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By En-Chieh Chao

ISBN-10: 3319484192

ISBN-13: 9783319484198

This publication explores the social lifetime of Muslim ladies and Christian minorities amid Islamic and Christian activities in city Java, Indonesia. Drawing on anthropological views and 14 months of player remark among 2009 and 2013 within the multi-religious Javanese urban of Salatiga, this ethnography examines the interrelations among Islamic piety, Christian id, and gendered sociability in a time of a number of non secular revivals. the unconventional encounters among a number of kinds of piety and common sociality between “moderate” Muslims, puritan Salafists, born-again Pentecostals, Protestants, and Catholics require electorate to renegotiate quite a few social interactions. En-Chieh Chao argues that piety has develop into a fancy phenomenon entangled with gendered sociality and non secular others, instead of a preordained end result stemming from a self-contained religious tradition.

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