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Janson, Marloes

- Islam, Youth, and Modernity in the Gambia. The Tablighi Jama'at, The International African Library, 45, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 320 S.
Rez.: Robert Launay, Contemporary Islam, Mayi 2014, 10.1007/s11562-014-0305-z; Ala Alhourani, Anthropology Southern Africa 37 (3-4), 2014, 273-274

- "We don't despair, since we know that Islam is the Truth": New Expressions of Religiosity in Young Adherents of the Tabligh Jama'at in the Gambia. In: Muriel Gomez-Perez, Marie Nathalie LeBlanc (eds.), L’Afrique des Générations. Entre tensions et négociations, Paris: Karthala. 579-615.

- Renegotiating Gender: Changing Moral Practice in the Tabligh Jama‘at in The Gambia. In: Pade Badru and Brigid Maa Sackey (ed.), Islam in Africa South of the Sahara: Essays in Gender Relations and Political Reform. Lanham: Scarecrow Press [Reprinted from Journal for Islamic Studies 28 (2008): 9–36].

- Contribution of Mandinka songs to the anthology Women’s Voices from West Africa, Aissata Sidikou and Thomas A. Hale (eds.). Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

- (mit Mustapha Bello): Chrislam: Forging Ties in Nigeria’s Multi-Religious  Society. In: Egodi Uchendu (ed.), New Face of Islam in Eastern Nigeria and the Lake Chad Basin. Makurdi: Aboki Publishers

- Living Islam Through Death: Demarcating Muslim Identity in a Rural Serahuli Community in the Gambia", Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, (17): 100-115

- Guidelines for the Ideal Muslim Woman: Gender Ideology and Praxis in the Tabligh Jama‘at in the Gambia, in: Margot Badran (ed.), Gender and Islam in Africa: Rights, Sexuality, and Law, Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson Center Press & Stanford University Press, 2011, 147-172.

Rez.: Janet McIntosh “The Edge of Islam. Power, Personhood, and Ethnoreligious Boundaries on the Kenya Coast”, American Ethnologist 38:2 (2011): 402–403.

- Rez.: Adeline Masquelier Women and Islamic Revival in a West African Town, in: American Anthropologist 112: 4 (2010), 675-676.

- The Battle of the Ages: Contests for Religious Authority in The Gambia, in: Herrera, Linda, Bayat, Asef (eds.), Being Young and Muslim. New Cultural Politics in the Global South and North, New York: Oxford University Press, 95-111.

- Mixing Local and Muslim Traditions: The Finoo Profession in The Gambia, in: Sabine Luning, Erik de Maaker and Jan Jansen (eds.), Traditions on the Move: Essays in Honour of Jarich Oosten. Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publications, 97-110.

- Searching for God. Young Gambians' Conversion to the Tabligh Jama'at, in: Mamadou Diouf and Mara Leichtman (eds.), New perspectives on Islam in Senegal: Conversion, Migration, Wealth, Power and Femininity. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 139-166.

(mit Sulayman S. Nyang): ‘Gambia’, in: Encyclopedia of the Islamic World. Oxford: Oxford University Press: 283–286.

- (co-edited with Dorothea Schulz): Renegotiating Gender: Changing Moral Practice in the Tabligh Jama‘at in The Gambia, special issue of Journal for Islamic Studies, vol. 28.

- (mit Dorothea Schulz): Introduction: Piety, Responsibility, Subjectivity - Changing Moral Economies of Gender Relations in Contemporary Muslim Africa, in: Journal for Islamic Studies, vol. 28, 2-8.

- Representations: legends, epics, and performance, in: Encyclopedia of Women and Islamic Cultures, Vol. 5, Leiden, Brill, 450-452.

- Pleasing god and pleasing the patrons: a portrait of a female Finoo in The Gambia, in: Canadian Journal of African Studies 41 (2007) 1, 35-65.

- Appropriating Islam: the tensions between ‘traditionalists’ and ‘modernists’ in The Gambia, in: Islam et sociétés au sud du Sahara, nouvelle série, 1 (2007), 61-79.

- (mit Dorothea Schulz): Piety, responsibility and subjectivity, in: Africa, report of ISIM workshop, ISIM Review 19 (2007), 62.

- “We are the sauce on top of the rice." A Case Study on the Finoo Negotiation of Muslim Identity in The Gambia, Mande Studies 8: 183–205.

- We are all the same, because we are all worshipping God. The Controversial Case of a Female Saint in The Gambia, in: Africa 76 (4), 502-525.

- "The Prophet’s Path": Tablighi Jamaat in The Gambia, ISIM Review 17: 44-45.

- Gift, aalmoes of loon? ‘Griottes’ en lofprijzing op de markt van Basse Santa Su (Oost-Gambia)’, in: Jan Jansen (ed.), Sub-Sahara Afrika. Perspectieven en plaatsbepalingen, Amsterdam: Aksant: 97-120.