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XIV(1) | 2007
Islam en lusophonie

Islão nas lusofonias
Islam in Portuguese-speaking areas
Couverture Lusotopie XIV(2)
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Lusotopie is an international comparatist journal devoted to political analysis of contemporary spaces stemming from Portuguese history and colonization. It deals with general issues in political analysis (nationalism, ethnicity, neo-liberalism, State reform, federalism, gender, civil war, media, civil society, election, etc.): it provides an original approach within this heterogeneous postcolonial space on the four continents and in numerous Diasporas. Founded in 1994, Lusotopie has published a wide range of contributions from researchers of over 30 different nationalities, often from Southern countries. It has brought up an egalitarian dialogue space thanks to use of three international languages (French, Portuguese and English).

Editor's notes

Ont participé à l’élaboration de ce volume : AbdoolKarim Vakil, Anne Pitcher, Clara Saraiva, Dominique Vidal, Edwards Alpers, Elizabeth Vignati, Eric Morier-Genoud, Fernando Machado, Francine Vieira, Gérald Gaillard, Jacqueline Vivès, Jean-Louis Triaud, Kathleen Sheldon, Lorenzo Macagno, Marcel Dorigny, Michel Cahen, Nicole Khouri, Nina Tiesler, Paula Farah, Ricardo Soares de Oliveira

  • Étude

  • Miscellanées

    • João Filipe Marques
      Les origines du mythe du « non-racisme » des Portugais
      Racistas são os outros. As origens do mito do « não racismo » dos portugueses
      The racists are the others. The origins of the Portuguese “are not racist” myth
  • Dossier : Islam en lusophonies

    • Nina Clara Tiesler
      Historical accounts, (post)colonial conditions and current debates
      L’Islam dans les espaces lusophones. Récits historiques, conditions (post)coloniales et débats actuels
      O Islão em espaços lusófonos. Relatos históricos, condições (pós)coloniais e debates actuais
    • Après les Croisades… Voyageurs musulmans et rencontres culturelles transnationales avant la lettre

      • Eva-Maria von Kemnitz
        The Muslim Presence in Portugal in the 18th and 19th Centuries
        Envoyés, princesses, marins et prisonniers. La présence musulmane au Portugal aux xviiie et xixe siècles
        Emissários, princesas, marinheiros e cativos. A presença muçulmana em Portugal nos séculos xviii e xix
      • Paulo Daniel Farah
        Descrição, práticas e impressões
        Report from the 19th century on Muslims in Brazil. Description, practices and impressions
        Un rapport du xixe siècle sur les musulmans du Brésil. Description, pratiques et impressions
    • Recompositions dans les sociétés anciennement islamisées

      • Liazzat J. K. Bonate
        Raizes de diversidade no Islão moçambicano
        Les racines de la diversité dans l’Islam du Mozambique
      • Lorenzo Macagno
        La recomposition des autorités musulmanes au nord du Mozambique
        Os novos ulemas. A recomposição das autoridades muçulmanas no Norte de Moçambique
        The New Ulemas. The re-composition of the Muslim authorities in the north of Mozambique
    • « Peuple postcolonial » et « nouveaux » immigrants : l'islam dans le Portugal contemporain

      • Eduardo Costa Dias
        Évitement et fascination ambiguë pour « l’autre musulman »
        Os muçulmanos guineenses imigrados de Lisboa. Evitação e fascinação ambígua pelo “outro muçulmano”
        Immigrant Guinean Muslims in Lisbon. Avoidance and ambiguous fascination for the “other Muslim”
      • Rita Gomes Faria
        Imigração, religião e comunidade
        The Moroccans in Portugal. Immigration, Religion and Community
        Les Marocains au Portugal. Immigration, religion et communauté
      • Nina Clara Tiesler and David Cairns
        Portuguese Muslims of Indian-Mozambican origin
        Musulmans et Portugais. La jeunesse d’origine indo-mozambicaine à Lisbonne
        Os Muçulmanos portugueses de origem Indo-Moçambicana.
      • Maria Abranches
        Strategies of Identity (re)Construction
        Les femmes musulmanes au Portugal. Stratégies de (re)construction identitaire
        Mulheres Muçulmanas em Portugal. Estratégias de (re)Construção identitárias
      • José Mapril
        Milads and hierarchies among Bengali Muslims in Lisbon
        “Maulana dit que le Prophète est humain, pas Dieu”. Milads et hiérarchies parmi les Bengalis musulmans de Lisbonne
        “Maulana diz que o Profeta é humano, não Deus”. Milads e as hierarquias entre os Bengalis muçulmanos de Lisboa
      • Susana Pereira Bastos and José Gabriel Pereira Bastos
        Identity Debates between Portuguese and British Sunnis in Leicester
        “Le sang du musulman, finalement, ne vaut rien”. Débats identitaires entre Sunnites portugais et britanniques à Leicester
        “O sangue de muçulmano, afinal, não vale nada”. Debates identitários entre Sunitas Portugueses e Britânicos em Leicester
    • Au-delà des héritages: trajectoires de l'islam au Brésil

      • Vera Lúcia Maia Marques
        Diferenças étnicas e a construção de novas identidades
        Conversion to Islam in Brasil. Ethnic differences and the building of new identities
        Conversion à l’islam au Brésil. Différences ethniques et construction de nouvelles identités
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