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Sounaye, Abdoulaye

- “Ahl Sunna in Niger”, in:  Kate Fleet, Gudrun Krämer, Denis Matringe (ed), The Encycopedia of Islam (Three), Brill: Leiden and Boston, 1-3.

Sounaye, Abdoulaye (2017): Rez.: Chanfi Ahmed, West African ʿulamāʾ and Salafism in Mecca and Medina: Jawāb Al-Ifriqi – The Response of the African, Journal of Religion in Africa 47 (2), 285–88.

- Salafi Youth on Campus in Niamey, Niger: Moral Motives, Political Ends, in: Elina Oinas, Henri Onodera and Leena Suurpää (eds.), What Politics: Youth and Political Engagement in Africa, 209–29 (CC-BY-NC)

- (und Birgit Meyer): Introduction: Sermon in the City: Christian and Islamic Preaching in West Africa, special issue “Sermon in the City” (co-edited with Birgit Meyer), Journal of Religion in Africa 47, 1, 2017, 1-8.

- Salafi Aesthetics: Preaching Among the Sunnance in Niamey, Niger, special issue “Sermon in the City” (co-edited with Birgit Meyer), Journal of Religion in Africa 47, 1,

- Salafi revolution in West Africa, Leibniz-Zentrum Moderner Orient, Berlin (ZMO Working Papers, 19), 15 p.

-Rez.: Jan Patrick Heiss, Musa: An Essay (or Experiment) in the Anthropology of the Individual. Berlin: Duncker & Humblot, 2015, 329 pp. In Africa 87 (2), 429–430. Available online at DOI:

- Islam et Modernité: Contribution à l'analyse de la ré-islamisation au Niger, L’Harmattan: Paris, 2016, 168 S.

- Walking to the Makaranta: Production, Circulation and Transmission of Islamic Learning in Urban Niger" in: Robert Launay (ed.), Islamic Education in Africa, Indiana University Press: Bloomington and Indianapolis, 2016, 234-252.

- Let´s Do Good for Islam: Two Muslim Entrepreneurs in Niamey, Niger, in: Ute Röschenthaler und Dorothea Elisabeth Schulz (Eds.), Cultural Entrepreneurship in Africa, New York, Abingdon: Routledge (Routledge African studies, 20), 37–57.

Le français: langue d’élite, langue de religiosité, outil de réislamisation au Niger, in: Histoire, Monde & Cultures Religieuses 36, S. 119–140.

- (mit Katrin Bromber, Paolo Gaibazzi, Franziska Roy, Julian Tadesse): "The Possibilities are Endless" – Progress and the Taming of Contingency”,  ZMO Programmatic Text No, 10 S.

- Irwo Sunnance yan-no! 1: Youth Claiming, Contesting and Transforming Salafism, Islamic Africa 6, 82-108.

- Mobile Sunna: Islam, Small Media and Community in Niger, Social Compass, 61, 1 (March 2014), 21-29.