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Pirate and Mermaid; A Christian Turn'd Turk; Democracy by Assassination; A Company of Rogues; An Alabaster Palace in Tunisia; The Moorish Republic of Sale; Murad Reis and the Sack of Baltimore; The Corsair's Calendar; Pirate Utopias; Afterword: A Moorish Pirate in Old New York
Peter Lamborn Wilson has written histories of Sufism, the "Assassins', and spiritual anarchism in colonial America, including Sacred Drift: Essays on the Margins of Islam and Scandal: Essays in Islamic Heresy.
'Peter Lamborn Wilson shows why we cherish pirates - and why, for the sake of the future, we must continue to do so. Interesting and compelling...a rollicking, adventurous book.' Marcus Rediker, author, Between the Devil and the Deep Blue Sea 'A chronicler, a historiographer, and a piratologist in the tradition of Defoe...with immense learning and interesting sympathies. His scholarship cuts through the seas of ignorance and prejudice with grace and power.' Peter Linebaugh, author, The London Hanged 'One of those rare books which give historians new ideas to think about. It deals with 17th century European converts to Islam - usually but not always as pirates - whose numbers Wilson puts at thousands. His careful analysis of (the) renegadoes, their ideas, and political practice leads to a very tentative suggestion that some of them may have links with Rosicrucianism and the 18th-century Enlightenment...Historians will have to think about this book's novel theme and pursue its implications. Wilson really does turn the world upside down!' Christopher Hill, author, The World Turned Upside Down