Does modernity make religion politically irrelevant? Conventional scholarly and popular wisdom say that it does. The prevailing view assumes that the onset of western modernity-characterized by the rise of nationalism, the dominance of capitalism, and the emergence of powerful state institutions-favors secularism and relegates religion to the pruely private realm. This collection of essays on nationalism and religion in Europe and Asia challenges that view.
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