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Taking Account of Religious Diversity: A Case Study of Quebec's Ethics and Religious Culture Program
Modern liberal democratic nation states are faced with new challenges to their ability to sustain a collective identity among citizens from increasingly diverse ethnic and religious backgrounds. This Master‘s Essay examines ...
The Uyghur and the Scholar: Competing Narratives of Ethno-religious Identity
This paper engages the nationalist and ethno-religious discourses among and pertaining to the Uyghur of China’s Xinjiang province. The purpose of such engagement is to illustrate that the scholarly discourse that has ...
Words Made Manifest: Canadian Print Media as Architects of Religion in the “Secular” Public Sphere
Early to mid-twentieth century scholarship on religion and the “secular” public sphere largely perpetuated the Enlightenment categorization of religion as an element of the private sphere, not to be influential in public ...