This book presents original research on the practical creation or use of places, homes, senses of loyalty and feelings of togetherness among
Muslim minorities in Europe. The individual chapters deal with examples of Muslim «homing» or «sense-making» strategies, or the possibilities
thereof, in Britain, Denmark, and Ireland. Through their research, the authors challenge prevalent perspectives in research on Muslims in
Europe such as the transnational perspective and the Orientalism perspective. The chapters are inspired by recent cultural and human
geography in order to emphasize the spatiality of «homing» and «sense-making» strategies.