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Emergent Religious Pluralisms

Paperback Engels 2020 9783030138134
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In a rapidly changing world, in which religious identities emerge as crucial fault lines in political and public discourse, this volume brings together multiple disciplinary perspectives in order to investigate shifting conceptions of, and commitments to, the ideals of religious pluralism.

Spanning theology, sociology, politics and anthropology, the chapters explore various approaches to coexistence, political visions of managing diversity and lived experiences of multireligiosity, in order to examine how modes of religious pluralism are being constructed and contested in different parts of the world. Contributing authors analyse challenges to religious pluralism, as well as innovative kinds of conviviality, that produce meaningful engagements with diversity and shared community life across different social, political and economic settings.

This book will be relevant to scholars of religion, community life, social change and politics, and will also be of interest to civil society organisations, NGOs, international agencies and local, regional and national policymakers.


Uitgever:Springer International Publishing


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<div>Introduction: Conceptualising Pluralism.-&nbsp;Jan-Jonathan Bock, John Fahy & Sami Everett.-&nbsp;Section I: Modes of Pluralism.-&nbsp;1 The Emergence of Different Conceptions of Religious Pluralism in Myanmar.-&nbsp;Madlen Krüger, University of Münster.-&nbsp;2 Turning the Kaleidoscope, or, Religious Pluralism Inside Out? A Perspective from Berlin’s Jewish&nbsp;Scene,&nbsp;Vanessa Rau, University of Cambridge.-&nbsp;3 Pluralism within Islam: Varieties of Intra-Religious Experience in Sri Lanka,&nbsp;Arun Rasiah, Holy Names University, California.-&nbsp;4 Certain Space and Indefinite Places: Sacred Territories and Religious Diversity in Rome, Between&nbsp;Global Flows and Marginalisation,Valeria Fabretti, Center for Religious Studies (ISR) & Piero Vereni (CSPS).-&nbsp;Section II: The Politics of Pluralism.-&nbsp;5 The Boundaries of Religious Pluralism in Public Life,&nbsp;Zaheeda P. Alibhai, University of Ottawa.-&nbsp;6 Religious Pluralism as a Political Ideal: A Critical Inquiry,&nbsp;Élise Rouméas, University of Oxford.-&nbsp;7 ‘We are ONE’: Representing Religious Plurality near Turkey’s border with Syria,&nbsp;Mahiye Seçil Daǧtaș, University of Waterloo.-&nbsp;8 Performative Multiculturalism: Governance of Ethnoreligious Diversity in Contemporary China,&nbsp;Jing Wang, Rice University.-&nbsp;9 Arab Christians in the Levant: Contested Belonging, Citizenship and Civil Emancipation,&nbsp;Heidemarie Winkel, University of Bielefeld.-&nbsp;Section III: Theologies of Pluralism.-&nbsp;10 Martin Buber: Religious Pluralism and Interfaith Dialogue,&nbsp;Hanoch Ben-Pazi, Bar-Ilan University.-&nbsp;11 Don’t Touch My Heart!? A ‘Political Theology of Vulnerability’ as a Possible Resource for&nbsp;Answering (Religious) Diversity,&nbsp;Michaela Neulinger, Institute for Systematic Theology.-&nbsp;12 Anekāntavāda (The Theory of Many-Sidedness of Reality) and the Challenges of Religious&nbsp;Pluralisms in India: An Exploration&nbsp;Priyambada Sarkar, University of Calcutta.-&nbsp;13 Religious Pluralism versus Exclusionism: Recognition versus Misrecognition,&nbsp;Douglas Giles, University of Essex.-&nbsp;Section IV: Responses to Pluralism.-&nbsp;14 Religious Pluralism as an Opportunity and Challenge in Interfaith Youth Projects in the UK</div><div><div>Lenita Törning, Birkbeck, University of London.- 15 ‘Stripping back the layers’: Women’s Constructions of Faith in Malaysia and the UK</div><div>Sara Ashencaen Crabtree, Bournemouth University.- 16 Progressive Mosques as New Agents of Religious Pluralism in the West</div><div>Anna Piela, Leeds Trinity University.- 17 Islamic Cosmopolitanism: Muslim Minorities and the Future of Religious Pluralism in North America and Europe, Carl Morris, University of Central Lancashire.- Conclusion, Nasar Meer, University of Edinburgh</div></div>

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