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“Sovereign Islam in a Secular State: Hidden Knowledge and Sufi Governance among Taalibe Baay in Senegal.” In Mamadou Diouf, ed., Tolerance, Democracy, and Sufis in Senegal. New York: Columbia University Press.


The Cosmopolitan Sahara: Building a Global Islamic Village in Mauritania.” City & Society 24, no. 1 (April): 62–83.


Languages of Islam: Hybrid Genres of Taalibe Baay Oratory in Senegal.” Islamic Africa 2.1: 67-104.


“‘All Women Are Guides’: Sufi Leadership and Womanhood among Taalibe Baay in Senegal.” Journal of Religion in Africa 40.4.


Divine Knowledge and Islamic Authority: Religious Specialization among Disciples of Baay Ñas. Doctoral Dissertation, Department of Anthropology, Yale University.


Sufi Specialists and Globalizing Charisma: Religious Knowledge and Authority among Disciples of Baay Ñas.” In Kamari Maxine Clarke, ed., Local Practices, Global Controversies: Islam in Sub-Saharan African Contexts. New Haven: MacMillan Center for International and Area Studies at Yale.

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