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Managing Muslim Mobilities

Between Spiritual Geographies and the Global Security Regime

  • Editors
  • Anita H. Fábos
  • Riina Isotalo
Book

Part of the Religion and Global Migrations book series (RGM)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xix
  2. Introduction: Managing Muslim Mobilities—A Conceptual Framework

    1. Anita H. Fábos, Riina Isotalo
      Pages 1-18
  3. Histories

  4. Securitized Mobility, Politicized Presence

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 57-57
  5. Grasping the Transformation

  6. Conclusion

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 171-171
    2. Riina Isotalo, Anita H. Fábos
      Pages 173-185
  7. Back Matter
    Pages 187-214

About this book

Introduction

Fábos and Isotalo address the issue of forced migration and mobility in the Muslim world. Their work explores the tensions between Muslim religious conceptions of space and place and new policies of 'migration management' and secure borders.

Keywords

education Germany Iran Islam management migrants migration mobility transformation women work

About the authors

Leif O. Manger, University of Bergen, Norway Dawn Chatty, Oxford University, UK Francis Trix, Indiana University, USA Petra Kuppinger, Monmouth College, USA Oroub El-Abed, University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, UK Homa Hoodfar, Concordia University, CanadaLaura Hammond, SOAS, University of London, UK Abdurahman Sharif, Muslim Charities Forum, UK Laura Hammond, SOAS, University of London, UK

Bibliographic information

Reviews

"This is an extremely interesting and timely volume showcasing the wide variety of movement in the contemporary global environment. One of its strengths is the primarily focus upon movement within the Muslim world - a subject which is only recently starting to attract attention beyond scholars working on a specific case study. Managing Muslim Mobilities is certainly original in terms of the issues that it covers and the original research which mostly benefits from rich and detailed fieldwork." - Fiona McCallum, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews, UK