Commendable. Not only does it give prominence to a field in desperate need of more academic attention, but it interlocks the field with broader trends in globalization and gender studies.
--Religious Studies Review
Shows the multiple cultural and historical pathways through which both Muslims and non-Muslims shaped constructions of Islam. . . . An important contribution to the emerging field of Islam in the Americas.
--New West Indian Guide
Outstanding. . . . This collection of essays has proved itself an invaluable addition to the field of Islam in the Americas and begins to fill overwhelming silence of Muslim peoples, stories, histories, communities, and subjectivities within the Caribbean and Latin America.