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Que nous apprend l'histoire des minorités religieuses en Europe ?

John Tolan 1
1 RELMIN
MSH Ange-Guépin - Maison des Sciences de l'Homme Ange-Guépin, CRHIA - Centre de recherches en histoire internationale et Atlantique - EA 1163, UN - Université de Nantes
Abstract : A European research program on religious minorities in the Middle Ages sheds new light on our contemporary debates: minarets, Muslim headscarves, or the "Christian roots" of Europe. Catholics, Jews or Muslims have often been able to find innovative responses to the problems of interreligious cohabitation. Neither clash of civilizations nor blissful harmony, this long episode in our history needs to be better understood in order to help us build multicultural and multifaith societies.
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John Tolan. Que nous apprend l'histoire des minorités religieuses en Europe ?. Place publique, 2010, pp.127-131. ⟨halshs-00643318⟩

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