#Europecontested: Race, Secularism and Islam in Europe

Race, Secularism and Islam in Europe Date: 23 November 2017 Time: 13.30 – 15.00 Venue: Radboud University Nijmegen Religion and race are important themes in the disputes about Europe’s identity. References to Europe as a modern secular society, a Judaeo-Christian civilization, or a white continent are often expressed but also challenged. Within these debates issues […] Continue Reading →

International conference: ‘Europe Contested’ #europecontested

The Institute for Historical, Literary and Cultural Studies and the Faculty of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies of the Radboud University Nijmegen, the Netherlands cordially invite you to the international conference ‘Europe Contested’. Europe’s identity is often disputed, its boundaries challenged, its authority questioned. This conference addresses these issues by bringin Continue Reading →

De identiteitspolitiek van de anti-identiteitspolitiek

Identiteitspolitiek ligt onder vuur. En om goede redenen aangezien identiteitspolitiek voortdurend gericht is op verschillen met de ander en de neiging bestaat om verschillen te absoluteren. De vraag komt dan voortdurend op wie namens wie mag spreken en wie er wel aan het gesprek mag meedoen en wie niet, zoals mijn collega Amade M’charek terecht […] Continue Reading →