[Fwd: [SARA Alert - Social Sciences] Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations New Issue Alert]

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Fri Nov 10 11:56:30 MST 2000


Dear Colleague

Volume 11, Number 3 of:

Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations a journal from Carfax Publishing, part of the
Taylor & Francis Group

is now available online via the Catchword service, and contains the following articles:

 People vs God: the logic of 'divine sovereignty' in Islamic democratic discourse --
pg. 287 - 297
  Raja Bahlul

 Prayer, Hijab and the Intifada: the influence of the Islamic movement on Palestinian
women -- pg. 299 - 320
  Juliane Hammer

 Said Nursi's Teachings on the People of the Book: a case study of Islamic social
policy in the early twentieth century -- pg. 321 - 332
  Zeki Saritoprak

 Muhammad and Ideology in Medieval Christian Literature -- pg. 333 - 346
  Galen Johnson

 From Cross to Crescent: religious conversion of Filipina domestic helpers in Hong
Kong -- pg. 347 - 367
  Sithi Hawwa

 Ottoman Women's Organizations: sources of the past, sources for the future -- pg. 369
- 383
  Nicole A. N. M. Van Os

 Book Reviews -- pg. 385 - 403

 Books Received -- pg. 405 - 407


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