Islamic Studies Program Faculty
Books published by Islamic Studies Program—affiliated Faculty
● Abidjan USA: Music, Dance and Mobility in the Lives of Four Ivorian Immigrant, by Daniel B. Reed.
● After Secular Law, edited by Winnifred Sullivan, Robert A. Yelle, and Mateo Taussig-Rubbo.
● After the Jihad: The Reign of Aḥmad al-Kabīr in the Western Sudan, edited, translated into English and annotated by John Hanson and David Robinson.
● The Ahmadiyya in the Gold Coast: Muslim Cosmopolitans in the British Empire, by John Hanson.
● Ahmedi’s History of the Kings of the Ottoman Lineage and Their Holy Raids against the Infidels, by Kemal Silay.
● An Anthology of Turkish Literature, compiled and edited by Kemal Silay.
● Arts of Allusion: Object, Ornament, and Architecture in Medieval Islam, by Margaret S. Graves.
● Authority, Conflict, and the Transmission of Diversity in Medieval Islamic Law, by R. Kevin Jaques.
● Banaras: Urban Forms and Cultural Histories, edited by Michael S. Dodson.
● Berber Culture on the World Stage: From Village to Video, by Jane E. Goodman.
● Bourdieu in Algeria: Colonial Politics, Ethnographic Practices, Theoretical Developments, edited by Jane E. Goodman and Paul V. Silverstein.
● Conflict and Cooperation: Zoroastrian Subalterns and Muslim Elites in Medieval Iranian Society, by Jamsheed Choksy.
● Contemporary Issues in Islam, by Asma Afsaruddin.
● Coping with Terrorism: Origins, Escalation, Counterstrategies, and Responses, edited by Rafael Reuveny and William R. Thompson.
● Dan Ge Performance: Masks and Music in Contemporary Côte d’Ivoire, by Daniel B. Reed.
● Empire and Power in the Reign of Süleyman: Narrating the Sixteenth-Century Ottoman World, by Kaya Şahin.
● Empires of the Silk Road: A History of Central Eurasia from the Bronze Age to the Present, by Christopher Beckwith.
● Excellence and Precedence: Medieval Islamic Discourse on Legitimate Leadership, by Asma Afsaruddin.
● Farid al-Din ‘Attār’s Memorial of God's Friends, translated with an introduction by Paul E. Losensky.
● The First Muslims: History and Memory, by Asma Afsaruddin.
● God and Logic in Islam: The Caliphate of Reason, by John Walbridge.
● Hard Work, Hard Times: Global Volatility and African Subjectivities, edited by Anne-Maria Makhulu, Beth Buggenhagen, and Stephen Jackson.
● Hermeneutics and Honor: Negotiating Female "Public" Space in Islamic/ate Societies, edited by Asma Afsaruddin .
● History and Hagiography from the Late Antique Sinai, translated with commentary by Daniel Caner and contributions by Sebastian Brock, Richard M. Price, and Kevin Van Bladel.
● Ibn Hajar, by R. Kevin Jaques.
● India and Counterinsurgency: Lessons Learned, edited by Sumit Ganguly and David P. Fidler.
● Islam, the State, and Political Authority: Medieval Issues and Modern Concerns, edited by Asma Afsaruddin .
● Islamic Art, Architecture and Material Culture: New Perspectives, edited by Margaret S. Graves.
● Islamic Central Asia: An Anthology of Historical Sources, edited by Scott C. Levi and Ron Sela.
● Islamization and Native Religion in the Golden Horde: Baba Tükles and Conversion to Islam in Historical and Epic Tradition, by Devin A. DeWeese.
● The Kirghiz and Wakhi of Afghanistan: Adaptation to Closed Frontiers and War, by M. Nazif Shahrani.
● Kitab al-Iman (The Book of Faith) by Ibn Taymiyyah, translated, edited, with an introduction by Salman H. Al-Ani and Shadia A. Tel.
● The Legendary Biographies of Tamerlane: Islam and Heroic Apocrypha in Central Asia, by Ron Sela.
● Le lexique technique de la médecine arabe, by Iman Alramadan.
● Migration, Jihad, and Muslim Authority in West Africa: The Futanke Colonies in Karta, by John Hanson .
● Muslims in Western Politics, edited by Abdulkader Sinno.
● Muslim Families in Global Senegal: Money Takes Care of Shame, by Beth Buggenhagen.
● Muslim Voices and Lives in the Contemporary World , edited by Frances Trix and John Walbridge.
● Muslim Women of the Fergana Valley: A 19th-Century Ethnography from Central Asia, by Vladimir Nalivkin and Maria Nalivkin; edited by Marianne Kamp; translated by Mariana Markova and Marianne Kamp.
● My Voice is My Weapon: Music, Nationalism, and the Poetics of Palestinian Resistance, by David McDonald.
● Nedim and the Poetics of the Ottoman Court: Medieval Inheritance and the Need for Change, by Kemal Silay.
● The New Woman in Uzbekistan: Islam, Modernity and Unveiling under Communism, by Marianne Kamp.
● On Islam: Muslims and the Media, edited by Rosemary Pennington and Hilary E. Kahn.
● Organizations at War in Afghanistan and Beyond, by Abdulkader Sinno.
● Orientalism, Empire, and National Culture: India, 1770-1880, by Michael S. Dodson.
● Palestinian Music and Song: Expression and Resistance since 1900, by David McDonald.
● The Philosophy of Illumination of Shihab al-Din Yahya Suhrawardi, translated by John Walbridge and Hossein Ziai.
● The Politics of Dress in Somali Culture, by Heather Akou.
● Politics of Religious Freedom, edited by Winnifred Sullivan, Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Saba Mahmood, and Peter G. Danchin.
● Revolutions and Rebellions in Afghanistan: Anthropological Perspectives, edited by M. Nazif Shahrani and Robert L. Canfield.
● Russia’s Orient: Imperial Borderlands and Peoples, 1700-1917, edited by Daniel Brower and Edward Lazzerini.
● The Science of Mystic Lights: Qutb al-Din Shirazi and the Illuminationist Tradition in Islamic Philosophy, by John Walbridge.
● Striving in the Path of God: Jihad and Martyrdom in Islamic Thought, by Asma Afsaruddin.
● Subjects and Masters: Uyghurs in the Mongol Empire, by Michael C. Brose.
● Terror in Chechnya: Russia and the Tragedy of Civilians in War, by Emma Gilligan.
● The Tibetan Empire in Central Asia: A History of the Struggle for Great Power among Tibetans, Turks, Arabs, and Chinese during the Early Middle Ages, by Christopher Beckwith.
● Trans-Colonial Modernities in South Asia, edited by Michael S. Dodson, and Brian A. Hatcher.
● Treading on Hallowed Ground: Counterinsurgency Operations in Sacred Spaces, edited by C. Christine Fair and Sumit Ganguly.
● Treasures of the Aga Khan Museum: Arts of Islamic Architecture. Exhibition catalogue edited by Margaret S. Graves and Benoît Junod.
● Turkish Folklore and Oral Literature: Selected Essays of İlhan Başgöz, edited by Kemal Silay.
● The Uyghurs: Strangers in Their Own Land, by Gardner Bovingdon.
● Voices of Affliction. Aspects of Traditional Healing Practices and their Impact on Akan Families in Ghana , by Cecilia Obeng.
● Voices of the Arab Spring: Personal Stories of the Arab Revolutions, by Asaad Alsaleh.
● Wandering, Begging Monks: Spiritual Authority and the Promotion of Monasticism in Late Antiquity, by Daniel Caner.
● Warriors of the Cloisters: The Central Asian Origins of Science in the Medieval World, by Christopher Beckwith.
● Welcoming Fighānī: Imitation and Poetic Individuality in the Safavid-Mughal Ghazal, by Paul E. Losensky.
● The Wisdom of the Mystic East: Suhrawardi and Platonic Orientalism, by John Walbridge.