Islamic Youth Culture in Western Europe
Memory, Aesthetics, Art
The Making of Muslim Sacred Places and Urban Life
Muslim Saints, their Place and Space (Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam No. 8)
Historical and Civilizational Perspectives
(Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam 7)
More than any other particular line of inquiry, new historical and sociological approaches to the Axial Age revived the idea of comparative civilizational analysis and channeled it into more specific projects. A closer look at the very problematic place of Islam in this context will help to clarify questions about the Axial version of civilizational theory as well as issues in Islamic studies and sociological approaches to modern Islam. Contributors among others: Said Arjomand, Shmuel N. Eisenstadt, Josef van Ess and Raif G. Khoury.
Young Muslims in European Public Spaces
Continuities, Changes, Confrontations
(Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam 6)
Past and Present Crossroads of Events and Ideas
(Yearbook of the Sociology of Islam 5)
Georg Stauth teaches Sociology at the University of Bielefeld, Germany, and has widely published on Islam and Theory of Modernity.
Indonesia and Malaysia in the Nineteen-nineties
Maroccan Women and the Revision of Tradition