Religious and Political Identities: The Mediterranean since 1492

The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs at Georgetown University and the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute engaged in a joint research project to rethink the relationship between religion, nation, and state throughout the Mediterranean basin from early modernity to the present. A series of workshops explored the interaction of Eastern and Latin Christianity, Islam, and Judaism—among individual Christian, Muslim, and Jewish adherents; with one another as religious institutions; and with states and societies across the region.

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