1. An Introduction: Buddhist-Muslim relations in a Theravada world.-
2. Historical Threads of Buddhist-Muslim Relations in Sri Lanka.-
3. Buddhist-Muslim Interactions in Burma/Myanmar.-
4. Buddhist-Muslim Dynamics in Siam/Thailand.-
5. Sri Lanka's anti Muslim movement and Muslim responses: how were they gendered?.- 6.The Body at Death: Muslim-Buddhist relations in a southern Thai village.-
7. The Role of Myth in Anti-Muslim Buddhist Nationalism in Myanmar.-
8. Buddhist-Muslim Relationship in Chittagong (Chottogram), Bangladesh.-
9. Buddhists, Muslims and the Construction of Difference.
Iselin Frydenlund is Professor of Religious Studies and Director of MF CASR at MF Norwegian School of Theology, Religion and Society. She is a specialist of religion and conflict in South and Southeast Asia and has published extensively on issues relating to Buddhism, politics, nationalism and violence in the contemporary period. Michael Jerryson is a Distinguished Professor of Religious Studies at Youngstown State University, USA. He is the Director of the James Dale Ethics Center. Jerryson has authored or edited numerous books and articles. His recent monograph is If You Meet the Buddha: Buddhism, Politics, and Violence (2018).