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Islam and Muslims in the West


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Table of Contents

1. Chapter 1/Introduction
2. Chapter 2: Islam and Muslims in the West: History and Current Demographics
3. Chapter 3: Contemporary Islamic Orientations and Transnational Muslim Organisations
4. Chapter 4: Immigration and Identity
5. Chapter 5: Multiculturalism
6. Chapter 6: Institutionalisation of Islam
7. Chapter 7: Female Religious Authority 8. Chapter 8: Converts
9. Chapter 9: Islamist Militants and Home-Grown Terrorism
10. Chapter 10: Islamophobia
11. Chapter 11: Minority Fiqh (Fiqh al Aqaliyyat)
12. Chapter 12: An Emerging Western Islam
13. Chapter 13/Conclusion

About the Author

Adis Duderija is Lecturer in the Study of Islam and Society in the School of Languages and Social Science, Griffith University, Australia. Halim Rane is Associate Professor of Islam-West Relations in the School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science, Griffith University, Australia.


"The book is an overview of important themes and contentions concerning Islam and Muslim communities in the West, both from an empirical perspective and as analyzed within the rapidly developing academic literature. ... The book is written for non-specialists, and its accessible, concise synthesis of scholarly debates makes it an excellent text for use in university courses on Islam in the West." (Jeff VanDenBerg, Reading Religion, readingreligion.org, April 15, 2019)

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