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Leïla Babès

Professor of Sociology of Religion at the Catholic University of Lille, she holds a doctorate in political science. Her work has focused on religion and female devotions, Islam and secularisation in France, human rights and women, and political power and violence. This last theme was addressed in a major work, L’utopie de l’Islam. Religion versus the State (2011). Continuing on the theological-political and the question of salvation, she is currently working on the status of Jesus in Islam.

Source : Oasis Center

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