12 Feb 2020

Publications:

Books and Edited volumes:

  • 2019. The Muslim Reception of European Orientalism, eds. Routledge (co-editor with Susannah
    Heschel) (forthcoming).
    2016. The Hajj and Europe in the Age of Empire, ed. (Leiden Studies in Islam and Societies series),
    Leiden: Brill.
    2015. Muslims in interwar Europe: A Trans-cultural Historical Perspective, (Muslim Minorities series,
    vol. 16) Leiden: Brill (co-editors Bekim Agai and Mehdi Sajid).
    2015. Exchanged Letters between Shakib Arslan and Mohammed Daoud, the Historian of Tetouan
    (Arabic), Cairo: National Archives of Egypt, Documentary Studies Series, no 14.
    2014. Transnational Islam in Interwar Europe: Muslim Activists and Thinkers, (The Modern Muslim
    World Series), New York: Palgrave Macmillan (co-editor with Götz Nordbruch).
    2011. Documents on the German Arms Trade in the Arabian Peninsula: Readings in the Archive of
    Zeki Kiram (Arabic), Cairo: National Archives of Egypt, Documentary Studies Series, no 2.
    2009. Islamic Reformism and Christianity: a Critical Reading of the Works of Muhammad Rashid Rida
    and his Associates (1898-1935), Leiden: Brill (The History of Christian Muslim Relations), 2009.
  • [Book reviews: Heather J. Sharkey, Jerusalem Studies in Arabic and Islam (2009), 36: 585-590;
    Karel Steenbrink, Exchange (2010), 39: 429-430; Rosanna Budelli, IslamoChristiana (2010), 36:
    420; Richard van Leeuwen, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies (2011), 74:
    144-146; Mehdi Sajid, Sehepunkte, 11/3 (2011)]

Chapters, articles and reviews:

Peer-reviewed:

  • 2019. “British and Muslim: British Converts and their apologetics for Islam in the interwar period”,
    in Todd H. Weir & Hugh McLeod (eds.), Apologetics and Politics: Religious-Secularist Conflicts
    in the Twentieth Century, Proceedings of the British Academy, London (forthcoming)
    2018. “An Oriental Orientalist”: Aḥmad Zakī Pasha (1868-1934), Egyptian Statesman and Philologist
    in the Colonial Age”, Philological Encounters 3 (2018) 129-166.
    2017. “Rather Turkish than Papist”: Islam as a political force in the Dutch Low Countries in the Early
    modern period, The Muslim World: Special edition on Islam and the Protestant Reformation
    (guest editor: David D. Grafton), Oct. 2017
    2016. “Introduction: The Hajj and Europe in the Pre-Colonial and Colonial Age”, in Umar Ryad (ed.),
    Hajj and Europe in the Age of Empires, ed. (Leiden Studies in Islam and Societies series), Leiden:
    Brill, 1-13.
    2016. “On his donkey to the mountain of Arafah: Dr Van der Hoog and his Hajj Journey to Mecca,” in
    Umar Ryad (ed.), Hajj and Europe in the Age of Empires, ed. (Leiden Studies in Islam and
    Societies series), Leiden: Brill, 185-216.
    2016. “Eschatology between Reason and Revelation: Death and Resurrection in Modern Islamic
    Theology”, in Sebastian Günther and Todd Lawson (eds.), Roads to Paradise: Eschatology and
    Concepts of the Hereafter in Islam, Leiden: Brill, vol. 2, pp. 1187-1221.
    2016. Judith Frishman and Umar Ryad, “Islamic and Jewish Legal Traditions,” in Josef W. Meri (ed.),
    The Routledge Handbook of Muslim-Jewish Relations, Routledge Taylor & Francis Group Ltd, pp. 155-
    178.
    2016. “A German “Illusive Love”: Rashid Rida’s Perceptions of the First World War in the Muslim
    World” in Zürcher, Erik-Jan (ed.), Jihad and Islam in World War I, Leiden University Press:
    LUCIS: Debates on Islam & Society, pp. 305 – 328
    2015. “Salafiyya, Ahmadiyya and European Converts to Islam in the interwar period”, in Bekim Agai
    Umar Ryad and Mehdi Sajid, Muslims in interwar Europe: A Trans-cultural Historical
    Perspective, Leiden: Brill, pp. 47-87.
    2015. “Muslim Responses to Missionary Literature in Egypt in the Late Nineteenth and Early
    Twentieth Centuries,” in Douglas Pratt et al (eds.), The Character of Christian-Muslim
    Encounter: Essays in Honour of David Thomas, Leiden: Brill, pp. 288-308.
  • 2014. “Introduction: Toward a Transnational History of Islam and Muslims in Interwar Europe”, (co-
    author Götz Nordbruch), in Götz Nordbruch and Umar Ryad (eds.), Transnational Islam in Interwar Europe: Muslim Activists and Thinkers, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-12.
  • 2014. “A Salafi Student in Orientalist Scholarship in Nazi Germany: Taqi al-Din al-Hilali and His
    Experience in the West”, in Götz Nordbruch and Umar Ryad (eds.), Transnational Islam in
    Interwar Europe: Muslim Activists and Thinkers, New York: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 107-156.
    2014. “Anti-Imperialism and the Pan-Islamic Movement”, in David Motadel (ed.) Islam and the
    European Empires (The Past & Present Book Series), Oxford University Press, pp. 131-149.
    2013. “Te gast in Den Haag – discussies moskeebouw in Nederland vóór de Tweede Wereldoorlog,”
    Tijdschrift voor Religie, Recht en Beleid, vol. 4/2, pp. 59-78.
    2012. “Among the believers in the land of the colonizer: Mohammed Ali van Beetem’s role among
    the Indonesian community in The Netherlands in the interwar period,” Journal of Religion in
    Europe, vol. 5/2, pp. 273-310.
    2011. “New Episodes in Moroccan Nationalism in the inter-war period: The Influence of Shakib
    Arslan in the Light of Unpublished Materials”, Journal of North African Studies, vol. 16/1, pp.
    117-142.
  • 2010. “Islamic reformism and Great Britain: Rashid Rida’s image as reflected in the journal Al-Manar
    in Cairo,” Islam and Muslim-Christian Relations, vol. 21/3, pp. 263-286.
    2010. “Islamic reformism and Great Britain: Rashid Rida’s image as reflected in the journal Al-Manar
    in Cairo,” Islam and Muslim-Christian Relations, vol. 21/3, pp. 263-286.
    2009. “A Prelude to Fiqh al-Aqalliyyât: Rashîd Ridâ’s Fatwâs to Muslims under non-Muslim Rule,” in
    Christiane Timmerman, Johan Leman, Barbara Segaert, H. Roos, (eds.), In-Between Spaces
    Christian and Muslim Minorities in Transition in Europe and the Middle East, Bruxelles: P.I.E.
    Peter Lang, pp. 239-270.
    2009. “A printed Muslim ‘Lighthouse’ in Cairo: Al-Manār’s early years, religious aspiration and
    perception,” Arabica, vol. 56, pp. 27-60.
    2008. “‘Aussi éphémère que l’abricot.’ La réponse d’un converti égyptien au christianisme à la
    publication de l’Evangile de St Barnabé en arabe,” in Laure Guirguis (ed.), Conversions
    religieuses et mutations politiques. Tares et avatars du communautarisme égyptien, Paris:
    Editions Non Lieu, pp. 97-110.
    2008. “The Dismissal of A. J. Wensinck from the Royal Academy of the Arabic Language in Cairo,” in
    Willem B. Drees & Pieter Sjoerd van Koningsveld (eds.), The Academic Study of Religion and
    the Training of Muslim Clergy in Europe: Religious and Academic Freedom, Amsterdam
    University Press, pp. 91-134.
    2006. “Muslim Response to Missionary Activities in Egypt: With a Special Reference to the Al-Azhar
    High Corps of Ulama’ (1925-1935),” in Heleen Murre-Van den Berg (ed.), New Faith in Ancient
    Lands: Western Missions in the Middle East in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries,
    Leiden: Brill, pp. 281-307.
    2006. “From an officer in the Ottoman army to a Muslim publicist and armament agent in Berlin:
    Zekî Hishmat Kirâm (1886–1946),’ Bibliotheca Orientalis, vol. 63/3-4, pp. 235-268.
  • 2002. “Rashîd Ridâ (1865-1935) and a Danish Missionary: Alfred Nielsen and Three Fatwâs from Al-
    Manar,” IslamoChristiana, vol. 28, pp. 97-107.
  • Non Peer-reviewed:

  • 2015. “‘Heilige Oorlog made in Germany’ Duitse jihadpropaganda tijdens de Eerste Wereldoorlog,”
    ZemZem, 1/2015, pp. 8-13.
    2015. “Ibn Nujaym al-Misri”, in D. Thomas & J. Chesworth (Eds.), Christian-Muslim Relations – A
    Bibliographical History: Vol. 7 Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and South America
    (1500-1600), Leiden: Brill, pp. 688-692.
    2015. “Ibn Tulun”, in D. Thomas & J. Chesworth (Eds.), Christian-Muslim Relations – A Bibliographical
    History: Volume 7: Central and Eastern Europe, Asia, Africa and South America (1500-1600),
    Brill, pp. 637-639.
    2014. “Jurji Zaidan and Rashid Rida”(Arabic), Al-Hilal, June, pp. 78-87.
    2014. “Book Review of Simon Wood’s Christian Criticisms, Islamic Proofs: Rashid Ridā’s Modernist
    Defense of Islam,” Journal of Islamic Studies, vol. 25/2, pp. 246-248.
    2013. “Enlightenment: III Islam”, Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception 7, Berlin/Boston: Walter
    De Gruyter.
    2012. “Absent Conditions: The Dream of Re-establishing the Caliphate facing the Dilemma of
    Modernity” (Arabic), International Politics, Al-Ahram (Cairo), July.
    2010. “Book Review of Heather J. Sharkey’s American Evangelicals in Egypt. Missionary Encounters
    in an Age of Empire”, Church History and Religious Culture, vol. 90/4, pp. 729-730.
    2010. “Vijand en voorbeeld: zending in het Britse protectoraat Egypte”, ZemZem: Tijdschrift over het
    Midden-Oosten, Noord-Afrika en islam, nr. 2, pp. 35-43.
    2009. “Van progressief naar conservatief: De wortels van het salafisme”, Roodkoper, vol. 13/4, pp.
    21-24.
    2007. “De Koran van: Marcoush, Azough en Karacaer,” ZemZem: Tijdschrift over het Midden-Oosten,
    Noord-Afrika en islam, vol. 3/2, pp. 38-45.
  • 2007. “Van officier in het Ottomaanse leger tot islamitische publicist en wapenhandelaar in Berlijn:
    Zeki Hishmat Kirâm (1886-1946),” ZemZem: Tijdschrift over het Midden-Oosten, Noord-Afrika
    en islam, vol. 3/1, pp. 74-83.

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