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Western Salafism: Socialization, Politicization and Globalization

Abstract : [book abstract] Collating over 30 chapters, written by experts from around the world, the volume presents a wide range of perspectives. Case studies from the Muslim presence in the Iberian Peninsula between the Middle Ages and the modern age set off the Handbook, along with an outline of Muslims in America up to the twentieth century. The second part covers concepts around new conditions in terms of consolidating identities, the emergence of new Muslim actors, the appearance of institutions and institutional attitudes, the effects of Islamic presence on the arts and landscapes of the West, and the relational dynamics like ethics and gender.
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Mohamed-Ali Adraoui. Western Salafism: Socialization, Politicization and Globalization. Roberto Tottoli (ed.). Routledge Handbook of Islam in the West, Routledge, pp.273-286, 2022, 9780367211783. ⟨hal-03522926⟩

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