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1The Framework of Islamic Rhetoric: The Ritual of the KhuṬba and its Origin
2The Khuṭba Scene in Arab Religious Films and TV Dramas
3Instructive Speech Among Bosnian Muslim Women: Sermons, Lessons or Guidance?
4Preaching and the Problem of Religious Authority in Medieval Islam
5Friday Sermons in a Secular State: Religious Institutionbuilding in Modern Turkey
6Going Online: Saudi Female Intellectual Preachers in the New Media
7Brief Reminders: Muslim Preachers, Mediation and Time
8Advising and Warning the People: Swedish Salafis on Violence, Renunciation and Life in the Suburbs
9Discourses on Marriage, Religious Identity and Gender in Medieval and Contemporary Islamic Preaching: Continuities and Adaptations
- Muslim Preaching in the Middle East and Beyond
- Simon Stjernholm, Elisabeth Özdalga
- Edinburgh University Press
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