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When a reference is cited for the first time, provide full information as in style-sheet below. For subsequent citations of the same source, the author's last name should appear with an abbreviated form of the title as well as the relevant page(s).
Saba Mahmood, Politics of Piety: the Islamic Revival and the Feminist Subject (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2005).
Shamil Jeppie, Leadership and Loyalties: The Imams of Nineteenth-Century Cape Town, South Africa, Journal of Religion in Africa, 26, 2, 1996, pp. 139-62.
Muhammad ibn Mukkaram ibn Manūr, Lisān al-Arab, 15 vols. (Cairo: n.p., 1981).
Michel Foucault, Discipline and Punish, trans. A. Sheridan (New York: Pantheon, 1977).
Chapter in an edited book
Shehada, Nahda Younis. "Justice without Drama: Observations from Gaza City Sharia Court", in Inger Marie Okkenhaug and Ingvild Flaskerud (eds.), Gender, Religion and Change in the Middle East, 13-28 (Oxford: Berg, 2005).
Mohamed Arkoun, "Islamic Studies: Methodologies", in The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World, ed. John Esposito, 332-340 (New York: Oxford University Press, 1995).
Catharina Laurentia Alida Willemse, "'One foot in heaven': Narratives on Gender and Islam in Darfur" (Ph.D Dissertation, Leiden University, 2001).
Rachid Tlemçani. 1997. "Islam in France: The French have themselves to blame," The Middle East Quarterly. Retrieved March 2, 2006, from http://www.meforum.org/338/islam-in-france-the-french-have-themselves-to