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Muslim Palawan: Diversity and Difference on the Periphery of Philippine Islam

Muslim Philippine women

This project concerns ethnic differences, Islamic consciousness and Muslim social integration on Palawan Island in the Philippines.

This project concerns ethnic differences, Islamic consciousness and Muslim social integration on Palawan Island in the Philippines, with a particular focus on Christian conversion to Islam and the consequences of the growing numbers of Muslim converts for Muslim identity, religious expression and community organization.

 

Funding Source:
Arizona State University Center for Asian Research  

James Eder, Arizona State University School of Human Evolution and Social Change