I finally got Adeeb Khalid's The Politics of Muslim Cultural Reform: Jadidism in Central Asia from ILL. I've been looking forward to reading this book for a long time, but actually what I'm really excited about is Khalid's soon-to-be-released book Islam after Communism. It has bothered me no end that there is almost nothing written about Islam in Central Asia after the fall of the Soviet Union. A significant number of Muslims live in this area but little is written about Islam itself and how communism changed it. And I'm especially glad Khalid is the one to write this book; he is well-equipped to write about Islam in Central Asia. Anyone who's been in both the Middle East and Central Asia can easily see that Islam is quite different in the two areas. I am hoping that this is the book I've been looking for for a long time.