ISIM/IMES: From Allah to Prada
The International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World (ISIM) and the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies (IMES) cordially invite you to a lecture by
From Allah to Prada
Date: Friday, 9 June 2006
Time: 3.15 to 5 PM
Venue: Room D118a, Oudemanhuispoort 4-6, Amsterdam
Discussant: Martijn de Koning (ISIM)
From Allah to Prada (Forum, 2006) is the title of the first report of an ongoing research project among young Muslims in Amsterdam. From interviews with a panel of insider experts (professionals as well as young Muslims) a typology has been constructed, based on two dimensions (career and religious orientation). The aim of the study is to monitor developments in cultural identity, lifestyle and religion among young Muslims.
Dirk J. Korf, Ph.D., is associate professor in criminology at the Universities of Amsterdam and Utrecht. His main fields of research are lifestyles, patterns and trends of drug use and drug trafficking, as well as crime and crime prevention among ethnic minorities.
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The International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World (ISIM) conducts and promotes interdisciplinary research on social, political, cultural, and intellectual trends and movements in contemporary Muslim societies and communities. The ISIM was inaugurated in 1998 and is based in Leiden, The Netherlands. (http://www.isim.nl)
The Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies is an interdisciplinary research institute of the University of Amsterdam which has existed since 1994. The research programme promotes the encounter and – where possible – the integration of different perspectives and therefore co-operates with the Departments of Anthropology, Sociology, Communication Science, Political Science, Social Geography, Economic Geography, Econometrics, and Administrative Law and the Department of Socal and Economic History.