The year 2011 has ended which means making research reports. For our Salafism project at Radboud University Nijmegen, 2011 has been a special year since not only Joas Wagemakers defended his PhD cum laude and prof. Harald Motzki who retired, but it is also the last year of the project. In 2012 a Dutch monograph is planned and several articles will be published. But this is my Dutch and international production of 2011:

Scientific articles (peer-reviewed)
Koning, M. de, Edien Bartels, Oka Storms. (2011). Schadelijke traditionele praktijken en cultureel burgerschap – Integratie, seksualiteit en gender. Tijdschrift voor Genderstudies, 14(1), 35-51.

Koning, M. de. (2011). “Moge Hij onze ogen openen” De radicale utopie van het “salafisme”. Tijdschrift voor Religie, Recht en Beleid, 2(2).

Koning, M. de. (2011). Dialoog en Geloof in Actie. Theologisch Debat, 8(2), 19-26.

Articles (non peer-reviewed / professional)
Koning, M. de. (2011) De transnationale salafiyyahbeweging. Internationale Spectator, 65(10), 516-521.

Bookchapter

De Koning, M. de. (2011). “Melting the heart” Muslim youth in the Netherlands and the Qur’an. In Nicolet Boekhoff-van der Voort, Kees Versteegh and Joas Wagemakers (Eds.) The Transmission and Dynamics of the Textual Sources of Islam. Essays in Honour of Harald Motzki. Leiden: Brill Publishers.

Bartels, E., & De Koning, M. (2011). Submission and a Ritual Murder; The transnational aspects of a local conflict and protest. In T. Salman & M. De Theije (Red.), Local Battles – Global Stakes. The Globalization of Local Conflicts and the Localization of Global Interests (pp. 21-41). Amsterdam: VU University Press.

De Koning, M., & Meijer, R. (2011). Going All the Way: Politicization and Radicalization of the Hofstad Network in the Netherlands. In A. E. Azzi, X. Chryssochoou, B. Klandermans, & B. Simon (Red.), Identity and Participation in Culturally Diverse Societies: A Multidisciplinary Perspective (pp. 220-239). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Koning, M. de. (2011). Tussen de profeet en het paradijs. De morele ambities van de salafiyyah in Nederland. In Musschenga & B. Siertsema (Red.), Het Kwaad. Reflecties op de zwarte zijde van ons bestaan (pp. 180-191). Vught: Skandalon.

Koning,M. De. (2011) Netherlands. In Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, red. Jorgen Nielsen, Samim Akgönül, Brigitte Maréchal, en Christian Moe, 1:243-257. Leiden: Brill.

Papers
Fields of Authorization – Transnational connections of authority in Salafi networks by Martijn de Koning. MESA conference 2010, San Diego. 1-4 December 2010

Key note lecture: Hello Salafists! – Salafism, authority and the issue of public anthropology. Rabat Spring School. Netherlands Interuniversity School for Islamic Studies (NISIS), Institut d’études de l’Islam et des Sociétés du Mondes Musulmans (IISMM), cooperation with the Institute de recherche pour le développement (IRD), Centre Jacques-Berque (CJB) and Centre Marocain des Sciences Sociales (CM2S). 21-25 March 2011

“God doesn’t look at your nationality” – The Salafi movement and religious and ethnic identity politics of Moroccan-Dutch Muslims in everyday life. Paper presented at Religion and Ethnicity in the age of Globalization: perspectives from Europe and India. Convenors: Francio Guadeloupe and Olga Sezneva, University of Amsterdam, and Fatima Alikhan, Osmania University, Hyderabad. 29-30 September, 2011, Amsterdam.

Genealogy of Authority. Position paper Roundtable MESA 2011, Washington DC. 30 November – 5 December 2011

Popularized
Guestview: Ritual slaughter ban reflects fights over food and faith in the Netherlands, available at Reuters FaithWorld, Religion, faith and ethics.

Misc.
Lecture “Zoeken naar een ‘zuivere’ islam. De religieuze zoektocht van moslimjongeren en de opkomst van de salafiyyah” Lezing voor FMV – Federatie van Marokkaanse Verenigingen, Antwerpen, vrijdag 28 januari.

Lecture Argan Debate Series ‘The final fatwa’, Amsterdam, 16 September 2011

Lecture “Fear and Loathing in Europe. Life after 9/11” Lezing voor ICCT’s expert meeting on Freedom from Fear: Answering Terrorism with Public Resilience, 3 October 2011.

Lecture “Op zoek naar een islamitische lente. Over gematigde en radicale islam en waar het eigenlijk over zou moeteng aan.” Lezing voor Stichting de Christelijke Pers – Trouwberaad. 3 oktober 2011

Debate De Arabische Lente in Egypte met Tarek Osman, Rachid Touhtouh en Evert van der Zweerde. Soeterbeeck Programma Radboud Universiteit en Lux Nijmegen. 13 september 2011

Debate Religieuze diversiteit: niets dan problemen?! Met Hans Janssen, Mohamed Ajouaou en Erik Borgman. Soeterbeeck Programma Radboud Universiteit en Lux Nijmegen. 30 November 2011

Contribution tv-programma ‘9/11 De dag die de wereld veranderde’ Zembla (NTR) Deel 3: ‘Het bange land’, zondag 11 september om 20.15 uur

You can find all my publications at the ‘Publications Page‘. This page has been updated with recent publications and I have added several links where you can download articles and bookchapters.