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Justice Anquandah Arthur
The Politics of Religious Sound
Conflict and the Negotiation of Religious Diversity in Ghana
Reihe: Beiträge zur Afrikaforschung
Bd. 86, 280 S., 39.90 EUR, 39.90 CHF, br., ISBN 978-3-643-90982-4
"Justice Arthur presents a wealth of intriguing material, an impressive thick description of the conflict and a thorough analysis of the many, very complex factors that contribute to the conflict. His work on the multiple dimensions of the conflict is knowledgeable, comprehensive and plausible and it clearly shows that the so-called religious conflicts are never about `religion' only." - Prof. Dr. Eva Spies (University of Bayreuth, Germany).
"Justice A. Arthur has laid out a multidisciplinary, multi-perspective and long-term analysis of the clashes on the noise ban in Accra. The chapters are convincingly set up in order to manage the complexity of approaches, covering religious studies, theology, mission studies as well as anthropology, legal and political studies." - Prof. Andreas Heuser (University of Basel, Switzerland).
Justice Anquandah Arthur is currently the Graduate Studies Coordinator at the Faculty of Theology and Mission, Pentecost University College in Accra, Ghana.