Ashgate AHRC/ESRC religion and society series.
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Tactical and strategic religion / Linda Woodhead The hypervisibility of Islam / Nadia Jeldtoft How to study everyday Islam / Nathal M. Dessing Bihishti zewar: Islam, text, and the daily lives of Gujarati women in Leicester / Rana Bokhari Elastic orthodoxy: the tactics of young Muslim identity in the east end of London / Dan Dehanas Spirituality and emotions: making a room of one's own / Nadia Jeldtoft "School Islam" lived religion in the context of a secular public institution / Sidsel Vive Jensen and Lene Kühle Experiencing Islam: narratives about faith by young adult Muslims in Malmö and Copenhagen / Jonas Otterbeck Daily life, ethnicity and conflict in the Albayzín neighbourhood of Spain / F. Javier Rosón Illness, healing and everyday Islam: transnational lives of Somali migrant women / Marja Tiilikainen Everyday lived Islam and the future of Islamic studies / Jørgen S. Nielsen.
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Print version: Everyday lived Islam in Europe. Farnham, Surrey : Ashgate,  xii, 183 pages Ashgate AHRC/ESRC religion and society series