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Publikationer fra CEIT okt. 2007-dec. 2012

1. 2007, Jørgen S. Nielsen, Uddannelse og islam i en plural verden, Kritisk forum for praktisk teologi; 110, December 2007, pp.58-70.

2. 2007, Jørgen S. Nielsen, Udviklingen i shari’a og pluralistiske samfund, i Rubya Mehdi (ed.), Integration & retsudvikling; Copenhagen: Jurist- og Økonomforbundets Forlag, pp.207-216. (PR)

3. 2008, Safet Bektovic, “Religiøs modenhed i islam”, Kritisk Forum, no.114, pp.85-93. 

4. 2008, Safet Bektovic, “Lahore – kontrasternes by” I Tidsskrift om islam & kristendom, 2/2008. København, pp. 13-15. 

5. 2008, Safet Bektovic, ”Kierkegaard  og Iqbal. Broen mellem kristendom og islam”, i Tidsskrift om islam & kristendom, 2/2008. København, pp. 58-59.

6. 2008, Jørgen S. Nielsen, “Religion, Muslims and the state in Britain and France: from Westphalia to 9/11”, in Abdulkader H. Sinno (ed.), Muslims in western politics, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. 50-66. (PR)

7. 2008, Jørgen S. Nielsen, ”Islam and Europe”, book review article, Middle East Journal, 62, 2008, pp.144-148.

8. 2008. Thomas Hoffmann: “Homo Academicus Islamicus?” Futuriblerne (Selskab for Fremtidsforskning. Tema: Religion og Globalisering), dec. 2008, 36, no. 3-4, pp.36-39. (PR)

9. 2008. Thomas Hoffmann: “Muslims in Academia: New Stakeholders, Old Institutions, and the Future of Western Islam” Tidsskrift for Islamforskning (Theme: Islam and Education), no.3, pp.73-85. (PR)

10. 2008. Thomas Hoffmann: ”Farlige forbindelser – om religionskritik, jihad, terrorisme og andre (mis)ligheder (Dangerous Liaisons – on critique of religion, jihad, terrorism and other (dis)similiarities), in Ida Crone & Malene Busk (eds.) Gudløs,  Copenhagen: Tiderne Skifter, pp.187-202. (PR)

11. 2008. Thomas Hoffmann: “”Hvis du ønsker fred, så forbered dig på krig!” – Kvababbelser og konflikter i kultur- og religionsforskningen” (If you wish peace, prepare for war! Issues and conflicts in cultural and religious studies), in Morten E.J. Nielsen & Kasper Støvring (eds.), Den borgerlige orden (The Order of the Centre-Right), Copenhagen: Gyldendal, pp.216-238. (PR)

12. 2008. Thomas Hoffmann: GADs Islamleksikon (GAD’s Islam Lexicon), J. Butler & T. Hoffmann (eds.), Copenhagen: GADs forlag.

13. 2008. Thomas Hoffmann: “Koranisk politik – sprog, temaer, metaforikker (Qur’anic Politics – language, themes, metaphors)”, in Peter Boe Christensen (ed.), Religionskritik, Copenhagen: Tiderne Skifter, pp.144-167. (PR)

14. 2008. Thomas Hoffmann: “Kvinden i Koranen (Woman in the Qur’an)”, ibid. pp. 168-193. (PR)

15. 2008. Thomas Hoffmann: “Concordia, discors or teach the conflicts,” Tidsskrift for Islamforskning (Theme: Research on Islam Repositioned – New Agendas in the Study of Islam and Muslims in a politicised research field), no. 2, pp.53-67. (PR) 

16. 2008. Thomas Hoffmann, “The Intercourse of Prayer. Notes on an erotic passage in The Arabian Nights and the Islamic Ritual Prayer”, in Bent Holm, Bent Flemming Nielsen and Karen Vedel (eds.), Religion, Ritual, Theatre, Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang, pp. 63-76. (PR)

17. 2008. Thomas Hoffmann, “Koranisk/kaotisk – kaosbegrebet i Koranen” (Qur’anic/chaotic – the concept of chaos in the Qur’an) in Chaos. Tidsskrift for religionshistorie, Nr. 49, 2008, pp. 75-94. (PR)

18. 2009. Jørgen S. Nielsen, ”Europe and the Arab world in the 20th century: behind the myths of the ‘West’ and ‘Islam’, in Stephen Goodwin ed., World Christianity in Muslim encounter: essays in memory of David A. Kerr, vol.2, London: Continuum, pp.145-159.

19. 2009. Jørgen S. Nielsen (chief editor) with Samim Akgönül, Ahmet Alibašič, Brigitte Maréchal, Christian Moe, Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, vol.1, Leiden: Brill.

20. 2009. Nadia Jeldtoft, ”Defining Muslims” in Jørgen S. Nielsen et al (eds.), Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, vol 1, Leiden: Brill, pp.9-14. (PR) 

21. 2009. Thomas Hoffmann, “The ’Moving’ Qur'an. A Cognitive Poetics Approach to the Qur'an,” in M. Nekroumi and Jan Meise (eds), Modern Controversies in Qur'anic Studies, Bonner Islamstudien, EB-Verlag, pp. 141-152. (PR)

22.  2009. Thomas Hoffmann, “The Poetics of Qur’anic Force Dynamics. Cognitive Poetics and Scripture”, in Roberta Sabbath (ed.) Sacred Tropes: Tanakh, New Testament, and Qur’an as Literature and Culture Leiden: Brill, pp. 65-76. (PR)

23. 2009. Thomas Hoffmann, “Neo-Orientalisme. Om orientalismens postmoderne mutationer” (Neo-Orientalism: on the postmodern mutations of Orientalism), review essay, Dansk Sociologi (thematic issue on Edward Said), nr. 3, 2009. (PR)

24. 2009. Safet Bektovic, “Christians and Muslims in Denmark: Possibilities for Mutual Recognition” in Stephen Goodwin ed., World Christianity in Muslim encounter: essays in memory of David A. Kerr, vol.2, London: Continuum, pp. 3101-310.

25. 2009. Safet Bektovic, “The role of philosophy in Islam today”, in Tidskrift om islam & kristendom, 1/2009, Copenhagen, pp. 12-17.

26. 2009. Safet Bektovic, “Serbia and Montenegro: Kierkegaard as a Post-Metaphysical Philosopher”, in Jon Stewart ed. Kierkegaard’s Inernational Reception, Farnham: Ashgate 2009, Volume 8. pp. 323-328. (PR)

27. 2009. Safet Bektovic, “Er det den samme Gud” i Folkekirke og Religionsmøde, september 2009.

28. 2009. Gina Smith, ”Uddannelsesvalg i Senegal” (Educational choice in Senegal), Religion nr 2, juni pp.10-19.

29. 2010. Jørgen S. Nielsen and Lisbet Christoffersen (eds.), Shari’a as discourse: Legal traditions and the encounter with Europe, Farnham: Ashgate. (PR)

30. 2010. Jørgen S. Nielsen, “Shari’a between renewal and tradition”, in Jørgen S. Nielsen and Lisbet Christoffersen (eds.), Shari’a as discourse: Legal traditions and the encounter with Europe, Farnham: Ashgate, pp.1-14. (PR)

31. 2010. Jørgen S. Nielsen, “The development of the cartoons crisis – a Danish perspective”, in Arnim Heinemann, Olfa Lamloum and Anne F. Weber (eds), The Middle East in the Media: Conflict, censorship and public opinion, London: Saqi, pp.17-34.

32. 2010. Lissi Rasmussen, Livshistorier og kriminalitet: En empirisk undersøgelse af etniske minoritetsunge i Københavns Fængsler, deres baggrund, status og fremtid. Hvilke kommunikationsmuligheder er der? (Personal narratives and crime: An empirical study of ethnic minority youth in Copenhagen Prisons, their background, status and future. What openings are there for communication?), Copenhagen: Centre for European Islamic Thought, pp.236 (PR)

33.  2010. Jørgen S. Nielsen, “Islam and law in the Nordic countries in the 21st century: Challenges and new perspectives,” in Lisbet Christoffersen, Kjell Å. Modéer and Svend Andersen (eds), Law and religion in the 21st century – Nordic perspectives, Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing, pp.505-524. (PR)

34.  2010. Jørgen S. Nielsen, “Danish cartoons and Christian-Muslim relations in Denmark”, Exchange, vol.39, pp. 217-235. (PR)

35. 2010. Jørgen S. Nielsen (chief editor) with Samim Akgönül, Ahmet Alibašič, Brigitte Maréchal, Christian Moe, Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, vol.2, Leiden: Brill.

36. 2010. Riem Spielhaus, “Media making Muslims: the construction of a Muslim community in Germany through media debate”, Contemporary Islam, vol 4(1), pp.11-27. (PR)

37. 2010. Riem Spielhaus and Yasemin Shooman, “The Concept of the Muslim Enemy in the Public Discourse”, in Jocelyne Cesari (ed), Muslims in Europe and the United States after 9/11. London: Routledge, pp.198-228. (PR)

38. 2010. Riem Spielhaus, “Hvordan Tysklands udlændinge er blevet muslimer”, TEOL-information, 42, 2010.

39. 2010. Riem Spielhaus, “Is there a Muslim Community? Research among Islamic Associations in Germany”, in Sainsaulieu, Ivan, Salzbrunn, Monika and Laurent Amiotte-Suchet (eds.), Faire communauté en societé. Dynamique des appartenances collectives, Rennes: Presses Universitaire de Rennes, pp.183-201. (PR)

40. 2010. Riem Spielhaus and Alexa Färber, “Zur Topografie Berliner Moscheevereine. Stadträumliche Voraussetzungen und urbane Kompetenzen der Sichtbarmachung”, in Alexa Färber (ed.), Stoffwechsel Berlin. Urbane Präsenzen und Repräsentationen. Berliner Blätter 53. Berlin: Panama Verlag, pp.96-111.

41. 2010. Riem Spielhaus, Anke Bentzin, Henner Fürtig and Thomas Krüppner (eds.), Zwischen Orient und Okzident: Studien zu Mobilität von Wissen, Konzepten und Praktiken. Festschrift für Peter Heine, Freiburg: Herder-Verlag.

42. 2010. Riem Spielhaus, “Institutionalisierung des Islam in Deutschland: ein Ergebnis von Angebot und Verweigerung”, in: Islam und Europa als Thema der Deutsch-Türkischen Zusammenarbeit VIII: Neue Formen des Dialogs zwischen Staat und Zivilgesellschaft; die Deutsche Islam Konferenz und der “Alevi Çaliştay”, pp. 50-60. (PR)

43. 2010. Safet Bektovic, two articles (”De muslimske samfund og deres møde med Vesten, ca. 600-1900” pp.75-85, and ”Islam og Vesten i nyere tid” pp.127-135) in  Sherin Khankan (ed.), Muslimernes Islam. Religion-kultur-samfund, Copenhagen: Pantheon.

44.  2010. Safet Bektovic, ”Før Muhammedkrisen – og efter. Hvad er der sket?”, preface to Oddbjørn Leirvik, Islam og kristendom. Konflikt eller dialog, Copenhagen: Religionspædagogisk Forlag, pp.9-21.

45. 2010. Safet Bektovic, ”Al-Jabris filosofiske analyse af den arabiske-islamiske fornuft,” Tidsskrift om islam & kristendom, no.2, pp.31-39.

46. 2010. Safet Bektovic, ”Islam and the West: Common background and philosophical challenges,” Tidsskrift om islam & kristendom, no.3, pp.43-45.

47. 2010. Safet Bektovic, “Religionskritik og selvkritik hos muslimer”, in Rapport fra den femte conference i Kristen-Muslimsk Samtaleforum (Aarhus: Folkekirke og religionsmøde), pp.14-21.

48. 2011. Jørgen S. Nielsen, Embedding Mahr in the European Legal System, ed. with Rubya Mehdi, Copenhagen: DJØF Publishing. (PR)

49. 2011. Jørgen S. Nielsen, Muslimani u Evropi, ed. with Samim Akgönül, Ahmet Alibašič, Brigitte, Maréchal, Christian Moe, Sarajevo: CNS (Center for Advanced Studies), Bosniak translation of Yearbook of Muslims in Europe. vol.2.

50. 2011. Jørgen S. Nielsen, “Islamin nousu Euroopassa” (The rise of Islam in Europe), in Tuomas Martikainen and Tuula Sakaranho (eds.), Mitä muslimit tarkoittavat?, Turku: Savukeidas, Kustannus, pp.11-30.

51. 2011. Nadia Jeldtoft and Jørgen S. Nielsen (eds.), “Methods in the study of non-organised Muslim minorities”, thematic issue of Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol.34, no.7 (July). (PR)

52. 2011. Jørgen S. Nielsen (ed.), Islam in Denmark: The Challenge of Diversity, Lanham MD: Lexington. (PR)

53. 2011, Jørgen S. Nielsen (chief editor) with Samim Akgönül, Ahmet Alibašič, Brigitte Maréchal, Hugh Goddard, Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, vol.3, Leiden: Brill.

54. 2011, Safet Bektovic, ”Sufisme som islamisk mystik,” in  Aksel Haaning (ed.), Mystik – i filosofi, religion og litteratur, Højbjerg: Forlaget Univers, pp.22-38.

55. 2011, Safet Bektovic, “European Islam in light of the Danish and Bosnian experience,” Tidskrift om islam og kristendom, juli, pp.18-31.

56. 2011, Safet Bektovic, ”Religious and secular challenges related to social justice,” Tidskrift om islam og kristendom, 2/2011, december, pp.12-15.

57. 2012. Jørgen S. Nielsen (ed.), Religion, Ethnicity and Contested Nationhood in the Former Ottoman Space, Leiden: Brill. (PR)

58. 2012. Safet Bektovic, Islamisk filosofi: Baggrund, problemstillinger og moderne udforminger, Frederiksberg: Anis.

59. 2012. Nadia Jeldtoft and Jørgen S. Nielsen (eds.), Methods and Contexts in the Study of Muslim Minorities: Visible and Invisible Muslims, London: Routledge. (PR)

60. 2012. Safet Bektovic (ed.), ‘(Post) modern Islamic philosophy: challenges and perspectives’, thematic issue of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 23,3 (July). (PR)

61. 2012. Birgitte Johansen and Riem Spielhaus, ‘Counting deviance: Revisiting a decade’s production of surveys among Muslims in Western Europe’, Journal of Muslims in Europe, 1 (2012), pp.81-112. (PR)

62. 2012, Niels V.Vinding and Lisbet Christoffersen,  Danish Regulation of Religion, State of Affairs and Qualitative Reflections, Copenhagen: Faculty of Theology. (PR)

63. 2012, Niels V. Vinding, ‘De fra folkekirken afvigende trossamfund: mellem flertalsdominans og mindretalstilpasning i den danske religionsmodel’, in H.R. Iversen, N. Kærgård & M. Warburg (eds.), Fremtidens Danske Religionsmodel, Copenhagen: Anis, pp.291-307. (PR)

64. 2012, Jørgen S. Nielsen, ‘Islamiske religion/stat modeller i nutiden’, in H.R. Iversen, N. Kærgård & M. Warburg (eds.), Fremtidens Danske Religionsmodel, Copenhagen: Anis, pp.121-34. (PR)

65. 2012, Riem Spielhaus and Ehab Galal (eds.), Global Media Journal, German edition, no.1 (spring/summer), thematic issue ‘Covering the Arab Spring: Middle East in the Media – Media in the Middle East’,

66. 2012, Niels V. Vinding, 'På jagt efter det religionsorganisatoriske felt,' TEOL-information, vol.2, no. 46, pp.25-28.

67. 2012, Rubya Mehdi, Werner Menski and Jørgen S. Nielsen (eds.), Interpreting Divorce Laws in Islam, Copenhagen: DJØF. (PR)

68. 2012, Jørgen S. Nielsen (chief editor) with Samim Akgönül, Ahmet Alibašič, Egdūnas Račius, Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, vol.4, Leiden: Brill.

69. 2012, Jørgen S. Nielsen, ‘Reflections on the role and training of imams and Islamic teachers for Europe’, in Ednan Aslan and Zsofia Windisch (eds,), The Training of Imams and Teachers for Islamic Education in Europe, Frankfurt a/M: Peter Lang, pp.91-101.

70. 2012, Jørgen S. Nielsen, ‘Islam and secular values in Europe: from canon to chaos?’, in Peter Cumper and Tom Lewis (eds.), Religion, Rights and Secular Society: European Perspectives, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 271-292. (PR)

71. 2012, Riem Spielhaus and Frédérique Ast, ‘Tackling doucle victimization of Muslim women in Europe: The intersectional response’, Mediterranean Journal of Human Rights, winter. (PR)

72. 2012, Riem Spielhaus, ‘ Counter-measures to religious discrimination: The example of a local initiative in Berlin’, in Frédérique Ast and Bernadette Duartes (eds.), Les discriminations religieuses en Europe: Droit et pratique, Paris: L’Harmattan, pp.237-254. (PR)

73. 2012, Riem Spielhaus, ‘Gender justice as a common value? Configurations of Islam in Germany’, in Kecia Ali, Juliane Hammer and Laura Silvers (eds.), A Jihad for Justice: Honoring the Work and Life of Amina Wadud, pp. 93-104.

74. 2013. Jørgen S. Nielsen, Muslim Political Participation in Europe, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013. (PR)

75. 2013. Riem Spielhaus, ‘Clichés are funny as long as they happen on stage: comedy as political criticism,’ in Jørgen S. Nielsen, Muslim Political Participation in Europe, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2013, pp.299-338. (PR)

76. 2013. Jørgen S. Nielsen, “Religion im Vereinigten Königreich vom britischen Empire zum Commonwealth”, in Karlies Abmeier, Michael Borchard and Matthias Riemenschneider (eds.), Religion im öffentlichen Raum, Paderborn: Ferdinand Schöningh, pp.205-214.