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Buddhist-Muslim Relations in a Theravada World
Analyzes Buddhist-Muslim relations in Theravada Buddhist majority states in South and Southeast Asia, divided into two sections: historical country overviews, and case studies of specific encounters between Buddhists and Muslims. Explores historical threads and Buddhist-Muslim interactions and dynamics in Sri-Lanka, Myanmar, and Thailand. Focuses on Sri Lanka’s anti-Muslim movement and Muslim responses, and studies boundary transgression and boundary-making in a Buddhist-Muslim village in Southern Thailand. Discusses the role of myth in anti-Muslim Buddhist nationalism in Myanmar, and Buddhist-Muslim relationship in Chittagong, Bangladesh.
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