Decolonizing religious pluralism and secularism in South and Southeast Asia after 1945.Six, C., 2017, (Unpublished).
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper › Academic
This paper asks what historians working in the field of contemporary global history could contribute to a theoretical and empirical understanding of religious diversity. The history of South and South-East Asian societies after the Second World War provide some valuable lessons on the contested meaning of religious pluralism in the context of decolonization.
|Publication status||Unpublished - 2017|
|Event||Dynamics of Religious Diversity: The Study of Different Religions and Religious Difference in Postcolonial Configurations - Utrecht University, Utrecht , Netherlands|
Duration: 19-Oct-2017 → 20-Oct-2017
|Conference||Dynamics of Religious Diversity|
|Period||19/10/2017 → 20/10/2017|
Dynamics of Religious Diversity: The Study of Different Religions and Religious Difference in Postcolonial Configurations
19/10/2017 → 20/10/2017Utrecht , Netherlands