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Shared Sacred Sites

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Catalogue "Shared Sacred Sites" 2018/ New York

Dionigi Albera, Karen Barkey et Manoël Pénicaud, Shared Sacred Sites, NYPL, CUNY, The Morgan Library, New York, 2018, 204 p.
ISBN : 978-0-692-12337-9

Shared Sacred Sites est un ouvrage tiré en édition limitée à l’occasion de l’exposition éponyme qui s’est tenue simultanément dans trois institutions prestigieuses à New York du 27 mars au 30 juin 2018, donnant lieu à une sorte de “pèlerinage contemporain dans Manhattan”:

• The New York Public Library (NYPL)
• The James Gallery, the Graduate Center, City University of New York (CUNY)
• The Morgan Library and Museum

Dirigé par Dionigi Albera, Karen Barkey et Manoël Pénicaud, cet ouvrage rassemble des contributions de plusieurs auteurs et spécialistes du fait religieux :

• Dionigi Albera (Idemec-CNRS, Université d’Aix-Marseille)
• Karen Barkey (Université de Californie, Berkeley)
• Nimrod Luz ( Kinneret College on the Sea of Galilee)
• Rachel Milstein (Hebrew University of Jerusalem
• Manoël Pénicaud (Idemec-CNRS, Université d’Aix-Marseille)
• Nurit Stadler (Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
• William M. Voelkle (The Morgan Library and Museum, New York)

“Despite theological differences, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam share many beliefs, rites, and symbols. These elements have formed a fertile ground for the sharing of sacred sites across the Mediterranean and Middle East. Instances of cooperation and coexistence among the three monotheistic faiths, and the study of such sharing, provide key insights into the ways in which tolerance and understanding are cultivated. We hope this project will demonstrate the potential for peaceful coexistence, tolerance, and understanding.

Based on historical and anthropological research carried out over several years, this project provides an alternative narrative to one-dimensional accounts of cultural, ethnic, and spiritual conflict. A primary illustration of effective coexistence is the extensive history of religious sites shared by members of different belief systems. Our contemporary world contains numerous cases of such varied devotional interactions that defy the inflexibility often attributed to religious groups…”

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Catalogue "Shared Sacred Sites" 2018/ New York

Le projet Sharing Sacred Sites a reçu le soutien de la Carneggi Coporation of New York, de la Fondation Doris Duke for Islamic Art’s Building Bridges Program, la Fondation Stavros Niarchos, et la Fondation Nicholas J. and Anna K. Bourras.