Pickthall, Muslims of South Asia, and the British Muslim Community of the Early 1900s. / Ansari, Khizar.

Marmaduke Pickthall: Islam and the Modern World. ed. / Geoffrey Nash. Brill, 2016. p. 23-46 (Muslim Minorities; Vol. 21).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

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Pickthall, Muslims of South Asia, and the British Muslim Community of the Early 1900s. / Ansari, Khizar.

Marmaduke Pickthall: Islam and the Modern World. ed. / Geoffrey Nash. Brill, 2016. p. 23-46 (Muslim Minorities; Vol. 21).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter (peer-reviewed)

Harvard

Ansari, K 2016, Pickthall, Muslims of South Asia, and the British Muslim Community of the Early 1900s. in G Nash (ed.), Marmaduke Pickthall: Islam and the Modern World. Muslim Minorities, vol. 21, Brill, pp. 23-46. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004327597_003

APA

Ansari, K. (2016). Pickthall, Muslims of South Asia, and the British Muslim Community of the Early 1900s. In G. Nash (Ed.), Marmaduke Pickthall: Islam and the Modern World (pp. 23-46). (Muslim Minorities; Vol. 21). Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004327597_003

Vancouver

Ansari K. Pickthall, Muslims of South Asia, and the British Muslim Community of the Early 1900s. In Nash G, editor, Marmaduke Pickthall: Islam and the Modern World. Brill. 2016. p. 23-46. (Muslim Minorities). https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004327597_003

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Ansari, Khizar. / Pickthall, Muslims of South Asia, and the British Muslim Community of the Early 1900s. Marmaduke Pickthall: Islam and the Modern World. editor / Geoffrey Nash. Brill, 2016. pp. 23-46 (Muslim Minorities).

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