Contesting Sacred Space in the Estado da India: Asserting Cultural Dominance over Religious Sites in Goa

@article{Walker2021ContestingSS,
  title={Contesting Sacred Space in the Estado da India: Asserting Cultural Dominance over Religious Sites in Goa},
  author={Timothy D. Walker},
  journal={Ler Hist{\'o}ria},
  year={2021}
}
During the process of conquest and subjugation, Portuguese colonial enclaves in India saw assertions of religious dominance that conform to a model developed by researchers of the Antagonistic Tolerance Project, which studies, comparatively across cultures and historic eras, sacred sites that are shared and contested by different religious communities.  At Goa, the Portuguese conquered a Muslim-ruled city of mainly Hindu inhabitants and rebuilt it, creating an imperial European Christian… 

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