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2. Bennett, Clinton. 1992. Victorian Images of Islam, London: Grey Seal.
3. Field, Clive. 2007. Islamophobia in Contemporary Britain. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 18: 447–77.
4. Khattak, Shahin. 2008. Islam and the Victorians, London: I.B. Tauris.
5. Matar, Nabil. 1998. Islam in Britain, 1558–1685, Cambridge: Cambridge UP.
6. Poole, Elizabeth. 2002. Reporting Islam, London: I.B. Tauris.
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1. Bleich, Erik. “What is Islamophobia, and How Much is There?” American Behavioral Scientist, forthcoming
2. Field, Clive. “Revisiting Islamophobia in Contemporary Britain.” Ed. Marc Helbling. Islamophobia in the West. London: Routledge,
Louise Cainkar. 2009. Homeland Insecurity: The Arab American and Muslim American Experience after 9/11. Russell Sage Foundation.
Christopher A. Bail. “The Configuration of Symbolic Boundaries against Immigrants in Europe” American Sociological Review, 73(1): 37-59.
Mucahit Bilici has several articles and a forthcoming book on how Islam is becoming an American religion. Here’s his website: http://www.mucahitbilici.net/index.php?p=1_5_Publications
Lori Peek. 2011. Beyond the Backlash: Muslim Americans after 9/11. Temple University Press