9 May 2009
Continued impact of ESI report on Islamic Calvinism
Kayseri. Photo: ESI
Kayseri. Photo: ESI

Four years after its publication, ESI's report on Islamic Calvinism in Central Anatolia is still being reported on in the international media. Only recently, the Swiss quality daily published a long article on "Islam and capital – A Turkish Symbiosis" ("Islam und Kapitalismus – eine türkische Symbiose").

ESI report: Islamic Calvinists. Change and Conservatism in Central Anatolia

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