Wim Peumans New York: I.B. Tauris, 2018, 236 pp. Reviewed by Benjamin Ale-Ebrahim   Queer Muslims in Europe ethnographically details the experiences of lesbian, gay, and bisexual individuals of Muslim background living in Belgium and their complex relationships with religion, family, sexuality, identity, and transnational migration. Among a growing number of studies that focus on the experiences of queer Muslims, […]

Fadéla Amara & Sylvia Zappi, University of California Press, 2006 Translated by Helen Harden Chenut Reviewed by Vanessa Agard-Jones, New York University On the evening of October 4 2002, a young Muslim woman lost her life. That night Sohane Benziane, a 17-year-old of Algerian descent living in the French suburb of Vitry-sur-Seine, was badly beaten, doused with an accelerant, and […]