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merging from an international network project funded by the British Arts and Humanities Research Council and the Economics and Social Research Council, and research collaboration between academics and practitioners, Performing Islam is the first peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal about Islam and performance and their related aesthetics. It focuses on socio-cultural as well as the historical and political contexts of artistic practices in the Muslim world. The journal covers dance, ritual, theatre, performing arts, visual arts and cultures, and popular entertainment in Islam-influenced societies and their diasporas. It promotes insightful research of performative expressions of Islam by performers and publics, and encompasses theoretical debates, empirical studies, postgraduate research, interviews with performers, research notes and queries, and reviews of books, conferences, festivals, events and performances.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 1, Number 1, May 2012

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EDITORIAL
pp. 11-12(2)
Author: Salhi, Kamal

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Suluk Wujil and Javanese Performance Theory
pp. 13-34(22)
Author: Cohen, Matthew Isaac

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British Muslim Converts Performing 'Authentic Muslimness'
pp. 103-128(26)
Author: Moosavi, Leon

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