Profile Page Dr. Marta Dominguez Diaz

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Name Marta Dominguez Diaz
Title Dr.
Institute/School SHSS - School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Address SHSS-HSG
Büro 7. OG
Unterer Graben 21
9000 St. Gallen
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Phone +41 71 224 2139
Main Focuses Anthropology of Islam, Study of Religion, Transnational Islam, Islam in North-Africa, Islam in Europe
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  1. Item Dominguez Diaz, Marta (2022) Gender Reconfigurations and Family Ideology in Abdul Rauf Felpete’s Latin American Haqqaniyya. Religions, 13 (3). 238-261. ISSN [img]
  2. Item Dominguez Diaz, Marta: Pasado y presente de los andalusíes en Túnez. URL: . CSIC, Centro Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (14 January 2021). [img]
  3. Item Dominguez Diaz, Marta: Book Review of Aslan, E, Kolb, J and Yildiz, E. (eds.), Muslimische Diversität: Ein Kompass zur religiösen Alltagspraxis in Österreich. In: Journal of Religion in Austria 6 (2021), 1, S. 475-483. [img]
  4. Item Dominguez Diaz, Marta: Book Review of Ouguir, A. Moroccan Female Religious Agents: Old Practices and New Perspectives. In: British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 48 (2021), 4, S. 793-794. [img]
  5. Item Dominguez Diaz, Marta: Sufism. In Cusack, Carole M. & Upal, Muhammad Afzal (ed.): Handbook of Islamic Sects and Movements. Leiden : Brill, 2021, S. 517 -542. [img]
  6. Item Dominguez Diaz, Marta: Sufism in Modern Morocco. In Routledge Handbook on Sufism. London : Routledge, 2020, [img]
  7. Item Dominguez Diaz, Marta: Sensing the body to dilute the self: the corporeal acquisition of a Sufi identity. 2019. - Sufism and the body, International Conference. - University of Utrecht.
  8. Item Dominguez Diaz, Marta: Between two or three worlds; Reversion to Islam, marocanité and Western Sufism in the ṭarīqa Būdshīshiyya. In Zarrabi, Sayed & Malik, Jamal (ed.): Sufism East and West: Reorientation and Dynamism of Mystical Islam in the Modern World.. Leiden : Brill, 2019, S. 211-232. [img]
  9. Item Dominguez Diaz, Marta: ‘Otherness’ and Andalusian ethnogenesis in Tunisia; exploring one’s identity through the encounter with the other. 2019. - Tunisia and the Mediterranean in Modern times: Identities, conflicts and representations. - National Historical Archives, Tunis, Tunisia. [img]
  10. Item Dominguez Diaz, Marta: The Būdshīshiyya's Tower of Babel: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in a Transnational Sufi Order. In Mukherjee, Sipra (ed.): The Languages of Religion : Exploring the Politics of the Sacred. New Delhi : Routledge, 2018, [img]

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1The Būdshīshiyya's Tower of Babel: Cultural and Linguistic Diversity in a Transnational Sufi Order2258
2"Once Upon a Time Our Home Was in Spain" : Comparing Diaspora Discourses among Morisco Descendants and Sephardim Today2247
3The Islam of “Our” Ancestors; An “imagined” Morisco Past Evoked in Today’s Andalusians’ Conversion Narratives.2009
4The Struggle to be Seen; Muslim-Christian Relations and Religious (In)Visibility at the Hispano-Moroccan Borderland1855
5Dominguez Diaz, M., 2015. Women in Sufism: Female Religiosities in a Transnational Order. London: Routledge.1751
6‘My Civilisation, your Barbarianism; Religious Identity and the Re-appropriation of al-Andalus in the Moroccan-Spanish Borderland.’ at the ‘Religion at the Borderland; Conceptualizing “Borders” through the Study of Religion’ Anthropology Symposium, University of St Gallen, Switzerland.1688
7Dominguez Diaz, M., 2013. ‘Are New Sufis “Grey Turks”?’. Euxeinos, Governance and Culture in the Black Sea Region, May 2013, Center for Governance and Culture in Europe, St Gallen, Switzerland.1604
8‘The “Swiss Umma” Project; the struggles and dilemmas of a nascent Muslim Umbrella Organisation’ at the ‘Muslim Participation in Contemporary Governance’ Conference, Bishopgate Institute London, University of Bristol and AHRC/ESRC project on Muslim Participation in Contemporary Governance, United Kingdom.1600
9Dominguez Diaz, M., 2013. Book Review of Bleaney, H.; Gallego, M. A. and Garcia Suárez, P. (Eds.) Bibliography of Jews in the Islamic World, Journal of Modern Jewish Studies, 12/3, pp. 593-595, London: Routledge.1533
10The waves created by electing a Muslim mayor for London’. Swissinfo, the Swiss Portal for International News1463