Research Publications for George D (Douglas) Pratt

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  • Pratt, D. (2018). Islam and Christian-Muslim Engagement at the Edges of Empires. Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, 29(1), 3-4. doi:10.1080/09596410.2017.1407606

  • Pratt, D. (2017). Christian Engagement with Islam Ecumenical Journeys Since 1910. Lieden & Boston: Brill.

  • Pratt, D. (2017). Religion and Extremism Rejecting Diversity. Bloomsbury Publishing.

  • Pratt, D., & Berlis, A. (2017). Belief diversity and the lived experience of religion: Introduction to this Issue by the Guest Editors. Studies in Interreligious Dialogue, 27(2), 1-2. doi:10.2143/SID.27.2.3269032

  • Pratt, D. (2017). From belief diversity to ecumenical unity. Military chaplaincy as a model for inclusivist plurality? Lessons from the New Zealand experience, 1939-1945. Studies in Interreligious Dialogue, 27(2), 149-169. doi:10.2143/SID.27.2.3269040

  • Jukko, R., Pratt, D., & Ipgrave, M. (2017). The churches and Christian-Muslim relations. In D. Thomas (Ed.), Routledge Handbook on Christian–Muslim Relations. Routledge.

  • Pratt, D., & Riddell, P. (2017). Christians and Muslims in East Asia and Australasia. In D. Thomas (Ed.), Routledge Handbook on Christian–Muslim Relations. Routledge.

  • Pratt, D. (2017). The Challenge of Islam Encounters in Interfaith Dialogue [First published in 2005]. Abingdon and New York: Routledge Revivals.

  • Thomas, D., Chesworth, J. A., Bennett, C., Demiri, L., Frederiks, M., Grodz, S., & Pratt, D. (2017). Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History Volume 11: South and East Asia, Africa and the Americas (1600-1700) (Vol. 33). Leiden & Boston: Brill.

  • Pratt, D. (2016). Secular New Zealand and religious diversity: From cultural evolution to societal affirmation. Social Inclusion, 4(2), 52-64. doi:10.17645/si.v4i2.463

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