The revival of Islam in the Balkans

  title={The revival of Islam in the Balkans},
  author={Arolda Elbasani and Jean Monnet Fellow and San Domenico di Fiesole and Olivier Roy},
The revival of Islam in the Balkans : , The revival of Islam in the Balkans : , کتابخانه دیجیتال و فن آوری اطلاعات دانشگاه امام صادق(ع) 
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State-organised Religion and Muslims’ Commitment to Democracy in Albania

Abstract This article questions why, and indeed how, Muslims have committed to democratisation in post-communist Albania. The explanatory framework merges the theoretical insights of the moderation

Imperial inventories, “illegal mosques” and institutionalized Islam: Coloniality and the Islamic Community of Bosnia and Herzegovina

ABSTRACT Looking at the architectures of governance that have characterized the Islamic Community of Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH), this essay explores the ways in which imperial inventories of

Imagining Islam in Kosovo - The social construction of the Kosovar Muslim subject among European political actors

ABSTRACT Despite being a Muslim-majority society, Kosovo increasingly securitizes practising Muslims by politicizing the ostentatiously pious among them as a threat to Europe’s security and Kosovar

Reconstructing the past in a post-Ottoman village: Turkishness in a transnational context

This study analyzes transformations of historiography and identity discourses by focusing on the Memory House of Ali Rıza Efendi (the father of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk) as a “site of historical

Localized Islam(s): interpreting agents, competing narratives, and experiences of faith

This special issue investigates contemporary transformations of Islam in the post-Communist Balkans. We put forward the concept of localized Islam as an analytical lens that aptly captures the input

Salafi pluralism in national contexts: the secular state, nation and militant Islamism in Kosovo, Albania, and Macedonia

  • Shpend Kursani
  • Sociology
    International-Led Statebuilding and Local Resistance
  • 2020
ABSTRACT This article explores the question of how Albanian Salafi Muslims have engaged with and provided religious interpretations to issues peculiar to Albanians’ historical and sociopolitical

Crossing the Bosphorus: Connected Histories of “Other” Muslims in the Post-Imperial Borderlands of Southeast Europe

  • D. Henig
  • Sociology
    Comparative Studies in Society and History
  • 2016
Abstract Situated in the borderlands of Southeast Europe, this essay explores how enduring patterns of transregional circulation and cosmopolitan sensibility unfold in the lives of dervish

“Islamic cafés” and “Sharia dating:” Muslim youth, spaces of sociability, and partner relationships in Bosnia-Herzegovina

The paper explores forms of sociability and partner relationships among pious young Muslims in Sarajevo with a focus on the emic concepts of Islamic cafés (hospitality establishments perceived to

Reform, sekularisme og globalisering

Published: December 2016 Citation: Cecilie Endresen (2016). »Islam og Europa: Reform, sekularisme og globalisering». Internasjonal Politikk, 74, 4: 1–9.