Muslim Institutions of Higher Education in Postcolonial Africa
Mbaye Lo and Muhammed Haron (editors)
Lo, an assistant professor of the practice of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, explores the evolving encounter between the diversity of local Islamic knowledge and the politics of transnational Muslim education trends. Contributors include Islamic education scholars and administrators in Muslim institutions. Using theoretical studies, case studies of these institutions and analyzing issues of intellectual viability and graduate visibility in these institutions, this volume will serve students from a variety of disciplinary backgrounds.