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Everyday Lived Islam in Europe

18 November 13

Everyday Lived Islam in Europe Edited by Nathal Dessing, Nadia Jeldtoft, Jørgen Nielsen and Linda Woodhead is the latest book to be published in the Ashgate Series
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Anyone buying the book through Ashgate will automatically receive a 10% discount.


• Contents:
• Introduction, Nathal M. Dessing, Nadia Jeldtoft, Jørgen S. Nielsen and Linda Woodhead
• Part 1 Studying Everyday Lived Islam in Theory and Practice
• Linda Woodhead: Tactical and strategic religion
• Nadia Jeldtoft: The hypervisibility of Islam
• Nathal M. Dessing: How to study everyday Islam
• Part 2 Case Studies
• Raana Bokhari: Bihishti Zewar: Islam, text, and the daily lives of Gujarati women in Leicester
• Daniel Nilsson DeHanas: Elastic orthodoxy: the tactics of young Muslim identity in the East End of London
• Nadia Jeldtoft: Spirituality and emotions: making a room of one’s own
• Sidsel Vive Jensen and Lene Kühle:  ‘School Islam’: lived religion in the context of a secular public institution
• Jonas Otterbeck: Experiencing Islam: narratives about faith by young adult Muslims in Malmö and Copenhagen
• F. Javier Rosón: Daily life and conflict in the Albayzín neighbourhood of Granada
• Marja Tiilikainen: Illness, healing and everyday Islam: transnational lives of Somali migrant women
• Jørgen S. Nielsen: Concluding reflections: everyday lived Islam and the future of Islamic studies


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