Multiculturalism and Minority Religions in Britain: Krishna Consciousness, Religious Freedom and the Politics of Location

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Psychology Press, 2001 - Philosophy - 331 pages
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A detailed case study of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) in Britain. The book studies the particular development of a new religious movement within the context of Britain, and issues relating to minority religions' place within a multicultural but still hegemonically Christian society.

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Malory Nye is Lecturer in Anthropology of Religion at the Al-Maktoum Institute, Dundee, general editor of the Scottish Journal of Religious Studies and founding editor of Culture and Religion.

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