The National Union Catalogs 1963

Mustafa , Husayn Kamil , القاها محاضرات ۱۸۰ - ۱۹۰۸ . مشكلة قناة السويس : طلبة قسم
الدراسات ... In Rengali , | Mustafa Muhammad Jams1 see Jamii , Mustafa
Muhammad . Mustafá , Aḥmad ' Abd al ... 20 - ر 2 Mustafa , Hasan . Mustafa ,
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Hasan Mustapa

Conversations about the role and value of Islamic diversity in Indonesias Islamic public sphere are becoming more frequent and intense. For some Muslims, homogeneity is a precondition for a prosperous and pious community.

Author: Julian Millie

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Hasan Mustapa (1857-1930) was a scholar, mystic and poet who studied in Mecca for thirteen years before commencing his career as an Islamic official in the Netherlands East Indies. He wrote a number of sufistic treatises on Islamic belief and practice, mostly in the Sundanese language. His name and writings are referenced in much modern public discourse. Indonesians interpret his work as a characteristically Indonesian mediation of Islamic concepts belonging to the intellectual lineage of figures such as Ibn al-'Arabi (d. 1240) and 'Abd al-Karim Al-Jili (d. 1424). Apart from that, members of the Sundanese ethnic group of West Java-who currently number around forty million-have shown renewed interest in his work as a model for nurturing a pro-diversity ethic in the province's unsettled Islamic public sphere. Hasan Mustapa is comprised of chapters by Sudanese scholars, alongside the editor's contributions. Some essays provide introductions to Mustapa's life and work, while others perform a discursive move of increasing importance in contemporary Indonesia: reaching into a regional Islamic past to make authoritative statements about the present. Together, the chapters form a timely addition to the literature on a question of growing importance: what influence should regional traditions have in contemporary Islamic societies? *** "Hasan Mustapa is a fascinating presentation of an extraordinary Indonesian scholar who was deeply engaged with Sufi thought during the height of the colonial era. Mustapa's firm grounding in local culture is balanced by a cosmopolitan spirituality, as revealed here for the first time in English. This richly documented study will be appreciated by anyone interested in modern Muslim thought." --Carl W. Ernst, William R. Kenan, Jr., Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Series: Vernacular Indonesia) [Subject: Islamic Studies, Indonesian Studies, Asian Studies]

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Includes entries for maps and atlases.

Excerpta Indonesica

Islam ; Mustapa , H .; poetry ; Rosidi , A .; Sundanese language ; writers ; This
article is a brief introduction to the life and works of Haji Hasan Mustapa ( 1852-
1930 ) , a Sundanese ulama - poet . Mustapa represented the vigorous culture of
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Prolegomena to Haji Hasan Mustapa s mystical cantos

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Category: Sundanese poetry

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Crescent Arises over the Banyan Tree

He continued to mingle with ulama and married Hajjah Patmah, a daughter of
Hasan Mustapa, Chief Penghulu of Ciamis, West Java. Snouck persuaded him to
accept the position of Chief Penghulu of Kotaraja, Aceh. Hassan Mustapa's wife ...

Author: Mitsuo Nakamura

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Part One of this book is based on ethnographic fieldwork conducted by the author during 1970_72 on a local branch of the Muhammadiyah in the town of Kotagede, a suburb of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. This work, first published in 1983, observed that the Muhammadiyah social and educational movement had reformed traditional Javanese Islam into a vital living faith and adapted Muslim life to modernity. The author was one of the first scholars who had noted that there was continuing Islamization in Indonesia and predicted its progress in the future. Part Two is based on the author's three decades of follow-up visits to the Kotagede from the 1970s to 2010. During this period, the Muhammadiyah movement made enormous advancements, enough to to make the town known as a "e;Muhammadiyah town"e;. On the national level, the Muhammadiyah has grown to be the second largest Islamic civil society organization (after the traditionalist Nahdlatul Ulama) in Indonesia, with millions of members and supporters. Yet, the wider environment for it has been altered greatly by urbanization, diversification and globalization. It is also facing unprecedented challenges arising from calls for democratization in the post-Soeharto era. The longitudinal study in this volume depicts the most recent dynamics of the Muhammadiyah movement in a local as well as transhitoric context.

Illuminations

YAPENA , Bandung - FIGURE 142 Below : Wawacan Majapahit , a work by Haji
Hasan Mustapa , an extremely productive Sundanese author . National Library of
Indonesia , Jakarta . داشتم چشتیبانی دانوستا و دی مو د شهوت بنت ين گامه ی ت و ...

Author: Ann Kumar

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Accessions List Indonesia Malaysia Singapore and Brunei

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Indonesia Circle

Unlike Ranggawarsita , who worked under court patronage , Haji Hasan Mustapa
represents the vigorous culture of the pesantren , the Islamic colleges , for which
West Java is known . He wrote chiefly on the practice of his religion and on tas ...

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Sundanese Print Culture and Modernity in Nineteenth century West Java

The author Hasan Mustapa uses such words in his poem guguritan entitled , “
Hariring nu hudang gering ” ( Hasan Mustapa in Rosidi 1989 : 122 ) . For
instance , sorangan nulis ngagending ( write dangding alone ) ( ibid : 157 ) , and
nembang ...

Author: Mikihiro Moriyama

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Sundanese Print Culture and Modernity in 19th Century West Java traces the development of modern printed books written in Sundanese, the dominant language in West Java, Indonesia, and the mother tongue of about 30 million people. Starting with the 'discovery' of Sundanese by Europeans in the early 19th century, Mikihiro Moriyama follows the developments in the ensuing century when a small group of Dutch scholars and colonial officials reshaped the language and its literature over the next one hundred years. Schools taught Sundanese, and printed materials based on western concepts began to influence indigenous writing and oral tradition. The imposition of European standards of literary aesthetics shaped a modernity that rejected traditional knowledge in favour of rational and empirical paradigms. Interest in traditional poetry and its mythologies declined, and new forms of prose, including novels, captured the attention of the reading public. These materials promoted useful knowledge and morality, and encouraged deference and loyalty towards colonial authority. Early in the 20th century, the establishment of the Commissie voor de Inlandsche School- en Volkslectuur (Committee for Indigenous Schoolbooks and Popular Reading Books), a government-subsidised institution, provided the growing number of literate people in the Indies with 'good' and 'appropriate' reading materials. Its development marked the end of an era when Sundanese writing competed with Western-style schools and publications, and signalled the triumph of the new colonial modernity.

Prolegomena to Haji Hasan Mustapa s Mystical Cantos Paper Read at a Seminar in the Department of Malay Studies on October 6 1976

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Studia Islamika

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Indonesian Capital Market Directory

Hasan Mustapa 58 Bandung 40135 © ( 022 ) 773665 Fax . ( 022 ) 702088 61 Drs
. J.I. Chamdani Drs . Mustafa Lubis JI . Abdul Muis 36 , Jakarta 10160 ( 021 )
3811050 Fax . ( 021 ) 371707 Maisonette Kramat Jaya Baru B - 19 Jl .
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The Propagation of Islam in the Indonesian Malay Archipelago

1946 taald en van aantekeningen voorzien " ( Haji Hasan Mustapa : About the
habits and customs of the Sundanese , transl . from the Sundanese and provided
with notes ) , VKI , V , 290 pp . " Djakat Anak ” ( Jakat Anak ) , BKI , CIII , 547 – 53 .

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Accessions List Southeast Asia

3 Departemen Pendidikan dan Kebudayaan , Koordinasi Perguruan Tinggi
Swasta , Wilayah IV , Jl . P.A. Hasan Mustapa no . 38 , Bandung . 1-92-949427
licro- • Koordinasi Perguruan Tingzi Swasta liche ( Indonesia ) . Kantor Wilayah I.
0 ) 92 ...

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ADB Business Opportunities

... Perumahan of Supplier : Jln . P . H . Hasan Mustapa No . 57 / 47 . Bandung ,
Indonesia Nature of Contract : Construction Contract Description : Cimanuk River
Improvement at the Lower of Rentang Weir Majalengka & Indramayu ( Package 2
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Fact Book

5 Jakarta 10340 163 KAP Yansen & Co. Sentra Latumeten , Jl . Prof. Dr.
Latumeten No. 50 , Blok B 8 , Jakarta 11460 164 Koesbandijah , Beddy Samsi &
Setiasih Jl . KHP . Hasan Mustapa 58 Bandung 40135 165 Leonard , Mulia &
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INIS newsletter

The two men met again in Java , when Snouck was Adviser on Muslim Affairs
and the Arabs , and Haji Hasan Mustapa was again Hoofdpenghulu , this time in
Bandung ( 1895-1918 ) . Haji Hasan Mustapa's service in Bandung coincided
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Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society

102 The friendship between Snouck and Hasan Mustafā began in Makkah .
When Snouck Hurgronje did his research in Makkah , he became well
acquainted with the Jawah , the people who came from the South - East Asian
Archipelago .

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Blue Book

Ali Hasan Mustafa 52.185 198. Heirs of Muhd . Jaber HamdanZahweh .. 6.156
Muhd . 6.156 Samih 6.156 199. Ahmad Husein 2.092 200. ' Ali Mahmud 1.477
201. Ahmad Shahin 12.923 202. ' Isa Muhammad 12.308 203. Ibrahim Hasan ...

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Contains also Civil list, Meteorological observations, Communications, Statistics, etc.