Globalization Processes and Christians in the Middle East: A Comparative Analysis

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Publisher/Publication: The Journal of the Middle East and Africa

Volume/Issue: 5:2

DOI/ISBN: 10.1080/21520844.2014.928924

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To Die is Gain: Singing a Heavenly Citizenship among Egypt's Coptic Christians

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Publisher/Publication: Ethnos

Volume/Issue: 80(5)

DOI/ISBN: 10.1080/00141844.2014.943260

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‘We are Christians and we are equal citizens’: perspectives on particularity and pluralism in contemporary Syria

Author: Annika Rabo

Publisher/Publication: Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations

Volume/Issue: 23(1)

DOI/ISBN: 10.1080/09596410.2011.634598

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The ‘Coptic question’ in post-revolutionary Egypt: citizenship, democracy, religion

Author: Paola Pizzo

Publisher/Publication: Ethnic and Racial Studies

Volume/Issue: 38(14)

DOI/ISBN: 10.1080/01419870.2015.1061136

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Copts in Egypt and their demands: between inclusion and exclusion

Author: Mai Mogib

Publisher/Publication: Contemporary Arab Affairs

Volume/Issue: 5(4)

DOI/ISBN: 10.1080/17550912.2012.727699

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Christian political participation in the Arab world

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Publisher/Publication: Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations

Volume/Issue: 23(1)

DOI/ISBN: 10.1080/09596410.2011.634593

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The political role of the patriarch in the contemporary Middle East

Author: Fiona McCallum

Publisher/Publication: Middle Eastern Studies

Volume/Issue: 43(6)

DOI/ISBN: 10.1080/00263200701568287

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The Copts of Egypt: State Discrimination and Exclusion

Author: May Massaad

Publisher/Publication: Arab Center for Research & Policy Studies

DOI/ISBN: www.jstor.org/stable/resrep12649

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Christian Churches and Arab Christians in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

Author: Paolo Maggiolini

Publisher/Publication: Archives de sciences sociales des religions

Volume/Issue: 171

DOI/ISBN: 10.4000/assr.27010

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Peaceable Responses to Persecution: The Experience of Eastern Christian Communities in the Middle East

Author: Philip LeMasters

Publisher/Publication: Journal of Ecumenical Studies

Volume/Issue: 53(3)

DOI/ISBN: 10.1353/ecu.2018.0026

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Language Attitudes, Shift and the Ethnolinguistic Vitality of the Greek Orthodox Community in Istanbul

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Publisher/Publication: Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development

Volume/Issue: 28(5)

DOI/ISBN: 10.2167/jmmd483.1

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The Christians of Palestine: Strength, Vulnerability, and Self-restraint within a Multi-sectarian Community

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Publisher/Publication: Middle Eastern Studies

Volume/Issue: 49(5)

DOI/ISBN: 10.1080/00263206.2013.811652

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The Egyptian Coptic Christians: the conflict between identity and equality

Author: Randall P. Henderson

Publisher/Publication: Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations

Volume/Issue: 16(2)

DOI/ISBN: 10.1080/09596410500059664

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Emigration of Christians from the Arab Middle East: A New Reading

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Publisher/Publication: The Journal of the Middle East and Africa

Volume/Issue: 10(3)

DOI/ISBN: 10.1080/21520844.2019.1645524

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