Rise of Colleges: Institutions of Learning in Islam and the West

Rise of Colleges: Institutions of Learning in Islam and the West George Makdisi
  • Title: Rise of Colleges: Institutions of Learning in Islam and the West
  • Author: George Makdisi
  • ISBN: 9780852243756
  • Page: 327
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Rise of Colleges: Institutions of Learning in Islam and the West George Makdisi Rise of Colleges Institutions of Learning in Islam and the West Makdisi s important work traces the development and organisational structure of learning institutions in Islam and reassesses scholarship on the origins and growth of the Madrasa
    Makdisi s important work traces the development and organisational structure of learning institutions in Islam, and reassesses scholarship on the origins and growth of the Madrasa.
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    1. George Makdisi Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Rise of Colleges: Institutions of Learning in Islam and the West book, this is one of the most wanted George Makdisi author readers around the world.


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    2. Really in depth book on the madrasa system during medieval Islam The detail is pretty intense and can be boring at times, but it also marks the efforts and intellect of the author who attempts to recreate the vast network and system of education that existed in the Muslim world Although some of his theories have been criticized and are currently defunct, his book remains one of the foundational resources for anyone studying Islamic education.

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    3. Definitif, autoritatif, dan kritis buku ini akan diingati sebagai sebuah adikarya dan rujukan ulung bagi bidangnya.

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    4. By reading this book, we ll know how Islamic Jurisprudence was contructed by the Muslim scholars in the classical age.

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    5. an extraordinary exposition of the medieval learning and the connections between two civilizations Makdisi belongs to the old school of scholarship He uses expansive material to make just one single point.

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    6. i want this review

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    7. Full of anecdotes and insights, but definitely could have been concise Too many details, unfortunately, made it difficult to make out where the argument was heading But hey, maybe i shouldnt complain there is no better book on the history of Islamic pedagogy.

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    8. Originally recommended by Dr Umar Faruq Abd Allah, the book is an awesome book which traces the development of Islamic teaching and learning from the mosques to complex madrasas, and the influence of that on universities Makdisi uses a vast amount of knowledge and references to describe accurately the situation in medieval Islam, citing the appointment and resignation of professors, how universities were funded, how the teaching went, and how the students carried themselves through university li [...]

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