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Engaging the Other

Public Policy and Western-Muslim Intersections

  • Editors
  • Karim H. Karim
  • Mahmoud Eid

About this book


Addressing the specific contexts of communal leadership, educational policy, inter-communal relations, legal reform, media production, public discourse, public opinion, and responses to government policy, this volume examines Western-Muslim relations and makes proposals for enhancing Self-Other interaction to improve societal harmony.


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About the authors

Jocelyne Cesari, Georgetown University and Harvard University, USA Mahmoud Eid, University of Ottawa, Canada Marianne Farina, Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology, USA Faiza Hirji, McMaster University, Canada Karim H. Karim, Carleton University, Canada Steven Kull, University of Maryland, USA H. Masud Taj, Carleton University, Canada Shiraz Thobani, Institute of Ismaili Studies, UK Anicée Van-Engeland, SOAS, University of London, UK

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