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  • Print publication year: 2013
  • Online publication date: August 2013

13 - Muslim Spaces and Mosque Architecture

Further Reading

Bayoumi, Mustafa, “Shadows and Light: Colonial Modernity and the Grand Mosque of Paris,” Yale Journal of Criticism 13:2 (2000): 267–292.
Ebaugh, Helen Rose, and Janet Saltzman Chafetz, Religion and the New Immigrants: Continuities and Adaptations in Immigrant Congregations (New York, 2000).
Gale, Richard, “Representing the City: Mosques and the Planning Process in Birmingham,” Journal of Ethnic & Migration Studies 31:6 (2005): 1161–1179.
Haider, G., “Brother in Islam Please Draw us a Mosque: Muslims in the West a Personal Account,” in Hyat Salam, ed., Expressions of Islam in the Buildings of Islam (Singapore, 1990), pp. 155–166.
Kahera, Akel Ismail, Deconstructing the American Mosque: Space, Gender, and Aesthchis (Austin, 2002).
Kahera, Akel Ismail, “Two Muslim Communities: Two Disparate Ways of Islamizing Public Spaces,” Space and Culture 10:4 (2007): 384–396.
Metcalf, Barbara, ed., Making Muslim Space in North America and Europe (Berkeley, 1996).
Sardar, Ziauddin, “Towards an Islamic Theory of the Environment,” Arts & the Islamic World 3:1 (1985): 12–24.
Sayeed, Asma, “Early Sunni Discourses on Women’s Mosque Attendance,” ISIMNewsletter 7:1 (2001): 10.
Serageldin, Ismail, and James Steel, Architecture of the Contemporary Mosque (London, 1996).