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    • Gathering Kilburn: The everyday production of community in a diverse London neighbourhood 

      Samanani, Farhan (2017-11-23)
      This thesis presents an ethnographic account of the everyday meanings and processes associated with the idea of ‘community’ within the London neighbourhood of Kilburn. In policy and popular discourse, community is cast ...
    • "Halal" Intimacy: Love, Marriage and Polygamy in Contemporary Malaysia 

      Mohd Razif, Nurul Huda (2017-12-01)
      This thesis illustrates how love, legality, money, sex(uality) and sin direct Malays’ marital strategies in the face of various social, moral, religious and structural pressures. Passionate love (cinta) is cherished and ...
    • Interview 

      Ahmed, Akbar; Macfarlane, Alan (2004-08-11)
      Akbar Ahmed describes his family background, life as a colonial officer in Pakistan, and role as an analyst and spokeman for Islamic civilization.
    • Interview of Clifford Geertz 

      Geertz, Clifford (2004-06-18)
      Clifford Geertz talks of his later life in anthropology, including his fieldwork and writing methods. He describes the influence of various anthropologists and writers on his work.
    • Interview of Clifford Geertz 

      Geertz, Clifford (2004-06-18)
      Clifford Geertz talks of his childhood and education. He describes various important figures in American anthropology, and the influence of Weber. he describes his fieldwork in Indonesia and Morocco. He discusses what it ...
    • Masgid Mahmoudeya: Sheikh Hamed: Fajr Adhan 

      Kipervaser, Anna; On Look Films; LLC (World Oral Literature Project, 2010-08-19)
      Video & audio recordings of 6 muezzins reciting the adhan (Muslim call to prayer), with supporting photographs of muezzins and their respective mosques.
    • Masgid Sheikh Abdullah: Sheikh Mohamed: Adhan Recitation 

      Kipervaser, Anna; On Look Films; LLC (World Oral Literature Project, 2010-02-07)
      Video & audio recordings of 6 muezzins reciting the adhan (Muslim call to prayer), with supporting photographs of muezzins and their respective mosques.
    • Masgid Sultan Abu el-Eala: Sheikh Shaaban: Asr Adhan 

      Kipervaser, Anna; On Look Films; LLC (World Oral Literature Project, 2010-08-15)
      Video & audio recordings of 6 muezzins reciting the adhan (Muslim call to prayer), with supporting photographs of muezzins and their respective mosques.
    • Masgid Sultan Hassan: Sheikh Said: Adhan Recitation 

      Kipervaser, Anna; On Look Films; LLC (World Oral Literature Project, 2010-02-01)
      Video & audio recordings of 6 muezzins reciting the adhan (Muslim call to prayer), with supporting photographs of muezzins and their respective mosques.
    • Masgid Sultan Qansuh Al Ghury: Sheikh Antar: Asr Adhan 

      Kipervaser, Anna; LLC; On Look Films (World Oral Literature Project, 2010-08-10)
      Video & audio recordings of 6 muezzins reciting the adhan (Muslim call to prayer), with supporting photographs of muezzins and their respective mosques.
    • The nature of power in the Ottoman Empire 

      Macfarlane, Alan (2004-08-06)
      Against the background of the Topkapi Palace of the Sultans in Istanbul, Alan Macfarlane reflects on the nature of political and social power within the Ottoman Empire.
    • ‘The New Global Politics of Religion’: religious harmony, public order, and securitisation in the post-colony 

      Hussain, Iza Riana
      This article explores key concepts in legal reasoning on the issue of ‘religious harmony’ in Malaysia. It argues that the concept of religious harmony belongs to the realm of public order, and public order is indexed to ...
    • Omar Makram Mosque: Sheikh Ahmed: Adhan Recitation 

      Kipervaser, Anna; On Look Films; LLC (World Oral Literature Project, 2010-01-28)
      Video & audio recordings of 6 muezzins reciting the adhan (Muslim call to prayer), with supporting photographs of muezzins and their respective mosques.
    • Producing an Islamic institution: a London case study 

      Moses, Christopher (2018-07-20)
      This thesis constitutes a case study of how an Islamic institution in London is produced as an object of knowledge. It develops an argument by Maussen about mosques in Western Europe, which suggests that they ‘do not have ...
    • The puzzle of the Ottoman Empire 

      Macfarlane, Alan (2004-08-06)
      Between the Sophia and Blue Mosques in Istanbul, Alan Macfarlane briefly poses a puzzle concerning the development of the Ottoman Empire.