New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 14, No. 2, December 2012

"In Modern Muslim Identities, Gerhard Hoffstaedter uses finely crafted vignettes, personal narrative, a vast and impressive range of theoretical perspectives, photos and case studies to discuss how religion (in this case, Islam) and ethnicity (in this case largely, but not exclusively, Malay) are ‘negotiated’ in Malaysia.

"In Modern Muslim Identities, Gerhard Hoffstaedter uses finely crafted vignettes, personal narrative, a vast and impressive range of theoretical perspectives, photos and case studies to discuss how religion (in this case, Islam) and ethnicity (in this case largely, but not exclusively, Malay) are ‘negotiated’ in Malaysia.

… This book is theoretically rich, personally engaging and increasingly relevant, not just for Malaysia, but for all countries with ethnically and religiously pluralist societies."

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