Yıl : 2018 Cilt : 38 Sayı : 2

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Marshall Hodgson Then and Now

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Hodgson, the man of conscience makes academics uneasy. As well he should. Yet his moral commitment, the very thing that for so long made him a semi-pariah in academia, is a beacon of hope to a new generation of readers interested in alternatives to the present state of the post-9/11 Middle East field. A Quaker pacifist who was interned in Camp Elkton, Oregon for refusing to serve in World War II, Hodgson was a man of principle and courage whose quirky intelligence produced The Venture of Islam, a three volume textbook history of Islamic civilization.

Anahtar Kelimeler

World-history   Hodgson   Venture-of-Islam   Historiaography   Civilization  

Sorumlu Yazar

Edmund Burke III

Kaynakça

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Detaylar

DOI 10.26650/SJ.2018.38.2.0027

Submission : 19 Tem 2018

Published : 25 Mar 2019

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