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Antagonistic Tolerance Competitive Sharing of Religious Sites and Spaces

Author: Robert M HaydenAykan ErdemirTuğba Tanyeri-ErdemirTimothy D WalkerDevika RangachariAll authors
Publisher: [Erscheinungsort nicht ermittelbar] Taylor and Francis 2016
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Antagonistic Tolerance -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Credits -- Authors -- 1 Introduction: Competitive Sharing of Religious Sites in Europe, the Middle East, South Asia and Latin America -- A cautionary tale: the mosques and churches of Sarajevo -- Convivencia -- Tolerance: passive and active -- Comparison as self-reflexive reciprocal illumination
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Robert M Hayden; Aykan Erdemir; Tuğba Tanyeri-Erdemir; Timothy D Walker; Devika Rangachari; Manuel Aguilar-Moreno; Enrique López-Hurtado; Milica Bakić-Hayden
ISBN: 9781138188808 1138188808
OCLC Number: 1020668940
Notes: IMD-Felder maschinell generiert
Description: 1 Online-Ressource (222 Seiten)
Contents: Introduction: Competitive Sharing of Religious Sites in Europe, the Middle East, South Asia and Latin America Chapter 2. Religioscape: Concept, Indicators and Scales of Competitive Sharing through Time Chapter 3: Seeing Things Hidden in Plain Sight: Overcoming the Self-Limiting Features of Scholarly Disciplines and Chapter 4: Situating Ethnography in Trajectories of Dominance Chapter 5: Techniques of Domination: Conquest and Destruction/Displacement/Transformation of Sacred Sites Chapter 6: God Capture and Antagonistic Inclusion Chapter 7: Religo-, Secular- and Archaeo-scapes Ch 8: Re-establishing Relations after even Violent Changes

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Antagonistic Tolerance -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Credits -- Authors -- 1 Introduction: Competitive Sharing of Religious Sites in Europe, the Middle East, South Asia and Latin America -- A cautionary tale: the mosques and churches of Sarajevo -- Convivencia -- Tolerance: passive and active -- Comparison as self-reflexive reciprocal illumination -- Antagonistic Tolerance: competitive sharing, dominance and intertemporal violence -- A general model and empirical indicators

Analyzing trajectories of interaction rather than conditions of multiculturalism -- Methodological mandates -- The Antagonistic Tolerance project -- Chapter synopses -- Notes -- 2 Religioscape: Concept, Indicators and Scales of Competitive Sharing Through Time -- Shared space and intersecting religious networks -- The concept of the religioscape -- Religioscapes as markers of patterns of dominance through time -- Measuring indicators of dominance -- Centrality, verticality, audibility -- Directionality, decentering, recentering -- Trajectories of competitive sharing on varying spatial scales

Cities contested, divided, reunited and "cleansed": pathways of violence as indicated by trajectories of intersecting religioscapes -- Connections between divided cities and wider religioscapes -- Limitations and opportunities for comparison: the examples of god capture in ancient India and the pre-conquest Americas -- Notes -- 3 Seeing Things Hidden in Plain Sight: Overcoming the Self-Limiting Features of Scholarly Disciplines and Area Studies Literatures -- "Hacı [Hajji] Augustus": a Roman temple intersecting an Ottoman mosque and a Muslim saint's tomb in Ankara

What is (not) interesting to scholarship -- Hiding sites from sight -- Emphasizing social processes rather than static conditions -- Systematizing serendipity -- Notes -- 4 Situating Ethnography in Trajectories of Dominance -- From ethnographic presence to intertemporal analysis -- Syncretism and intertemporality -- A case study: the shrine at Madhi, Maharashtra -- Trajectories of dominance as necessary for understanding conjunctural ethnographic presents -- Analyzing changes in overlapping religioscapes -- The physical traces of hidden religioscapes

Reanalyzing Others' sites in terms of religioscapes and Antagonistic Tolerance -- Notes -- 5 Techniques of Domination: Conquest and Destruction, Displacement or Transformation of Sacred Sites -- The mosque-church at Mértola, Portugal: from Roman pagans to (paleo- )Christians to Muslims to Roman Catholics -- Transformations of sites in a city: a brief history of the conversion, destruction and construction of religious structures in Belgrade, 1521-1867 -- Domination with accommodation -- Attaining dominance by expanding an urban religioscape: early Ottoman Bursa, Turkey

Decentering and recentering after conquest: Chinchero, Peru

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