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-The world is getting more secular. Some conservatives just haven'​t caught up. #+Do all societies become ​secular#
  
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 +Mahmood, Saba. 2001. “Rehearsed Spontaneity and the Conventionality of Ritual: Disciplines of Şalat.” American Ethnologist 28 (4): 827–53. doi:​10.1525/​ae.2001.28.4.827.
  
 Deeb, Lara. 2009. “Piety Politics and the Role of a Transnational Feminist Analysis.” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 15: S112–26. Deeb, Lara. 2009. “Piety Politics and the Role of a Transnational Feminist Analysis.” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 15: S112–26.
  
-Mahmood, Saba. 2001. “Rehearsed Spontaneity and the Conventionality of Ritual: Disciplines of Şalat.” American Ethnologist 28 (4): 827–53. doi:​10.1525/​ae.2001.28.4.827.+## Other readings ##
  
 Harding, Susan. 1991. “Representing Fundamentalism:​ The Problem of the Repugnant Cultural Other.” Social Research 58 (2): 373–93. Harding, Susan. 1991. “Representing Fundamentalism:​ The Problem of the Repugnant Cultural Other.” Social Research 58 (2): 373–93.
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-Brenner, Suzanne. 1996. “Reconstructing Self and Society: Javanese Muslim Women and ‘the Veil.’” American Ethnologist 23 (4): 673–97. doi:​10.1525/​ae.1996.23.4.02a00010. 
  
  
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 Eltahawy, Mona. 2015. “My Unveiling Ceremony.” The New York Times, April 10. http://​www.nytimes.com/​2015/​04/​11/​opinion/​mona-eltahawy-my-unveiling-ceremony.html. Eltahawy, Mona. 2015. “My Unveiling Ceremony.” The New York Times, April 10. http://​www.nytimes.com/​2015/​04/​11/​opinion/​mona-eltahawy-my-unveiling-ceremony.html.
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 +Liptak, Adam. 2015. “Muslim Woman Denied Job Over Head Scarf Wins in Supreme Court.” The New York Times, June 1. http://​www.nytimes.com/​2015/​06/​02/​us/​supreme-court-rules-in-samantha-elauf-abercrombie-fitch-case.html.
  
 Perez, Michael. 2014. “Does a Women-Only Pool Mean Segregation?​ Not Quite.” The Islamic Monthly. March 30. http://​theislamicmonthly.com/​does-a-woman-only-pool-mean-segregation/​. Perez, Michael. 2014. “Does a Women-Only Pool Mean Segregation?​ Not Quite.” The Islamic Monthly. March 30. http://​theislamicmonthly.com/​does-a-woman-only-pool-mean-segregation/​.
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