Publications

(Organized by last name of first author)

 

BOOKS, EDITED VOLUMES, SPECIAL ISSUES, and FILMS

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, 2018, co-editor, Special Issue Non-state registered marriages, The Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 7, 3 (with Rajnaara Akhtar and Rebecca Probyn).

Moors, Annelies, 2018, co-editor, Special Issue Unregistered Muslim Marriages: Regulations and Contestations, Sociology of Islam 6, 3 (with Rajnaara Akhtar and Rebecca Probyn).

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

 

Vroon-Najem and Wendy van den Wilgenburg, 2018, Trouwen voor Allah. Persoonlijke verhalen van bekeerlingen. Documentary, 50 min.

 

ARTICLES IN ACADEMIC JOURNALS and EDITED VOLUMES

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

 

Akhtar, Rajnaara, Rebecca Probyn, and Annelies Moors, 2018, ‘Informal Muslim Marriages: Regulations and Contestations, Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 8, 3.

Akhtar, Rajnaara, Rebecca Probyn and Annelies Moors, eds, 2018, Special Issue Non-state registered marriages. Introduction: Informal Muslim Marriages: Regulations and Contestations, The Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 7, 3: 367-75.

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

 

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

 

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

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: 381- 400. Pre-final version.

 

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

 

Moors, Annelies, 2019, “The trouble with transparency: Reconnecting ethics, integrity, epistemology, and power.” Ethnography 20.2: 149-169. Open Access.

Moors, Annelies, 2019, ‘No escape: the force of the security frame in academia and beyond’, in Nadia Fadil, Martijn de Koning, and Francesco Ragazzi, eds., Narratives of De/Radicalisation. Critical Approaches from Belgium and the Netherlands. Bloomsbury. pp. 245-259.

Moors, Annelies and Vanessa Vroon-Najem, 2019, Converts, Marriage, and the Dutch Nation-state: Contestations about Muslim Women’s Well-being’, in Marja Tillikainen, Mulki Al-Sharmani, and Sanna Mustasaari (eds.), Wellbeing of Transnational Muslim Families: Marriage, Law and Gender. London: Routledge.

Moors, Annelies, 2018, ‘Adopting a face-veil, concluding an Islamic marriage: autonomy, agency, and liberal secular rule’,  in Marie-Claire Foblets, 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.

Moors, Annelies, Rajnaara Akhtar and Rebecca Probyn, eds. 2018, Introduction: ‘Contextualizing Muslim Religious-Only Marriages’, Sociology of Islam 6, 3: 263-73. Pre-final version.

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

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

 

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, 2016, ‘Marriage Practices: Indonesia’, Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, ed. by Suad Joseph et al, Brill Reference Online. Pre-final version.

 

Sadegh Ibtisam, (2019) Third Country National. In: Bartolini A., Cippitani R., Colcelli V. (eds) Dictionary of Statuses within EU Law. Springer, Cham. Pre-final version.

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

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.

 

Shanneik, Yafa, 2017, “Shia Marriage Practices: Karbala as lieux de mémoire in London.” Social Sciences 6,3: 100-14. Open Access.

 

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.

 

SHORTER POPULARIZING PIECES and BLOG POSTS 

De Koning, Martijn, Annelies Moors en Thijl Sunier, 2018, De institutionalisering van het salafisme. Een bespreking. CLOSER: An anthropology of Muslims in Europe blog. Available online.

De Koning, Martijn, 2017, Muslim marriage in the UK. CLOSER: An anthropology of Muslims in Europe blog. Available online.

De Koning, Martijn, 2017, Tentoonstelling en documentaire: ‘Trouwen voor Allah – Persoonlijke verhalen van bekeerlingen’. CLOSER: An anthropology of Muslims in Europe blog. Available online.

De Koning, Martijn, 2017, ‘Ways of connecting to God’s will’ – Khola Hasan on connecting to nature, women’s issues and sharia council. CLOSER: An anthropology of Muslims in Europe blog. Available online.

De Koning, Martijn, 2016, Undercover Islamic Marriages in the Netherlands. CLOSER: An anthropology of Muslims in Europe blog. Available online.

De Koning, Martijn, 2016, Islamic marriages in the Netherlands and refusing to divorce – A wrongful act. CLOSER: An anthropology of Muslims in Europe blog. Available online.

 

Moors, Annelies and Martijn de Koning, 2018, De wetenschap, de NRC en de veiligheidsdiensten. CLOSER: An anthropology of Muslims in Europe blog. Available online.

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

Moors Annelies and Martijn de Koning, 2017, Een rechtvaardige academische cultuur: vertrouwen, vrijheid en veiligheid voor allen. CLOSER: An anthropology of Muslims in Europe blog. Available online.

Moors, Annelies and Martijn de Koning, 2017, Kom op Maarten, léés ons artikel!. JOOP. Available online.

 

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. Available online.

 

Sadegh, Ibtisam, 2019, ‘But where are you really from?’ Reflections of a Maltese Muslim on identity and belonging. Isles of the Left. Available online.

 

Zbeidy, Dina, 2017, Widowhood, Displacement and Friendships in Jordan. Refugee Hosts Blog. Available online.

 

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