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ABRAHAM'S CHILDREN
LIBERTY AND TOLERANCE IN AN AGE OF RELIGIOUS CONFLICT
KELLY JAMES CLARK (Editor)

YALE UNIVERSITY PRESS (JUN 2012)
PAPERBACK, 312 pages, 235 x 163 mm.
Prod. # 9780300179378 (American edition)
Category: Religion

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Fifteen prominent thinkers turn to the sacred writings of their different theological traditions to defend religious tolerance

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Out to Work: Migration, Gender, and the Changing Lives of Rural Women in Contemporary China
Arianne M Gaetano
    

China’s rural migrant labor (農民工, nongminggong) has increased from 20-30 million during the mid-1980s to over 160 million in 2012. About a third to half of these rural-urban... [ Read full review ]




 

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