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Muslim Community Organizations in the West
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Misrecognition and political agency. Islam and Community Organisation in Australia.
Futures of Islam in France. Future prospects for Islam in Germany: Between secularization, anti-Muslim racism and a new religious consciousness. About this book Introduction The book focusses on the historical emergence and contemporary challenges of Muslim community organizations and their struggle for recognition as ordinary voices in multiethnic and multi-religious civil societies of Western democracies.
It offers a range of different perspectives on how Muslim communities position themselves and navigate the social and political landscape shaped by, on the one hand, normalization of ethno-religious diversity and, on the other, ongoing misrecognition and essentialisation of Muslims in the West.
They will also engage in activities to spread this knowledge to a wider, non-academic audience, including both those within and outside of the Muslim community.
http://clublavoute.ca/radic-para-conocer-gente.php Understanding the importance of the perceptions of the past and the authority drawn from precedent for current Muslim thought and practice is often misunderstood within the academic community, but more crucially among policymakers and the public. This project aims to contribute to raising the level of public debate around these issues by emphasising the creative and future-orientation of modern Muslim understandings of the past.
University of Exeter. Leiden University.