AffiliationUniversity of Chester; University of Manchester
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AbstractThis introduction explores how the volume addresses the challenges of living together after empire in many post-colonial cities. It explains how the first section focuses on efforts by people of multiple faiths to live together within their contexts, including such efforts within a neighbourhood in urban Manchester; the array of attempts at creating multi-faith spaces for worship across the globe; and initiatives to commemorate divisive conflict together in Northern Ireland. It outlines how the second section of the volume utilizes particular postcolonial methods to illuminate pressing issues within specific contexts—including women’s leadership in an indigenous denomination in the variegated African landscape, and baptism and discipleship among Dalit communities in India. In the context of growing multiculturalism in the West, this volume offers a postcolonial theological resource, challenging the epistemologies in the Western academy.
CitationDunn, J., Joziasse, H., & Patta, R.B. (2019). Introduction. In Dunn, J., Joziasse, H., Patta, & R.B., Duggan, J. (Eds.) Multiple Faiths in Postcolonial Cities: Living Together after Empire. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
DescriptionPart of the Palgrave MacMillan Series "Postcolonialism and Religions."
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