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Summary: Anthropology and Sociology of Islam and Muslim Diasporas. Muslims in Britain and Europe. Migration, Diaspora, Transnationalism, Pilgrimage. Culture, Religion, Ethnicity, Identity Politics, the State.
Location: Botany House 1.05
- McLoughlin, S. et al. (eds), Writing the City in British Asian Diasporas, London and New York, Routledge, 2014. Review: "a corrective to the gap in extant criticism by recentralising the local a new methodology for constructing deep histories of locales that intersects and unites diverse disciplinary practices a new approach to diaspora studies The key strength of the work as a whole is as a model for a new kind criticism that draws on an eclectic yet complementary mix of sources and approaches in order to complicate and undermine dominant narratives about British Asians through localised and deep studies". South Asian Diaspora.
- Knott, K. and McLoughlin, S. (eds), Diasporas: Concepts, Identities, Intersections, London, Zed, 2010. Review: "brings new methodological and theoretical innovations to the area of diaspora studies that helps us to move beyond the hegemonic views in the field. This has been done without rejecting the already available insights, or undermining the specificities and structures of diasporic relations in various contexts". Diaspora Studies.
- Cesari, J. and McLoughlin, S., (eds.) European Muslims and the Secular State, London and New York, Routledge, 2016. [First published by Ashgate 2005]. Review: "an excellent point of departure for linking the political and cultural concerns of European Muslims to the processes of global economic transformation from which European economies cannot extricate themselves ... an interesting and very successful framework ... [of the] secular state, Muslim leadership, Muslim religious practices [which] enhances the organisation of the argument". Modern Italy.
2017 'Locating Muslim Diasporas: Multi-Locality, Multi-Disciplinarity and Performativity', Ethnic and Racial Studies, 40 (3) 1-7.
2015 'Pilgrimage, Performativity, and British Muslims: Scripted and Unscripted Accounts of the Hajj and Umra' in Mols. L. & Buitleaar, M.W. (eds.) Hajj: Global Interactions Through Pilgrimage, Leiden, Sidestone Press & Rijksmuseum Volkenkunde, pp. 41-64.
2014 with Gould, W. Kabir, A.J. and Tomalin, E. (eds), Writing the City in British Asian Diasporas, London and New York, Routledge.
2014 'Introduction' in McLoughlin, S. et al. (eds), Writing the City in British Asian Diasporas, London and New York, Routledge, pp. 1-17.
2014 'Writing 'Bradistan' across the domains of social reality' in McLoughlin, S., et al. (eds), Writing the City in British Asian Diasporas, London and New York, Routledge, pp. 21-48.
2014 'Discrepant representations of multi-Asian Leicester: Institutional discourse and everyday life in the 'model' multicultural city' in McLoughlin, S. et al. (eds), Writing the City in British Asian Diasporas, London and New York, Routledge, pp. 89-113.
2014 with Zavos, J. 'Writing religion in British Asian diasporas', in McLoughlin, S. et al. (eds), Writing the City in British Asian Diasporas, London and New York, Routledge, pp. 158-178.
2014 'The Islamic Foundation in the United Kingdom', in Peter, F. and Ortega, R. (eds.), Islamic Movements of Europe, London, I.B. Tauris, pp. 212-215.
2013 Organizing Hajj-going from contemporary Britain: A Changing Industry, Pilgrim Markets and the Politics of Recognition in Porter, V. and Saif, L. (eds.) The Hajj: Collected Essays, London, The British Museum Press, pp. 241-252.
2013 Re-narrating the model multicultural city, Public Spirit, 25 September.
2013 Discrepant Representations of Multi-Asian Leicester: Institutional Discourse and Everyday Life in the Model Multicultural City, Writing British Asian Cities Research Paper WBAC 012, University of Leeds, September, 53 pages.
2013 with Zavos, J. Writing Religion in British Asian Diasporas, Writing British Asian Cities Research Paper WBAC 009, University of Leeds, September, 50 pages.
2013 The Cultural and Political Economy of Hajj-going from Late Modern Britain: Glocal Pilgrim Markets and their Governance, Community Religions Project Research Paper HAJJ 001, University of Leeds, September, 41 pages.
2013 Religion, Religions and Diaspora in Quayson, A. and G. Daswani (eds.), The Blackwell Companion to Diaspora and Transnationalism, Blackwell, pp. 125-138.
2013 The politics of Hajj-going in Britain, Public Spirit, 21 June, 10 October.
2013 Imagining a Muslim Diaspora in Britain? Islamic Consciousness and Homelands Old and New in Alexander, C. et al (eds.) The New Muslims, London, The Runneymede Trust, pp. 34-36.
2013 with D. Hussain, United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, in Nielsen, J. et al (eds) Yearbook of Muslims in Europe Vol. 5, Leiden, Brill, pp. 681-706.
2013 Fundácion Islámica, Reino Unido in Peter, F. y Ortega, R. (eds) Los movimientos islámicos transnacionales, Madrid, Biblioteca de Casa Árabe, pp. 281-86.
2012 United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, in Nielsen, J. et al (eds) Yearbook of Muslims in Europe Vol. 4, Leiden, Brill, pp. 619-641.
2011 United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, in Nielsen, J. et al (eds) Yearbook of Muslims in Europe Vol. 3, Leiden, Brill, pp. 595-615.
2010 with Kim Knott (eds.), Diasporas: Concepts, Identities, Intersections, London, Zed, 2010.
2010 with K. Knott Introduction in Knott, K. and S. McLoughlin (eds.), Diasporas: Concepts, Identities, Intersections, London, Zed, pp. 1-16.
2010 with K. Knott Conclusion in Knott, K. and S. McLoughlin (eds.), Diasporas: Concepts, Identities, Intersections, London, Zed, pp. 269-73.
2010 Muslim Travellers: homing desire, the umma and British-Pakistanis in Knott, K. & S. McLoughlin (eds.), Diasporas: Concepts, Identities, Intersections, London, Zed, pp. 223-229.
2010 with T. Abbas, United Kingdom and Northern Ireland, in Nielsen, J. et al (eds) Yearbook of Muslims in Europe Vol. 2, Leiden, Brill, pp. 545-60.
2010 From Race to Faith Relations, the Local to the National Level: The State and Muslim Organisations in Britain in A. Kreienbrink and M. Bodenstein (eds.) Muslim Organisations and the State - European Perspectives, Bundesamt für Migration und Flüchtlinge: Nürnberg, pp. 123-149.
2009 Writing British Asian cities, Contemporary South Asia, 17 (4), pp. 437447.
2009 Religion and Diaspora, in Hinnells, J.R. (eds.) The Routledge Companion to the Study of Religion, London and New York, Routledge, pp. 558-580. Significantly revised 2nd Ed.
2009 Holy Places, Contested Spaces: British-Pakistani Accounts of Pilgrimage to Makkah and Madinah, in Gale, R. and Hopkins, P. (eds.) Muslims in Britain: Identities, Places and Landscapes, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 132-149.
2009 Contesting Muslim Pilgrimage: British-Pakistani Identities, Sacred Journeys to Makkah and Madinah and the Global Postmodern, in Kalra, V.S. (ed.) The Pakistani Diaspora, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 233-265.
2008 entries in Netton, I.R. (eds.) The Encyclopedia of Islamic Civilization and Religion, London: Routledge, Barelwism (pp.90-92); Deobandism (pp.143-146); fundamentalism (pp.188-90); Hizb al-Tahrir (pp.243-4); Muslim League (pp.469-72); Muslim World League (pp.472-3); The Faith Movement/Tabligh (pp.162-4); Taliban (pp.658-60); Wahhabism (pp.692-5).
2007 Islam(s) in Context: Orientalism and the Anthropology of Muslim Societies and Cultures, Journal of Beliefs and Values, 28 (3), pp. 273 296.
2006 with M. Khan. Ambiguous traditions and modern transformations of Islam: the waxing and waning of an intoxicated Sufi cult in Mirpur, Azad Kashmir, Contemporary South Asia, 15 (3), pp. 289-307.
2006 Writing a BrAsian City: Ethnicity, Race, Culture and Religion in Accounts of Postcolonial Bradford, in Ali, N., Kalra, V.S. and Sayyid, S. (eds) Postcolonial People: South Asians in Britain, London: Hurst, pp. 110-140.
2006 with Knott K. et al, Literature review: Arts and humanities research on the roots, practices and consequences of terrorism, Final report, London: Home Office, 92 pages.
2005 The State, New Muslim Leaderships and Islam as a Resource for Engagement in Britain, in Cesari, J. and McLoughlin, S., (eds) European Muslims and the Secular State, Abingdon, Ashgate, pp. 55-69.
2005 with J. Cesari (eds.) European Muslims and the Secular State, Abingdon, Ashgate.
2005 Mosques and the Public Space: Conflict and Cooperation in Bradford, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 31(6), pp.1045-1066.
2005 Migration, Diaspora and Transnationalism: Transformations of Religion and Culture in a Globalising Age, in Hinnells, J.R. (eds) The Routledge Companion to the Study of Religions, London & New York, Routledge, pp. 526-549.
2003 Knott, K., McLoughlin, S. and Prideaux, M.J., The Feasibility of a Faith Forum for Yorkshire and the Humber, Leeds, Community Religions Project, 77 pages.
2002 Recognising Muslims: religion, ethnicity and identity politics in Britain, Cahiers d'études sur la Méditerranée Orientale et le Monde Turco-Iranien (CEMOTI), 33, pp.43-54.
2002 Does Anybody Care?: The Umma at a Charity Dinner, extract of 1996 article reproduced in Mumm, S. (eds.) Religion Today: A Reader, pp.188-193, Ashgate in association with The Open University.
2001 The Ummah, the Hajj and Globalisation, World Religions in Education, pp. 25-7.
2000 Religion, Ritual and Culture, in Markham, I.S. and T. Ruparell (eds.) Encountering Religion, Blackwell, Oxford and Malden, Mass: pp. 96-116.
2000 Lislam in Gran Bretagna: un caso di studio, editors translation into Italian in El Ayoubi, M. (ed.) Islam plurale, Roma, Cooperativa com Nuovi Tempi, pp. 73-87.
2000 Researching Muslim Minorities: Some Reflections on Fieldwork in Britain, Journal of Semitic Studies Supplement 12, pp. 175-194.
1999 with V.S. Kalra, Wish You Were(nt) Here: discrepant representations of Mirpur in narratives of migration, diaspora and tourism, in Hutnyk, J. and R. Kaur (eds.) Travel-Worlds: Journeys in Contemporary Cultural Politics, pp.120-136, London, Zed Books.
1998 A-part of the community? The politics of representation and a Muslim schools application for state funding, Innovation: the European Journal of the Social Sciences, 11 (4), pp.451-470.
1998 The Mosque-Centre, Community-Mosque: multi-functions, funding and the reconstruction of Islam in Bradford, The Scottish Journal of Religious Studies, 19 (2), pp. 211-227.
1998 An Underclass in Purdah: discrepant representations of identity and the experiences of Young-British-Asian-Muslim-Women, Bulletin of the John Rylands University Library of Manchester, 80 (3), pp. 89-106.
1996 In the Name of the Umma: Globalisation, Race Relations and Muslim Identity Politics in Bradford, in Shadid, W.A.R. and P.S. van Koningsveld (eds.) Political Participation and Identities of Muslims in Non-Muslim States, Kampen, The Netherlands, Kok Pharos, pp. 206-228.