Between Harmony and Discrimination: Negotiating Religious Identities Within Majority-minority Relationships in Bali and Lombok

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Brigitta Hauser-Schäublin, David D. Harnish
Brill, 2014 - Religion - 385 pages
Between Harmony and Discrimination articulates how religious practices have become the primary identity markers in Bali and Lombok. This movement has caused the historic interreligious relationships between majority and minority populations, primarily Hindus and Muslims, to be renegotiated and reconfigured.

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Brigitta Hauser-Schäublin is Professor of Anthropology at Göttingen University. She has carried out fieldwork in Bali since 1988. Many of her publications focus on the ritual and political organization of space and the relationship between politics and religion in the context of the Balinese state.
David D. Harnish, PhD (1991 UCLA), is Chair of Music at University of San Diego. He has published books and articles on the music cultures of Bali and Lombok, including Divine Inspirations (2011 Oxford) and Bridges to the Ancestors (2006 U-Hawai'i).

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