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The Hadhrami diaspora in Southeast Asia

The Hadhrami diaspora in Southeast Asia

identity maintenance or assimilation?

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Arabs -- Southeast Asia -- Congresses,
  • Ḥaḍramawt (Yemen : Province) -- Emigration and immigration -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Ahmed Ibrahim Abushouk, Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim.
    GenreCongresses.
    SeriesSocial, economic, and political studies of the Middle East and Asia -- v. 107
    ContributionsAbushouk, Ahmed Ibrahim., Ibrahim, Hassan Ahmed.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS523.4.A73 H33 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22983361M
    ISBN 109789004172319
    LC Control Number2009001096

    Clarence-Smith, William () 'Entrepreneurial strategies of Hadhrami Arabs in Southeast Asia, c. ss.' In: Abushouk, Ahmed I. and Ibrahim, Hassan A., (eds.), The Hadhrami diaspora in Southeast Asia: identity maintenance or assimilation? Leiden: Brill, pp. (Social, economic, and political studies of the Middle East and Asia, v. Book review. Indian Ocean Migrants and State Formation in Hadhramaut: Reforming the Homeland. she traces the various ways in which members of the Hadhrami diaspora interacted with the Hadhrami homeland through their remittances, political initiatives and the introduction of new ideas and institutions. especially in South East Asia, and.

    Hadhrami people; Islam in Malaysia; Further reading. Ahmed Ibrahim Abushouk; Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim (). The Hadhrami Diaspora in Southeast Asia: Identity Maintenance Or Assimilation?. BRILL. pp. 45–. ISBN Eric Tagliacozzo (1 January ). Southeast Asia and the Middle East: Islam, Movement, and the Longue Durée. NUS Press. by ULRIKE FREITAG This article was published in the British Yemeni Society's journal, Dr Freitag lectures on the modern history of the Middle East at S.O.A.S. She edited (with W C. Clarence-Smith) ‘Hadhrami Traders, Scholars and Statesmen in the Indian Ocean’ (Brill, Leiden, ) which was reviewed in the last issue of the Journal.

      This draft chapter is from a book on capital and kin in the Hadhrami Arab diaspora (roughly ). It focuses on a 'great house' in Singapore and the woman who is represented as an extra-ordinary figure of originary powers. Sharifa Alwiya (), from a major trading family, the AlJunied, is always known by her Malay honorific, Mak Tok. Diaspora. The Hadharem have a long seafaring and trading tradition. Hadhrami seamen have navigated in large numbers all around the Indian Ocean basin, from the Horn of Africa to the Swahili Coast to the Malabar Coast and Hyderabad in South India, Sri Lanka to Maritime Southeast Asia. They were involved in many places as organizers of the Haj.


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The Hadhrami Diaspora in Southeast Asia (Social, Economic and Political Studies of the Middle East and Asia)Author: Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim, Ahmed Ibrahim Abushouk.

The introduction and the twelve chapters address the question of Hadhrami identity in Southeast Asia from various perspectives and investigate the patterns of Hadhrami interaction with diverse cultures, values and beliefs in the region.

The introduction and the twelve chapters address the question of Hadhrami identity in Southeast Asia from various perspectives and investigate the patterns of Hadhrami interaction with diverse.

Entrepreneurial Strategies Of Hadhrami Arabs In Southeast Asia, C. s–s Chapter Eight. Al-Manār And The Hadhrami Elite In The Malay-Indonesian World: Challenge And Response. research on Hadhramis in Southeast Asia has focused on the colonial era, she brings a timely analysis of Hadhrami presence Œ and identity Œ in pre-colonial times.

The discussion is on empirical evidence, but more importantly on the specific historical circumstances both in Hadhramaut and the Diaspora and how it produced specific.

This volume addresses the question of the Hadhrami Identity in Southeast Asia from various perspectives, and investigates the patterns of the Hahdrami interaction with diverse cultures, values and beliefs in the region.

Special attention is also paid to the Hadhrami local and transnational politics, social stratification and in Southeast Asia. Living in Southeast Asia, members of the ‘Alawi family are part of the well-researched Hadhrami diaspora, where genealogical texts and activities evolved side by side.

Hadhrami diaspora See also: Hadhrami people Since the early 19th century, large-scale Hadhramaut migration has established sizable Hadhrami minorities all around the Indian Ocean, [17] in South Asia, Southeast Asia and East Africa including Hyderabad, Aurangabad, [18] [19] Bhatkal, Gangolli, Malabar, Sylhet, Malay Archipelago, Sri Lanka.

The Hadhrami (Arabic: حضرمي ‎, sing.) or Hadharem (plural: الحضارم) are people inhabiting the Hadhramaut region in Yemen and their descendants in diaspora communities around the world. They speak Hadhrami Arabic an Arabic dialect with a heavy Hadramite Substrate, which belongs to the South Semitic languages.

Among the two million inhabitants of Hadhramaut, there are 1, Bouchaib Silm analyses the substantial Hadhrami involvement in the print media in Southeast Asia in the early twentieth century, and the influence of diaspora publications on public opinion in the homeland.

In the nineteenth century Singapore became a staging post for pilgrims wishing to make the hajj. Their transportation was undertaken by Hadhrami-owned shipping companies such as those established by the al-Saqqaf.

This book takes up a topic which has occupied a number of scholars over the past decade and a half, namely the migration of Hadhrami Arabs from the South of the Arabian Peninsula to many of the regions adjacent to the Indian Ocean, from the Red Sea all the way to Southeast Asia.

He has published various articles and chapters on the Hadhrami diaspora in Southeast Asia and East Africa, and has studied a number of other diasporas.

He is currently writing two books – one on Middle Eastern migrants to the colonial Philippines, and the other on Sayyid Wajih, Shaykh al- Islam of the Philippines, –   Yet another Hadhrami tradition common in South India and Southeast Asia is the importance being given to esoteric rituals of reciting Mawlid s and Ratibs in groups.

The famous Ratib al-Haddad, composed by the Hadhrami Alawi poet and Sufi sheikh Abdullah b. Alawi al-Haddad (), is very much common and popular among Kerala Muslims. It is of particular interest because the migration of Sayydid Jalaluddin occurred well before the major Hadhrami diaspora to Southeast Asia in the midth century.

Of particular interest is the way Sayyid Jalaluddin and his descendants became integrated within the Makassar community. It is of particular interest because the migration of Sayydid Jalaluddin occurred well before the major Hadhrami diaspora to Southeast Asia in the midth century.

Of particular interest is the way Sayyid Jalaluddin and his descendants became integrated within the Makassar community.

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'Becoming Arab presents rich, engaging and original material on Arabs in the Malay world and makes a powerful case for deeper exploration of creole and transnational histories; it makes an important contribution to Southeast Asian history and colonial history, to the study of contemporary identity, ethnicity, and race, to understandings of the Cited by: 3.

In the Name of Fatimah: Staging the Emancipation of the Hadhramis in the Netherlands East Indies Abushouk, A.I.; Ibrahim, H.A. (ed.), The Hadhrami Diaspora in Southeast Asia: Identity Maintenance or Assimilation?, pp.

Publisher: Leiden: Brill: ISBN: Publication type: Part of book or chapter of book: Please use this Author: Huub De Jonge. Sumit K. Mandal uncovers the hybridity and transregional connections underlying modern Asian identities.

By considering Arabs in the Malay world under European rule, Becoming Arab explores how a long history of inter-Asian interaction was altered by nineteenth-century racial categorisation and : Hardcover. The Hadhrami Diaspora in Southeast Asia, by Ahmed Ibrahim Abushouk and Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim The Graves of Tarim, by Engseng Ho References [1] Abdul Rahman Tang Abdullah, “Arab Hadhramis in Malaya,” in The Hadhrami Diaspora in Southeast Asia: Identity Maintenance or Assimilation, eds.

Ahmed Ibrahim Abushouk & Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim (Leiden.This article analyses the status of the Indian diaspora in Southeast Asia and evaluates if it can become a force to reckon with in the Indian foreign policy calculations. History Historically, Southeast Asia has been hugely influenced by both India and China in the realms of art, culture, architecture, court etiquettes, religion and many other.

There are millions of people in Indonesia, Malaysia, East Africa (Swahili Coast especially), Horn of Africa and South East Asia in general of Yemeni/Hadhrami origin that have influenced the societies there greatly in terms of culture, religion (Islam), statesmen, cuisine etc.