Muslim World

(The median citation count of Muslim World is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Causes and Consequences of Inequality in Egypt6
Muslim Televangelists in the Making: Conversion Narratives and the Construction of Religious Authority5
Nations of Plov and Beshbarmak: Central Asian Food and National Identity on the Internet5
Nation‐Building in Central Asia: Institutions, Politics, and Culture4
Functions of Religion and Dynamics of Nation‐Building in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan4
Economy of Tribulation: Translating Humanitarianism for an Islamic Counterpublic3
The Ins and Outs of Iranian Industrial Resilience under Sanctions3
Fazlur Rahman’s Influence on Contemporary Islamic Thought3
Islamic Normative Principles Underlying Fatwas on Assisted Reproductive Technologies: Al‐Azhar Fatwa on Artificial Insemination13
Perceptions of National Identity in Kazakhstan: Pride, Language, and Religion3
Transport Infrastructure and Regional Integration in the Middle East3
Multiculturalism and Nation‐Building in Kazakhstan: Trends in Media Discourse, State Policy, and Popular Perceptions2
Deconstruction of religious thought in Islam: Iqbal and the Ahmadiyya2
Islam in the Context of Nation‐Building in Kyrgyzstan: Reproduced Practices and Contested Discourses2
Slavery and Islam, by Jonathan A.C.BrownLondon: Oneworld Academic, 20191
The Populism of Islamist Preachers in Indonesia’s 2019 Presidential Election1
Shifting State–Business Relations in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Post‐20141
Asserting Roots: Muḥammad Jābir Āl Ṣafā‘ and the Writing of Shiʿi history during the French Mandate1
The Political Economy of Fiscal Decentralization under the Islamic Republic of Iran1
Mobilizing and Framing Construction Jihād and Islamic Development in Revolutionary Iran1
A Shiite Clerical View of Other Religions and the Lebanese Nation‐State: Muḥammad Jawād Maghniyah (1904‐1979)1
Muslim‐Christian Relations in the Midst of the COVID‐19 Pandemic1
Fertility Decline, Small Families, and Son Selection in the Arab World: The Controversial Convergence of Contraceptive and Repro‐genetic Technologies1
Post‐Islamism Revisited: The Response of Indonesia’s Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) to Gender‐Related Issues1
A Praxis Gap: A Review of Practitioner Research on Female Genital Cutting/Mutilation (FGC/M) in Muslim Context1
Protecting the Citadel of Islam in the Modern Era: A Case of Shiʿi Mujtahids and the Najaf Seminary in Early Twentieth‐Century Iraq1
Institutions and Policy in Iran’s Relations with the GCC1
The Militarization of Iran's Perception of Saudi Arabia1
Patriarchal Bargaining: Female Religious Authority in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter‐Day Saints and the Muftiyas of Al Azhar1
The GCC’s Unsettled Policy for Economic Integration*1
Indonesia’s Islamic Revolution by KevinFogg, New York, NY: Cambridge Univesity Press, 2020, pp. 452, ISBN 978‐1‐1084878‐7‐01
Persianization of Shaykhīsm: The Doctrine of Rukn‐i Rābiʿ from Aḥmad al‐Aḥsāʾī to Karīm Khān Kirmānī1
Between Faith and Social Relations: The Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama’s Fatwas and Ideas on Non‐Muslims and Interreligious Relations1
Da‘wa as Development: Kuwaiti Islamic Charity in East and West Africa1
The Instrumental Dimensions of Ethnic Politics in Iran1
From Islamic Government to Local Politics: Muḥammad Mahdī Shams al‐Dīn and Muḥammad Ḥusayn Faḍlallāh’s Divergent Views of the Lebanese State1
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FrankGriffelThe Formation of Post‐Classical Philosophy in Islam (New York: Oxford University Press, 2021), 664 pp. ISBN: 978‐0‐190‐88632‐50
Say “No” to Christmas? An Analysis of the Islamic Fatwa on the Prohibition against Wearing Non‐Muslim Symbols in Indonesia0
Re‐Visiting the Meaning of ‘ẓann’ in the Qurʾān0
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“Muslim Environmentalisms and Environmental Ethics: Theory and Practice for Rights and Justice”0
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Introduction to the Special Issue0
The Role of Women in Interreligious Dialogue in Indonesia: A Study on the Forum for Religious Harmony (FKUB)0
“Story two—there’s always a story two”: Mohja Kahf Interrogates Tradition0
Back to the Future in Iran: Political and Policy Implications of the 2021 Presidential Elections0
The 1850’s Photographic Portrait of Omar Ibn Said: The Eloquence of Resilience0
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Necropolitical Trauma in Kamila Shamsie’s Fiction0
Centering Muslims in Global Humanitarianism and Development0
Arm’s Length0
Introduction to the Special Issue0
Yarrow Mamout and the Charles Willson Peale Portrait of 18190
DNA Evidence and the Islamic Law of Paternity in Light of Maqāṣid al‐Sharīʿa0
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Non‐Veiled Muslim Women in the West: Sentiments and Views0
From Toleration to Solidarity: Muslim‐Christian Relations in Indonesia during the COVID‐19 Pandemic0
Late Roman Law and the Quranic Punishments for Adultery0
The Duration of Pregnancy in Contemporary Islamic Jurisprudence (fiqh) and Legislation: Tradition, Adaptation to Modern Medicine and (In)consequences0
Somos Sur: Translocal Hip‐Hop and the Routes of Empire0
The Community of Believers: Christian and Muslim Perspectives. By LucindaMosher and DavidMarshall eds. Washington D.C.: Georgetown University Press, 2015, 171 pp., $26.95 (paperback), ISBN 978‐1‐626160
Sacred Misinterpretation: Reaching Across the Christian‐Muslim Divide By MartinAccad, Grand Rapids, Mich: W.B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2019, pp. 346, ISBN 978‐0‐8028‐7414‐60
Navigating Murky Waters: Iranian‐Gulf Relations a Year into Raisi's Presidency0
Iran's 2021 Election as a Turning Point from Electoral Authoritarianism to Hegemonic Autocracy0
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Islamic Traditionalists: “Against the Modern World”?0
Sacrificial Skins: The Value of Pakistan’s Eid al‐Azha Animal Hide Collection10
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US‐Iran Relations: Challenges and Opportunities0
“They Don't Look at You as a Real Muslim”: the racial exclusion of black American Muslim converts0
The Return of Mustafa: Names, Stories, and Empire in Laila Lalami’s The Moor’s Account0
Some Other Cloud0
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The Political Economy of the Contemporary Middle East0
Contours of the Divine Feminine: Islamic and Christian Feminist Theologies in Indonesia0
William Hoare and Visions of Ayuba Suleiman Diallo in Britain0
Anonymous Gamete Donation in Iran: Lineage Revisited0
Cherishing the Ideology of Silence: Islam, Christianity, and Interreligious Relations among the Madurese People0
The Problem of Early Islamic Diversity in Anatolia: Rethinking Dervish Piety Through Pantheistic Ideas0
Sanctuary of A Thousand Adventures: Selimiye in The Besieged, Occupied, And Liberated Edirne0
“When Someone is Dying, We Prefer….”: COVID‐19 and The Challenges to Muslim Health Care Choices0
Islam and Diversity in Contemporary Indonesia: Belief, Gender, and Politics0
Zoom Call Gospel: Malayali Pentecostals’ Experience with Tradition, Fundamentalism, and Post‐ Truth Politics0
Introduction to Special Issue: Anglophone Muslim Women Writing0
Epistemic Violence and the Rise of the Pseudo‐Secular Islamic FBO in the Age of the ‘Religious Turn’ in Development*0
Two Museums and the Simpson Portrait of Yarrow Mamout0
Living in a Sacred Cosmos: Indonesia and the Future of Islam By BernardAdeney‐Risakotta, New Haven, CT: Yale University Southeast Asia Studies, 2018, pp. 406, ISBN 978‐0‐9850429‐6‐7.0
Reforming the Modern: Colonialism, Islam and the Emergence of the Modern State in Kelantan0
‘You Won’t Find Religion Here’: The (In)Visibility of Muslim Responses to Situations of Mass Displacement0
Expanding the Boundaries of “Muslim Writing” in the Poetry of Gabeba Baderoon0
Rehabilitating the Shari'a: Ahmad Ibrahim and Reformation of Laws in Southeast Asia0
A Digital Reading of the Sengbe Pieh Portrait in the Covid‐19 Era0
For Grenfell0
Sharing Baraka in an Unexpected Place: The Emergence of Ziyāra Culture Among Sufi and ‘Alawi Muslims in Argentina10
‘Abd al‐Jabbār and al‐Ghazālī on Divine Speech and their Theories of Language0
Muslim Space As Third Space0
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Speaking Quran: An American Scripture. By Timur R.Yuskaev, Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, 2017. ISBN 978‐1‐61117‐794‐7 Hardcover, $44.990
The Political Lives of Saints: Christian‐Muslim Mediation in Egypt. By AngieHeo, Oakland, CA: University of California Press, 2018. Pb. 294 pages.0
Reprogenetic Technologies and the Valuing of the Biogenetic Family0
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Ebrahim Raisi's Domestic Policy: Conservative, Pragmatic or Paralyzed?0
Al‐Azhar and the Salafis in Egypt: Contestation of two traditions0
Raisi and Iran's Foreign Policy Toward the South Caucasus0
Iran‐Africa Relations under Raisi: Salvaging Ties with the Continent0
Against all Heteredoxies: Accounts of the Deviant Groups (Aliran‐Aliran Sesat) in Contemporary Indonesian Muslim Literature0
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Majlis Taklim and The Path Of Women's Islamization In Indonesia0
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An Attempt to De‐criminalize Muslims: The Detective Novels of Ausma Zehanat Khan0
Mary vs. Muslims: Our Lady of Victory, Our Lady of Defeat, and Iconic Role Reversals in Bosnia0
The Reformist Faction after the 2021 Presidential Elections: Diverging Strategies and the Notion of “Structural Reforms”0
Remaking Muslim Lives: Everyday Islam in Postwar Bosnia and Herzegovina by Henig, David. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2020. ISBN: 9780252043291 Hardcover, $ 1100
Polemicist, Apologist, or Missionary: Rashīd Riḍā’s Ṭarīqal‐Da‘wa0
The Politics of Interreligious Dialogue in Indonesia: An Analysis of the Ulama's Anti‐Kristenisasi Fatwas and Their Challenge to the Government's Interreligious Harmony Project0
Could Sufism Have Been a Means of Spreading Ibn Taymiyya's Thought in the Ottoman Empire?0
Ayuba Sulieman Diallo and Muslim Visual Culture in the Black Atlantic World0
Iran's Foreign Relations under President Raisi0
Rethinking Yarrow Mamout0
Iqbal’s and Hassan’s Complaints: A Study of “To the Holy Prophet” and “SMS to Sir Muhammad Iqbal”0
Joseph Cinque: Reframing and Reclaiming the Muslim Presence in the Amistad Revolt0
An excerpt from An Imperfect Blessing0
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The Art of Black Muslim Lives0
Christian‐Muslim Relations in the midst of Pandemic: A Case Study from Lebanon0
Muslim American Speculative Fiction: Figuring feminist epistemologies, religious histories, and genre traditions0
World War II Rhetoric in the Context of Kyrgyzstani Labor Migration: Nation‐Building and Emotional Investment in Kyrgyzstan0
Neighbors: Christians and Muslims Building Community By Deanna FerreeWomack. Westminster John Knox Press, 2020, 192 pp., (paperback), ISBN 978‐0‐664‐26617‐20
A Modern‐day Ẓāhirī? The Legal Thought of Muhammad Asad (1412/1992)0
Family Structure in the wake of Genetic and Reproductive Technologies in the Muslim World0
A Sickness in the Heart: Were the Qur’ān’s Hypocrites a late Antique Sect?0
My Journey with Evangelical Christians at the ADAMS Center: Before, During, and After COVID‐190
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Global Standards, Cultural Islam: Syrian‐led Muslim Humanitarianism in Turkey0
Andrew F.March, The Caliphate of Man: Popular Sovereignty in Modern Islamic Thought (Cambridge and London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press), 2019, ISBN 9780674987838, 300 pp.0
Islamicate Cosmopolitan Spirit. By Bruce B. Lawrence, Hoboken, NJ: WILEY Blackwell, 2021. ISBN 978‐1‐4051‐5514‐4 Softcover, $44.950
Mīrzā Ghulām Aḥmad and the Establishment of the Aḥmadiyya Jamāʿat from a Market Theory Perspective0
Writing the History of Mount Lebanon: Church Historians and Maronite Identity by MouannesHojairi. Cairo, Egypt: AUC Press, 2021, 220 pp. (hardcover), ISBN 978‐1‐64903‐125‐90
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Islam, Culture, and Reprogenetics: Implementation of Genetic and Reproductive Technologies in Qatar0
Iran's Domestic Politics One Year into the Raisi Presidency0
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Tafsīr or Taʾwīl? The Shaykhī Contribution to the Qurʾānīc Tradition of Nineteenth Century Iran0
Between Development, Growth, and Survival: Iran's Economic Priorities before and under President Raisi0
The Ambiguity of Early Hadith Criticism: ʿAlī b. al‐Madīnī's (161–234/778–849) Evaluation of Hadith Transmitters0
Iran and the Second Karabakh War0
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On the two‐legged thread of Florida’s 7170
Tutoring Bahmanyār “from behind a veil”: the Ishārāt in Avicenna’s professional career0
Crowdfunding Nayā Pakistan: Development, Nationalism, and the Diamer‐Bhasha Dam*0
Review of The New Testament in Muslim Eyes: Paul’s Letter to the Galatians. By Akhtar, Shabbir. New York: Routledge, 2018. ISBN‐13: 978‐1138213494. 284 pages. 29.59.0
Contentious Belonging: The Place of Minorities in Indonesia, by GregFealy and RonitRicci (eds.), Singapore: ISEAS Yusof Ishal Institute, 2019, pp. 304, ISBN: 978‐98148434920