- Title Pages
- Chapter 1 Introduction: Muslims in Britain – Race, Place and the Spatiality of Identities
- Chapter 2 Creating Home Spaces: Young British Muslim Women's Identity and Conceptualisations of Home
- Chapter 3 ‘You Seem Very Westernised to Me’: Place, Identity and Othering of Muslim Workers in the UK Labour Market
- Chapter 4 Rethinking the Identities of Young British Pakistani Muslim Women: Educational Experiences and Aspirations
- Chapter 5 Race, ‘Face’ and Masculinity: The Identities and Local Geographies of Muslim Boys
- Chapter 6 British Arab Perspectives on Religion, Politics and ‘the Public’
- Chapter 7 The Multicultural City and the Politics of Religious Architecture: Urban Planning, Mosques and Meaning-Making in Britain
- Chapter 8 Holy Places, Contested Spaces: British Pakistani Accounts of Pilgrimage to Makkah and Madinah
- Chapter 9 Excess Baggage or Precious Gems? the Migration of Cultural Commodities
- Chapter 10 Situating Muslim Geographies
- Chapter 11 Muslims and the Politics of Difference
- Chapter 12 Islamophobia in the Construction of British Muslim Identity Politics
- Muslims in Britain
- Edinburgh University Press
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