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Identity and Commentary in the Sufi Tradition

Identity and Commentary in the Sufi Tradition

MRB June 20, 2017 0

The Life of Ibn al-Mubārak One of the more difficult tasks facing historians of early . . .

On Islam, Liberalism, and <i>Islam in Liberalism</i> – by Kathleen Foody

On Islam, Liberalism, and Islam in Liberalism – by Kathleen Foody

Kathleen Foody December 26, 2016 0

Kathleen Foody on Joseph Massad’s Islam in Liberalism In 1981, Edward Said asked whether “Islam . . .

Jews and Muslims in France: Rethinking a History of Conflict, Colonialism, and Coexistence – by Rachel Eva Schley

Jews and Muslims in France: Rethinking a History of Conflict, Colonialism, and Coexistence – by Rachel Eva Schley

Rachel Schley September 10, 2016 0

Rachel Schley on Ethan B. Katz’s The Burdens of Brotherhood For well over a decade . . .

An Androcentric Discipline? The Gender Troubles of Qur’anic Exegesis – by Ali Altaf Mian

An Androcentric Discipline? The Gender Troubles of Qur’anic Exegesis – by Ali Altaf Mian

Ali Altaf Mian September 10, 2016 0

Ali Altaf Mian on Karen Bauer’s Gender Hierarchy in the Qur’an Gender is a widely . . .

A Christian-Muslim Mosaic of Accommodation and Partition – By David Bertaina

A Christian-Muslim Mosaic of Accommodation and Partition – By David Bertaina

David Bertaina August 16, 2016 0

David Bertaina on on Michael Penn’s Envisioning Islam At the beginning of his reign (705-715), . . .

Uyghur Histories – By James A. Millward

Uyghur Histories – By James A. Millward

James A. Millward April 23, 2016 0

James Millward on Rian Thum’s The Sacred Routes of Uyghur History Though Western media and . . .

The Enemies of our Enemies: Islam in Nazi Germany – By Mehnaz M. Afridi

The Enemies of our Enemies: Islam in Nazi Germany – By Mehnaz M. Afridi

Mehnaz M. Afridi December 29, 2015 0

Mehnaz Afridi on Motadel’s Islam and Nazi Germany’s War The study of Muslims during World . . .

On Dreams and Disconnects: the Ambiguities of a Liberal Sage – By Suzanne Schneider

On Dreams and Disconnects: the Ambiguities of a Liberal Sage – By Suzanne Schneider

Suzanne Schneider October 13, 2015 0

Suzanne Schneider on Michael Walzer’s The Paradox of Liberation In 1935, the British-run Government of . . .

On the Origin of Caliphates – By Hamza M. Zafer

On the Origin of Caliphates – By Hamza M. Zafer

Hamza M. Zafer September 15, 2015 0

Hamza M. Zafer on Steven Judd’s Religious Scholars and the Umayyads In the late spring . . .

The Sound of Meaning – By Vanessa De Gifis

The Sound of Meaning – By Vanessa De Gifis

Vanessa De Gifis September 1, 2015 0

Vanessa De Gifis on Karen Bauer’s edited volume, Aims, Methods, and Contexts of Qur’anic Exegesis . . .