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View Resource New Books in Islamic Studies: The New Pakistani Middle Class

In this episode of the New Books in Islamic Studies podcast, host SherAli Tareen speaks with Ammara Maqsood to discuss her book "The New Pakistani Middle Class" (Harvard University, 2017). Maqsood's book navigates the relationship between class and religious piety among the urban Pakistani middle class.

https://newbooksnetwork.com/ammara-maqsood-the-new-pakistani...
View Resource New Books in Islamic Studies: Varieties of American Sufism

In this episode of the New Books in Islamic Studies host Shobhana Xavier sits down with E. Bazzano and M. Hermansen to discuss their book "Varieties of American Sufism: Islam, Sufi Orders, and Authorities in a Time of Transition" (SUNY Press, 2020). This edited volume explores the various dimensions of Sufism across diverse Sufi communities in America.

https://newbooksnetwork.com/elliott-bazzano-varieties-of-ame...
View Resource New Books in Islamic Studies: Negotiating Languages

In this episode of the New Books in Islamic Studies podcast, host Kristian Peterson sits with Walter N. Hakala about his book "Negotiating Language: Urdu, Hindi, and the Definition of Modern South Asia" (Columbia University Press, 2016). Hakala "traces the long history of the construction of Urdu as a language of cultural and national identity."

https://newbooksnetwork.com/walter-n-hakala-negotiating-lang...
View Resource New Books in Islamic Studies: The Unforgettable Queens of Islam

In this episode of the New Books in Islamic Studies podcast, host Shobhana Xavier sits down with Shahla Haeri to discuss her book, "The Unforgettable Queens of Islam: Succession, Authority, and Gender" (Cambridge University Press, 2020). Haeri's book serves as a biography of the various Muslim women rulers and political leaders over the past several centuries.

https://newbooksnetwork.com/shahla-haeri-the-unforgettable-q...
View Resource New Books in Islamic Studies: The Loss of Hindustan

In this episode of the New Books in Islamic Studies podcast, host Samee Siddiqui speaks with Manan Ahmed Asif about his book, "The Loss of Hindustan: The Invention of India" (Harvard University Press, 2020). In his book, "Manan Ahmed Asif argues that Pakistan, Bangladesh, and the Republic of India share a common political ancestry: they are all part of a region whose people understand themselves...

https://newbooksnetwork.com/the-loss-of-hindustan