These are the books I hope to read over winter 2012.
 Geoffrey Canada’s, Fist Stick Knife Gun. Adapted by Jamar Nicholas;  They Live! by Jonathan Lethem;  Garret Keizer’s, The Unwanted Sound of Everything We Want;  Duties of an Imam by ‘Abdur Rahman Shad. Revised by ‘Abdul Hamid Siddiqui;  Sacred Space by Douglas E. Cowan;  ‘Abd al-Hadi al-Jarjani’s, Kitab al-Miftah fi al-Sarf;  An Introduction to the Phenomenology of Religion, by James L. Cox;  Mukhtasar al-Sarf by ‘Abd al-Hadi al-Fadayli;  Science Fiction Cinema, by Christine Cornea;  Raji al-Asmar’s, al-Mujma’ al-Mufassil fi ‘Ilm al-Sarf;  A Guide to the Phenomenology of Religion by James L. Cox;  John Coltrane and BlackAmerica’s Quest For Freedom by Leonard Brown;  Ibn Taymiyya and His Times by Yossef Rapoport and Shahab Ahmed ;  Abu Fatih ‘Uthman Ibn Jinni’s al-Khasa’is;  Ahsan Zaqur’s Fiqh al-‘Ibadat wa Adillah ‘ala Madh’hab al-Saddah al-Malikiyyah;  The Archaeology of Knowledge by Michel Foucault;  al-Tamhid fi ‘Ilm al-Tajwid by Shams al-Din Abi al-Khayr Muhammad Ibn al-Jazari;  Abu ‘Umar Hafs Ibn ‘Umar al-Duri’s al-Qira’at al-Waridah fi al-Sunnah. Edited by Ahmad ‘Isa al-Ma’srawi;  ‘Ilm al-Qira’at. Ed. Nur al-Din Muhammadi;  al-Mustaw’ib al-Jami’ l’Riwayah Qalun ‘an al-Imam Nafi’ by Nur al-Din Muhammadi;  On the Bounds of Theological Tolerance in Islam by Sherman Jackson;  Black Mecca, by Zain Abdullah;  Sherman Jackson’s, Islam and the Problem of Black Suffering.