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Olivier Carré. Translated from the French by Carol Artigues and revised by W. Shepard
This first critical study and selected translation from Arabic of an influential book provides precise information about current radical Islamic thought (in line with extreme unorthodox minor traditions) and also about current official Islamic orthodoxy, both compared to the spiritual, social ...
Edited by Kai Hafez. With a foreword by Mohammed Arkoun and Udo Steinbach. Translated from the German by Mary Ann Kenny
The anthology is an introduction to political cultures in the Islamic world and into relations between the West and Islam. It details its analysis in country studies on Algeria, Iran, Egypt, Morocco, Turkey, Bosnia, Israel/Palestine, Iraq, Central Asia and Pakistan.
Edited by Augustus Richard Norton
Leading scholars assembled by the Civil Society in the Middle East program provide lucid, informed essays on the prospects for political reform in the Middle East.
Performing Islam focuses on a wide spectrum of ritual activities in Iran today as a key for elucidating social, cultural and political processes, but in particular the values and beliefs underpinning gender constructions in a rapidly changing complex society.
Edited by Holger Daun and Geoffrey Walford
This book presents an overview of Islamic educational institutions and the types of schools available for Islamic or mixed education in selected countries in Africa, Southeast Asia, Middle East and Europe.
Edited by Brigitte Maréchal, Stefano Allievi, Felice Dassetto and Jørgen Nielsen
This volume describes a clear and overall overview on contemporary European Islam, dealing with both Western and Eastern sides. Based on wide bibliographic research as well as original national contributions from recognised scholars, it is concerned with the process of construction of Islam as ...
Edited by Stefano Allievi and Jørgen S. Nielsen
This collection of twelve papers provides case studies and thematic reflections on the growing transnational networking of European Muslims and their involvement with contemporary global Islam. The volume pays particular attention to the mechanisms and significance of this phenomenon.
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