The other rupture of 1989 : the Rushdie Affair as the Inaugural Event of Representations of Post-secular Conflict

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Global Society. 2010, 24(1), pp. 111-132. ISSN 1360-0826. Available under: doi: 10.1080/13600820903432175
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This text investigates the cultural context in which the Rushdie affair has been embedded 20 years after the event. Remembering the Rushdie affair in Britain has transformed the rupture into a suture, establishing a narrative link between this event, 9/11, the “war on terror” and the London bombings in 2005. In an emergent historiography, I propose, the discursive idiom of a globalised conflict of “the West” and “Islam” is represented within self-descriptions of British multi-ethnic society. The relationship between aspects of multiculturalism and post-secular conflict is analysed as the development of a (g)local memory culture in which globalised developments and localised representations interact. In the last part of this contribution, Juumlrgen Habermas's proposal for a post-secular public sphere is interrogated concerning the search for a basis for convivial exchange in the face of value pluralism.

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ISO 690FALKENHAYNER, Nicole, 2010. The other rupture of 1989 : the Rushdie Affair as the Inaugural Event of Representations of Post-secular Conflict. In: Global Society. 2010, 24(1), pp. 111-132. ISSN 1360-0826. Available under: doi: 10.1080/13600820903432175
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  doi={10.1080/13600820903432175},
  title={The other rupture of 1989 : the Rushdie Affair as the Inaugural Event of Representations of Post-secular Conflict},
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  issn={1360-0826},
  journal={Global Society},
  pages={111--132},
  author={Falkenhayner, Nicole}
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