Selected Bibliography

Barzegar, Abbas. “Latino Muslims in the United States: An Introduction.” The High Plains Society for Applied Anthropology 23.2 (2003): 126-129. Print.

Bowen, Patrick D. “Early U.S. Latina/o - African-American Muslim Connections: Paths to Conversion.” The Muslim World 100.4 (2010): 390-413. Print.

Bowen, Patrick D. “The Latino American Da’wah Organization and the “Latina/o Muslim” Identity in the U.S.” Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion 1.11 (2010): n. pag. Web. 21 May 2014.

Bowen, Patrick D. “U.S. Latina/o Muslims Since 1920: From ‘Moors’ to ‘Latino Muslims’.” Journal of Religious History 37.2 (2013): 165–184. Print.

Chitwood, Ken. “Hispanic Muslims? An In-depth Look at a Little Known but Growing U.S. Minority.” Sightings 31 Oct. 2013. Print.

Chitwood, Ken. “Islam en Español: Narratives of Reversion among Latina/o Muslims.” Waikato Islamic Studies Review 1.2 (2015): 35-54. Print.

Diaz, Wendy and Juan Galvan. “The Growing Visibility of the Latino/ Hispanic Community.” Islamic Horizons July/August 2016. Print.

Espinosa, Gaston, et al. "Latino Muslims in the United States: Reversion, Politics, and Islamidad." The Journal of Race, Ethnicity, and Religion. Volume 8, Issue 1 (June 2017).

Galvan, Juan Jose. Latino Muslims: Our Journeys to Islam. Author, 2017. Print. 

Levy, Rachael. “Another Growing Component of the Muslim Fabric.” Islamic Horizons January/February 2014. Print.

Maria del Mar Logroño Narbona, et al. Crescent over Another Horizon: Islam in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Latino USA. University of Texas Press, 2015. Print.

Martinez-Vazquez, Hjamil. Latina/o y Musulmán. Eugene, OR: Wipf & Stock, 2010. Print.

Morales, Harold Daniel. Latino and Muslim in America. Oxford University Press, 2018. Print.

Morales, Harold Daniel. Latino Muslim by Design: A Study of Race, Religion and the Internet in American. Diss. University of California at Riverside, 2012. Print.

Many articles are available online at LatinoDawah.org and HispanicMuslims.com.

Islamic Horizons - Latino Muslims

You can call 317-839-1811 for copies of the Islamic Horizons magazine
featuring Latino Muslims or visit the Islamic Horizons website.

Islamic Horizons
Latino Muslims issue
July/August 1423/2002

Latino Muslims, the newest and growing part of the Muslim American family, seek
to expand their horizons while reaching out to their own.

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The Message International - Latino Muslims

You can call 718-658-5163 for copies of The Message International magazine featuring Latino Muslims or visit MessageInternational.org. In case you missed any of the Latino Muslims issue, you may back order issues of The Message magazine.

The Message International
Bilingual issue
November/December 1425/2004

Latinos: The Search for Islam. 
La busqueda para el Islam.

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The Message International
Bilingual issue
November/December 1426/2005

ALÁ ES MÁS GRANDE:
Latino Muslims in America

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The Message International
Bilingual issue
November/December 1434/2012

Stories of the Latino Muslims who have embraced Islam
Historias de los latinos que han abrazado el Islam

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The Message International
Bilingual issue
January/February 1435/2014

Latinos In Islam: Rediscovering Their Lost Heritage
Los Latinos En El Islam: Descubriendo Sus Raíces Perdidas

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The Message International
Bilingual issue
November/December 1438/2017

Latino Muslims: Reclaiming the Legacy & Responding to New Realities

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