1 Benjamin Soares & Filippo OsellaIslam, politics, anthropology.
2 Samuli SchielkeBeing good in Ramadan: ambivalence, fragmentation, and the moral self in the lives of young Egyptians.
3 Hatsuki Aishima & Armando SalvatoreDoubt, faith, and knowledge: the reconfi guration of the intellectual field in post–Nasserist Cairo.
4 Magnus MarsdenA tour not so grand: mobile Muslims in northern Pakistan.
5 Kai KresseMuslim politics in postcolonial Kenya: negotiating knowledge on the double–periphery.
6 Rosa De JorioBetween dialogue and contestation: gender, Islam, and the challenges of a Malian public sphere.
7 Lara DeebPiety politics and the role of a transnational feminist analysis.
8 Julie McBrienMukadas′s struggle: veils and modernity in Kyrgyzstan.
9 Irfan AhmadGenealogy of the Islamic state: reflections on Maududi′s political thought and Islamism.
10 Maimuna HuqTalking jihad and piety: reformist exertions among Islamist women in Bangladesh.
11 Daromir RudnyckyjMarket Islam in Indonesia.
12 Filippo Osella & Caroline OsellaMuslim entrepreneurs in public life between India and the Gulf: making good and doing good.
13 Gregory StarrettIslam and the politics of enchantment.
Benjamin Soares is an anthropologist and Senior Research Fellow at the Afrika–Studiecentrum in Leiden, The Netherlands. Soares′ publications include Islam and the Prayer Economy (2005) and two edited volumes, Islam and Muslim Politics in Africa (2007) and Muslim–Christian Encounters in Africa (2006).