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Books

  1. Ghazali and the Poetics of Imagination no. i-ix; 349 (Spring, 2005), University of North Carolina Press [html]  [abs]

Edited Books

  1. E. Moosa, Abū Ḥāmid al-Ghazālī (d. 505/1111), in Islamic Legal Thought A Compendium of Muslim Jurists, edited by Oussama Arabi, David S. Powers and Susan A. Spectorsky (2013), pp. 261-293, Brill, ISBN 978-90-04-25452-7 [Abu_Hamid_al-Ghazali_in_Islamic_Legal_Thought_A_Compendium_of_Muslim_Jurists_Edited_by_Oussama_Arabi_David_S._Powers_and_Susan_A._Spectorsky]  [author's comments]
  2. with Jeffrey T. Kenney & Ebrahim Moosa, Modern Islam: A Textbook (July, 2013)  [abs] [modern Islam]
  3. Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts, Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges (Spring, 2010), pp. 388, Amsterdam University Press, ISBN 9789089641724 (Introduction pp. 13-60; Muslim Family Law in South Africa: Paradoxes and Ironies, pp. 331-354.) [do.php]  [abs]
  4. Fazlur Rahman; Ebrahim Moosa (editor), Revival and Reform: A Study of Islamic Fundementalism (1999), Oxford: Oneworld (Introduction, 1-29; Postscript 204-206.)

Papers Published

  1. E. Moosa, Aesthetics and Transcendence in the Arab Uprisings, Middle East Law and Governance, vol. 4 no. 3 , pp. 171-180, Brill [art00016], [doi]  [abs] [arab spring]
  2. Allegory of the Rule (Hukm): Law As Simulacrum in Islam, History of Religions, vol. 38 no. 1 (August, 1998), pp. 1-24
  3. with Aasim I. Padela, Ahsan Arozullah, Brain Death in Islamic Ethico-Legal Deliberation: Challenges for Applied Islamic Bioethics, Bioethics (December, 2011), Blackwell, ISSN 1467-8519 [pdf], [doi]  [abs]
  4. E. Moosa, Contrapuntal Readings in Muslim Thought: Translations and Transitions, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, vol. 74 no. 1 (2006), pp. 107-118
  5. AASIM I. PADELA, STEVEN W. FURBER, MOHAMMAD A. KHOLWADIA AND EBRAHIM MOOSA, DIRE NECESSITY AND TRANSFORMATION: ENTRY-POINTS FOR MODERN SCIENCE IN ISLAMIC BIOETHICAL ASSESSMENT OF PORCINE PRODUCTS IN VACCINES, Bioethics (2013), ISSN 0269-9702 [doi]  [abs]
  6. Interface of Science and Jurisprudence: Dissonant Gazes at the Body of Modern Muslim Ethics, in God, Life and the Cosmos: Christian and Islamic Perspectives, edited by Ted Peters, Muzzaffar Iqbal & Syed Nomanul Haq (2002), pp. 329-356, Aldershot: Ashgate
  7. Languages of Change in Islamic Law: Redefining Death in Modernity, Islamic Studies, vol. 38 no. 3 (1999), pp. 305-342
  8. E. Moosa, Rejoinder to Paul J. Griffiths’ Response, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, vol. 74 no. 1 (2006), pp. 122-124
  9. E. Moosa, Response to Robert Segal, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, vol. 74 no. 1 (2007), pp. 172-174
  10. Shaykh Ahmad Shakir and the Adoption of a Scientifically-Based Lunar Calendar, Islamic Law & Society, vol. 5 no. 1-2 (1998), pp. 57-89
  11. The Dilemma of Islamic Rights Schemes, The Journal of Law and Religion, vol. xv no. 1-2 (2000-2001), pp. 185-215
  12. The Poetics and Politics of Law after Empire: Reading Women's Rights in the Contestations of Law, Journal for Islamic and Near Eastern Law (JINEL), vol. 1 no. 1 (fall/winter 2001/2002), pp. 1-46, UCLA Law School
  13. The Sufaha in Qur’an Literature: A Problem in Semiosis, Der Islam, vol. 75 no. 2 (1998), pp. 1-27
  14. Worlds ‘Apart’:The Tabligh Jamat under Apartheid 1963-1993, Journal for Islamic Studies, vol. 17 (1997), pp. 28-48 (reproduced in Muhammad Khalid Masud (ed.) Travellers in Faith: Studies of the Tabligh Jamat as a Transnational Islamic Movement for Faith Renewal (Leiden: E.J. Brill, 2000), 206-221.)

Articles in a Collection

  1. E. Moosa, Children’s Rights in Modern Islamic and International Law: Changes in Muslim Moral Imaginaries, in Children, Adults, and Shared Responsibilities: Jewish, Christian and Muslim Perspectives, Marcia Bunge , pp. 292-308, Cambridge University Press, New York [5942] [children's rights]
  2. E. Moosa, Colonialism and Islamic Law, in Islam and Modernity: Key Issues and Debates, edited by Muhammad Khalid Masud, Armando Salvatore & Martin van Bruinessen (2009), pp. 158-181, Edinburgh University Press  [abs]
  3. Ethics and Social Issues, in Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World, edited by Richard Martin, vol. 1 (2004), pp. 224-231, New York: Macmillan Reference USA
  4. E. Moosa, Genetically Modified Foods and Muslim Ethics, in Acceptable Genes, edited by Conrad G. Brunk & Harold Coward (2009), pp. 135-157, SUNY Press  [abs]
  5. E. Moosa, History and Normativity in Traditional Indian Muslim Thought: Reading Shari`a Hermeneutics of Qari Muhammad Tayyab (d. 1983), in Rethinking Islamic Studies: From Orientalism to Cosmopolitanism, edited by Carl W. Ernst & Richard C. Martin (2010), pp. 281-301, University of South Carolina Press
  6. with Ali A. Mian, Islam, in Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics, Second, edited by Ruth Chadwick, vol. 2 (2011), pp. 769-776, Academic Press, San Diego, ISBN 978-0123736321 [9780123736321]
  7. Loyalty, in Encyclopaedia of the Qur’an, edited by Jane Dammen McAuliffe, vol. 3 (2003), pp. 237-242, Leiden & Boston: Brill
  8. Muslim Ethics, in Blackwell Encyclopedia of Ethics, edited by William Schweiker (2004), Blackwell
  9. E. Moosa, Muslim Ethics and Biotechnology, in Routledge Companion to Religion and Science, edited by James W. Haag, Gregory R. Peterson & Michael L. Spezio , pp. 455-465, Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford [5941]  [abs]
  10. E. Moosa, Muslim Ethics and Biotechnology, in Routledge Companion to Religion and Science, edited by James W. Haag, Gregory R. Peterson & Michael L. Spezio (2011), pp. 455-465, Routledge, ISBN 978-0-415-49244-7 [available here]
  11. E. Moosa, Muslim Family Law in South Africa: Paradoxes and Ironies, in Muslim Family Law in Sub-Saharan Africa: Colonial Legacies and Post-Colonial Challenges, edited by Shamil Jeppie, Ebrahim Moosa & Richard Roberts (Spring, 2010), pp. 331-354, Amsterdam University Press, ISBN 9789089641724  [abs]
  12. E. Moosa, Muslim Political Theology: Defamation, Apostasy and Anathema, in International Symposium-Cartoons & Minarets Reflections on Muslim-Western Encounters, Heinrich Böll Foundation (2012) [6068] [blasphemy]
  13. E. Moosa, Neuropolitics and the Body, in Religion and Society: An Agenda for the 21st Century, edited by Gerrie ter Haar & Yoshio Tsuruoka (Fall, 2007), pp. 47-59, Brill, ISBN 9789004161238
  14. E. Moosa, Post 9/11: America Agonizes over Islam, in The Cambridge History of Religions in America: Religions in America 1945 to the present, edited by Stephen J. Stein, vol. 3 , pp. 553-574, Cambridge University Press, New York [5989]
  15. Qadi, in Encyclopedia of Islam and the Muslim World, edited by Richard Martin (2004), New York: Macmillan Reference USA
  16. E. Moosa, Shariat Governance in Colonial and Post Colonial India, in Islam in South Asia in Practice, edited by Barbara Metcalf (2009), pp. 317-325, Princeton University Press  [abs]
  17. E. Moosa, Social Change, in The Islamic World (Routledge Worlds), edited by Andrew Rippin (2008), pp. 565-575, ISBN # ISBN-10: 0415366461 # ISBN-13: 978-0415366465
  18. with Aaron L. Mackler, Allen Verhey, Anne Carolyn Klein & Kurt Peters, Spiritual and Religious Concepts of Nature, in Altering Naure: Concepts of 'Nature' and the 'Natural' in Biotechnology Debates, edited by Lustig, B.A., Brody, B.A., McKenny, G.P., vol. 97 no. 1 (2008), pp. 13-62, Springer, ISBN 978-1-4020-6920-
  19. Sunni and Shi‘a, in Encyclopedia of Ethics, edited by Lawrence C. Becker & Charlotte C. Becker, vol. 3 P-W (2001), pp. 1579-1580; 1672-1673, Routledge
  20. Tensions in Legal and Religious Values in the 1996 South African Constitution, in Beyond Rights Talk and Culture Talk: Comparative Essays on the Politics of Rights and Culture, edited by Mahmood Mamdani (2000), pp. 121-135, Cape Town: David Philip Publishers
  21. E. Moosa, The Law in the Alchemy of the Self: Abu Hamid al-Ghazālī, in Great Muslim Jurists, edited by David Powers, Susan Spectorsky & Oussama Arabi (2011), Brill
  22. E. Moosa, The Spirit of Islamic Humanism, in The Humanist Imperative in South Africa, edited by John W. de Gruchy (Fall, 2011), pp. 107-116, Sun Press and STIAS, Stellenbosch, South Africa
  23. E. Moosa, The Spirit of Islamic Humanism, in The Humanist Imperative in South Africa, edited by John W. de Gruchy (2011), pp. 106-116, Sun Press, Stellenbosch, South Africa, ISBN 978-1-920338-56-5 [aspx]
  24. The Unbearable Intimacy of Language and Thought: Aporetic Discourses in Imagining Religion in Islam, in How Should We Talk About Religion, edited by James Boyd White (2005), University of Notre Dame Press
  25. E. Moosa, Transitions in the 'Progress' of Civilization: Theorizing History, Practice, and Tradition, in Voices of Change, Voices of Islam, edited by Omid Safi & Vincent J. Cornell (Spring, 2007), pp. 115-130, Praeger
  26. E. Moosa, Translating Neuroethics: Reflections from Muslim Ethics, Science and Engineering Ethics, vol. 18 no. 2 (2012), pp. 519-528, ISSN 1353-3452 [5884], [doi]  [abs] [neuroethics]
  27. E. Moosa, “I modelli della tradizione: gli ulema e il concetto di normatività nell’islam contemporaneo” trans into Italian (Modalities of Tradition: The `ulama and the Concept of Legitimacy in Modern Islam), in Le religioni e il mondo moderno a cura di Giovanni Filoramo iii Islam, edited by Roberto Tottolli (2009), pp. 514-522, Torino:Giulio Einaudi editore s.p.a.

Reviews

  1. Muhammad Sa'id al-Ashmawy, "Against Islamic Extremism: The Writings of Muhammad Sa'id al-'Ashmawy, edited by Carolyn Fluehr-Lobban, International Journal of Middle East Studies (forthcoming), Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida, 1998
  2. Brannon Wheeler, "Applying the Canon in Islam, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, vol. 67 no. 4 (December, 1999), Albany, NY: State University of New York, 1996
  3. Imran Ahsan Khan Nyazee, "Theories of Islamic Law (Islamic Research Institute & International Institute of Islamic Thought), Journal for Islamic Studies, vol. 18-19 (1998/1999), pp. 132-139
  4. Abdolkarim Soroush, Reason, Freedom, & Democracy in Islam: Essential Writings of Abdolkarim Soroush (New York: Oxford University Press, 2000), Iranian Studies: Bulletin of the Society for Iranian Cultural and Social Studies, vol. 37 no. 3 (September, 2004), pp. 547-552
  5. Abdullah Saeed: Islamic Banking and Interest (Leiden: Brill 1996), Reigious Studies Review, vol. 26 (2000), pp. 290, Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1996
  6. Islam in Europe: The Politics of Religion and Community, edited by Steven Vertovec & Ceri Peach, Politikon, vol. 27 no. 1 (2000), pp. 167-170, London/New York: Macmillan Press and St. Martin's Press, 1997
  7. Ebrahim Moosa, Islamic Reform or Designer Fundamentalism? Review Essay of Tariq Ramadan’s Western Muslims and the Future of Islam (New York: Oxford University Press, 2003), Georgetown Journal of International Affairs (Winter, 2006), pp. 139-144
  8. E. Moosa, Vartan Gregorian: Islam: A Mosaic, Not a Monolith. Brookings Institution Press, 2003, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, vol. 74 no. 4 (2006)

Op Ed Pieces

  1. Bush's War Against Islam is Real, Herald-Sun (December 17, 2002) (Reprinted in several Knight Ridder publications.)
  2. Ebrahim Moosa, Bush’s War Against Islam is Real, Herald-Sun (December 17, 2002) (reprinted in several Knight Ridder publications.)
  3. E. Moosa, Inside the Madrasa: A Personal History, Boston Review (January, 2007)
  4. Iraq Invasion is First Crusade of the 21st Century, New Straits Times (Malaysia) (March 21, 2003)
  5. Law is Meant for Mortals, Does Islamic Law advocate Polygamy or Monogamy, New Straits Times (Malaysia) (April 13, 2003)
  6. Muslims Must not be Apologists for Terror, Atlanta Journal-Constitution (October 14, 2001)
  7. Muslims Must not be Apologists for Terror, Atlanta Journal-Constitution (October 14, 2001)
  8. Unfair to Direct Blame at Islam, Atlanta Journal-Constitution (November 7, 2002)
  9. Ebrahim Moosa, Unfair to Direct Blame at Islam, Atlanta Journal-Constitution (November 7, 2002)

Other

  1. E. Moosa, "Implications of Language in the Reconstruction of Islamic Law and Theology" (February, 2000) (Mini-conference on Islamic Theology, Emory University, Atlanta.)
  2. E. Moosa, "Issues in Muslim Bioethics" (October, 2002) (American Society for Bioethics and Humanities in Baltimore.)
  3. E. Moosa, "Notion of the Other in Muslim Theology" (February, 2000) (Sawyer Seminar on "Hatred: Encountering the Other" University of Chicago.)
  4. Ebrahim Moosa, Entries on topics related to Islam in South Africa, “People Against Gangsterism and Drugs (Pagad),” “Muslim Youth Movement,” “Call of Islam”, in Oxford Dictionary of Islam, edited by John Esposito (2003), Oxford University Press
  5. Sub-Saharan Africa and the Middle East and North Africa- An Evolving Relationship, in Economist Intelligence Unit, Country Forecast 1st Quarter (2000), pp. 12-17

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