Coll., Dossier “Gülen Movement”, Sociology of Islam Journal, 2014, vol. 1, n°3-4.

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Dossier

Perspectives on the Gülen Movement — Gary Wood ; Tugrul Keskin, p. 127 –130

Approaching a Sociology of Fethullah Gülen — Joshua D. Hendrick, p. 131 –144

“Is Hizmet Liberal?” Mediations and Disciplines of Islam and Liberalism among Gülen Organizations in Istanbul — Jeremy F. Walton, p. 145 –164

The Netherlands and the Gülen movement — Martin van Bruinessen, p. 165 –187

The Sohbet: Talking Islam in Turkey — Smita Tewari Jassal, p. 188 –208

Said Nursi’s Notion of ‘Sacred Science’: Its Function and Application in Hizmet High School Education — Caroline Tee ; David Shankland, p. 209 –232

Translocal Ethics: Hizmet Teachers and the Formation of Gülen-inspired Schools in Urban Tanzania — Kristina Dohrn, p. 233 –256

What is the Hizmet Movement? Contending Approaches to the Analysis of Religious Activists In World Politics — Sabine Dreher, p. 257 –275

Compte-rendus

Book Review: The Anthropology of Islam Reader, edited by Jens Kreinath — Michael Vicente Perez, p. 277 –280

Book Review: God’s Century, written by Monica D. Toft, Daniel Philpott, and Timothy S. Shah — Turan Kayaoğlu, p. 281 –283

Book Review: The Headscarf Controversy: Secularism and Freedom of Religion, edited by Hilal Elver — Z. Fareen Parvez, p. 284 –286

Book Review: Democracy, Islam, and Secularism in Turkey, edited by Ahmet T. Kuru and Alfred Stepan — Mustafa Gökçek, p. 287 –289

Book Review: Connected in Cairo: Growing Up Cosmopolitan in the Modern Middle East, written by Mark A. Peterson — Kendra Salois, p. 290 –292

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