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Publications

Hatem, Mervat: “Gender and Counterrevolution in Egypt.” Middle East Report 208 (Fall) 2013.

-- “What Do Women Want? A Critical Mapping for Future Directions for Arab Feminisms”. Arab Feminisms: Gender and Equality in the Middle East. Edited by Jean Said Makdisi, Noha Bayumi and Rafif Rida Sidawi. London: I. B. Tauris, 2014.

-- “Postcoloniality and the Gender Narratives of the January 25, 2011 Revolution in Egypt.” On Shifting Ground: Muslim Women in the Global Era. Edited by Fereshteh Nouraie-Simone (revised edition). New York: Feminist Press, 2014.

-- Revolutions, Crises of Modernities, and the Production of Gender Subjectivities in Egypt, Review of Middle East Studies 50 (1): 48-54, 2016
-- ”Revolutioner, modernitetskriser og produktion af kønssubjektiviteter i Egypten”.
 Islamic Studies Journal (Tidsskrift for Islamforskning) 11 (2), 2017.

Jung, Dietrich. “The ‘Ottoman-German Jihad’: Lessons for the Contemporary ‘Area Studies’ Controversy.” British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 41 (1), 2014.

-- “Foreign Fighters: Comparative Reflections on Syria and Spain,” Middle East Insights No. 132, Middle East Institute, National University of Singapore, September 2015

-- “Sociology, Protestant Theology, and the Concept of Modern Religion: William Robertson Smith and the ‘Scientification’ of Religion, Journal of Religion in Europe, 8: 335-364, 2015

-- “Turmoil in the Levant: Inconclusive Conclusions,” in: The Levant in Turmoil: Syria, Palestine, and the Transformation of Middle Eastern Politics. Beck, M., Jung, D. & Seeberg, P. (eds.), New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 191-210, 2016.

-- "The Search for Meaning in War:” Foreign Fighters in a Comparative Perspective. IAI Working Papers 16/02, February 2016, New-Med research network, Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome, 2016.

-- “Understanding the Multiple Voices of Islamic Modernities: The Case of Jihad,” Temenos. 52 (1): 61-85, 2016.

-- Modernity, Islamic Traditions, and the Good Life: An Outline of the Modern Muslim Subjectivities Project,” Review of Middle East Studies 50 (1): 18-27, 2016.
-- “Die Religion in der Moderne: Kritische Betrachtungen zum Begriff der postsäkularen Gesellschaft”, Neue Politische Literatur 62: 449-471, 2017.

-- Muslim History and Social Theory. A Global Sociology of Modernity, New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2017.

-- The Formation of Modern Muslim Subjectivities: Research Project and Analytical Stragey, Islamic Studies Journal (Tidsskrift for Islamforskning) 11 (2), 2017.

--(ed.) Modern Subjectivities in World Society. Global Structures and Local Practices, Palgrave Studies in International Relations, (together with Stephan Stetter), London, Palgrave MacMillan (2018).

--“Why Study Modern Subjectivities in World Society? An Introduction”, (together with Stephan Stetter), in: Modern Subjectivities in World Society. Global Structures and Local Practices, Palgrave Studies in International Relations, London, Palgrave MacMillan (2018): 1-21.

--“Modern Subjectivity and the Emergence of Global Modernity: Syntax and Semantics of Modern Times”, in: Modern Subjectivities in World Society. Global Structures and Local Practices, Palgrave Studies in International Relations, Palgrave MacMillan (2018): 45-62.

--The Multiple Faces of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk: Authority, Iconography, and Subjectivity in Modern Turkey, in: Reframing Authority. The Role of Media and Materiality, ed. by Laura Feldt and  Christian Høgel, Sheffield: Equinox: 207-228.

-- ”Kan islam og modernitet forenes?” Bagrund – online tidsskrift for kulturvidenskab (2018).

Jung, Dietrich, Martin Beck, and Peter Seeberg (eds.): The Levant in Turmoil: Syria, Palestine, and the Transformation of Middle Eastern Politics, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016.

Jung, Dietrich, Martin Beck, and Peter Seeberg: “Introduction: Political Turmoil and Social Transformation in the Levant,” in: The Levant in Turmoil: Syria, Palestine, and the Transformation of Middle Eastern Politics. Beck, M., Jung, D. & Seeberg, P. (eds.). New York: Palgrave Macmillan: 1-11, 2016.

Jung, Dietrich and Marie Juul Petersen. “’We Think that this Job Pleases Allah’: Islamic Charity, Social Order, and the Construction of Modern Muslim Selfhoods in Jordan. International Journal of Middle East Studies 46, 2014.

Jung, Dietrich, Marie Juul Petersen and Sara Lei Sparre: Politics of Modern Muslim Subjectivities. Islam, Youth, and Social Activism in the Middle East. New York: Palgrave MacMillan, 2014.

Jung, Dietrich and Klaus Schlichte: „Im Schatten der Gewalt: die vielen Gesichter des Islamischen Staat,“ in: Friedensgutachten 2016: Fluchtursachen in den Fokus: Verantwortung übernehmen, Münster: LIT Verlag: 194-206, 2016.

Jung, Dietrich and Klaus Schlichte: „Was wissen wir über den "Islamischen Staat"?, Wissenschaft und Frieden, 3: 21-25, 2016.

Jung, Dietrich and Kirstine Sinclair: "Modernitet og moderniteter: Subjektivitet og social orden i konstruktionen af islamiske moderniteter", Dansk Sociologi, 25(2), 2014.

Jung, Dietrich and Kirstine Sinclair: “Multiple Modernities, Modern Subjectivities, and Modern Order: Unity and Difference in the Rise of Islamic Modernities, Thesis Eleven 130 (1): 22-42, 2015.

Jung, Dietrich and Kirstine Sinclair: ”Modernitet, subjektivitet og religion. Hizb ut-Tahrirs forstillinger om den moderne muslim,” TEMP - tidsskrift for historie 12: 130-147, 2016.

Ledstrup, Martin “Nationalism and Nationhood in the United Arab Emirates,” New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2018.

-- “Book review: Coastal Works: Cultures of the Atlantic Edge.” Island Studies Journal 13 (1): 308-309, 2018.

-- “Everyday Nationhood and Interaction in the Emirate of Ras al Khaimah.” Journal of Arabian Studies 7 (2): 179-194, 2017.

-- “From refugee to employee: work integration in rural Denmark” (with Marie Larsen), Forced Migration Review 58: 14-16.
 

-- “In-Between Machines: The Global, Local, and Automobile Subjectivity Formation,” in Modern Subjectivities in World Society: Global Structures and Local Practices, edited by Dietrich Jung and Stephan Stetter, London: Palgrave: 193-211, 2018.

-- “Parentesen om det højrereaktionære: affolkningen møder flygtningestrømmen i det prekære liv.” Kultur og Klasse 126: forthcoming, 2018.

Mex-Jørgensen, Line: ”Den Egyptiske Revolution 2011 og Det gode liv - en analyse af slogans og sange”, 
Islamic Studies Journal (Tidsskrift for Islamforskning) 11 (2), 2017.

Pedersen, Gry Hvass: “The Role of Islam in Muslim Higher Education in India: The Case of Jamia Millia Islamia in New Delhi” Review of Middle East Studies 50 (1): 28-37, 2016.

Pedersen, Sofie: “Poster Children of Integration and the Question of Being a Good Danish Muslim: A governmentality-inspired analysis of how the Danish state uses ethnic minority role models”, Islamic Studies Journal (Tidsskrift for Islamforskning) 11 (2), 2017.

Sedgwick, Mark: “Cemeteries.” The Encyclopedia of Islam and Women. Edited by Natala J. DeLong-Bas. New York: Oxford University Press, 2013.

-- “Seyyid Hüseyin Nasr'ın düşüncesinde dört tema.” Modernizm ve gelenekselcilik arasında din. Edited by Şamil Öçal & Cevat Özyurt. Istanbul: Hece, 2013.

--"Freemasonry", Encyclopedia of Islam 3. Leiden: Brill, 2014.

-- “Sufis as ‘Good Muslims:’ Sufism in the Battle against Jihadi Salafism.” In Sufis and Salafis in the Contemporary Age, ed. Lloyd Ridgeon. London: Bloomsbury: 105-17, 2015.

-- “Sufism.” World Religions & Spirituality Project. Available wrs.vcu.edu/profile, 2015.
“The Making of a Sufi Saint of the Twentieth Century: Shaykh Ahmad al-‘Alawî (1869-1934).” Journal of the History of Sufism 6: 225-240, 2015.

-- “Salafism, the Social, and the Global Resurgence of Religion,” Comparative Islamic Studies 8 (2012-14): 57-70, 2015.

-- “The Support of Sufism as a Counterweight to Radicalization: An Assessment.” In Countering Violent Extremism among Youth, Marco Lombardi et al., eds. NATO Science for Peace and Security Series, vol. 118. Amsterdam: IOS Press,113-19, 2015.

-- Western Sufism: From the Abbasids to the New Age. New York: Oxford University Press, October 2016.

--“René Guénon and Traditionalism.” In The Cambridge Handbook of Western Mysticism and Esotericism, Glenn Arthur Magee, ed. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2016: 308-21.
-- “Radical Politics and Traditional Islam: From Ivan Aguéli to Hamza Yusuf.” Politica Hermetica 30: 84-93, 2016.

-- “Eclectic Sufism in Contemporary Cairo”, Islamic Studies Journal (Tidsskrift for Islamforskning) 11 (2), 2017.

-- “Sufi Religious Leaders and Sufi Orders in the Contemporary Middle East.” Sociology of Islam 6 (2018): 212-32.

-- “The Islamization of Western Sufism after the Early New Age.” Global Sufism: Practices, Narratives, and Boundaries, ed. Francesco Piraino and Mark Sedgwick. London: Hurst, forthcoming 2019.

-- “Is there Such a Thing as Islamic esotericism?” in: Hermes Explains: Thirty-Five Questions about Western Esotericism ed. by Wouter Hanegraaff, Peter Forshaw, and Marco Pasi, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, forthcoming 2019.

 -- “Western Sufism and Gnosis.” In The Gnostic World, ed. Garry Trompf, Gunner B. Mikkelsen and Jay Johnston. New York: Routledge, 2019, 527-36.

Sinclair, Kirstine: “Liberal Arts are an Islamic Idea”: Subjectivity Formation at Islamic Universities in the West, Review of Middle East Studies 50 (1): 38-47, 2016

-- ”Er klinisk psykologi brugbart, sheikh? En undersøgelse af subjektivitetsformation på islamiske universiteter i vesten”, Islamic Studies Journal (Tidsskrift for Islamforskning) 11 (2), 2017.

 

Last Updated 11.12.2018