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readership than the Yearbook could hope to do, and the Journal at the same allows the Yearbook to appear from vol. 4 at a slightly reduced price. Equally, if not more importantly, the greater space provided by this new journal will allow us to explore the subject more widely and more deeply. The

Agata S. Nalborczyk

for us all published in 1997 by the Runnymede Trust Commission on British Muslims. Not surprisingly, subsequent papers and books on the subject abound. One of them, certainly noteworthy, is a book Thinking Through Islamophobia. Global Perspectives edited by S. Sayyid, reader at the Faculty of

Laura Mijares

imposition of the veil in some places and its proscription in other. Veiling is subjected to legislation, both in the West and in Muslim majority countries. While in the West this legislation has only impeded women and young schoolgirls who wear the hijab , in the majority of Muslim countries the hijab

Lauren Drover

motivations for doing so. Chapter Five highlights the converts who came from a Jewish background. In Chapter Six, the author recounts her study in the Ahmadiyya Lahore’s library and describes the topics curated there in order to show the subjects that were under discussion at the time. Chapter Seven then

Agata S. Nalborczyk

Alfurkan tatarski prawdziwy na czterdzieści części rozdzielony . Source edition by Artur Konopacki. MKJdruk: Białystok 2013, 210 p. isbn 978-83-937860-0-8 In the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, Islam was never the number-one subject of religious disputes. If it ever featured in them, it was

Egdūnas Račius

research on the subject so far remains narrowly focused, with the usual topics hovering around, often superficial, insight into institutionalisation and governance of Islam, radicalisation of European Muslim youth and its countering in a given country or a group of countries. Ultimately, the political

Abdul Ghaffar Mughal and Larbi Sadiki

I Introduction Islamic theory and practice vis-à-vis non-Muslims residing and/or working in Muslim lands is a subject of growing academic and policy interest in many Muslim countries. This is most particularly true of countries that explicitly or implicitly aspire to bring their laws in

Gary Wood and Tugrul Keskin

the modern global subject and that sets in motion a self-defining sacrilization of cultural meaning. One of the most important changes to impact Islam and Muslim societies is the migration of large populations to urban areas, seeking economic opportunities made possible by these neoliberal shifts

Jenny Berglund

of choice that is more in line with a Foucauldian approach to subjectivity where the “modern self” is made up within new forms of power and discipline based on the construction of self-regulating subjects. The idea of a self-creating and freely choosing individual is thus involved in the making of

Konrad Pędziwiatr

the British press outnumber references to ‘moderate’ Muslims by seventeen to one. They have also analysed the sources and imagery behind the information on Islam and Muslims. What could be expected, in an era the when Muslim community is a subject of ongoing political debate and in the context of