of Münster), Chuang Ma (Yunnan Open University), Yu Feng (Yunnan University), Suchart Setthamalinee (Puyap University)

Introduction
1. Identity, Interaction and Islamic Practice: Hui Muslims in China
Gui Rong, Yunnan University

Part I: State Policies and Muslims
2. Bridging Worlds: A Comparative Study on the Effects of Ethno-Religious Policies on China's Muslims
Ross Holder, Trinity College

3. Making Muslims Hui: Ethnic Bias in the New Curriculum of the China Islamic Association
Aaron Glasserman, Princeton University

4. Collective Feature, Identity Construction and Cultural Adaptation: Interaction between Hui Muslim Society and the State
Gui Rong, Yunnan University

Part II: Relations between Hui and non-Muslims
5. Changes of Intermarriage Circle of the Pashi Dai (Muslims in Dai Society): A Case Study in the Hui Village in Manluan
Chuang Ma, Yunnan Open University

6. Being Chinese and Being Muslim -; Portrayals of the Hui Minority by Muslims, Non-Muslims, and the Media
Frauke Drewes, Munster University

7. The Diversity of Chinese Muslim Identities: A Special Hui in Yunnan
Feng Yu, Yunnan University & Suchart Setthamalinee, Payap University

Part III: Hui Identity and Islam
8. Localizing Transnationalism in Post-Reform China: Sino-Islamic Identities among Hui-Muslim Women in Yunnan
Lesley Turnbull, New York University

9. Qingzhen: Embodiment of Islamic Knowledge and Lifestyle: A Case Study on Tongdao Street, Huimin District of Hohhot City
Liang Zhang, Yunnan University

10. Role of Ethnic Community of Hui Students in Internal Unity in the Context of Urbanization
Hacer Z. Gönül, Peking University

Conclusion
11. Being Hui Muslim in China
Erkan Toguslu, KU Leuven & Hacer Z. Gönül, Peking University

Format: Edited volume - paperback

Size: 240 × 160 mm

ISBN: 9789462700666

Publication: September 15, 2016

Series: Current Issues in Islam 4

Languages: English

Stock item number: 111006

Gui Rong is researcher at and Deputy Director of Yunnan University Museum of Anthropology.

Hacer Zekiye Gönül is PhD candidate of the Sociology Department at Peking University.
Zhang Xiaoyan is a research associate at the Yunnan University Museum of Anthropology.