Links & Resources

Links:

Arab American News – http://www.arabamericannews.com/news/

Center for Arab American Studies at the University of Michigan-Dearborn – http://www.casl.umd.umich.edu/caas/

Council on American-Islamic Relations, Michigan –  http://www.cairmichigan.org/

Council of Islamic Organizations of Michigan – http://ciomonline.com/

Institute for Social Policy and Understanding – http://ispu.org/

Islamic Studies Program of the University of Michigan – http://www.umich.edu/~iinet/isp/

Muslim Observer – http://muslimmedianetwork.com/mmn/

Publications by BIID Team Members:

Bilici, Mucahit

2008

Finding Mecca in America: American Muslims and Cultural Citizenship. Ph.D. Dissertation, Rackham Graduate School, University of Michigan.  http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/bitstream/2027.42/60870/1/mbilici_1.pdf

2011

“Homeland Insecurity: How Immigrant Muslims Naturalize America in Islam”, Comparative Studies in Society and History, (53:3).

Finding Mecca in America: American Muslims and Cultural Citizenship. University of Chicago Press: Chicago.

Howell, Sally

2000

“Finding the Straight Path: A Conversation with Mohsen and Lila Amen about Faith, Life, and Family in Dearborn.” Arab Detroit: From Margin to Mainstream, Nabeel Abraham and Andrew Shryock, eds. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

2007

Mosques, History.” Encyclopedia of Islam in the United States. Jocelyn Cesare ed. Westport: Greenwood Press. http://www.abc-clio.com/product.aspx?id=56674.

The Federation of Islamic Associations of North America and Canada (1954-1981).” Encyclopedia of Islam in the United States. Jocelyn Cesare ed. Westport: Greenwood Press.

“Detroit: History and Development.” Encyclopedia of Islam in the United States. Jocelyn Cesare ed. Westport: Greenwood Press.

2009

Inventing the American Mosque: Early Muslims and Their Institutions in Detroit, 1910-1980. Ph.D. Dissertation, Rackham Graduate School, University of Michigan. http://deepblue.lib.umich.edu/handle/2027.42/64728

2010

“Competing for Muslims: New Strategies for Urban Renewal in Detroit,” for Islamophobia/Islamophilia: Rethinking the Politics of Enemy and Friend, edited by Andrew Shryock, Indiana University Press.

“Federation of Islamic Associations in the United States and Canada.”  Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History. Edward Curtis ed. Facts on File: New York, 2010. http://www.infobasepublishing.com/Bookdetail.aspx?ISBN=0816075751

“Mohammed Jawad Chirri.” Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History. Edward Curtis ed. Facts on File: New York, 2010.

“Hussein Karoub.” Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History. Edward Curtis ed. Facts on File: New York, 2010.

“Vehbi Ismail.” Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History. Edward Curtis ed. Facts on File: New York, 2010.

2011

“Muslims as Moving Targets: External Scrutiny and Internal Critique in Detroit’s Mosques.” In Arab Detroit 9/11: Life in the Terror Decade. Nabeel Abraham, Sally Howell, and Andrew Shryock eds. Wayne State University Press.

“(Re)Bounding Islamic Charitable Giving in the Terror Decade”, UCLA Journal of Islamic and Near Eastern Law, (11:1).

Howell, Sally and Amaney Jamal

2008

“Detroit Exceptionalism and the Limits of Political Incorporation.” In Being and Belonging: Ethnography in American Muslim and Middle Eastern Populations after 9/11. Katherine Ewing  ed. New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press.

2009

“Belief and Belonging.” in Citizenship and Crisis: Arab Detroit after 9/11. Wayne Baker, Sally Howell, Amaney Jamal, Ann Lin, Andrew Shryock, Ronald Stockton, and Mark Tessler. Russell Sage Foundation Press: New York, 2009. https://www.russellsage.org/publications/citizenship-and-crisis

“The Aftermath of the 9/11 Attacks.” In Citizenship and Crisis: Arab Detroit after 9/11. DAAS Team. Russell Sage Foundation Press: New York, 2009.

Howell, Sally and Andrew Shryock

2003

“Cracking Down on Diaspora: Arab Detroit and America’s ‘War on Terror’”. Anthropological Quarterly, 763, 443.

2010

“Detroit, Michigan.” Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History. Edward Curtis ed. Facts on File: New York, 2010.

Howell, Sally and Nahed Zehr

2010

“Ashura.”  Encyclopedia of Muslim-American History. Edward Curtis. Facts on File: New York, 2010.

Shryock, Andrew

2002

“New Images of Arab Detroit: Seeing Otherness and Identity through the Lens of September 11.” American Anthropologist 104: 917-922.

2004

“In the Double Remoteness of Arab Detroit: Reflections on Ethnography, Culture Work, and the Intimate Disciplines of Americanization.” In Off Stage/On Display: Intimacy and Ethnography in the Age of Public Culture, edited by Andrew Shryock. Palo Alto: Stanford University Press.

2007

“Finding Islam in Detroit: The Multiple Histories, Identities, and Locations of a City and Its Muslims.” Available at the France-Stanford Center for International Studies, Stanford University. http://stanford.edu/dept/france-stanford/Conferences/Islam/Shryock.pdf

2008

“The Moral Analogies of Race: Arab American Identity, Color Politics, and the Limits of Racial Citizenship,” in Race and Arab Americans Before and After 9/11: From Invisible Citizens to Visible Subjects, edited by Amaney Jamal and Nadine Naber.  Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.

“On Discipline and Inclusion.” In Being and Belonging: Ethnography in American Muslim and Middle Eastern Populations after 9/11. Katherine Ewing, ed.  New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press.

Shryock, Andrew, and Nabeel Abraham

2000

“On Margins and Mainstreams.” In Arab Detroit: From Margin to Mainstream, edited by Nabeel Abraham and Andrew Shryock. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Shryock, Andrew and Wayne Baker

2009

“Citizenship and Crisis.” In Citizenship and Crisis: Arab Detroit after 9/11. DAAS Team. New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press.

Shryock, Andrew and Ann Lin

2009

“Arab American Identities in Question.” In Citizenship and Crisis: Arab Detroit after 9/11. DAAS Team. New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press.

“The Limits of Citizenship.” In In Citizenship and Crisis: Arab Detroit after 9/11. DAAS Team. New York: Russell Sage Foundation Press.

Shryock, Andrew, Nabeel Abraham  and Sally Howell

2011

The New Order and its Forgotten Histories.” In Arab Detroit 9/11: Life in the Terror Decade. Abraham, Howell and Shryock eds. Wayne State University Press: Detroit.

“The Terror Decade in Arab Detroit: An Introduction.” In Arab Detroit 9/11: Life in the Terror Decade. Abraham, Howell and Shryock eds. Wayne State University Press: Detroit.

Works on Detroit’s Muslim Populations

Abdo, Geneive. 2006. Mecca and Main Street: Muslim Life in America after 9/11. New York: Oxford University Press.

Abiva, Hussein. 2005. “Baba Rexheb: A Sufi Saint for America”, presented at the First Symposium on Bektashi-Alevism at Suleyman Demirel University, 2005. Posted at http://www.bektashi.net/bio-babarexheb.html.

Abraham, Nabeel. 2000. “Arab Detroit’s ‘American’ Mosque.” In Arab Detroit: From Margin to Mainstream, Abraham and Andrew Shryock, eds. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Abraham, Nabeel and Andrew Shryock. 2000. Arab Detroit: From Margin to Mainstream. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Abusharaf, Rogaia. 2002. Wanderings: Sudanese Migrants and Exiles in North America. Ithica: Cornell University Press.

Alawan, Raad. 2005. New Beginnings: The Story of the Islamic Center of America. Documentary video. Dearborn: Islamic Center of America.

Ali, Mehvash. 2006. Impact of Acculturation, Ethnic Identity, Religiosity, and Individual Difference Variables on the Subjective well-being of Pakistani Muslims in the United States . Ph.D. Dissertation , Department of Psychotherapy, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

Aswad, Barbara and Barbara Bilge. 1996. Family and Gender among American Muslims: Issues Facing Middle Eastern Immigrants and Their Descendants. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Bagby, Ihsan. 2004. A Portrait of Detroit Mosques: Muslim Views on Policy, Politics and Religion.Institute for Social Policy and Understanding, Clinton Township, MI.

_____.  2007. “Second-Generation Muslim Immigrants in Detroit Mosques: The Second Generation’s Search for their Place and Identity in the American Mosque.” In Passing on the Faith: Transforming Traditions for the Next Generation of Jews, Christians, and Muslims. James Heft ed. New York: Fordham University Press.

Bilge, Barbara. 1994. “Voluntary Associations in the Old Turkish Community of Metropolitan Detroit,” in Muslim Communities in North America. Edited by Yvonne Haddad and Jane Smith. New York: State University of New York.

Chopra, Karen McBeth. 1995. “A Forgotten Minority: Historical and Current Discrimination Against Asians from the Indian Subcontinent.” Detroit College of Law Review, 1269: Winter.

Curtis, Edward. 2002. Islam in Black America: Identity, Liberation, and Difference in African-American Islamic Thought. Albany: State University of New York Press.

_____. 2009. Muslims in America: A Short History. New York: Oxford University Press.

Curtis, R. M. 1994. “Urban Muslims: The Formation of the Dar ul-Islam Movement.” In Muslim Communities in North America. Edited by Yvonne Haddad and Jane Smith. New York: State University of New York.

DAAS Team (Wayne Baker, Sally Howell, Amaney Jamal, Ann Lin, Andrew Shryock, Ronald Stockton, and Mark Tessler). 2009. Citizenship and Crisis: Arab Detroit after 9/11. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Elkholy, A. A. 1966. The Arab Moslems in the United States: Religion and Assimilation. New Haven: College & University Press.

Evanzz, Karl. 2001. The Messenger: The Rise and Fall of Elijah Muhammad. New York: Vintage.

Ghanea Bassiri, Kambiz. 2010.  A History of Islam in America: From the New World to the New World Order. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Ismail, Vehbi. 1958. “Islam and the Federation,” The Moslem Life, VI, 3:22-33.

Jamal, Amaney. 2005.    “Mosques, Collective Identity, and Gender Differences among Arab American  Muslims,” in Journal of Middle Eastern Women’s Studies. Winter 2005: 1,1:53-78.

Makdisi, Nadim. 1959. “The Moslems of America,” in The Christian Century. Aug. 26:969-971.

Makled, Hussein. 1990. “The Founding of the Islamic Center of America.” Hussein Makled Collection, Bentley Historical Library.

Qazwini, Hassan and Brad Crawford. 2007. American Crescent: A Muslim Cleric on the Power of His Faith, the Struggle Against Prejudice, and the Future of Islam in America. New York: Random House.

Sadiq, Mufti Mohammed. 1921a. “One Year’s Molsem Missionary Work in America.” Moslem Sunrise: 1(1):12.

Swanson, Jon. 1988. “Sojourners and Settlers in Yemen and America.” In Sojourners and Settlers: The Yemeni Immigrant Experience. Jonathan Freidlander ed. Provo: University of Utah Press.

Terry, Janice. 1999. “Community and Political Activism Among Arab Americans in Detroit.” In Arabs in America: Building a New Future? edited by Michael Suleiman. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.

Trix, F. 1993. Spiritual discourse: Learning with an Islamic Master. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.

_____. 1994. “The Bektashi Tekke and the Sunni Mosque of Albanian Muslims in America,”

_____. 1988. Tuning the Heart: Language Attunement of Master and Student in an Islamic Monastery

_____. 2001. Albanians in Michigan: A Proud People from Southeast Europe. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press.

_____. 2009. The Sufi Journey of Baba Rexheb.  Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania.

Turner, Jennifer. 2009. Blocking Faith, Freezing Charity: Chilling Islamic Charitable Giving in the “War on Terrorism Financing.” New York: American Civil Liberties Union.

Walbridge, Linda. 1994. “The Shi`a Mosques and their Congregations in Dearborn.”  In Muslim Communities in North America, Yvonne Haddad and Jane Smith, Eds. New York: State University of New York.

_____. 1997. Without Forgetting the Imam: Lebanese Shiism in an American Community. Detroit: Wayne State University Press.

Wasfi, A. A. 1971. An Islamic-Lebanese Community in U.S.A: a Study in Cultural Anthropology. Beirut: Beirut Arab University.

Weiner, Isaac. 2009. “Calling Everyone to Pray: Placing Muslims in Hamtramck, Michigan.” In Religion Out Loud: Religious Sound, Public Space, and American Pluralism. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Religious Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Wigle, Laura. 1974. “An Arab Muslim Community in Michigan”, in Arabic-Speaking Communities in American Cities. Barbara Aswad, ed. New York: Center for Migration Studies.

Wolf, C. Umhau. 1960.   “Muslims in the Midwest,” in The Muslim World,50:39-48.