1. Religious Revivalism and Secularism in the Middle East: The Role of the United States, Europe, and Israel
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  1. Continuity and Disparity: South-South Linkages in the Muslim World
  2. Bettina Dennerlein, Dietrich Reetz
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  1. Pathans to the East! The Development of the Tablighi Jama'at Movement in Northern Malaysia and Southern Thailand
  2. A. Noor, Farish (Ahmad-Noor), 1967-
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  1. The Tablighi Jama'at, Transnational Islam, and the Transformation of the Self between Southern Thailand and South Asia
  2. Alexander Horstmann
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  1. Regionalism, Islamism, and Amazigh Identity: Translocality in the Sûs Region of Morocco according to Muhammed Mukhtar Soussi
  2. Jillali El-Adnani
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  1. South-South Linkages and Social Change: Moroccan Perspectives on Army Reform in the Muslim Mediterranean in the Nineteenth Century
  2. Bettina Dennerlein
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  1. Nineteenth-Century Egypt as Dynastic Locus of Universality: The History of Muhammad 'Ali by Khalil ibn Ahmad al-Rajabi
  2. Dyala Hamzah
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  1. The Salafi Movement in Indonesia: Transnational Dynamics and Local Development
  2. Noorhaidi Hasan
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  1. Stoking the Flames: Intra-Muslim Rivalries in India and the Saudi Connection
  2. Yōgīndar Sikkand
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  1. Pilgrimage, Commodities, and Religious Objectification: The Making of Transnational Shiism between Iran and Syria
  2. Paulo G. Pinto
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  1. Southern Hemisphere Diasporic Communities in the Building of an International Muslim Public Opinion at the Turn of the Twentieth Century
  2. Eric Germain
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  1. The Deoband Universe: What Makes a Transcultural and Transnational Educational Movement of Islam?
  2. Dietrich Reetz
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  1. A Women's Non-Movement: What It Means to Be a Woman Activist in an Islamic State
  2. Asef Bayat
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  1. I Will Turn off the Lights : The Allure of Marginality in Postrevolutionary Iran
  2. Elham Gheytanchi
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  1. Defining Modern Buddhism: Mr. and Mrs. Rhys Davids and the Pāli Text Society
  2. Judith Snodgrass
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  1. Gentile Religion in South India, China, and Tibet: Studies by Three Jesuit Missionaries
  2. David N. Lorenzen
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  1. Marketing Buddhism in the United States of America: Elite Buddhism and the Formation of Religious Pluralism
  2. Charles Brewer Jones
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