Proud to be presenting in a panel on ‘Imagining Islamic Extremism’, organized by John Dulin of Stanford University at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association (AAA) in San Jose, California, later this week, Sat Nov 17 2018.
Category Archives: Radicalization
Happy to announce the publication of a commissioned essay on Norway’s July 22 2011 right-wing extremist terrorist attacks and the lessons which Norway has failed to learn in the aftermath, courtesy of the Duke University Press/World Policy Institute’s World Policy Journal (WPJ).
For the past two years, I have as a researcher collected data on ‘counter-radicalization’ policies in Norway for an international and trans-disciplinary research project funded by the Norwegian Research Council (NRC) through its SAMKUL Programme. Entitled ‘Muslim Diversity and Governance of Islam’ and co-ordinated by the political scientist Olav Elgvin at Fafo Institute For Social […]