Racializing religion : constructing colonial identities in the Syrian provinces in the nineteenth century.

@article{Delatolla2019RacializingR,
  title={Racializing religion : constructing colonial identities in the Syrian provinces in the nineteenth century.},
  author={Andrew Delatolla and Joanne Yao},
  journal={International Studies Review},
  year={2019},
  volume={21},
  pages={640-661}
}
In recent decades, international events and incisive critical voices have catapulted the concepts of race and religion to the foreground of International Relations research. In particular, scholars have sought to recover the racialized and imperial beginnings of IR as an academic discipline in the early-20th century. This article contributes to this growing body of work by analyzing both race and religion as conceptual tools of scientific imperial administration—tools that in the 19th century… Expand
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