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This article uses primary sources gathered through ethnographic research amongst a group of British Gujarati Christian converts located in the Greater London area. As the researcher is a British Gujarati convert to Christianity, I am mindful of my position in the selection of the topic, the...
1This paper explores Korean Christian students' adaptation and integration process in Britain, and their identity formation and negotiation, primarily based on ethnographic research. Korean student migrants undergo peculiar types of challenges during their integration process and experience...
This essay integrates Moravian studies, missiology and historical theology. It begins with a brief survey of the historiography of Moravian missions in colonial North America. It then surveys various reasons for periodic hostility against Moravians in New York and Pennsylvania between roughly...
Participatory democracies find it increasingly difficult to navigate the diverse voices within the public realm because of the rapid pluralisation of modern societies. Contemporary political discourses in South Africa on issues such as land redistribution are a vivid reminder of this. This essay...
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