1. Preface
  2. p. vii
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  1. Women in English Qur'ān Translations: Critical Intertextual, Intratextual, and Contextual Analyses
  2. El-Hussein A. Y. Aly
  3. pp. 1-19
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  1. I Speak, Therefore I am Adam: The Question of Language and Becoming Human in the Qur'ān
  2. Kamal Soleimani
  3. pp. 20-36
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  1. From Egypt to Mount Qāf: The Symbolism of the Hoopoe in Muslim Literature and Folklore
  2. Timothy Schum
  3. pp. 37-57
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  1. Measuring Muslim Religious Identity Formation: Instrument Assessment with A Sample of Muslim-American Students
  2. Majdouline Aziz, Randy Lowell, Kelsey Granger, Katy Self
  3. pp. 58-85
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  1. Jinnealogy: Time, Islam, and Ecological Thought in the Medieval Ruins of Delhi by Anand Vivek Taneja (review)
  2. David J. Strohl
  3. pp. 86-89
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  1. Qur'anic Studies Today ed. by Angelika Neuwirth, and Michael A. Sells (review)
  2. Faried F. Saenong
  3. pp. 89-94
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  1. Eshtibak [Clash]
  2. Joel Gordon
  3. pp. 95-99
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  2. Mervat Youssef
  3. pp. 99-104
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  1. Furūshandih [The Salesman]
  2. Babak Tabarraee
  3. pp. 104-111
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  1. Neo-Orientalism and the Study of Islamic Philosophy: An Interview with Professor Mohammed Rustom
  2. Mohammed Rustom
  3. pp. 112-119
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  1. What is Islam?Conventional Views and Contemporary Perspectives
  2. Ahmet Selim Tekelioglu
  3. pp. 120-124
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