Following 9/11 : Religion Coverage in the New York Times

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  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2011-05-30
  • Publisher: Syracuse Univ Pr
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. ix
Prologuep. 1
A Newspaper Challengedp. 19
Pre-9/11: Conventions of Religion Coverage, Institutional Memoryp. 23
Civil Religion in Americap. 41
Interfaith Relationsp. 50
Trauma Around New York Cityp. 61
Consolers, Heroes, Survivorsp. 68
Place and Time: Sacred and Secularp. 77
Religious Functions of Media Coveragep. 91
Islam Observedp. 95
Islam in the Eyes of the Timesp. 99
US Muslimsp. 108
The Islamic Threatp. 133
Who Is Truly Muslim?p. 147
Fanaticism and Islam Worldwidep. 156
Western Europe's Muslimsp. 171
Sharia and Genderp. 177
The Arts in Portraying a Religionp. 187
Religious Worlds at Warp. 197
Afghanistan and the Talibanp. 201
The Jewish Anglep. 215
Israelp. 224
War in Iraqp. 234
Meanings of 9/11p. 251
Justifications and Significationsp. 255
Relativism, Patriotism, and Their Perilsp. 266
"Clash of Civilizations"p. 270
The Times Beyond the Timesp. 286
The Times of Thomas L. Friedmanp. 294
The Battle of Lepanto Reduxp. 310
(MORE)p. 319
Epiloguep. 334
Referencesp. 355
Indexp. 445
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