Introduction. Elsewhere Affects and the Politics of Engagement across Religious Life-Worlds
Kasmani, Omar; Selim, Nasima; Dilger, Hansjörg; Mattes, Dominik – 2020
Imagine a divided mountain-scape. A line of ceasefire. Fog. Imagine coming to a clearing. In a mist-covered, militarized order of here and t/here, affection makes way where vision or bodies cannot. Mothers call out to daughters; sons identify their mothers’ voices in two-way traffics of sound. So long as the vocal exchange lasts, somewhere along the disputed territory of the Golan Heights, an Elsewhere opens.