January 6, 2015 § 1 Comment

Forthcoming, next six months (including translations but not paperback editions):

– Joseph Massad, Islam in Liberalism (Chicago, January)
– Sheldon Pollock, Benjamin A. Elman, & Ku-ming Kevin Chang, eds., World Philology (Harvard, January)
– Navid Kermani, God is Beautiful: The Aesthetic Experience of the Qur’an, trans. Tony Crawford (Polity, January)
– Guy Burak, The Second Formation of Islamic Law: The Hanafi School in the Early Ottoman Empire (Cambridge, January)
– Elizabeth Sirriyeh, Dreams and Visions in the World of Islam: A History of Muslim Dreaming and Foreknowing (IB Tauris, February)
– Jeanne Favret-Saada, The Anti-Witch, trans. Matthew Carey (Hau, February)
– Sophia Rose Arjana, Muslims in the Western Imagination (OUP, February)
– S.R. Burge, ed., The Meaning of the Word: Lexicology and Qur’anic Exegesis (OUP, March)
– Jonathan Sheehan &┬áDror Wahrman, Invisible Hands: Self-Organization in the Eighteenth Century (Chicago, March)
– Samuli Schielke, Egypt in the Future Tense: Hope, Frustration, and Ambivalence before and after 2011 (Indiana, March)
– Abed Azzam, Nietzsche Versus Paul (Columbia, March)
– Hagar Kotef, Movement and the Ordering of Freedom: On Liberal Governances of Mobility (Duke, March)
– Brenna Bhandar &┬áJonathan Boldberg-Hiller, eds., Plastic Materialities: Politics, Legality, and Metamorphosis in the Work of Catherine Malabou (Duke, March)
– Jeanette Jouili, Pious Practice and Secular Constraints: Women in the Islamic Revival in Europe (Stanford, May)
– Agon Hamza, ed., Repeating Zizek (Duke, May)
– Etienne Balibar, Violence and Civility: On the Limits of Political Philosophy (Columbia, May)
– Jeffrey Sacks, Iterations of Loss: Mutilation and Aesthetic Form, al-Shidyaq to Darwish (Fordham, April)
– Muhsin al-Musawi, The Medieval Islamic Republic of Letters: Arabic Knowledge Construction (Notre Dame, April)
– Ahmed Fekry Ibrahim, Pragmatism in Islamic Law: A Social and Intellectual History (Syracuse, April)
– Seema Alavi, Muslim Cosmopolitanism in an Age of Empire (Harvard, April)
– Markus Dressler, Writing Religion: The Making of Turkish Alevi Islam (OUP, April)
– Roberto Esposito, Categories of the Impolitical, trans. Connal Parsley (Fordham, April)
– Sara Guyer, Reading with John Clare: Biopoetics, Sovereignty, Romanticism (Fordham, May)
– Winnifred Fallers Sullivan, Elizabeth Shakman Hurd, Saba Mahmood, & Peter Danchin, eds., Politics of Religious Freedom (Chicago, June)
– Avner Wishnitzer, Reading Clocks, Alla Turca: Time and Society in the Late Ottoman Empire (Chicago, June)


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