Table of contents for Islam in the African-American experience / Richard Brent Turner.


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Contents
List of Illustrations    viii
Preface   ix
Introduction to the Second Edition xi
Introduction. What Shall We Call Him? Islam and African-American Identity  1
Part One: Root Sources
1. Muslims in a Strange Land: African Muslim Slaves in America   11
2. Pan-Africanism and the New American Islam: Edward Wilmot Blyden and Mohammed Alexander
Russell Webb   47
Part Two: Prophets of the City
3. The Name Means Everything: Noble Drew Ali and the Moorish Science Temple of America
     71
4. The Ahmadiyya Mission to America: A Multi-Racial Model for American Islam109
5. Missionizing and Signifying: W. D. Fard and the Early History of the Nation of Islam   147
6. Malcolm X and His Successors: Contemporary Significations of African-American Islam    174
Epilogue. Commodification of Identity   238
Notes     243
Select Bibliography 281
Index     000
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Islam United States, African Americans Religion