Introduction Islam, Public Religions and the Secularization Debate Muslim Thinkers and the Debate on Secularism and La̐ciť Yusuf al-Qaradawi and Tariq Ramadan on Secularisation: Differences and Similarities Islam and Democracy in the Twenty-First Century Moving Out of Kazanistan: Liberal Theory and Muslim Contexts Muslim Modernity: Poetics, Politics, and Metaphysics Turkish Secular Muslim Identity on Display in Europe Hidden Bodies in Islam: Secular Muslim Identities in Modern (and Premodern) Societies Contentions in the Making: Discussing Secularism Among Scottish Muslims Muslim Womens Narratives on Religious Identification in a Polarising Dutch Society Hamburg, Muslims and Imams: The Challenge of Secularism American Muslim Women: Narratives of Identity and Globalisation A State of Islam: Modernity and Muslim Life in Twenty-First Century Australia The Search for Shared Idioms: Contesting Views of Laiklik Before the Turkish Constitutional Court Afterword.
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