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Autonomy in Movement: Informal Islamic Activities amongst Hui Muslims in China

NARA Masashi (National Museum of Ethnology, Japan)

This presentation examines how a Muslim minority can maintain religious autonomy from the contemporary Chinese state that actively oppresses religion. Specifically, it focuses on processes whereby Hui Muslims carry out informal and highly mobile Islamic pedagogical practices in Kunming, Yunnan Province. Continuer la lecture de Autonomy in Movement: Informal Islamic Activities amongst Hui Muslims in China

Hou Renyou

Doctorant en sociologie, anthropologie et ethnologie, rattaché au Centre d'études chinoises-ASIEs (EA 4512) de l'Institut National des Langues et Civilisations Orientales (INALCO). ATER, DEA, section de Chinois Membre statutaire de l’IrAsia (UMR 7306).

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