The chapter is divided into two parts. The first part, authored by Silvio Ferrari, examines the issue of Islam's institutionalization from a theoretical point of view, taking into account the context, the players, and the dynamics. The second part, authored by Rossella Bottoni, is a literature review focusing on the notion and uses of the interpretative category "Institutionalization of Islam", as well as on comparative studies on the topic.

Bottoni, R., Ferrari, S., The Institutionalization of Islam in Europe, in Cesari, J. (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of European Islam, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2014: 619- 655 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/64492]

The Institutionalization of Islam in Europe

Bottoni, Rossella;Ferrari, Silvio
2014

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The chapter is divided into two parts. The first part, authored by Silvio Ferrari, examines the issue of Islam's institutionalization from a theoretical point of view, taking into account the context, the players, and the dynamics. The second part, authored by Rossella Bottoni, is a literature review focusing on the notion and uses of the interpretative category "Institutionalization of Islam", as well as on comparative studies on the topic.
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The Oxford Handbook of European Islam
9780199607976
Bottoni, R., Ferrari, S., The Institutionalization of Islam in Europe, in Cesari, J. (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of European Islam, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2014: 619- 655 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/64492]
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