1. The “Three Circles” Construction: Reading Black Atlantic Islam through Malcolm X’s Words and Friendships
  2. Maytha Alhassen
  3. pp. 1-17
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  1. The Din of Malcolm: Projections of Islam in France and the United Kingdom, 1964–1965
  2. Saladin Ambar
  3. pp. 18-30
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  1. El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz or Malcolm X: The Construction of El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz’s Religious Identity in Composition Readers
  2. Cedric Dewayne Burrows
  3. pp. 31-43
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  1. Gaining One’s Definition: The (De)Christianization of Malcolm X’s Life and Legacy
  2. Juan M. Floyd-Thomas
  3. pp. 44-61
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  1. Religious Heretic, Political Prophet: Malcolm X, Democracy, and Abolition Ethics
  2. Terrence L. Johnson
  3. pp. 62-82
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  1. Between the Secular and the Sectarian: Malcolm X’s Afro-Arab Political Imaginary
  2. Alex Lubin
  3. pp. 83-95
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  1. X Marks the Spot: Mapping Malcolm X’s Encounters with Sudan
  2. Emily Jane O’Dell
  3. pp. 96-115
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  1. Shaheed-e Harlem: The Meaning of Malcolm X in the work of Fun^Da^Mental
  2. Hussein Rashid
  3. pp. 116-129
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  1. Editors’ Note
  2. Edward E. Curtis IV, Sylvester A. Johnson
  3. pp. v-vi
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