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This contribution intends to investigate both ends of this movement, showing how religious difference in the Middle East often functions different from how outsiders tend to see it, and how religious difference in Europe has ramifications that are often overlooked, also and especially for newcomers. The varied and substantial literary production of these Middle Eastern Christians, a source that so far has been largely overlooked, constitutes a rich source for such an inquiry.
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Such an investigation should contribute to a better understanding of how religious difference is created, maintained and transformed, as an important aspect of communal identity formations which is simultaneously intertwined with adjacent and sometimes cross-cutting categories such as language, ethnicity, class and regional provenance.
Earlier, she held the chair of professor of World Christianity, especially in the Middle East, at Leiden University where she also served as vice-dean of the Faculty of Humanities. Recent publications include with S. Kujenga Amani facilitates the exchange of ideas about diverse aspects of peacebuilding in Africa. Charles Hirschkind Charles Hirschkind is an associate professor of anthropology at the University of California in Berkeley.
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Stephen L. Both the lecture and the reception that follows are free and open to the public. About the Lecture In Flamenco, proponents of this movement found a musical form imbued with the experience of the Moors, forced into exile from their Iberian home in the 17th century, a music therefore with both Arabic and Spanish roots.
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