“Comparison as a mode of knowledge production in academic contexts: interpreting history through the lens of religious narratives”

On November 17th, 2021, Vincent Favier presented a paper entitled “Comparison as a mode of knowledge production in academic contexts: interpreting history through the lens of religious narratives” during the workshop “Religion in higher educational institutions in Africa and beyond: (Re)Conversion, Power, and Authority from a comparative perspective” that took place at ZMO, Berlin, Germany.



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Rakiya El Matine (2021, November 25). “Comparison as a mode of knowledge production in academic contexts: interpreting history through the lens of religious narratives” Remoboko. Retrieved February 29, 2024, from https://doi.org/10.58079/tldf

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