CRR Special Issue: The Muslim Question

We are pleased to announce the publication of the April 2016 special issue of Critical Research on Religion (Vol. 4, No. 1) on the Muslim Question. Below you will find the table of contents. To access the full contents, click on the following link: http://crr.sagepub.com/content/current.

Editorial:
Critical theory of religion vs. critical religion
Warren S Goldstein, Rebekka King, and Jonathan Boyarin

Special Issue: The Muslim Question
Introduction
Re-posing the “Muslim Question”
Jennifer A Selby and Lori G Beaman

Articles:
Muslims’ integration as a way to defuse the “Muslim Question”: insights from the Swiss case
Matteo Gianni

Visibility, transparency and gossip: How did the religion of some (Muslims) become the public concern of others?
Valérie Amiraux

Exploring the intricacies and dissonances of religious governance: The case of Quebec and the discourse of request
Amélie Barras

“Muslimness” and multiplicity in qualitative research and in government reports in Canada
Jennifer A Selby

The intimate and the stranger: Approaching the “Muslim question” through the eyes of female converts to Islam
Geraldine Mossiere

Book Reviews:
Joerg Rieger and Pui-lan Kwok, Occupy Religion: Theology of the Multitude
Paul-François Tremlett and Claire Wanless

George González, Shape-Shifting Capital: Spiritual Management, Critical Theory, and the Ethnographic Project
Kenneth Surin

Andrew McKinnon and Marta Trzebiatowska (eds), Sociological Theory and the Question of Religion
James V Spickard

Christina Petterson, The Missionary, the Catechist and the Hunter: Foucault, Protestantism, and Colonialism
John Docker

Joyce E. Williams and Vicky M. MacLean, Settlement Sociology in the Progressive Years. Faith, Science, and Reform. Studies in Critical Social Sciences Series
Anthony J Blasi