Table of Contents - Comparative Islamic Studies 11.2 (2015)

Comparative Islamic Studies
Issue 11.2 (2015) Table of Contents

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Editorial-open access
The Ethical Issue of Others
Ulrika Mårtensson

Articles
The Upraised Mountain and Israel’s Election in the Qur’an and Talmud
Michael Wesley Graves

Encountering Opposed Others and Countering Suggestions [khaṭarāt]: Notes on Religious Tolerance from Ninth Century Arab-Muslim Thought
Faraz Masood Sheikh

Trapped in Poverty?: A Study of Transient and Persisting Factors for Muslim Disadvantages in the UK
Yaojun Li , Anthony Heath , Tom Woerner-Powell

Book Reviews- open access
A History of the ‘Alawis: From Medieval Aleppo to the Turkish Republic, by Stefan Winter
Lutz Berger

Circuits of Faith: Migration, Education, and the Wahhabi Mission, by Michael Farquhar. Stanford University Press, 2017. 269pp. Hardback. Euro 45,99. ISBN 978-0-8047-9835-8
Guido Steinberg

The Shias of Pakistan. An Assertive and Beleaguered Minority, by Andreas Rieck
Simon Wolfgang Fuchs

Response-open access
Author’s Response to Agostino Cilardo’s Review Article
David S. Powers


Editor
Ulrika Mårtensson
The Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Book Review Editor
Martin Riexinger
Aarhus University

ISSN: 1740-7125 (print)
ISSN: 1743-1638 (online)

Comparative Islamic Studies
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Comparative Islamic Studies aims to advance research on Islam through comparisons between Islam and other religions, and between religious and non-religious factors and disciplines. Regarding Islam and other religions, CIS extends the scope of comparisons of Islam and Islamic Scripture from the traditional focus on Judaism and Christianity to include religions of Antiquity, Africa, South- and South East Asia, China, Oceania, Europe and the Americas, as well as contemporary new religious movements, spirituality and the various types of esotericism.