Category: Research International

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Citizenship in education – Dutch Muslims in Islamic schools

Together with my colleagues Thijl Sunier and Jamal Ahajjaj, I have written a chapter “Activating Muslims: Citizenship in Dutch Islamic Schools” in the volume Difference and Sameness in Schools: Perspectives from the European Anthropology...

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Étienne Balibar and Immanuel Wallerstein – Intersecting Optics: A Dialogue on ”Race, Nation, Class“

Sociologist Immanuel Wallerstein passed away. Probably best known for his work four-volume World‑Systems Analysis. In the video below you see an interview with Immanuel Wallerstein and Étienne Balibar 30 years after their seminal volume Race, Nation, Class: Ambiguous Identities on the dynamics between racism, class and nationalist currents.

PhD candidate for the NWO funded research project 'Forces that bind or divide?' 0

PhD candidate for the NWO funded research project 'Forces that bind or divide?'

The Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research and the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Amsterdam are looking for a PhD candidate who will participate in the research project ‘Forces that bind or divide? Muslim interventions in the public realm 1989 – 2016’, directed by Annelies Moors.

Religion in the Netherlands – The Rough Data 0

Religion in the Netherlands – The Rough Data

Dutch sociologists R. Eising, G. Kraaykamp, P. Scheepers and P. Thijs, have now published a data guide: Religion in Dutch Society – Documentation of a national survey on religious and secular attitudes and behaviour in 2011-2012. This Data Guide provides the documentation of the research design, the sampling method, and the variables of the national Dutch survey Religion in Dutch Society 2011-2012. Freely available now.