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Islamic Studies : A Field of Research Under Transcultural Crossfire

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KÖNIG, Daniel G., 2016. Islamic Studies : A Field of Research Under Transcultural Crossfire. In: Transcultural Studies. 2016(2), pp. 101-135. eISSN 2191-6411. Available under: doi: 10.17885/heiup.ts.2016.2.23600

@article{Konig2016Islam-42710, title={Islamic Studies : A Field of Research Under Transcultural Crossfire}, year={2016}, doi={10.17885/heiup.ts.2016.2.23600}, number={2}, volume={2016}, journal={Transcultural Studies}, pages={101--135}, author={König, Daniel G.} }

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