Dr Jeanette Jouili

Assistant Professor of Religious Studies

University of Pittsburgh

Research Interests:

Islam in Europe, anthropology of religion, anthropology of ethics, religious pluralism and secularism, religion and popular culture, religion and performing arts, gender

Publications

Islamic Sounds, Secular Sounds and The Politics of Listening, Special Issue of Anthropological Quarterly (co-edited with Annelies Moors), 87.4 (2014).

Introduction: Islamic Sounds, Secular Sounds and The Politics of Listening, (co-authored with Annelies Moors), Anthropological Quarterly 87.4 (2014).

Refining the Umma in the Shadow of the Republic: Islamic Performing Arts and New Islamic Audio-visual Landscapes in France, Anthropology Quarterly 87.4 (2014.

Rapping the Republic: Utopia, Critique and Muslim Role Models in Secular France, French Politics, Culture & Society 31.2 (2013).

Halal Arts: Censorship or Creative Ethical Practice? Islam and Public Controversy in Europe. Göle, Nilüfer (ed.). Ashgate, 2013.

Weblink and contact:

http://www.religiousstudies.pitt.edu/faculty/Jouili.php

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