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Socio-anthropology of food habits and consumption Muslim practices: Islam and everyday life.

Socio-anthropologie des pratiques alimentaires et des consommations musulmanes : l'islam au quotidien

Responsible Faculty: Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies (FTSR)

Teacher(s): Christine Rodier
Lecturer(s): -

Validity: 2012 -> 2012

No timetable defined.

Course+Seminar

Autumn semester
2 hours per week
28 hours per semester

Teaching language(s): French
Public: Yes
Credits: 0

Bibliography

BOUBEKEUR, Amel, 2005, « L'islam est-il soluble dans le Mecca cola ? nouveaux métissages culturels en occident ? », in Maghreb-Machrek, n°183, pp. 45-65.
BRISEBARRE, Anne-Marie, 1998, La fête du mouton. Un sacrifice musulman dans l'espace urbain, Paris : CNRS Editions.
FERRIE, Jean-Noël, 2004, La religion de la vie quotidienne, Paris : Editions Karthala.
HAENNI, Patrick, 2005, L'islam de marché. L'autre révolution conservatrice, Paris : Seuil.
HERRERA, Linda, BAYAT, Asef, 2010, Being Young and Muslim: New Cultural Politics in the Global South and North, New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
KHALID MASUD Muhammad, SALVATORE Armando, VAN BRUINESSEN Martin (Eds.), 2009, Islam and Modernity Key Issues and Debates, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.
MAHMOOD Saba, 2005, The Politics of Piety: The Islamic Revival and the Feminist, Princeton: Princeton University Press.
MERVIN, Sabrina, 2001, Histoire de l'islam, fondements et doctrines, Paris: Flammarion.

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