- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- Introduction Afghanistan’s Islam
- Part One. From Conversions to Institutions (Ca. 700–1500)
- 1 The Beginnings of Islam in Afghanistan
- 2 Women and Religious Patronage in the Timurid Empire
- 3 The Rise of the Khwajagan-Naqshbandiyya Sufi Order in Timurid Herat
- Part Two. The Infrastructure of Religious Ideas (Ca. 1500–1850)
- 4 Earning a Living
- 5 Transporting Knowledge in the Durrani Empire
- Part Three. New States, New Discourses (Ca. 1850–1980)
- 6 Islam, Shari‘a, and State Building under ‘Abd al-Rahman Khan
- 7 Competing Views of Pashtun Tribalism, Islam, and Society in the Indo-Afghan Borderlands
- 8 Nationalism, Not Islam
- Part Four. Holy Warriors and (Im)Pious Women (1979–2014)
- 9 Glossy Global Leadership
- 10 Female Sainthood between Politics and Legend
- 11 When Muslims Become Feminists
- Glossary of Islamic Terms
- List of Contributors
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