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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Religion, identity and politics.
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2013
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Haldun Gülalp; Günter Seufert
|ISBN:||9781136231674 1136231676 9780203100660 0203100662|
|Description:||1 online resource (viii, 203 pages).|
|Contents:||The Ottoman Empire, Islam and the emergence of German national identity, 1789-1815: Competing views of Islam ; Historical sources of the Romantic view of Islam ; The Quran : from mark of the beast to poetic masterpiece ; Muhammad : from impostor to Romantic hero ; Conclusion --
Political religion and autocracy : Wilhelm II's encounter with Ottoman Islam: Divine guidance and the mysticism of power : the spirit of the Holy Alliance ; Germany : a poly-monarchic country in search of symbolic integration: A "peaceful crusade" : Wilhelm II's voyage to the Ottoman Empire ; Chivalry, piety, and the caliphate ; Protestantism, power, and obedience : the Kaiser and Oriental Christianity ; Conclusion. "Holy war made in Germany"? : Ottoman origins of the 1914 jihad: The multiple meanings of jihad ; Jihad as political weapon? ; The Kaiser's faith in jihad, and Ottoman policy ; Conclusion --"Our new and great cultural missions in the orient" : German faith-based and secular missionary activities in the late Ottoman Empire: Mission and civilizing mission : more than ametaphorical relationship? ; At the origins of mission in the orient : Friedrich Wilhelm IV and the Deaconesses ; The failed crypto-conversion of the Greek-Orthodox Church ; Goltz Pasha and the discovery of Germany's new civilizing mission ; The "Goltz generation" ; From Goltzism to liberal imperialism. Immigrants' struggle for recognition : religion and politics: A brief overview of the history of immigration in Germany ; The contemporary social position of persons of immigrant origin ; On notions of integration and immigration ; From national identity to religious identity ; Immigrants and politics --
Islam and gender under liberal-secular governance : the German Islam Conference: The German Islam Conference : education through dialogue ; The role of secular Muslim feminists ; Dialogue as normalization ; Final remarks. Muslim loyalty put to the test : the reception of the cartoon controversy in Germany: Fundamentalist Islam vs. liberal-democratic Europe ; The racialization of Muslims ; Neither inside nor outside ; Muslims in Germany put to the test ; Conclusion --
German anti-discrimination law : accommodating religious pluralism or conserving the cultural heritage?: Political dynamics of contention ; Controversies about religious discrimination ; The adoption of the new legislation ; Negotiating the Equalities Act ; Conclusion --
The legal treatment of religious minorities : non-Muslims in Turkey and Muslims in Germany: The legal treatment of non-Muslims in Turkey ; The legal treatment of Germany's Muslims.
|Series Title:||Routledge/European Sociological Association studies in European societies, 18.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Haldun Gülalp and Günter Seufert.|
- Religion and politics -- Germany.
- Religion and politics -- Turkey.
- Germany -- Foreign relations -- Turkey.
- Turkey -- Foreign relations -- Germany.
- Germany -- Religion.
- Turkey -- Religion.
- POLITICAL SCIENCE -- Globalization.
- Diplomatic relations.
- Religion and politics.