Muslim Minorities

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Jørgen S. Nielsen
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Aminah Beverly McCloud
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Brill's Muslim Minorities series is designed to represent scholarly research into the situation of Islam and Muslims in world regions characterised by long-term European settlement: Europe from the Atlantic through the Russian Federation, the Americas, southern Africa and Australasia. Research on other regions where Islam is a minority religion also form part of the series. This refereed series consists of monographs and collaborative volumes, covering all disciplines.
Making Islam Work
Islamic Authority among Muslims in Western Europe
Volume 44
978-90-04-68492-8
Lives in Solidarity
BDS Activism among Europe's Muslims
Volume 43
978-90-04-68309-9
Islam, Muslims, and COVID-19
The Intersection of Ethics, Health and Social Life in the Diaspora
Volume 42
978-90-04-67977-1
Managing Spoiled Identity
The Case of Polish Female Converts to Islam
Volume 41
978-90-04-52954-0
The Making of a Mosque with Female Imams
Serendipities in the Production of Danish Islams
Volume 40
978-90-04-52302-9
Rethinking Halal
Genealogy, Current Trends, and New Interpretations
Volume 37
978-90-04-45923-6
Islam in Post-communist Eastern Europe
Between Churchification and Securitization
Volume 35
978-90-04-43052-5
On the Margins
Jews and Muslims in Interwar Berlin
Volume 34
978-90-04-42181-3
State, Religion and Muslims
Between Discrimination and Protection at the Legislative, Executive and Judicial Levels
Volume 33
978-90-04-42151-6
Muslims at the Margins of Europe
Finland, Greece, Ireland and Portugal
Volume 32
978-90-04-40456-4
Minority Religions under Irish Law
Islam in National and International Context
Volume 31
Editor(s): Kathryn O'Sullivan
978-90-04-39825-2
Both Muslim and European
Diasporic and Migrant Identities of Bosniaks
Volume 30
Editor(s): Dževada Šuško
978-90-04-39401-8
Dār al-Islām Revisited
Territoriality in Contemporary Islamic Legal Discourse on Muslims in the West
Volume 29
978-90-04-36457-8
Observing Islam in Spain
Contemporary Politics and Social Dynamics
Volume 28
978-90-04-36499-8
Exploring the Multitude of Muslims in Europe
Essays in Honour of Jørgen S. Nielsen
Volume 27
978-90-04-36252-9
Governing Muslims and Islam in Contemporary Germany
Race, Time, and the German Islam Conference
Volume 26
978-90-04-36203-1
A History of Conversion to Islam in the United States, Volume 2
The African American Islamic Renaissance, 1920-1975
Volume 25
978-90-04-35437-1
Shariʿa Councils and Muslim Women in Britain
Rethinking the Role of Power and Authority
Volume 22
978-90-04-33136-5
The Ahmadiyya Quest for Religious Progress
Missionizing Europe 1900-1965
Volume 19
978-90-04-30538-0
A History of Conversion to Islam in the United States, Volume 1
White American Muslims before 1975
Volume 18
978-90-04-30069-9
Muslims in Interwar Europe
A Transcultural Historical Perspective
Volume 17
978-90-04-30197-9
Muslims in British Local Government
Representing Minority Interests in Hackney, Newham, and Tower Hamlets
Volume 16
978-90-04-27226-2
The Religious Identity of Young Muslim Women in Berlin
An Ethnographic Study
Volume 14
978-90-04-25131-1
The Minority Concept in the Turkish Context
Practices and Perceptions in Turkey, Greece and France
Volume 13
978-90-04-24972-1
Organizing Muslims and Integrating Islam in Germany
New Developments in the 21st Century
Volume 12
978-90-04-23447-5
The Muslim Brothers in Europe
Roots and Discourse
Volume 8
978-90-47-44188-5
Islam and Muslims in Germany
Volume 7
978-90-47-43000-1
Religious Freedom, Multiculturalism, Islam
Cross-reading Finland and Ireland
Volume 6
978-90-47-41066-9
Diaspora Youth and Ancestral Homeland
British Pakistani /Kashmiri Youth Visiting Kin in Pakistan and Kashmir
Volume 5
978-90-47-41079-9
New Muslims in the European Context
The Experience of Scandinavian Converts
Volume 4
978-90-47-40294-7
Educational Strategies among Muslims in the Context of Globalization
Some National Case Studies
Volume 3
Editor(s): Holger Daun and Geoffrey Walford
978-90-47-40292-3
Muslims in the Enlarged Europe
Religion and Society
Volume 2
978-90-47-40246-6
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