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Periodical issueJanson, Marloes and Meyer, Birgit (eds.) (2016)
See this documentStudying Islam and Christianity in Africa: moving beyond a bifurcated field
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 86 #4. p. 615-722.

Periodical issueJanson, Marloes and Schulz, Dorothea (eds.) (2016)
Religion and masculinities in Africa
Abstract presentJournal of Religion in Africa. Volume 46 #2-3. p. 121-347.

BookJanson, Marloes (2014)
Islam, youth and modernity in the Gambia: the Tablighi Jama'at
New York: Cambridge University Press.

Periodical articleJanson, Marloes (2008)
Renegotiating gender: changing moral practice in the 'Tablighi Jama'at' in The Gambia
Abstract presentJournal for Islamic studies. Volume 28. p. 9-36.

Periodical articleJanson, Marloes (2007)
See this documentPleasing God and pleasing the patrons: a portrait of a female 'finoo' in The Gambia
Abstract presentCanadian Journal of African Studies. Volume 41 #1. p. 38-65.

Periodical articleJanson, Marloes (2006)
See this document'We are all the Same, Because we All Worship God': The Controversial Case of a Female Saint in the Gambia
Abstract presentAfrica: Journal of the International African Institute. Volume 76 #4. p. 502-525.

Periodical articleJanson, Marloes (2006)
See this document'We're the sauce on top of the rice': a case study on 'finoo' negotiation of Muslim identity in The Gambia
Abstract presentMande Studies. Volume 8. p. 183-205.

Conference paperJansen, Jan and Janson, Marloes and Polak, Rainer (2003)
Experts in Mandť: training, strategieŽn, performances
Abstract presentLeiden: Nederlandse Vereniging van Afrika Studies. 61p.

Periodical articleJanson, M. (2002)
On the boundaries of Muslim gender ideology
ISIM Newsletter. Volume 11. p. 28.

BookJanson, M. (2002)
The best hand is the hand that always gives: Griottes and their profession in Eastern Gambia
Abstract presentLeiden: Research School CNWS. 322p.

Periodical articleJanson, Marloes (2002)
See this documentPraising as a Gendered Activity: How 'Jalimusoolu' and 'Jalikeolu' Exercise Their Profession in Eastern Gambia
Abstract presentMande Studies. Volume 4. p. 65-82.

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