Publisher : Oxford Univ. Press - Oxford
Bad guy or good guy? The framing of an imam
In this paper, we investigate framing in the case of an imam in Switzerland. We conducted a qualitative content analysis of 175 articles from Swiss newspapers and public broadcasting websites in Ge...
Breaking Ramadan in the city centre. The public presentation of a young Muslim association
By Federico Biasca and Guillaume Chatagny "This article presents, describes, and analyses an event for breaking the fast organized in the public sphere by a local association of young Muslims in...
Syriac Theology: Past and Present
“This volume takes us back to the roots of Christianity and exemplifies the significance of Syriac Theology for our time. Bringing together articles by scholars from diverse disciplines, this...
Being yourself through the other. How I grew up in a context of diversity
“This book retraces the itinerary of Michel Younès in which he shows that otherness is part of identity. In a context where cultural and religious diversity is no longer an option, he seeks t...
The Caliphate and Secularism. Syrian perspectives
The book confronts us with two opposing possibilities facing contemporary Arab society, namely the caliphate and secularism. While the former refers to the Islamic monarchy, theocracy and absolute ...
The authoritarian republic. Islam in France and the Republican illusion
Publisher’s presentation The logic of suspicion has become the compass of the French state. Since 2015 and the attacks of January and November, the preventive and repressive policy of the Sta...
MIDÉO No. 37: Recitation in the early centuries of Islam
The history of reciting the Quran has been rarely studied. This volume comprises most of the papers presented at the Third IDEO Conference held in Cairo in October 2020 on reciting in the early Isl...
Not without others: recognition of others and unity in Christ – on the relationship between mission and dialogue
Article published in the missiology journal ZMR 106 (2022/1-4), double issue: “Evangelisation and Fraternity in the Plural World