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eBook Islam and Secularism in Turkey: Kemalism, Religion and the Nation State (International Library of Twentieth Century History) download ISBN: 1848852630
Author: Umut Azak
Publisher: I.B.Tauris (April 15, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 256
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Umut Azak graduated in Political Science and International Relations at Bogazici University, Istanbul and after . Series: International Library of Twentieth Century History (Book 27). Hardcover: 256 pages.

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Islam was no longer the official religion of the state, the Sultanate was abolished and all Turkish citizens were declared equal without reference to religion. But though, in Azak's phrase, "secularism was the central tenet of Kemalism," fear of a resurgent, even fanatical, Islam, continued to haunt the state

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International Library of Twentieth Century History. By (author) Umut Azak. Islam was no longer the official religion of the state, the Sultanate was abolished and all Turkish citizens were declared equal without reference to religion. But though, in Azak's phrase, 'secularism was the central tenet of Kemalism', fear of a resurgent, even fanatical, Islam, continued to haunt the state. Umut Azak graduated in Political Science and International Relations at Bogazici University, Istanbul, and completed her PhD in the Department of Turkish Studies at Leiden University.

Umut Azak graduated in Political Science and International Relations at Bogazici University, Istanbul, and completed her PhD in the Department of Turkish Studies at Leiden University

Umut Azak graduated in Political Science and International Relations at Bogazici University, Istanbul, and completed her PhD in the Department of Turkish Studies at Leiden University. Country of Publication.

Kemal Ataturk's Republic of Turkey was set up in 1923 as a secular state, sweeping political, social, cultural and religious reforms followed. Islam was no longer the official religion of the state, the Sultanate was abolished and all Turkish citizens were declared equal without reference to religion. But though, in Azak's phrase, ""secularism was the central tenet of Kemalism,"" fear of a resurgent, even fanatical, Islam, continued to haunt the state.

Azak's revisionist and original study sets out the struggle between religion and secularism but shows how Ataturk labored for an idealized ""Turkish Islam"" -- the ""social cement"" of the nation -- stripped of superstition and obscurantism and linked to modern science and positivist philosophy. ""Turkish Islam"" has retained its traditional forms in the modern state and Ataturk's Mausoleum dominates the capital and continues to inspire a popular, quasi-religious devotion.