Islam, Culture and History in the Malay World
Editor: Hafiz Zakariya
Publisher: UMT Press
Islam, Culture and History in the Malay World trace the influence of Islam on the Malay world and contributes to our understanding of how Islam has transformed the culture, religion, politics, and education of the Malay society. The Malay world refers to the area dominated by Malay-speaking Muslims or the Muslim world within Southeast Asia. It is inhabited by some 230 million Malay speakers, who, in the majority are Muslims. Muslim population in the Malay world has outnumbered the “Middle East” and North Africa with the former constituting 25% and the latter 20% of the world’s Muslim population. Although the Malay world is the most populous Muslim region in the world, it has been neglected within Muslim studies. Further, Islam in the Malay world has been marginalized even within the field of Southeast Asian studies. This occurs partly because of the assumption of Islam being supposedly peripheral to Southeast Asia, and Southeast Asia peripheral to Islam.
This book dispels such misconception and the view that Muslims in the Malay world have not made an important contribution to the shaping of Islamic civilization. It brings together seven essays on various aspects of Islam, culture, and history of the Malay world. Topics range from archeology, culture, diplomacy, Islam, and the history of this important but neglected part of the Muslim world. It argues that Muslims in the Malay world are not simply passive consumers of ideas from West Asia. Rather, various scholars and activists since the 16th century, through writings, dialogues, and exchanges of ideas have contributed significantly to the shaping of Islamic civilization. Because this book uses the terms Southeast Asia and the Malay world, a concise definition of these terms is relevant. Southeast Asia has become a standard reference in literature and diplomacy since World War II.
The usage of the term arose from convenience. Southeast Asia consists of 11 countries that reach from eastern India to China and are generally divided into “mainland” and “island” zones. Its population is about 500 million. Technically, the Malay world could include the Malay-speaking area stretching from Sumatra in the west to the Spice Islands in the east, and from the Island of Java in the south to the plains of Kampuchea in the Indo-Chinese Peninsula in the north. This area is also known as Nusantara (the world of Islands). However, the term Malay world is used in this study in a limited sense, referring to the area dominated by Malay-speaking Muslims or the Muslim world within Southeast Asia. It is inhabited by some 230 million Malay speakers, who, in the majority, are Muslims.
This book brings together eight chapters on various aspects of Muslim history in the Malay world. Whereas the first chapter provides an overview of the state of the literature on Islam in the Malay world; five chapters deal with Islam, history, and culture of the Malay Peninsula; and one chapter examines the development of Islam in Minangkabau/West Sumatra. Together, they add valuable knowledge to the understanding of Islam in the Malay world. It is pertinent to mention that before the advent of colonialism in the Malay world, there was no clear separation between the Malays in the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra and other parts of the Archipelago. Indeed, for centuries, the Straits of Malacca did not form a dividing line or border between the Malay Peninsula and Sumatra but served as a corridor linking the two areas.
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