restricted access   Volume 29, Number 3, 2009

Table of Contents

Secular Muslims

Guest Editors: Berna Turam and Monica M. Ringer

Introduction: State and Society: Neither Lovers nor Haters

pp. 353-359

The Dynamic Nature of Educational Policies and Turkish Nation Building: Where Does Religion Fit In?

pp. 360-370

Islam, Nation-State, and the Military: A Discussion of Secularism in Turkey

pp. 371-380

A Transformed Kemalist Islam or a New Islamic Civic Morality?: A Study of "Religious Culture and Morality" Textbooks in the Turkish High School Curricula

pp. 381-397

Christian and Turkish: Secularist Fears of a Converted Nation

pp. 398-412

Does Secularism Face a Serious Threat in Turkey?

pp. 413-422

The Urban Dynamism of Islamic Hegemony: Absorbing Squatter Creativity in Istanbul

pp. 423-437

The Synergy between Neoliberalism and Communitarianism: "Erdoğan's Third Way"

pp. 438-449

Women's Choices of Head Cover in Turkey: An Empirical Assessment

pp. 450-467

Variorum

The Secularization of a Faqih-Headed Revolutionary Islamic State of Iran: Its Mechanisms, Processes, and Prospects

pp. 468-482

Shiite Peasants and a New Nation in Colonial Lebanon: The Intifada of Bint Jubayl, 1936

pp. 483-501

Who Could Marry at a Time like This?: Debating the Mehndi ki Majlis in Hyderabad

pp. 502-514

Reading the Texture of History and Memory in Early-Nineteenth-Century Punjab

pp. 515-527

A Literary and Historical Background of Martyrdom in Iran

pp. 528-543

Issues of Power and Modernity in Understanding Political and Militant Islam

pp. 544-555

The Second Empire: The Transformation of the Ottoman Polity in the Early Modern Era

pp. 556-572

Communalism, Globalization, and Governmentality: Some Reflections on South Asia

pp. 573-581

Book Reviews

India Traders of the Middle Ages: Documents from the Cairo Geniza ("India Book") (review)

pp. 582-583

Britain's Declining Empire: The Road to Decolonisation, 1918-1968 (review)

pp. 583-584

The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine (review)

pp. 585-586

Rethinking Global Sisterhood: Western Feminism and Iran (review)

pp. 586-587

Contributors

Contributors

pp. 588-589