South Atlantic Quarterly, Volume 113, Number 1 (Winter 2014). Politics of Religious Freedom: Contested Genealogies

Softcover, Durham, N.C. Duke University Press, 2014. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued.

Sound binding. Bright pages with underlined passages and marginal notes in one article (Penzin, Tumult in the land of managed democracy). Wrappers have light handling wear. Contents: Mahmood and Danchin, Introduction. Bhuta, Two concepts of religious freedom in the European Court of Human Rights. Hunter, Religious freedom in early modern Germany: theology, philosophy, and legal casuistry. Moyn, From communist to Muslim: European human rights, the Cold War, and religious liberty. McAlister, US evangelicals and the politics of slave redemption as religious freedom in Sudan. Kapur, A leap of faith: the construction of Hindu majoritarianism through secular law. Mahmood and Danchin, Immunity or regulation? Antinomies of religious freedom. Against the Day: "Democracy has become unmanageable!" The Russian protests in a global context. Penzin, Tumult in the land of managed democracy: an introduction. Budraitskis, The weakest link of managed democracy: how the parliament gave birth to nonparliamentary politics. Matveev, The "two Russias" culture war: constructions of the "people" during the 2011-2013 protests. Chehonadskih, The class composition of Russia's anti-Putin movement. ; 9.0" (21 cm) tall; 212 pages.

ISBN: 0822367998           Item #4530019

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