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Introduction : Conversions à l’islam

Abstract : The issue of religious conversions has long been the subject of particular investment in the social sciences of religions. Because it is generally experienced by actors as an experience at the heart of intimacy, we have sought to show its collective determinants, to identify its formal regularities, to put its narratives. The result of a conference organized at Sciences Po Paris in February 2016, this dossier focuses on conversions to Islam with a close look at the field, from the Netherlands to Australia, including the United Kingdom and France. Conversion and gender, conversion and ethnicity, conversion and globalization, conversion and politics, also serve as a basis for further reflection on the relationship between religion and culture, and on the symbolic struggles that arise from the social construction of this relationship.
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Juliette Galonnier, Amélie Puzenat, Hamzi Khateb, Géraldine Mossière. Introduction : Conversions à l’islam. Archives de Sciences Sociales des Religions, Éditions de l’EHESS, 2019, Conversions à l'islam, culture et religion : tensions et articulations, pp.127. ⟨hal-03387587⟩



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