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GEORGE GONZÁLEZ

Does an increase in everyday piety through “brand Islam” simultaneously and necessarily weaken the authority of Islamic religious institutions? Read the full article »

NESLIHAN CEVIK

The blend of fashion and tesettur has undermined the monotone divide of Islam and modernity, a divide that delineated how a Muslim female can (and should) live, what public spaces she can enter, and what activities she can take part in. Read the full article »

ATALIA OMER

Widespread product "halalization" contributes to novel modes of self-described piety, yet implies a pro-consumptive “deregulation" of religion. Read the full article »

MARA WILLARD

Newly empowered, US white nationalists straddle pre- or a-modern theology and Christianity, re-constructed and re-lived on internet forums and tv-shows of late-modernity. Willard tracks the contentions in the US white nationalist right through the lens of Arendt's "Origins of Totalitarianism". Read the full article »

MOCH NUR ICHWAN

Although non-Muslims are a small minority in Aceh, they are citizens too, and should have equal rights. Read the full article »

What patterns of inclusion and exclusion do non-Muslims in Aceh experience? Read the full article »