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Author Laksana, Albertus Bagus
Title Muslim and Catholic Pilgrimage Practices : Explorations Through Java
Imprint Farnham : Taylor & Francis Group, 2014
©2014
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Edition 1st ed
Descript 1 online resource (271 pages)
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Series Routledge Studies in Pilgrimage, Religious Travel and Tourism Ser
Routledge Studies in Pilgrimage, Religious Travel and Tourism Ser
Note Cover -- Contents -- List of Maps and Figures -- Acknowledgments -- Notes on Spelling, Transliteration, and Sources -- List of Abbreviations -- Introduction: Pilgrimage, Hybridity, and Identity Making -- Part I Javano-Muslim Case -- 1 Formation of Javano-Islamic Identity: Saints, Shrines, and Sacred History -- 2 Muslim Self and Hindu-Javanese Other: Spatial, Architectural, and Ritual Symbolisms -- 3 The Richness of Pilgrimage Experience: Devotion, Memory, and Blessings -- Part II Javano-Catholic Case -- 4 Identity as Memory: Sacred Space and the Formation of Javano-Catholic Identity -- 5 The Trace of the Other in the Javano-Catholic Identity -- 6 Immersed in the Web of Blessings and Communion -- Part III Comparative Perspective -- 7 A Double Visiting: Comparative Insights on Muslim and Catholic Pilgrimage Practices in Java -- Conclusion: Going Home and Setting Off Again -- Glossary -- Bibliography -- Index
Exploring the distinctive nature and role of local pilgrimage traditions among Muslims and Catholics, Muslim and Catholic Pilgrimage Practices draws particularly on south central Java, Indonesia. In this area, the hybrid local Muslim pilgrimage culture is shaped by traditional Islam, the Javano-Islamic sultanates, and the Javanese culture with its strong Hindu-Buddhist heritage. This region is also home to a vibrant Catholic community whose identity formation has occurred in a way that involves complex engagements with Islam as well as Javanese culture. In this respect, local pilgrimage tradition presents itself as a rich milieu in which these complex engagements have been taking place between Islam, Catholicism, and Javanese culture. Employing a comparative theological and phenomenological analysis, this book reveals the deeper religio-cultural and theological import of pilgrimage practice in the identity formation and interaction among Muslims and Catholics in south central Java. In a wider context, it also sheds light on the larger dynamics of the complex encounter between Islam, Christianity and local cultures
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Laksana, Albertus Bagus Muslim and Catholic Pilgrimage Practices : Explorations Through Java Farnham : Taylor & Francis Group,c2014 9781409463962
Subject Catholic Church -- Relations -- Islam.;Muslims -- Indonesia -- Java.;Catholics -- Indonesia -- Java.;Islam -- Relations -- Catholic Church.;Java (Indonesia) -- Religious life and customs
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Alt Author Coleman, Professor Simon
Eade, Professor John
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Elsner, Dr Jas'
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