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The front matter section of this book Between Social Skills and Marketable Skills contains table of contents, list of illustrations, a note on transliteration, abbreviations, glossary, maps and foreword. The book highlights the dynamics of Muslim traditions of reform in pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial Zanzibar, focussing on the contribution of Sufi scholars as well as Muslim reformers to Islamic education.

Keywords: Muslim reformers; Muslim traditions; Sufi scholars

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