Publications

(Organized by last name of first author and chronologically)

Please note: officially the project ended 31-12-2019. We will, however, keep updating it when activities are planned and publications become available

BOOKS, EDITED VOLUMES, SPECIAL ISSUES, and FILMS

Akhtar, Rajnaara, Mulki al-Sharmani and Annelies Moors, 2020 forthcoming, Special issue on religious-only marriages in the global South, HAWWA, Journal of women in the Middle East and the Muslim world

Akhtar, Rajnaara, Rebecca Probert and Annelies Moors, 2018, co-editor, Special Issue ‘Non-state registered marriages’, The Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 7, 3.

Fadil, Nadia, Annelies Moors, and Karel Arnaut, under review. Special issue on making hijra, Contemporary Islam

Fadil, Nadia, Martijn de Koning and Francesco Ragazzi (eds.), 2019, Radicalization in Belgium and the Netherlands: Critical Perspectives on Violence and Security. London: Bloomsbury.

Hirsch, Susan, Ibtisam Sadegh and David Zammit, 2018, Special Issue ‘Religious Marriages in the Mediterranean’, Journal of Mediterranean Studies 27, 2.

McBrien, Julie, 2017, From Belonging to Belief: Modern secularisms and the construction of religion in Kyrgyzstan. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh University Press.

Moors, Annelies, Rajnaara Akhtar and Rebecca Probert, 2018, co-editor, Special Issue ‘Unregistered Muslim Marriages: Regulations and Contestations’, Sociology of Islam 6, 3.

Moors, Annelies, 2014, Waarom vrouwen ‘islamitische huwelijken’ aangaan. Wetgeving, seksualiteit en islam in Nederland en daarbuiten. Utrecht: FORUM Verkenningen. Open access.

Shanneik, Yafa, and Annelies Moors, eds., under review. Global Dynamics of Debating and Concluding Shia Marriages, Pittsburg University Press

Vroon-Najem, Vanessa and Wendy van den Wilgenburg, 2017, Trouwen voor Allah. Persoonlijke verhalen van bekeerlingen. Documentary, 55 min.
[for full list of Documentary presentations visit Vanessa Vroon-Najem’s researcher’s profile].

 

ARTICLES IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS and EDITED VOLUMES

Alloul, Jaafar, 2019. Book Review of Momentous mobilities: anthropological musings on the meanings of travel by Noel B. Salazar, New York, Berghahn Books, 2018, Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change. Open Access.

Alloul, Jaafar, 2019. ‘Can the Muhajir Speak? European Syria Fighters & the Digital Un/Making of Home’, in Fadil, Nadia, Martijn de Koning and Francesco Ragazzi (eds.), Radicalization in Belgium and the Netherlands: Critical Perspectives on Violence and Security. Bloomsbury Publishing. pp. 217-245. Chapter available.

Akhtar, Rajnaara, Rebecca Probert and Annelies Moors, 2018. ‘Informal Muslim Marriages: Regulations and Contestations’, The Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 7, 3: 367-375. Pre-final version.

Akhtar, Rajnaara, 2018. ‘Modern Traditions in Muslim Marriage Practices, Exploring English Narratives’, The Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 7, 3: 427-454. Open access.

Asgarilaleh, Tara and Annelies Moors. Under review, Laboratory sigheh: The (dis)entanglements of temporary marriage and third party donation in Iran, in Yafa Shanneik and Annelies Moors, eds. Global Dynamics of Debating and Concluding Shia Marriages, Pittsburg University Press

Abdelmonem, Angie, Rahma Bavelaar, Elisa Wynne-Hughes, and Susana Galán, 2016. ‘The ‘Taharrush’ Connection: Xenophobia, Islamophobia, and Sexual Violence in Germany and Beyond’. Jadaliyya. Open access.

De Koning, Martijn, Annelies Moors and Aysha Navest. 2020, in press. ‘On speaking, remaining silent and being heard: Framing research, positionality and publics in the jihadi field’, Jihadi Audiovisuality and its Entanglements: Meanings, Aesthetics, Appropriations, edited by Christoph Günther and Simone Pfeifer. Edinburgh University Press

De Koning, Martijn, 2019. ‘Routinization and Mobilization of Injustice: How to Live in a Regime of Surveillance’, in Fadil, Nadia, Martijn de Koning, and Francesco Ragazzi (eds.), Radicalization in Belgium and the Netherlands: Critical Perspectives on Violence and Security. London: Bloomsbury. pp. 197-216. Chapter available.

Fadil, Nadia, Annelies Moors and Karel Arnaut. Under review. Introduction:  “Hijra as a distinct regime of mobility?” Contemporary Islam

Fadil, Nadia, Martijn de Koning and Francesco Ragazzi, 2019. ‘Radicalization: Tracing the Trajectory of an “Empty Signifier” in the Low Lands’, in Fadil, Nadia, Martijn de Koning and Francesco Ragazzi (eds.), Radicalization in Belgium and the Netherlands: Critical Perspectives on Violence and Security. London: Bloomsbury. pp. 3-25. Chapter available.

Fadil, Nadia and Martijn de Koning, 2019. ‘Turning “Radicalization” into Science: Ambivalent Translations into the Dutch (Speaking) Academic Field’, in Fadil, Nadia, Martijn de Koning, and Francesco Ragazzi (eds.), Radicalization in Belgium and the Netherlands: Critical Perspectives on Violence and Security. London: Bloomsbury. pp. 53-79. Chapter available.

Fioole, Annerienke, forthcoming. ‘Evidently Married: Changing Ambiguities in Creating Family Ties in Morocco’, submitted to Hawwa: Journal of Women of the Middle East and the Islamic World. 

Hirsch, Susan, Ibtisam Sadegh and David Zammit, 2018. Editors’ Introduction: ‘Religious Marriages in the Mediterranean’, Journal of Mediterranean Studies 27, 2: 101-110. Pre-final version.

Johnson, Penny and Annelies MoorsForeign to Palestinian Society? ‘urfi Marriage,  Moral Dangers and the Colonial Present, Hawwa, journal of women in the Middle East and the Islamic World

Kisch, Shifra, Annelies Moors and Rahma Bavelaar. ‘The intimate politics of publicly staging ‘mixed couples’’, submitted to the European Journal of Cultural Studies.

Kisch, Shifra, under review. ‘Conversion as a gift: Palestinian Bedouin grooms and Romanian brides’, submitted to Ethnos: Journal of Anthropology. Pre-final version.

Kisch, Shifra, 2018. ‘Marriage conversions: Shari’a courts, Romanian brides and Palestinian Bedouin in-laws’, Journal of Mediterranean Studies 27, 2: 149-158. Pre-final version.

Kolman, Iris, 2018. ‘Beyond Non-Registration: Women Opting for Cohabitation in Tunis’. Sociology of Islam 6, 3: 381- 400. Pre-final version.

McBrien, Julie, under review. ‘On Mothers and Daughters-in-law Structure: Case Study in Context’ in David Montgomery (ed.), Central Asia in Context: A Thematic Introduction to the Region. Pittsburgh: Pittsburgh University Press.

McBrien, Julie, under review. ‘On Shame: Uiat in Kyrgyzstan and the troubled history of honor and shame in anthropology’. American Ethnologist.

Moors, Annelies. In press. ‘Women and marriage in the Middle East.’ Handbook on Women in the Middle East, edited by Suad Joseph and Zeina Zaatari. Routledge.

Moors, Annelies and Vanessa Vroon-Najem, 2020. ‘Converts, Marriage, and the Dutch Nation-state: Contestations about Muslim Women’s Well-being’, in Tillikainen, Marja, Mulki Al-Sharmani and Sanna Mustasaari (eds.), Wellbeing of Transnational Muslim Families: Marriage, Law and Gender. London: Routledge. Chapter available.

Moors, Annelies, 2019. ‘No escape: the force of the security frame in academia and beyond’, in Fadil, Nadia, Martijn de Koning, and Francesco Ragazzi (eds.), Radicalization in Belgium and the Netherlands: Critical Perspectives on Violence and Security. London: Bloomsbury. pp. 245-259. Chapter available.

Moors, Annelies, 2019. ‘The trouble with transparency: Reconnecting ethics, integrity, epistemology, and power’. Ethnography 20,2: 149-169. Open Access

Moors, Annelies, 2018. ‘Adopting a face veil, concluding an Islamic marriage: autonomy, agency, and liberal-secular rule’,  in Foblets, Marie-Claire, Michele Graziadei and Alison Dundes Renteln (eds.), Personal Autonomy in Plural Societies. A principle and its Paradoxes. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 127-140. Chapter available.

Moors, Annelies, 2018. Book review of In the Name of Women’s Rights: The Rise of Femonationalism by Sara R. Farris, Duke University Press, 2017, Journal of the American Academy of Religion. Open Access.

Moors, Annelies, Rajnaara Akhtar and Rebecca Probert, 2018. Introduction: ‘Contextualizing Muslim Religious-Only Marriages’, Sociology of Islam 6, 3: 263-273. Pre-final version.

Moors, Annelies and Martijn de Koning, 2018. Jihadisme aan de Amstel? Sociologisch Magazine 2: 24-26.

Moors, Annelies, Martijn de Koning and Vanessa Vroon-Najem, 2018. ‘Secular Rule and Islamic Ethics. Engaging with Muslim-Only Marriages in the Netherlands’, Sociology of Islam, 6, 3: 274-296. Pre-final version.

Moors, Annelies, 2017. ‘On Autoethnography’, Ethnography 18, 1: 387-389. Open Access.

Moors, Annelies, 2014. ‘Face veiling in the Netherlands: public debates and women’s narratives’, in Brems, Eva (ed.), The Experiences of Face Veil Wearers in Europe and the Law. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 19-41. Chapter available.

Moors, Annelies, 2013. ‘Unregistered Islamic marriages: Anxieties about sexuality and Islam’, in Berger, Maurits (ed.), The Application of Sharia in the West. Leiden: Leiden University Press, pp. 141-164. Chapter available.

Navest, Aysha, Martijn de Koning and Annelies Moors, 2018. Jihadbruiden? Hoe Nederlandstalige uitreizigsters naar Syrie trouwen. Zemzem: Tijdschrift over het Midden-Oosten, Noord-Afrika en islam 14, 2: 148-158.

Navest, Aysha, Martijn de Koning and Annelies Moors, 2016. ‘Chatting about marriage with female migrants to Syria: Agency beyond the victim versus activist paradigm’, Anthropology Today 32, 2: 22-25. Open Access.

Nisa, Eva, 2018. ‘The bureaucratization of Muslim marriage in Indonesia’, Journal of Law and Religion 33, 2: 291-309. Pre-final version.

Nisa, Eva, 2018. ‘Unregistered Marriages of Indonesian Migrant Workers in Malaysia’, Sociology of Islam 6, 3: 338-358. Pre-final version.

Nisa, Eva, 2016. ‘Marriage Practices: Indonesia’, Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, Joseph, Suad et al (eds.), Brill Reference Online. Pre-final version.

Sadegh, Ibtisam, 2019. ‘Third Country National’, in Bartolini, Antonio, Roberto Cippitani and Valentina Colcelli (eds.), Dictionary of Statuses within EU Law. Springer, pp. 583-590. Pre-final version.

Sadegh, Ibtisam, and David E. Zammit, 2018. ‘Legitimizing a Muslim Marriage in Malta: Navigating Legal and Normative Structures’, The Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 7,3: 498-518. Pre-final version.

Sadegh, Ibtisam and Julie McBrien, 2018. ‘Conference Report: Religious Marriages in the Mediterranean’, ZR&I – Zeitschrift für Recht und Islam/Journal of Law & Islam 10, pp. S139–S148. Open access.

Shanneik, Yafa, 2017. ‘Shia Marriage Practices: Karbala as lieux de mémoire in London’, Social Sciences 6,3: 100-114. Open Access.

Unal, Arzu, 2020 forthcoming, ‘Undoing patrilineality: New maternal families and the politics of naming.’ HAWWA: Journal of women in the Middle East and the Islamic World.

Vroon-Najem, Vanessa and Annelies Moors. Under review. ‘Making Hijra’: Im/Mobility, Religion and the Everyday Among Women Converts to Islam in the Netherlands, Contemporary Islam

Vroon-Najem, Vanessa, 2019. ‘Muslim Converts in the Netherlands and the Quest for a “Culture-Free” Islam’, Archives de sciences sociales des religions 2019/2, 186: 33-51. Pre-final version

Zbeidy, Dina, 2018. ‘Marriage Registration among Palestinians and Syrians in Jordan: Debating Identity, Society, and Displacement’, Sociology of Islam 6, 3: 359-380. Pre-final version.

 

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