Volume I: Print and Broadcast Muslim Media * Lila Abu-Lughod, 'Finding a Place for Islam: Egyptian Television Serials and the National Interest', Public Culture, 5, 3, 1993, 493-513. * Anke Benzin, 'Islamic TV Programmes as a Forum of a Religious Discourse', in Stefano Allievi and Jorgen S. Nielsen (eds), Muslim Networks and Transnational Communities in and Across Europe (Leiden: Brill, 2003), pp. 170-193. * Sam Cherribi, 'From Baghdad to Paris: Al-Jazeera and the Veil', The International Journal of Press/Politics, 11, 2, 2006, 121-138. * David B. Edwards, 'Print Islam: Media and Religious Revolution in Afghanistan', Anthropological Quarterly, 68, 3, 1995, 171-184. * Dale F. Eickelman and Jon W. Anderson, 'Print, Islam, and the Prospects for Civic Pluralism: New Religious Writings and their Audiences, Journal of Islamic Studies, 8, 1, 1997, 43-62. * Songul Sallan Gul and Huseyin Gul, 'The Question of Women in Islamic Revivalism in Turkey: A Review of the Islamic Press', Current Sociology, 48, 2, 2000, 1-26. * Robert W. Hefner, 'Print Islam: Mass Media and Ideological Rivalries among Indonesian Muslims', Indonesia, 64, 1997, 77-103. * Carla Jones, 'Images of Desire: Creating Virtue and Value in an Indonesian Islamic Lifestyle Magazine', Journal of Middle East Women's Studies, 6, 3, 2010, 91-117. * Goran Larsson, 'The Print Revolution', in Muslims and the New Media: Historical and Contemporary Debates (London: Ashgate, 2013), pp. 21-46. * Robert Launay, 'Spirit Media: The Electronic Media and Islam among the Dyula of Northern Cote d'Ivoire', Africa: Journal of the International African Institute, 67, 3, 1997, 441-453. * Fatema Mernissi, 'The Satellite, the Prince, and Scheherazade: The Rise of Women as Communicators in Digital Islam', TBC Journal, 12, 2004, np. * Yasmin Moll, 'Islamic Televangelism: Religion, Media and Visuality in Contemporary Egypt', Arab Media and Society, 10, 2010, 1-27. * Ayse Oncu, 'Packaging Islam: Cultural Politics on the Landscape of Turkish Commercial Television', Public Culture, 8, 1, 1995, 51-71. * Francis Robinson, 'Technology and Religious Change: Islam and the Impact of Print', Modern Asian Studies, 27, 1, 1993, 229-251. * Christa Salamandra, 'Creative Compromise: Syrian Television Makers between Secularism and Islamism', Contemporary Islam, 2, 3, 2008, 177-189. * S. Abdullah Schleifer, 'Islam and Information: Need, Feasibility and Limitations of an Independent Islamic News Agency', The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences, 3, 1, 1984, 109-124. * Dorothea E. Schulz, 'Promises of (Im)mediate Salvation: Islam, Broadcast Media, and the Remaking of Religious Experience in Mali', American Ethnologist, 33, 2, 2006, 210-229. Volume II / Representations of Islam and Muslims in Mainstream Media * Tahir Abbas, 'Media Capital and the Representation of South Asian Muslims in the British Press: An Ideological Analysis', Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 21, 2, 2001, 245-257. * Bandar Al-Hejin, 'Covering Muslim Women: Semantic Macrostructures in BBC News', Discourse & Communication, 9, 1, 2015, 19-46. * Katherine H. Bullock and Gul Joya Jafri, 'Media (Mis)Representations: Muslim Women in the Canadian Nation', Canadian Women's Studies, 20, 2, 2000, 35-40. * Kati E. Caetano, 'The Women of Islam: The Role of Journalistic Photography in the (Re) production of Character-Type', Brazilian Journalism Research, 2, 1, 2007, 141-156. * Sylvia Chan Malik, 'Feminists, Terror: The Racial Politics of U.S. Media Representations of the 1979 Iranian Women's Movement', Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, 637, 1, 2011, 112-140. * Chouki El Hamel, 'Muslim Diaspora in Western Europe: The Islamic Headscarf (Hijab), the Media and Muslims' Integration in France', Citizenship Studies, 6, 3, 2002, 293-308. * Chris Flood, Stephen Hutchings, Galina Miazhevich, and Henri Nickels, 'Between Impartiality and Ideology: The BBC's Paradoxical Remit and the Case of Islam-Related Television News', Journalism Studies, 12, 2, 2011, 221-238. * Mustafa Hussain, 'Islam, Media and Minorities in Denmark', Current Sociology, 48, 4, 2000, 95-116. * Nahid Kabir, 'Representation of Islam and Muslims in the Australian Media, 2001-2005', Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 26, 3, 2006, 313-328. * Gholam Khiabany and Milly Williamson, 'Veiled Bodies - Naked Racism: Culture, Politics and Race in The Sun', Race and Class, 50, 2, 2008, 69-88. * Myra Macdonald, 'Muslim Women and the Veil: Problems of Image and Voice in Media Representations', Feminist Media Studies, 6, 1, 2006, 7-23. * Nasar Meer, Claire Dwyer and Tariq Modood, 'Beyond "Angry Muslims"? Reporting Muslim Voices in the British Press', Journal of Media and Religion, 9, 4, 2010, 216-231. * John E. Richardson, 'British Muslims in the Broadsheet Press: A Challenge to Cultural Hegemony?', Journalism Studies, 2, 2, 2001, 221-242. * Elli Lester Roushanzamir, 'Chimera Veil of "Iranian Woman" and Processes of U.S. Textual Commodification: How U.S. Print Media Represent Iran', Journal of Communication Inquiry, 28, 1, 2004, 9-28. * Amir Saeed, 'Media, Racism and Islamophobia: The Representation of Islam and Muslims in the Media', Sociology Compass, 1, 2, 2007, 443-462. * Edward Said, 'Islam and the West', in Covering Islam: How the Media and the Experts Determine How We See the Rest of the World (London: Vintage, 1997), pp. 3-35. * Vit Sisler, 'Digital Arabs: Representation in Video Games', European Journal of Cultural Studies, 11, 2, 2008, 203-220. * Carol A. Stabile and Deepa Kumar, 'Unveiling Imperialism: Media, Gender and the War on Afghanistan', Media, Culture & Society, 27, 5, 2005, 765-782. Volume III: A Battle for the Meaning of Islam: Global discourses * Fauzia Ahmad, 'British Muslim Perceptions and Opinions on News Coverage of September 11', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 32, 6, 2006, 961-982. * Stefano Allievi, 'Islam in the Public Space: Social Networks, Media and Neocommunities', in Stefano Allievi and Jorgen S. Nielsen (eds), Muslim Networks and Transnational Communities in and Across Europe, (Leiden: Brill, 2003), pp. 1-27. * Jon W. Anderson, 'The Internet and Islam's New Interpreters', in Dale F. Eickelman and John W. Anderson (eds), New Media in the Muslim World: The Emerging Public Sphere (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1999), pp. 1-18. * Birgit Brauchler, 'Islamic Radicalism Online: The Moluccan Mission of the Laskar Jihad in Cyberspace', The Australian Journal of Anthropology, 15, 3, 2004, 267-285. * Lenie Brouwer, 'Dutch Moroccan Websites: A Transnational Imagery?', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 32, 7, 2006, 1153-1168. * Gary Bunt, '"Rip. Burn. Pray": Islamic Expressions Online', in Lorne L. Dawson and Douglas E. Cowan (eds), Religion Online: Finding Faith on the Internet (New York: Routledge, 2004), pp. 123-134. * Nabil Echchaibi, 'From Audio Tapes to Video Blogs: The Delocalisation of Authority in Islam', Nations and Nationalism, 17, 1, 2011, 25-44. * Dale F. Eickelman and John W. Anderson, 'Redefining Muslim Publics', in Dale F. Eickelman and John W. Anderson (eds), New Media in the Muslim World: The Emerging Public Sphere (Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 1999), pp. 1-18. * Mohamad Hamas Elmasry, 'Islam in the West: A Discourse Analysis of American and British Muslim Web Content', Journal of Arab and Muslim Media Research, 6, 2-3, 2013, 233-249. * Charles Hirschkind 'Casette Ethics: Public Piety and Popular Media in Egypt', in Birgit Meyer and Annelies Moors (eds), Religion and Media in the Public Sphere (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2005), pp. 29-51. * Mia Lovheim, and Marta Axner, 'Halal-tv: Negotiating the Place of Religion in Swedish Public Discourse', Nordic Journal of Religion and Society, 24, 1, 2011, 57-74. * Peter Mandaville, 'Reimagining Islam in Diaspora: The Politics of Mediated Community', International Communication Gazette, 63, 2-3, 169-186. * Babak Rahimi, 'The Politics of the Internet in Iran', in Mehdi Semati (ed.), in Media, Culture and Society in Iran: Living with Globalization and the Islamic State (New York: Routledge, 2008), pp. 37-56. * Manuel R. Torres Soriano, 'The Road to Media Jihad: The Propaganda Actions of Al Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb', Terrorism and Political Violence, 23, 1, 2010, 72-88. * Zeynep Tufekci and Christopher Wilson, 'Social Media and the Decision to Participate in Political Protest: Observations From Tahrir Square', Journal of Communication, 62, 2, 2012, 363-379. Volume IV: Islam and Social media: Reimagining the Self * Masserat Amir-Ebrahimi, 'Transgression in Narration: The Lives of Iranian Women in Cyberspace', Journal of Middle East Women's Studies, 4, 3, 2008, 89-115. * Mucahit Bilici, 'Muslim Ethnic Comedy: Inversions of Islamophobia', in Andrew Shryock (ed.), Islamophobia/Islamophilia: Beyond the Politics of Enemy and Friend (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2010), pp. 195-208. * Fazila Bhimji, "Assalam u Alaikum. Brother I Have a Right to My Opinion on This': British Islamic Women Assert their Positions in Virtual Space', in Alison Jule (ed.), Gender and Language Use in Religious Identity (London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005), pp. 203-220. * Gary R. Bunt, 'email@example.com: 'British Muslim' Identities in Cyberspace', Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 10, 3, 1999, 353-362. * Stine Eckert and Kalyani Chadha, 'Muslim Bloggers in Germany: An Emerging Counterpublic', Media, Culture and Society, 35, 8, 926-942. * Michael Frishkopf, 'Mediated Qur'anic Recitation and the Contestation of Islam in Contemporary Egypt', in Laudan Nooshin (ed.), Music and the Play of Power in the Middle East (London: Ashgate, 2009), pp. 75-114. * Noor Hazarina Hashim, Jamie Murphy and Nazlida Muhamad Hashim, 'Islam and Online Imagery on Malaysian Tourist Destination Websites', Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 12, 3, 2007, 1082-1102. * Alexis Kort, 'Dar al-Cyber Islam: Women, Domestic Violence, and the Islamic Reformation on the World Wide Web', Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs, 25, 3, 2005, 363-383. * Roxanne D. Marcotte, 'Let's Talk about Sex: Australian Muslim Online Discussions', Contemporary Islam, 9, 1, 2015, 65-84. * Dhiraj Murthy, "Muslim Punk' Music Online: Piety and Protest in the Digital Age', in Kamal Salhi, (ed.), Music, Culture and Identity in the Muslim World: Performance, Politics and Piety (Abingdon: Taylor and Francis, 2013), pp. 162-179. * Eva F. Nisa, 'The Internet Subculture of Indonesian Face-Veiled Women', International Journal of Cultural Studies, 16, 3, 2013, 241-255. * Anna Piela, 'I am Just Doing my Bit to Promote Modesty: Niqabis' Self-portraits on Photo-sharing Websites', Feminist Media Studies, 13, 5, 2013, 781-790. * Courtney C. Radsch and Sahar Khamis, 'In Their Own Voice: Technologically Mediated Empowerment and Transformation among Young Arab Women', Feminist Media Studies, 13, 5, 2013, 881-890. * Loubna Skalli, 'Communicating Gender in the Public Sphere: Women and Information Technologies in the MENA Region', Journal of Middle East Women's Studies, 2, 2, 2006, 35-59. * Daniel Martin Varisco, 'Muslims and the Media in the Blogosphere', Contemporary Islam, 4, 1, 2010, 157-177. * Saminaz Zaman, 'From Imam to Cyber-Mufti: Consuming Identity in Muslim America', The Muslim World, 98, 4, 2008, 465-474.