- Title Pages
Chapter 1Why Shariʿa in Britain?
Chapter 2Transplanting Ties
Chapter 3Islamic Topographies
Chapter 4Background to the Shariʿa Councils
Chapter 5Improvising an Institution
Chapter 6Unstable Performativity
Chapter 7Competing Justifications
Chapter 8When Women Rule in Birmingham
Chapter 9Sufi Encompassments
Chapter 10Shariʿa in English Law
Chapter 11When Can Shariʿa Be British?
Chapter 12Internal Debates and Practical Convergences
- Princeton Studies in Muslim Politics
- On British Islam
John R. Bowen
- Princeton University Press
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