The Tunisian Revolution & Governance of Religion

  title={The Tunisian Revolution & Governance of Religion},
  author={T. H. Donker and K. Netterstr{\o}m},
  journal={Middle East Critique},
  pages={137 - 157}
  • T. H. Donker, K. Netterstrøm
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology
  • Middle East Critique
  • Abstract This article examines how the Tunisian revolution and subsequent political transition has influenced the relationship between state power and Islam. It aims to provide an in-depth and historically informed analysis of these relations through an exploration of one specific case: The attempts by successive Ministers of Religious Affairs to reform the state’s management of Tunisian religious institutions after January 2011. The article builds on multiple fieldwork visits to Tunisia by… CONTINUE READING
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