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Abstract In the studies of Islamic cosmopolitanism in Asia, merchant networks and religious mobility have received much scholarly attention in the past two decades. Yet, more studies are still needed to understand how memory work—especially the historical memory of trauma among diasporic...
Abstract Practice centers (dojos) in the Japanese new religion Mahikari are perceived to be spaces suffused with divine light. This article examines this understanding in terms of the enactment of a particular kind of atmosphere – a lightscape – which is deemed to be capable of automatically...
Abstract In the last decade, a Reformed Christian education movement has grown among urban underground churches in China, with the emergence of unsanctioned religious schools that reject state-run educational institutions, secular curricula, and nationalized examinations. At one such underground...
Abstract This article investigates public textual inscriptions in China’s Naxi minority region and the role they play in projecting power. Cliff inscriptions in Chinese minority areas may be an attempt to enforce the hegemonic project of the “civilizing centre,” which sees Han culture as a...
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