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.