Encyclopedia of Islam in the United States
Editor: Jocelyne Cesari
Contributing author: Martin Nguyen
Martin Nguyen is a contributing author, "Apostasy," "Bawa Muhaiyadin Fellowship," "Khan, Hazrat Inayat (1882-1926)," "Muhammad (570-632)," "Quran," "Sufism," "United Submitters International."
Book description: This A-to-Z encyclopedia will help students and other readers get a fast grip on pertinent holidays, terms, beliefs, practices, notables, and sects of the Islamic faith and Muslim practitioners in the United States. The accompanying primary documents volume provides 93 crucial articles, speeches, essays, poems, songs, and more to flesh out the encyclopedia entries. The primary focus is contemporary but the entries are historically contextualized, so the fuller picture of origins outside the country and practice now in the United States is clear. Further reading suggestions accompany each entry. The primary documents volume enhances the encyclopedic entries with annotated selections such as an article from an entry on a leading Muslim American magazine or an essay by a Muslim American scholar to illuminate an entry on her.
Nguyen, Martin. "Apostasy," "Bawa Muhaiyadin Fellowship," "Khan, Hazrat Inayat (1882-1926)," "Muhammad (570-632)," "Quran," "Sufism," "United Submitters International." In Encyclopedia of Islam in the United States. Edited by Jocelyne Cesari. Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press, 2007.
Cesari, Jocelyne and Nguyen, Martin, "Encyclopedia of Islam in the United States" (2007). Religious Studies Faculty Book Gallery. 84.