Muslims in Interwar Europe: A Transcultural Historical Perspective. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2016. Pp. 241. €99.00/$128.00 (hardback), isbn 9789004287839.In discussion about the history of Muslims in Europe, the focus is usually on guest-workers since the late 1960s, and rarely is the presence of Muslims in the interwar period a topic. This volume is a contribution to the history of Islam and Muslims in Europe between the two World Wars. It gives a number of insights about engaged actors (individuals and groups) labelled as Muslims in their respective European societies, such as in Germany, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, Spain, Switzerland, Poland, Lithuania and Hungary. This publication, consisting of nine chapters by authors from various disciplines, thus contributes to encounter studies, a rising field of interest in social sciences and humanities. It is a study of encounters between Muslims and Christians not in the lands of the Muslim colonies but in the countries of the colonizers. The situation of Muslims in the countries where they lived, their interactions not only with the indigenous population but also with their ‘home’ community abroad, the impact of this impact on the Muslim world, its influence on the European understanding of Islam and Muslims, and the
Journal of Muslims in Europe – Brill
Published: Feb 28, 2018
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