Culture, diaspora, and modernity in Muslim writing
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Culture, diaspora, and modernity in Muslim writing / edited by Rehana Ahmed, Peter Morey, and Amina Yaqin.
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|Other authors:||Ahmed, Rehana.Morey, Peter.Yaqin, Amina, 1972-|
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Table of Contents:
- Writing Muslims and the global state of exception / Stephen Morton
- Writing the self. Bad faith : the construction of Muslim extremism in Ed Husain's The Islamist / Anshuman A. Mondal
- Reason to believe? two "British Muslim" memoirs / Rehana Ahmed
- Voyages out and in : two (British) Arab Muslim women's bildungsromane / Lindsey Moore
- Migrant Islam. Infinite hijra : migrant Islam, Muslim American literature, and the anti-mimesis of The Taqwacores / Salah D. Hassan
- Muslims as multicultural misfits in Nadeem Aslam's Maps for lost lovers / Amina Yaqin
- "Sexy identity-assertion" : choosing between sacred and secular identities in Robin Yassin-Kassab's The road from Damascus / Claire Chambers
- (Mis)reading Muslims. Writing Islam in post-9/11 America : John Updike's Terrorist / Anna Hartnell
- Invading ideologies and the politics of terror : framing Afghanistan in The kite runner / Kristy Butler
- Representation and realism : Monica Ali's Brick Lane / Sara Upstone
- Culture, politics, and religion.
- From "the politics of recognition" to "the policing of recognition" : writing Islam in Hanif Kureishi and Mohsin Hamid / Bart Moore-Gilbert
- Resistance and religion in the work of Kamila Shamsie / Ruvani Ranasinha
- Mourning becomes Kashmira : Islam, melancholia, and the evacuation of politics in Salman Rushdie's Shalimar the clown / Peter Morey.