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Researching the Middle East : diversity or decoloniality?

Beaujouan-Marliere, Juline, ed. (2018) 'Researching the Middle East : diversity or decoloniality?', Durham: Institute for Middle East and Islamic Studies. Durham Middle East Papers. (95).

Abstract

Special issue of the Durham Middle East Papers with papers presented at the Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (IMEIS) Annual Postgraduate Conference, held at Durham Castle on September 20th, 2017.Researching the Middle East: Diversity or Decoloniality? by Ipek Demir ; The Role of Minorities in Regime Security; Case Study of the Circassians and Chechens in King Hussein’s Jordan by Matthew Hedges ; Encounters with orthodoxy: How Pakistan’s ‘Blasphemy Law’ undermines religious diversity by Umair Jamal.

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Status:Peer-reviewed
Publisher Web site:https://www.dur.ac.uk/sgia/imeis/
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Date deposited:27 March 2018
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