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Towards a Framework for the Study of Christian-Muslim Encounters in Africa

In research on religion in Africa, the study of both Christianity and Islam is thriving. Marloes Janson research is at the intersection of anthropology and religion. West Africa (the Gambia, Senegal and Nigeria) are my ethnographic areas of specialization.

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