Table of contents for Sufis in Western society : global networking and locality / edited by Ron Geaves, Markus Dressler, and Gritt Klinkhammer.

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1. Introduction Markus Dresser, Ron Geaves and Gritt Klinkhammer 
2. Glocalization of Religions: Plural Authenticities at the Centres and at the Margins Peter Beyer 
3. Global Sufism "Theirs and Ours" Marcia Hermansen 
4. Globalizing the soundworld:Islam and Sufi music in the West Michael Frishkopf 
5. Pluralism and Authenticity: Sufi Paths in Post-9/11 New York Markus Dressler 
6. A Case of Cultural Binary Fission or Transglobal Sufism?: The Transmigration of Sufism to Britain Ron Geaves 
7. Playing with Numbers: Sufi Calculations of a Perfect Divine Universe in Manchester Pnina Werbner 
8. The Emergence of Transethnic Sufism in Germany: From Mysticism to Authenticity Gritt Klinkhammer 
9. Growing up as a Sufi: Generational change in the Burhaniya Sufi order S¿ren Christian Lassen 
10. Between Nations and Global Islam: Sufi Activities and Community Building among Bosnian Muslims in Southern Sweden Catharina Raudvere & A?k Ga?i 
11. The Reception of Sufi and Neo-Sufi Literature Mark Sedgwick 
12. Hyperlink to Reality? A History of Albrecht Hofheinz 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sufism -- Europe.
Sufism -- North America.