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Author Howe, Justine, 1981- author

Title Suburban Islam / Justine Howe
Published New York, NY : Oxford University Press, [2018]
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Description 1 online resource (xi, 301 pages)
Contents Approaching American Islam -- Building the Webb community -- Imagining religion and culture -- All-American Islam -- Honoring the Prophet, performing American Islam -- The Webb mawlid -- "I want to know the context" -- Debating religious pluralism in the Qurʼan -- "Islam is more than halal and haram" -- Fiqh as lived religion -- "Reading for kernels of truth" -- The Webb women's book club
Summary In Suburban Islam, Justine Howe explores the rise of ""third spaces, "" created by educated, middle-class American Muslims to challenge their exclusion from the American mainstream and to enact visions for American Islam different from those they encounter in their local mosques. Howe shows how third spaces have shaped not just the development of American Islam, but are also reshaping the rich religious landscape of America's suburbs
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from digital title page (viewed on January 16, 2018)
Subject Mohammed Webb Foundation (Lombard, Ill.)
Islam -- Illinois -- Chicago Metropolitan Area
Muslims -- Illinois -- Ethnic identiry
Muslims -- Illinois -- Chicago Metropolitan Area -- Social life and customs
Muslims -- Illinois -- Chicago Metropolitan Area
Islam.
Muslims -- Social life and customs.
Muslims.
RELIGION -- Islam -- General.
Illinois -- Chicago Metropolitan Area.
Illinois.
Form Electronic book
LC no. 2017030894
ISBN 0190258888 (electronic book)
0190258896 (electronic book)
0190863064 (electronic book)
9780190258887 (electronic book)
9780190258894 (electronic book)
9780190863067 (electronic book)
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