Fourteen scholars examine what it is like to be a Muslim in North America today-the pressures inherent in an increasingly secular society; the need for people from radically different cultures to work together to maintain their religion; and the struggles of black Muslims to graft an indigenous North American branch onto mainline Islam.
About the authors
Earle H. Waugh is a professor of religious studies at the University of Alberta. He is the co-editor of Native Religious Traditions (WLU Press), and the author of The Munshidin of Egypt: Their World and Their Song and the Alberta Elders’ Cree Dictionary).
Other titles by Earle H. Waugh
Traditional Knowledge for Northern Community Well-Being
Al Rashid Mosque
Building Canadian Muslim Communities
Idioms of Sámi Health and Healing
At the Interface of Culture and Medicine
Roger Vandersteene among the Cree
Visionaries of Silence
The Reformist Sufi Order of the Demirdashiya al-Khalwatiya in Cairo
Native Religious Traditions
Memory, Music, and Religion
Morocco's Mystical Chanters