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Kemalism in the periphery: anti-veiling campaigns and state-society relations in 1930s Turkey
This dissertations studies state-society relations in 1930s Turkey, focusing on the anti-veiling campaigns in the mid-1930s and aiming to understand the ways in which the Kemalist policies were received, interpreted, negotiated, compromised and/or resisted by various actors in the provinces.
In August 2006 a young American called Raed Jarrar discovered Arabic’s potency. Detained by four guards at New York’s Kennedy Airport for wearing a T-shirt with “We will not be silent” on it in Arabic, he was told that he may as well be entering a bank with a T-shirt announcing “I am a robber.”
Qur'ans of the Umayyads
A First Overview
Applying Sharia in the West
Facts, Fears and the Future of Islamic Rules on Family Relation in the West
Delicate Debates on Islam
Policymakers and Academics Speaking with Each Other
Memory before Modernity. Practices of Memory in Early Modern Europe
This volume, edited by Erika Kuijpers, Judith Pollmann, Johannes Müller and Jasper van der Steen, discusses practices of memory in early modern Europe.
The Resurgence of the Human Rights Debate in Latin America