Jihadology presents Books of 2011

NOTE: As with last year, over the next few days Jihadology.net will be posting lists of books, think tank reports, academic journal articles, and forthcoming books that have been published during 2011 and plan to be published in 2012. Below is a list of books that I have either read or am interested in reading that were published in the past year. They are in alphabetical order by author. If you have any other suggestions to the below books that deal with global jihadism or Islamic studies, please feel free to let me know in the comments section.

Angelika Neuwirth, Nicolai Sinai, and Michael Marx — The Qur’an in Context

Asad Q. Ahmed, Behnam Sadeghi, and Michael Bonner (ed) — The Islamic Scholarly Tradition

Assaf Moghadam and Brian Fishman (ed.) – Fault Lines in Global Jihad: Organizational, Strategic and Ideological Fissures

Camille Tawil – Brothers In Arms: The Story of al-Qa’ida and the Arab Jihadists

Carool Kersten — Cosmopolitans and Heretics: New Muslim Intellectuals and the Study of Islam

Chris Heffelfinger — Radical Islam in America: Salafism’s Journey from Arabia to the West

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross — Bin Laden’s Legacy

J.M. Berger – Jihad Joe: Americans Who Go to War in the Name of Islam

Jeffry R. Halverson, Steven R. Corman, and H. L. Goodall — Master Narratives of Islamist Extremism

Khaled Hroub – Political Islam: Context Versus Ideology

Michael Kemper and Stephan Conermann (ed.) — The Heritage of Soviet Oriental Studies

Michael Scheuer — Osama Bin Laden

Najam Haider — The Origins of the Shi’a: Identity, Ritual, and Sacred Space in Eighth-Century Kufa

Peter Bergen – The Longest War: The Enduring Conflict between America and Al-Qaeda

Stéphane Lacroix – Awakening Islam: Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia

Susan A. Spectorsky — Women in Classical Islamic Law

Thomas Hegghammer and Stéphane Lacroix — The Meccan Rebellion: The Story of Juhayman al-‘Utaybi Revisited