Modernising Islam : Religion in the Public Sphere in Europe and the Middle Eastby Esposito, John L.
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Table of Contents
|Introduction: Modernizing Islam and Re-Islamization in Global Perspective||p. 1|
|Issues and Trends in Global Re-Islamization|
|Veils and Obscuring Lenses||p. 17|
|The Modernizing Force of Islamism||p. 43|
|Islam and Civil Society||p. 69|
|Re-Islamization in the Public Sphere|
|Islam and the Common Mortal||p. 103|
|A Return to the Shariah? Egyptian Judges and Referring to Islam||p. 125|
|Women's Islamic Activism: Between Self-Practices and Social Reform Efforts||p. 145|
|Islamization and Education in Egypt: Between Politics, Culture, and the Market||p. 167|
|Re-Islamization in Europe|
|The Growing Islamization of Europe||p. 193|
|The Holy Grail of Muslims in Western Europe: Representation and their Relationship with the State||p. 215|
|Muslim Minorities in Europe: The Silent Revolution||p. 251|
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