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JEREMY F. WALTON Confessional pluralism and the civil society effect: Liberal mediations of Islam and secularism in contemporary Turkey American Ethnologist 40

Version of Record online: 6 FEB 2013 | DOI: 10.1111/amet.12013

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Practices and ideals of confessional pluralism and liberal interpretations of Islam have achieved new prominence in Turkish civil society in recent years. In this article, I marshal fieldwork conducted among a variety of Turkish Islamic civil society institutions to argue that confessional pluralism and liberal Islam have reoriented practices of politics and secularism in Turkey.

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