1. Editors’ Note
  2. Timothy Mitchell, Anupama Rao
  3. pp. 385-386
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  1. Speculation: Futures and Capitalism in India
  2. Laura Bear, Ritu Birla, Stine Simonsen Puri
  3. pp. 387-391
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  1. Speculation Illicit and Complicit: Contract, Uncertainty, and Governmentality
  2. Ritu Birla
  3. pp. 392-407
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  1. Capitalist Divination: Popularist Speculators and Technologies of Imagination on the Hooghly River
  2. Laura Bear
  3. pp. 408-423
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  1. The Economy of Anticipation: Hope, Infrastructure, and Economic Zones in South India
  2. Jamie Cross
  3. pp. 424-437
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  1. Beyond Dispossession: The Politics of Commodification of Land under Speculative Conditions
  2. Swagato Sarkar
  3. pp. 438-450
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  1. Fuzzy Numbers: The Productive Nature of Ambiguity in the Hindi Film Industry
  2. Tejaswini Ganti
  3. pp. 451-465
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  1. Betting on Performed Futures: Predictive Procedures at Delhi Racecourse
  2. Stine Simonsen Puri
  3. pp. 466-480
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  1. Afterword: The Dreamwork of Capitalism
  2. Arjun Appadurai
  3. pp. 481-485
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  1. On Artists and Artisans: The Experimental Worlds of Shahzia Sikander
  2. Casey Primel, Anupama Rao, Susanna Ferguson
  3. pp. 486-491
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  1. Drawing in the Digital Field: Shahzia Sikander’s The Last Post (2010)
  2. Claire Brandon
  3. pp. 492-504
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  1. Scandals of Seduction and the Seductions of Scandal
  2. Dina M. Siddiqi
  3. pp. 508-524
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  1. Arab Revolutions: Legible, Illegible Bodies
  2. Zakia Salime
  3. pp. 525-538
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  1. Reading Malala: (De)(Re)Territorialization of Muslim Collectivities
  2. Shenila Khoja-Moolji
  3. pp. 539-556
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  1. Listening to Rights Talk in Damascus: Women’s Rights, Human Rights, and the State in Syria, 2009–11
  2. Susanna Ferguson
  3. pp. 557-574
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  1. The First Lady Phenomenon: Elites, States, and the Contradictory Politics of Women’s Empowerment in the Neoliberal Arab World
  2. Mayssoun Sukarieh
  3. pp. 575-587
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  1. Islamist Women and the Arab Spring: Discourse, Projects, and Conceptions
  2. Merieme Yafout
  3. pp. 588-604
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  1. Civil and the Limits of Politics in Revolutionary Egypt
  2. Frances S. Hasso
  3. pp. 605-621
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  1. Al-Nakbah in Arab Thought: The Transformation of a Concept
  2. Anaheed Al-Hardan
  3. pp. 622-638
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  1. Islam in Black and White
  2. Robert Launay
  3. pp. 641-647
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  1. Salafi Theology and Islamic Orthodoxy in West Africa
  2. Zachary Wright
  3. pp. 647-656
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  1. Dehistoricizing Islam In Africa
  2. Wendell Hassan Marsh
  3. pp. 656-666
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  1. Of Reciting and Reading
  2. Souleymane Bachir Diagne
  3. pp. 666-671
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  1. Rereading the Past, Reshaping the Present
  2. Ousseina Dioula Alidou
  3. pp. 671-678
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  1. Traditions of Innovation
  2. Rudolph T. Ware III
  3. pp. 678-681
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  1. Introduction: The Politics of Feminist Politics
  2. Lila Abu-Lughod
  3. pp. 505-507
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  1. Introduction: Epistemology and Corporeality in West African Islam
  2. Mamadou Diouf
  3. pp. 639-641
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 682-684
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