Diversity in Islam: The Practices and Traditions of the Alevis of Anatolia


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Islam is practiced around the world, with great variety amongst traditions within the faith. The Alevis are a Muslim minority in what is now Turkey and its surrounding nations. The Alevis and their ancestors have practiced since the 13th century, with a focus on student-teacher relationships and a social structure in which hereditary guides assist the development of the community in practical and spiritual ways. In this course, you will learn about the Alevis in their historical context, some of their traditions and practices, their ceremonial architecture, and their current place in the complicated sphere of Turkish politics.

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