Islamophobia Is Not Racism

Imperialism and structural inequalities are highly relevant to the post-Cold War framing of Islam on a global scale, but neither race or “phobia” captures the full complexity of the power dynamics at play.

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The Un-Dutchable Challenge of Pluralism

In recent years pluralist co-existence has been pushed to the center of political and social discussion in the Netherlands, as once “received” understandings of integration, including various models of multiculturalism, are called into question. For Dutch society, otherwise known for its pragmatism and tolerance, the path forward to a more effective pluralist co-existence remains uncertain. Read the full article »

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