Sociology of Islam Journal

A Special Issue on the Gülen Movement

Volume 1, Issue 3-4, 2014

Perspectives on the Gülen Movement - Authors: Gary Wood ; Tugrul Keskin, pp 127 –130

Approaching a Sociology of Fethullah Gülen - Author: Joshua D. Hendrick, pp 131 –144

“Is Hizmet Liberal?” Mediations and Disciplines of Islam and Liberalism among Gülen Organizations in Istanbul - Author: Jeremy F. Walton, pp 145 –164

The Netherlands and the Gülen movement - Author: Martin van Bruinessen, pp 165 –187

The Sohbet: Talking Islam in Turkey - Author: Smita Tewari Jassal, pp 188 –208

Said Nursi’s Notion of ‘Sacred Science’: Its Function and Application in Hizmet High School Education - Authors: Caroline Tee ; David Shankland, pp 209 –232

Translocal Ethics: Hizmet Teachers and the Formation of Gülen-inspired Schools in Urban Tanzania - Author: Kristina Dohrn, pp 233 –256

What is the Hizmet Movement? Contending Approaches to the Analysis of Religious Activists In World Politics - Author: Sabine Dreher, pp 257 –275