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Winnaars en verliezers van 2013: Dr Kromzwaard Trofee 2013

De winnaars en verliezers van 2013: de beste en slechtste stukken over islam, multiculti, integratie, enzovoorts.

Nieuw in Nederland: #Happylines Dawah

Metro en Sp!ts houden dagelijks ruimte vrij op de voorpagina voor #happylines. Hier kunnen lezers mooie, zelfgeschreven gedachtes, wensen, lieve woorden of een tekening achterlaten voor de volgende lezer. En nu is er Happylines Dawah.

Hello world! Challenges for blogging as anthropological outreach

My comment in Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (JRAI): Hello world! Challenges for blogging as anthropological outreach. Together with my colleague Henk Driessen I organized the Anthropology and/in Publicity conference in 2010. Henk Driessen, Mathijs Pelkmans and yours truly have written a comment in JRAI.

Closing the week 11 – Sectarianism, Syria, Europe, Dutch

A weekly round up of writings on the Internet, some relevant for my research, some political, some funny but all of them interesting (Dutch/English). (As usual to a large extent based upon suggestions from Dutch, other European, American and Middle Eastern readers. Thank you all.) (As usual to a large extent based upon suggestions from Dutch, other European, American and Middle Eastern readers. Thank you all.)

Closing the Week 10 – Women's Day, Prayer, Reverberations, Nones, News, Dutch

A weekly round up of writings on the Internet, some relevant for my research, some political, some funny but all of them interesting (Dutch/English). (As usual to a large extent based upon suggestions from Dutch, other European, American and Middle Eastern readers. Thank you all.) (As usual to a large extent based upon suggestions from Dutch, other European, American and Middle Eastern readers. Thank you all.) This week special attention to the new academic blog on prayer: Reverberations!

Closing the week 8 – Anthro, Islam, Evangelicals, The West, Dutch and Other Affairs

Back from toobusyland: A weekly round up of writings on the Internet, some relevant for my research, some political, some funny but all of them interesting (Dutch/English). (As usual to a large extent based upon suggestions from Dutch, other European, American and Middle Eastern readers. Thank you all.) (As usual to a large extent based upon suggestions from Dutch, other European, American and Middle Eastern readers. Thank you all.)

Closing the week 29 – Featuring Breivik: One Year After

A weekly round up of writings on the Internet, some relevant for my research, some political, some funny but all of them interesting (Dutch/English). (As usual to a large extent based upon suggestions from Dutch, other European, American and Middle Eastern readers. Thank you all.) This week featuring one year of the mass murder by Anders Breivik in Oslo and Utoya, Norway.

Closing the week 27 – Featuring Public Religion

A weekly round up of writings on the Internet, some relevant for my research, some political, some funny but all of them interesting (Dutch/English). (As usual to a large extent based upon suggestions from Dutch, other European, American and Middle Eastern readers. Thank you all.)

Closing the week 17 – Featuring Sex, Arab Women and Orientalism

A weekly round up of writings on the Internet, some relevant for my research, some political, some funny but all of them interesting (Dutch/English). (As usual to a large extent based upon suggestions from Dutch, other European, American and Middle Eastern readers. Thank you all.) This week featuring the sex issue of Foreign Policy with reactions on Mona Eltahawy.

Closing the Week 12 – Featuring The Rise and/or Waning of Radical Islam?

A weekly round up of writings on the Internet, some relevant for my research, some political, some funny but all of them interesting (Dutch/English). (As usual to a large extent based upon suggestions from Dutch, other European, American and Middle Eastern readers. Thank you all.)

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