The British Muslim Bookshelf
FOUNDATION TEXT
  • Gilliat-Ray, S. (2010) Muslims in Britain: An Introduction (Cambridge University Press)

CORE READING

  • Ahmad, W. & Sardar, Z. [Eds.] (2012) Muslims in Britain: Making Social and Political Space (Routledge)
  • Ali, N., Kalra, V. S. and Sayyid, S. [Eds.] (2006) A Postcolonial People: South Asians in Britain (Hurst)
  • Ansari, H. (2004) The Infidel Within: The History of Muslims in Britain, 1800 to the Present (Hurst)
  • Hamid, S. (2016) Sufis, Salafis and Islamists: The Contested Ground of British Islamic Activism (I. B. Tauris)
  • Hopkins, P. & Gale, R. [Eds.] (2009) Muslims in Britain: Race, Place and Identities (Edinburgh University Press)
  • Phillips, R. [Ed.] (2009) Muslim Spaces of Hope: Geographies of Possibility in Britain and the West (Zed Books)
  • Muir, H. et al (2004) Islamophobia: Issues, Challenges and Action (Trentham Books)

THE NEXT STEP:

  • Abbas, T. [Ed.] (2005) Muslim Britain: Communities Under Pressure (Zed Books)
  • Abbas, T. (2000) Images of Islam, Index on Censorship, Volume 29, Issue 5 September, pp.64 - 68
  • Ahmad, F. (2001) Modern Traditions? British Muslim Women and Academic Achievement, Gender and Education, Volume 13, Number 2, 1 June 2001 , pp.137-152(16)
  • Ahmed, A. S. (2003) Islam Under Siege (Cambridge: Polity)
  • Ahmed, N., Bodi, F. Kazim, R & Shadjareh, M. (2001) The Oldham Riots: discrimination, deprivation and communal tension in the United Kingdom (Islamic Human Rights Commission)
  • Akhtar, S. (1989) Be Careful with Muhammad: The Salman Rushdie Affair (London: Bellew, 1989)
  • Alam, M. Y. (1998) Annie Potts is Dead (Yorkshire: Springboard)
  • Alam, M. Y. (2002) Kilo (Yorkshire: Route)
  • Alexander, C. (2004) Imagining the Asian Gang: Ethnicity, Masculinity and Youth after "the Riots", Critical Social Policy 24(4) pp.526-549
  • Al-Jalili, Ismail (2004) Arab population in the UK: an ethnic profile http://www.naba.org.uk/content/theassociation/Reports/arabPopUK_04.htm
  • Allen, C. (2003) Fair Justice: the Bradford disturbances, the sentencing and the impact (Forum Against Islamophobia and Racism)
  • Ameli, S. R. (2002) Globalization, Americanisation and British Muslim Identity (ICAS Press)
  • Ansari, H. (2004) The Infidel Within: The History of Muslims in Britain, 1800 to the Present ( C. Hurst & Co)
  • Anwar, M. (1990) 'Muslims in Britain: Some Recent Developments', Journal: Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs 5(1) p.99-122
  • Anwar, M and Bakhsh, Q. (2003) British Muslims and State Policies (Warwick: Centre for Research in Ethnic Relations)
  • Archer, L. (2003) Race, Masculinity and Schooling: Muslim Boys and Education (Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill & OU)
  • Ballard, R. (2006) Popular Islam in northern Pakistan and its reconstruction in Urban Britain, in Malik, J and Hinnells, J. [Ed.] Sufism in the West (London: Routledge)
  • Barton, S. (1986) The Bengali Muslims of Bradford (Monograph Series, Community Religions Project, Department of Religious Studies, University of Leeds)
  • Benn, T. & Jawad, H. (2002) Muslim Women in the United Kingdom and Beyond: Experiences and Images (Leiden: Brill)
  • Bhattacharyyya, G., Ison, L. & Blair, M. (2003) Minority Ethnic Achievement and Progress in Education and Training (London: DES)
  • Burnett, J. (2004) Community, Cohesion and the State, Race and Class, vol. 45: pp.1 - 18
  • Burlet, S. and Reid, H. (1998) A gendered uprising: political representation and minority ethnic communities, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Vol. 21, Issue 2 March 1998 , pp.270 - 287
  • Cesari, J. (2003) Muslim Minorities in Europe: The Silent Revolution, in John Esposito and François Burgat [Eds] (2003) Modernizing Islam: Religion in the Public Sphere in the Middle East and in Europe (Rutgers University Press)
  • Dale, A., N. Shaheen, V. Kalra and E. Fieldhouse (2002) Routes into Education and Employment for Young Pakistani and Bangladeshi Women in the UK, Ethnic and Racial Studies 25(6): pp.942–68
  • Demaine, J. (1993) Racism, Ideology and Education: The Last Word on the Honeyford Affair? British Journal of Sociology of Education, Vol. 14, No. 4. (1993), pp.409-414
  • Fetzer, J. & Soper, J. C. (2004) Muslims and the State in Britain, France, and Germany (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)
  • Franks, M. (2000) Crossing the borders of whiteness? White Muslim women who wear the hijab in Britain today, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Vol. 23, No. 5, 1 September, pp. 917-929(13)
  • Gardner, K. & Shukur, A. (1994) "'I'm Bengali, I'm Asian and I'm Living Here": The Changing Identity of British Bengalis, in R. Ballard [Ed.] (1994) Desh Pardesh: The South Asian Presence in Britain (London: Hurst)
  • Geaves, R. (1996) Sectarian Influences Within Islam in Britain (Leeds: University of Leeds)
  • Geaves, R. (2000) The Sufis of Britain (Cardiff: Cardiff Academic Press)
  • Geaves, R. (2006) Learning the lessons from the neo-revivalist and Wahhabi movements: the counterattack of the new Sufi movements in the UK, in Malik, J and Hinnells, J. [Ed.] Sufism in the West (London: Routledge)
  • Gilliat-Ray, S. (2006) Educating the 'Ulama: Centres of Islamic Religious Training in Britain, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17(1) p.55-76
  • Glynn, S. (2002) Bengali Muslims: The New East End Radicals? Ethnic and Racial Studies 25(6): 969–88.
  • Halstead, M. (1988) Education, Justice and Cultural Diversity: An Examination of the Honeyford Affair, 1984–85 (London: The Falmer Press)
  • Harris, H. (2004) The Somali community in the UK: What we know and how we know it (Information Centre about Asylum and Refugees in the UK)
  • Haque, Z. (2000) The Ethnic Minority 'Underachieving' Group? -investigating claims of 'underachievement' amongst Bangladeshi pupils in British secondary schools, Race, Ethnicity and Education, Vol. 3. No. 2 June
  • Hussain, Ali J. (2007) The Media's Role in a Clash of Misconceptions: The Case of the Danish Muhammad Cartoons Harvard International Journal of Press/Politics, 10 2007; vol. 12: pp.112 - 130
  • Hussain, S. (2004) An Introduction to Muslims in the 2001 Census, University of Bristol http://www.bristol.ac.uk/sociology/ethnicitycitizenship/intromuslims_census.pdf
  • Jacobson, J. (1997) Religion and ethnicity: dual and alternative sources of identity among young British Pakistanis, Ethnic and Racial Studies, 20(2) April 1997 pp.238-56
  • Jacobson, J. (1998) Islam in Transition: Religion and Identity Among British Pakistani Youth (London: Routledge)
  • Joly, D. (1995) Britannia's Crescent: Making a place for Muslims in British Society (Aldershot: Avebury)
  • Kahani-Hopkins, V. and Hopkins, N. (2002) 'Representing' British Muslims: the strategic dimension to identity construction, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Volume 25, Issue 2 March 2002 , pages 288 - 309
  • Kalra, V. (2000) From Textile Mills to Taxi Ranks (Aldershot: Ashgate)
  • Khan, Z. (2000) Muslim Presence in Europe: The British Dimension - Identity, Integration and Community Activism, Current Sociology, 10 vol. 48: pp. 29 - 43
  • Kose, A. (1999) The Journey from the Secular to the Sacred: Experiences of Native British Converts to Islam, Social Compass 46(3), p.301–312
  • Kucukcan, T. (1999) Politics of Ethnicity, Identity and Religion: Turkish Muslims in Britain (Aldershot: Ashgate)
  • Kucukcan, T. (2004) The making of Turkish-Muslim diaspora in Britain: Religious collective identity in a multicultural public sphere, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, volume 24, number 2, pp.243-258
  • Kundnani, A. (2001) From Oldham to Bradford: the violence of the violated, Race & Class, 43, 2 pp.105-10
  • Kundnani, A. (2007) The End of Tolerance: Racism in 21st Century Britain (London: Pluto Press)
  • Kelly, Lynette (2003) Bosnian refugees in Britain: Questioning community, Sociology, vol. 37, no. 1, pp.35-49
  • Lewis, P. (2002) Islamic Britain: Religion, Politics and Identity among British Muslims (London: I.B. Tauris)
  • Lewis, P. (2007) Young, British and Muslim (Continuum International Publishing Group Ltd)
  • Malik, M. (2001) Islam in Europe: The Quest for a Paradigm, Middle East Policy 8, no. 2: pp.100–16
  • Marranci, G. (2011) Faith, Ideology and Fear: Muslim Identities Within and Beyond Prisons (Continnuum-3PL)
  • McLoughlin, S. (2005) The State, ‘new’ Muslim leaderships and Islam as a ‘resource’ for public engagement in Britain, in J. Cesari, J. and S. McLoughlin, [Eds.] European Muslims and the Secular State (Aldershot, Ashgate)
  • McLoughlin, S. (2008) Representing Muslims: Religion, Ethnicity and the Politics of Identity (London: Pluto Press)
  • Meer, N. (2006) "Get off your knees": print media public intellectuals and Muslims in Britain , Journalism Studies 7(1) p.35-59
  • Meer, N. (2008) 'The politics of voluntary and involuntary identities: are Muslims in Britain an ethnic, racial or religious minority?', Patterns of Prejudice, 42(1) pp.61 - 81
  • Mehmood, T. (1983) Hand on the Sun (London: Penguin)
  • Mehmood, T. (2003) While There is Light (Manchester: Comma Press)
  • Mirza. S. (2002) Laughter and the 11 September Disaster. ISIM Review: http://www.isim.nl/files/newsl_10.pdf (Shazia Mirza, British Muslim comedienne)
  • Modood, T. (1998) 'Anti-Essentialism, multiculturalism and the recognition of religious groups', Journal of Political Philosophy 6:4 p.178-199
  • Modood, T. (2003) Muslims and the Politics of Difference, Political Quarterly 74(1): pp.100-115
  • Modood, T. (2005) Multicultural Politics: Racism, Ethnicity and Muslims in Britain (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press)
  • Modood, T. (2007) Multiculturalism (Cambridge: Polity)
  • Modood, T. (2006) Ethnicity, Muslims and higher education entry in Britain, Teaching in Higher Education, Vol. 11, No 2, April, pp. 247-250(4)
  • Modood, T. & Ahmad, F. (2007) British Muslim Perspectives on Multiculturalism, Theory, Culture & Society, 3, vol. 24: pp.187 - 213
  • Muslim Council of Britain (2002) The Quest for Sanity: reflection on September 11 and the aftermath (MCB)
  • Muslim Council of Britain (2006) Voices from the Minarets, http://www.mcb.org.uk/uploads/vfm.pdf
  • Nawaz, Aki (2002) Fun da Mental: Radical Music, Political Protest, ISIM Review: http://www.isim.nl/files/newsl_11.pdf
  • Nielsen, J. (2004) Muslims in Western Europe: Third Edition (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press)
  • Office for National Statistics (2004) Focus on Religion (London: Office for National Statistics)
  • Omaar, R. (2006) Only Half of Me: Being a Muslim in Britain (London: Viking)
  • Parekh, B. (2000) Rethinking Multiculturalism: Cultural Diversity and Political Theory (London: Macmillan)
  • Pedziwiatr, K. (2007) Creating New Discursive Arenas and Influencing the Policies of the State: The Case of the Muslim Council of Britain, Social Compass, vol. 54: pp.267 - 280
  • Pedziwiatr, K. (2007) New Muslim Elites in the City; ISIM Review: http://www.isim.nl/files/Review_18/Review_18-24.pdf (About City Circle)
  • Performance and Innovation Unit (2002) Ethnic Minorities and Labour Markets: An Interim Analysis (London: Cabinet Office)
  • Peter, F. (2006) Individualization and Religious Authority in Western European Islam, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations 17(1) p.105-118
  • Petley, J. & Richardson, R. [Eds.] (2011) Pointing the Finger: Islam and Muslims in the British Media (Oxford: One World)
  • Poole, E. (2002) Reporting Islam (London: I B Tauris)
  • Poole, E and Richardson, J. E. [Eds.] (2006) Muslims and the News Media (London: I B Tauris)
  • Puwar, N. and Raghuram, P. [Eds] (2003) South Asian Women in the Diaspora (Oxford: Berg)
  • Quraishi, M. (2005) Muslims and Crime: A Comparative Study (Aldershot: Ashgate)
  • Ramji, H. (2007) Dynamics of Religion and Gender amongst Young British Muslims, Sociology, 12 2007; vol. 41: pp.1171 - 1189
  • Runnymede Trust (2003) Developing Community Cohesion: understanding the issues, delivering solutions (Runnymede Trust)
  • Sardar, Z. (2005) Desperately Seeking Paradise: Journeys of a Sceptical Muslim (London: Granta)
  • Seddon, M. S., Hussain, D. and Malik, N (Eds) (2003) British Muslims: Loyalty and Belonging (Leicester and London: The Islamic Foundation and the Citizen Organising Foundation)
  • Seddon, M.S., Hussain, D. and Malik, N. (2004) British Muslims between Assimilation and Segregation (Leicester: Islamic Foundation)
  • Shaw, A (2001) Kinship, cultural preference and immigration: consanguineous marriage among British Pakistanis The journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, Vol. 7, No. 2, pp.315-334
  • Shaw, A. (2000) Kinship and Continuity: Pakistani Families in Britain: 2nd Edition (London: Routledge)
  • Siddiqui, A. (2007) Islam at Universities in England (London: DFES)
  • Siddiqui, K. (1990) The Muslim Manifesto: A Strategy for Survival (London: The Muslim Institute)
  • Siddique, M. (1993) Moral Spotlight on Bradford (Bradford, M. S. Press)
  • Spellman, Kathryn (2004) A National Sufi Order with Transnational Dimensions: The Maktab Tarighat Oveyssi Shahmaghsoudi Sufi Order in London Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies Vol. 30, No. 5, pp.945-96
  • Van Dijk, T. A. (2000) New (s) racism: a discourse analytical approach www.discourses.org
  • Vertovec, S. (2002) Islamophobia and Muslim recognition in Britain, in Yvonne Haddad [Ed] Muslims in the West: From Sojourners to Citizens, (London: Oxford University Press)
  • Weller, P., Feldman, A. & Purdam, K. (2001) Religious discrimination in England and Wales (Home Office: http://www.homeoffice.gov.uk/rds/pdfs/hors220.pdf)
  • Werbner, P. (1996) The Making of Muslim Dissent: Hybridized Discourses, Lay Preachers, and Radical Rhetoric among British Pakistanis American Ethnologist, Vol. 23, No. 1 (Feb., 1996), pp.102-122
  • Werbner, P. (2000) Divided Loyalties, Empowered Citizenship? Muslims in Britain Citizenship Studies, Volume 4, Number 3, 1 November 2000 , pp.307-324
  • Werbner, P. (2002) Imagined Diasporas Among Manchester Muslims: The Public Performance of Pakistani Transnational Identity Politics (James Currey Publishers)
  • Werbner, P. (2004) Theorising Complex Diasporas: Purity and Hybridity in the South Asian Public Sphere in Britain, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 30:5 pp.895-911
  • Werbner, P. (2007) Veiled Interventions in Pure Space: Honour, Shame and Embodied Struggles among Muslims in Britain and France, Theory, Culture & Society, 3 2007; vol. 24: pp.161 - 186
  • Working Group on Forced Marriage (2004) A Choice by Right (London: The Home Office)
  • Yip, A. K. T. (2004) Negotiating space with family and kin in identity construction: the narratives of British non-heterosexual Muslims, in The Sociological Review 52:3 pp.336-350
     

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