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Kosmopolis Institute Publications Pluralism Working Paper series

Pluralism Working Paper series

The Pluralism Working Paper series provides a vehicle for the dissemination of knowledge both within and outside the network of the Pluralism Knowledge Program. The series is intended to stimulate discussion and critical comment on a broad range of issues addressed in the knowledge program. In 2010 two new academic papers were published, a third paper was finalized in 2010 but is published in 2011.


To orient different target groups of readers, each paper will be listed in one of these categories. Readers are invited to share their comments with the authors themselves and/or the editorial board.

 

A. academic research (-in-progress) papers
B. practice-based reflections
C. interviews and conversations

The editorial board consists of:

Caroline Suransky (UvH / Kosmopolis Institute)
Ute Seela (Hivos)


To contact the editorial board please send an e-mail to: pluralismworkingpapers@uvh.nl

All Pluralism Working Papers


no 1 | Rethinking the Secular

Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im
with responses from Zainal Abidin Bagir and Sitharamam Kakarala

Academic research paper (2009) PDF fileDetails | PDF fileFull Text

no 2 | The Hidden Dimension of the Secular Rethinking Humanism in an age of Religious Revitalism

Henk Manschot & Caroline Suransky

Academic research paper (2009) PDF fileDetails | PDF fileFull Text

no 3 | Instruments for Promoting Pluralism

Examples from two Indonesian NGOs
Farid Wajidi Darmiyanti Muchtar

Practise-based reflections (2009) PDF fileDetails | PDF fileFull Text

no 4 | Uganda Riots Revisited

A conversation with Emily Drani & John De Coninck of the Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda
Ute Seela

Interviews and Conversations (2009) PDF fileDetails | PDF fileFull Text

no 5 | The Idea of Secularism and the Supreme Court of India

Justice Aftab Alam

Academic research paper (2010) PDF fileDetails | PDF fileFull Text

no 6 | Human Rights, Pluralism and Civil Society

Reflecting on contemporary challenges in India
Sitharamam Kakarala

Academic research paper (2010) PDF fileDetails | PDF fileFull Text


no 7 | New Sites of Social Transformation

Conversations with the founder members of the Patna Collective in India
Elise van Alphen & Hilde van 't Klooster
Interviews and conversations (2011) PDF fileDetails | PDF fileFull Text

no 8 | The Family: at the Heart of Managing Cultural Diversity
Conversations with 35 Ugandan leaders and rural women and men
Emily Drani, Santa I Kayonga & John de Coninck
Academic research paper (2011) PDF fileFull Text

no 9 | Pluralism, Civil Society and Subaltern Counterpublics
Reflecting on Contemporary Challenges in India through the Case-Study of the Pasmanda Movement
Khalid Anis Ansari
Academic research paper (2011) PDF fileFull Text

 

(NEW) no 10 | Contesting Morality. Youth Piety and Pluralism in Indonesia

Mohammad Iqbal Ahnaf
Academic research paper (2013) PDF fileFull Text

 

(NEW) no 11 | Managing Diversity in African Universities
Living and challenging difference on four Ugandan campuses

Vusia Santa Izama K

Practice-based reflections (2013) PDF fileFull Text