[From the Archives] Religious Cosmopolitanism? Orhan Pamuk, the Headscarf Debate, and the Problem with Pluralism

Justin Neuman's "Religious Cosmopolitanism? Orhan Pamuk, the Headscarf Debate, and the Problem with Pluralism" originally appeared in Issue 77 of the minnesota review.  Ka, the protagonist of Orhan Pamuk’s novel Snow (2005), is an Istanbul-born secular intellectual who “couldn’t see how [he] could reconcile . . . becoming a European with a God who required women to wrap themselves … Continue reading [From the Archives] Religious Cosmopolitanism? Orhan Pamuk, the Headscarf Debate, and the Problem with Pluralism