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J. Kaminski, Book Review: Radical Arab Nationalism and Political Islam. By Lahouari Addi. Translated by Anthony Roberts. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2017. xi+ 276 pp. $104.95 hardcover, $34.95 paper, vol. (Early view). Politics and Religion, 2019.
J. Kaminski, The Duplicity of American Muslim Influencers and the ‘So-called Muslim Ban.’ , 2019. [Online]. Available: https://muslimmatters.org/2019/09/19/the-duplicity-of-american-muslim-influencers-and-the-so-called-muslim-ban.
J. Kaminski, Facing the Muslim Travel Ban as a White Convert, 2019. [Online]. Available: http://www.altmuslimah.com/2019/04/facing-the-muslim-travel-ban-as-a-white-convert.
J. Kaminski, Inauthentic Dialogue: Hamza Yusuf, the US Department of State, and Habermasian Communicative Action Theory, 2019. [Online]. Available: http://www.altmuslimah.com/2019/07/inauthentic-dialogue-hamza-yusuf-the-us-department-of-state-and-habermasian-communicative-action-theory.
J. Kaminski and M. Tok, E., Islam, Entrepreneurship, and Embeddedness., Thunderbird International Business Review, vol. 61, no. 5, pp. 697-705, 2019.
J. Kaminski, The OIC and the Paris 2015 Climate Change Agreement: Islam and the Environment, in Global Governance and Muslim Organizations, M. E. Tok and Pal, L. A. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 171-195.
J. Kaminski, Rethinking Realism and Constructivism through the Lenses of Themes and Ontological Primacy, Croatian International Relations Review, vol. 25, no. 85, pp. 6-29, 2019.
J. Kaminski, Is the Shari’ah and Global Governance Compatible? —Islamic Financial Institutions as a Laboratory for Conceptual Analysis, in Global Governance and Muslim Organizations, M. E. Pal and Pal, L. A. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp. 267-287.
J. Kaminski, “Comparing the Goals and Aspirations of Contemporary National-Based Islamist Movements vs. Contemporary Transnational-Based Islamist Movements”, in Caliphates and Global Islamic Politics, 1st Editionst ed., Bristrol, UK: E-International Relations Publications, 2015, pp. 39-52.