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The theme for the ninth annual International Islamophobia Conference is framed by a critical article written by Professor S. We included the full article below to contextualize the ninth annual conference call for papers, which seeks to examine five areas framed by the authors and abstracts should engage one or more of these strands. The conference welcomes panels organized around one of the themes or a panel that have distinct papers each covering one of the themes.
Pedagogical Approaches to Islamophobia Studies Field more. The field has been enriched and challenged by this rapid expansion. Each contributor to the field has set out to provide a working definition for Islamophobia, selection of an academic and research methodology and collecting relevant data to qualify their thesis. The time is right for a conference focusing on the pedagogical approaches to the Islamophobia Studies Field that can begin to critically examine existing research, explore the gaps and anchor future projects.
The conference seeks contributions from all academic specializations and community based research programs that are broadly engaged in the Islamophobia Studies Field.
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What are the pedagogical and theoretical orientation of current ongoing research and what conceptualization are being utilized to determine and shape the intellectual production? Clearly, the Islamophobia Studies Field has publications and articles from anthropology, De-colonial Studies, critical race theory, cultural Studies, sociology, media and political science fields, comparative immigration and refugee studies, public health, security and public policy etc.
However, the goal of the conference is to foster a sustained conversation on the methods, theoretical and pedagogical approaches shaping all these contributions. Send the abstract to the attention of Dr.
November 7th: Invites for selected papers. December 1st: Final papers are due for all participants. View on irdp. CFP: Islamophobia and the end of liberalism? Islamophobia: Has a tipping point been reached? In this context, the attacks served to affirm Muslim otherness, difference and uncivilized characteristics while unleashing an avalanche of racist, essentialist and xenophobic attacks from all sides of the political spectrum.
Rather than viewing the attacks as the work of terrorists, the political leadership opted to problematize the Muslims, as a group, and sought to institute measures to restrict political and religious expressions and narrowing the scope of civil society for French Muslims. Furthermore, the approval of the British Counter-Terrorism and Security Bill law and the extreme measures taken in France including the detention of Muslim children into police custody for interrogation and targeting modest modes of dress has eroded the already battered edifice of civil liberties.
We begin to see the descent into a "police state". Islamophobia in France is now coming out with a force not only to justify and bring votes to extreme right parties but also to justify violation of civil rights and elimination of civil liberties. This affects not only Muslim citizens but in due time all citizens are effected.
Send the abstract to Dr. Hatem Bazian at hatemb berkeley. Call for papers Islamophobia: neo racism and systems of oppression Montreal, October While several analyses have highlighted discrimination, racism and aversion to Muslims as a racialized group and to Islam as a Call for papers Islamophobia: neo racism and systems of oppression Montreal, October While several analyses have highlighted discrimination, racism and aversion to Muslims as a racialized group and to Islam as a religion, there also seem to be processes of normalization and trivialisation of Islamophobia in the West.
Although governments developed some of these laws in the aftermath of events such as in the United States, the attacks on the Canadian Parliament or the Charlie Hebdo attacks in France, it is revealing to approach the study of Islamophobia by going beyond the mere fear, real or imagined, of Islam and Muslims in order to also consider the impacts of these new forms of governmentality and population management technologies that are put forth in the name of national security.
Thinking of geopolitical issues, like wars in the Middle East and the privatisation of conflicts in the expropriation of energy resources, in relation to the increase of Islamophobic discourses and practices at the national and international scales leads to several questions. How are the figures of the Muslim man, the Muslim woman and Islam constructed as enemies of the state?
How do these Islamophobic discourses and practices unfold? What are the underlying systems of oppression at play?
Israel and Its Army: From Cohesion to Confusion
Finally, how is Islamophobia used to construct a utopic image of a free West, defender of equality and freedom? There is a richer Anglophone literature on the question of Islamophobia and although Francophone academic spaces have barely approached these questions, we would like for this event to initiate a series of gatherings on the topic. In order to do this, we suggest two lines of thinking for consideration of this theme. Indeed, it is useful to study Islamophobia from the European expansion of the 15th century, where Western modernity, shaped by colonialism, produced several rational discourses on inferiorisation, exploitation and domination of numerous peoples and nations.
We suggest questioning the impact and the relevance of this hegemony on Otherness in the Western context despite its various national trajectories. We favour a multidisciplinary approach that combines different historical, sociological and anthropological perspectives, among others, in order to reflect on the various Islamophobic discourses produced in this colonial matrix and their structural and structuring lasting effects. Ultimately, it is about considering ties between the various forms of racism deriving from this legacy, such as Islamophobia and racism towards Black people, indigenous peoples, the Roma, etc.
Reflecting on the various articulations of Islamophobic discourse, through various national contexts, allows for a better understanding of the underlying issues animating each of them. How does the recurring conflation of Muslims with Arabs and people from the Maghreb contribute to the invisibilization of other oppressed Muslims? We are looking for analyses where Muslim men and women are approached as non-homogeneous groups, varied and diverse, living with and experiencing oppression in manifold subjectivities.
Submission procedures Proposals should be submitted as a short argument words in English or in French, along with a short biography words maximum. Proposals must be sent before 15 August , by email to islamophobia. The conference will be held on October If international law recognizes nation states, what role is there for solidarity on the basis of a trans-national ummah? With national boundaries, to what extent are Muslims allowed to have solidarity with non-Muslims, whether as minorities in non-Muslim lands or in Muslim majority countries? Can allegiance to a secular state be absolute for a believer?
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What texts are to be considered authoritative when approaching these questions? And is there one locus or multiple loci for legitimate interpretive authority? While the focus remains on the headlines, a much deeper epistemic debate is at hand centering on re-constituting Islamic authority in the post Ottoman, nationalist and post-colonial periods.
Attempts at re-constituting Islamic authority have taken many forms but there remain more questions than answers. Indeed, we have arrived at a point where Islamic authority is limited, non-existent, sidelined, or mocked due to engagement in tangential and inconsequential debates. Where are we? Individual papers will be combined to form thematic panels; pre-organized panels are welcome.
Submit a word abstract in a Microsoft word or pdf document, with a short bio to be used for publicity, to Dr. Hatem Bazian hbazian zaytuna. This international and interdisciplinary conference will address recent political developments in the academy that points to increasing administrative moves directed at censoring Palestine as a subject for intellectual engagement and This international and interdisciplinary conference will address recent political developments in the academy that points to increasing administrative moves directed at censoring Palestine as a subject for intellectual engagement and organizing efforts.
In addition to this extraordinary institutional intervention, external organizations, on more than one occasion, have been allowed to influence, dictate, and prescribe the terms of freedom of speech through codes of civility that severely undermines the standing of Palestinians, Arabs and Muslims as an educational topic and a political campaign. The assault on free speech and academic freedom has also come disguised as civil rights complaints under Title VI directed at Department of Education funding.
Lawsuits targeting the university for the specific purpose of censoring Palestine have already created a chilling effect on college campuses despite federal Judge Richard Seeborg dismissing such claims in Felber v. More broadly, how censoring Palestine at the university is linked to ongoing efforts in the erosion of free speech and academic freedom due to the corporatization and militarization of institutions of higher learning is encouraged.
Please send a word abstract in response to one or more of the issues highlighted above is suggested, and a short words biography to the attention of Dr. Hatem Bazian: hatemb berkeley. View on irdproject. View on islamophobiaconparis. Videos of Lectures.
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