One Love Story

Inua

One love story.   It is one of my father’s favourite stories. My mum recounts it matter-of-factly, without humour or annoyance. For her it just happened. A man happened. She scowled at him but he was unrelenting. They were married in Lagos, 1981 Nigeria, before moving to Jos, Plateau State, before London, then Dublin, then […]

‘Religion is not a barrier’? Inter-religious marriage in respondents’ own words

Tosin Akinjobi and Babs Babatunde on their Muslim-Christian weddding day April 2013

Please reference this blog post as: Nolte, I. and Jones, R., April 2015. ‘Inter-religious marriage in our survey respondents’ own words’, Knowing Each Other, http://www.knowingeachother.com/2015/04/15/religion-is-not-a-barrier-inter-religious-marriage-in-respondents-own-words/. European Research Council grant agreement no. 283466. In our last blog post, we looked at the statistics about those people who were most likely to say they could advise inter-religious […]

Who is most likely to be in favour of inter-religious marriage in southwestern Nigeria?

Project Data

  Insa Nolte and Rebecca Jones Please reference this blog post as: Nolte, I. and Jones, R., March 2015. ‘Who is most likely to be in favour of inter-religious marriage in southwestern Nigeria?’, Knowing Each Other, http://www.knowingeachother.com/2015/03/25/who-is-most-likely-to-be-in-favour-of-inter-religious-marriage-in-southwestern-nigeria/. European Research Council grant agreement no. 283466.   In contrast to many other countries, the Knowing Each Other ethnographic […]

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