Jews and Muslims in South Asia : reflections on difference, religion, and race

In the European imaginary Jews and Muslims have shared a common space reserved for the ultimate other and have been constructed in opposition to each other. This text examines the way Jewish and Muslim communities encounter each other in South Asia and interact in ways that do not easily fit convent...

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Main Author: Egorova, Yulia 1975-
Format: Electronic Book
Language:English
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Published: New York, NY Oxford University Press 2018
Further subjects:B South Asia ; Ethnic relations
B Islam Relations Judaism
B Jews South Asia Social conditions 21st century
B South Asia Ethnic relations
B Islam ; Relations ; Judaism
B Muslims ; South Asia ; Social conditions ; 21st century
B Judaism Relations Islam
B Jews ; Public opinion
B Muslims ; Public opinion
B Muslims South Asia Social conditions 21st century
B Public opinion ; South Asia
B Public opinion South Asia
B Muslims Public opinion
B Jews Public opinion
B Judaism ; Relations ; Islam
B Jews ; South Asia ; Social conditions ; 21st century
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Summary:In the European imaginary Jews and Muslims have shared a common space reserved for the ultimate other and have been constructed in opposition to each other. This text examines the way Jewish and Muslim communities encounter each other in South Asia and interact in ways that do not easily fit conventional Western tropes of Jews-Muslim relations
Item Description:Includes bibliographical references and index
Previously issued in print: 2018
Zielgruppe - Audience: Specialized
ISBN:0190886218
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780199856237.001.0001