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Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS)


Religion and Politics: Islam, Secularism, Global Movements - Dr Iza Hussin

This 7 week session will be organised around three major themes in the study of religion and politics: Islam and Politics, Secular/ism, Global Movements. With readings drawn from recent published work in the field, it applies comparative political analysis to key theoretical, historical, methodological, and policy issues in religion and politics research: is Islam an exception in the study of religion and politics? How do modern states define, order, and reproduce religion? How does mobility, and mobilisation, matter for research and policy on religion and politics?

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