Book Display – July 2018

The following list of books includes English-language titles published in July 2018 which span a range of disciplines in the broad field of Islamic Studies. Meant to showcase current research by both established and emerging scholars, the Maydan Book Displays will surely be of interest to graduate students and advanced undergraduates who are searching for compelling sources to enrich their studies, as well as university professors and course instructors looking to add fresh material to their syllabi. Check back monthly for updates.

Nationalism and the Haram al-Sharif/Temple Mount

Author: Erik FreasPublisher: Palgrave MacmillanYear: 2018Discipline: HistoryRegion: Middle East

Jihad of the Pen: Sufi Scholars of Africa in Translation

Author: Rudolph Ware, et al.Publisher: Oxford Univ. PressYear: 2018Discipline: HistoryRegion: Africa

Sounding Islam: Voice, Media, and Sonic Atmospheres in an Indian Ocean World

Author: Patrick EisenlohrPublisher: Univ. of California PressYear: 2018Discipline: AnthropologyRegion: South Asia

The Global Muslim Brotherhood in Britain: Non-Violent Extremism and the Battle of Ideas

Author: Damon L. PerryPublisher: RoutledgeYear: 2018Discipline: PoliticsRegion: Europe, Global

The Idea of European Islam: Religion, Ethics, Politics and Perpetual Modernity

Author: Mohammed HashasPublisher: RoutledgeYear: 2018Discipline: Politics, SociologyRegion: Europe

Religious Boundaries for Sex, Gender, and Corporeality

Editor: Cuffel, et al.Publisher: RoutledgeYear: 2018Discipline: Religious Studies, HistoryRegion: South Asia, Global

Violence in Islamic Thought from the Mongols to European Imperialism

Editor: Robert Gleave and Istvan Kristo-NagyPublisher: Edinburgh Univ. PressYear: 2018Discipline: History, Religious StudiesRegion: Central Asia, Middle East

The Mongol Empire

Author: Timothy MayPublisher: Edinburgh Univ. PressYear: 2018Discipline: HistoryRegion: Central Asia

Middle Eastern and North African Societies in the Interwar Period

Editor: Kate Fleet and Ebru BoyarPublisher: BrillYear: 2018Discipline: History, SociologyRegion: Middle East, North Africa