Table of contents for New perspectives on Islam in Senegal : conversion, migration, wealth, power, and femininity / editors, Mamadou Diouf and Mara Leichtman.

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 INTRODUCTION
M. Diouf and M. Leichtman 
SECTION 1: HISTORIES, ETHNOGRAPHIES AND PEDAGOGIES OF ISLAM 
Chapter 1:
 R. Ware (Northwestern University)
The Longue Dur?e of Quranic Schooling, Society and State in Senegambia
Chapter 2:
 C. Cantone (School of Oriental and African Studies, London)
The Shifting Space of Senegalese Mosques
Chapter 3:
 J. Glover (University of California Redlands) 
 Murid Modernity: Historical Perceptions of Islamic Reform, Sufism 
 and Colonization
SECTION 2: CONVERSION AND SPIRITUAL TRANSLATIONS
Chapter 4:
 J. Searing (University of Illinois, Chicago) 
 The Greater Jihad and Conversion: Sereer Interpretations of Sufi Islam 
Chapter 5:
 M. Leichtman (Michigan State University)
The Authentication of a Discursive Islam: Shi?a Alternatives to Sufi Brotherhoods
Chapter 6:
 M. Janson (Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin)
 Searching for God: Young Gambian Conversion to the Tabligh Jama?at
SECTION 3: GENDER, MARRIAGE AND SEXUALITY 
Chapter 7:
 A. Drame (Dominican University)
Migration, Marriage and Ethnicity: The Early Development of Islam in Pre-colonial Casamance
Chapter 8
 B. Buggenhagen (University of Indiana)
Beyond Brotherhood: Gender, Religious Authority and the Global Circuits of Senegalese Muridiyya
Chapter 9:
 E. Augis (Ramapo College)
Jambaar or Jumbax-out? How Sunnite Women Negotiate Power and Belief in Orthodox Islamic Femininity
 SECTION 4: MODERNITY, POLITICS AND DIALECTICS 
 
Chapter: 10
 R. Loimeier (Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin) 
 Dialectics of 	Religion and Politics in Senegal
Chapter 11:
 F. Samson Ndaw (L'Ecole des hautes ?tudes en sciences sociales, Centre d'?tudes 
 Africaines, Paris)
Islam, Protest and Citizen Mobilization: New Sufi Movements 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Islam -- Senegal.
Islam and state -- Senegal.
Islam and politics -- Senegal.
Senegal -- Politics and government.
Senegal -- History -- 20th century.