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Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Volume 9

Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Volume 9

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Table of contents

Contents
Preface
The Editors
List of Technical Terms

Islamophobia, Muslimophobia: From Words to Acts
Samim Akgönül

Country Surveys

Albania
Olsi Jazexhi

Armenia
Sevak Karamyan and Gevorg Avetikyan

Austria
Kerem Öktem and Güler Alkan

Azerbaijan
Altay Goyushov

Belarus
Daša Słabčanka

Belgium
Jean-François Husson

Bosnia and Herzegovina
Muhamed Jusić

Bulgaria
Aziz Nazmi Shakir

Croatia
Dino Mujadžević

Cyprus
Ali Dayıoğlu and Mete Hatay

Czech Republic
Štěpán Macháček

Denmark
Brian Arly Jacobsen

Estonia
Ringo Ringvee

Finland
Teemu Pauha

France
Anne-Laure Zwilling

Georgia
Thomas Liles and Bayram Balci

Germany
Mathias Rohe

Greece
Konstantinos Tsitselikis and Alexandros Sakellariou

Hungary
Esztella Csiszar

Ireland
James Carr

Italy
Maria Bombardieri

Kosovo
Jeton Mehmeti

Latvia
Simona Gurbo

Lithuania
Egdūnas Račius

Luxembourg
Elsa Pirenne

Macedonia
Muhamed Ali

Moldova
Aurelia Felea

Montenegro
Sabina Pačariz

The Netherlands
Martijn de Koning

Norway
Sindre Bangstad and Olav Elgvin

Poland
Agata S. Nalborczyk

Portugal
José Mapril, Pedro Soares and Laura Almodovar

Romania
Irina Vainovski-Mihai

Russia
Elmira Akhmetova

Serbia
Ivan Ejub Kostić

Slovakia
Michal Cenker

Slovenia
Christian Moe

Spain
Jordi Moreras

Sweden
Göran Larsson and Simon Sorgenfrei

Switzerland
Mallory Schneuwly Purdie and Andreas Tunger-Zanetti

Turkey
Ahmet Erdi Öztürk

Ukraine
Mykhaylo Yakubovych

United Kingdom
Alison Scott-Baumann

Publicités
 
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State-Nationalisms in the Ottoman Empire, Greece and Turkey

State-Nationalisms in the Ottoman Empire, Greece and Turkey

Orthodox and Muslims, 1830-1945

 

Introduction: The Ottoman Empire and After Benjamin Fortna

1. Elites and the Formation of National Identity: The Case of the Greek Orthodox Millet, Mid-19th Century to 1922 Dimitris Kamouzis

2. Millet Legacies in a National Environment: Political Elites and Muslim Communities in Greece, 1830s-1923 Stefanos Katsikas

3. Nationalist Infiltrations in Ottoman Thrace, ca. 1870-1912: The Case of the Kaza of Gumuljina Paris Konortas

4. A Minority in a State of Flux: Greek Self-Administration and Educastion in Post-lausanne Istanbul, ca. 1923-1930 Dimitris Kamouzis

5. The Politics of Turkey Towards the Ecumenical Patriarchate: The Single-Party Era (1923-1945) Elcin Macar

6. A Minority in a State of Hostage: The Muslims of Greece, 1923-1941 Stefanos Katsikas

7. The Ankara Agreement of 1930 and the Minorities: Reconciliation, Normalization or Instrumentalization? Samim Akgonul

8. “Tax Me to the End of my Life!”: Anatomy of an Anti-Minority Tax Legislation, 1942-43 Ayhan Aktar

Conclusion

 
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Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Volume 4

Yearbook of Muslims in Europe, Volume 4

Edited by Jørgen S. Nielsen, University of Copenhagen; Samim Akgönül, Strasbourg University; Ahmet Alibašić, Faculty of Islamic Studies and Center for Advanced Studies, Sarajevo and Egdūnas Račius, Vytautas Magnus University

The Yearbook of Muslims in Europe provides an up-to-date account of the situation of Muslims in Europe. Covering 46 countries of Europe in its broader sense, the Yearbook presents a country-by-country summary of essential data with basic statistics and evaluations of their reliability, surveys of legal status and arrangements, organisations, etc. Data have been brought up to date from the previous volume.

From 2012 onwards, the Yearbook of Muslims in Europe will continue as two separate publications. The Yearbook will remain the annual reference work for country surveys … read more

 
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Call for papers : Journal of Muslims in Europe

Call for Papers

for a special issue for the

Journal of Muslims in Europe

« Europe with or without Muslims – narratives of Europe »

 

Guest editors:

Göran Larsson, University of Gothenburg

Riem Spielhaus, University of Copenhagen

 

We are seeking papers for a special issue of the new double blind-peer reviewed Journal by BRILL on Muslims in Europe to come out in Spring 2013. This special issue seeks to take up tensions in conflicting stories about and different perspectives on Europe’s history and identity that present Europe without Muslims or contrastingly portray Muslims as part of Europe’s past and present.

 

Under the headline “Europe with or without Muslims – narratives of Europe” we aim to bring together a number of perspectives from multiple disciplinary fields such as history, religious studies, cultural anthropology, political science and sociology in an analysis of diverging accounts and notions of Europe over time and places throughout the continent, open as well to external perspectives. The initial question thereby is, what role Islam and Muslims have played and still play in the imagining of what Europe means.

 

This way we aim to direct our view at the nexus between constructions of Europe and developments within contemporary European Islam providing space both for a critical review of academic approaches and the development of new impulses for future research.

 

Besides empirical papers we strongly encourage theoretical papers that challenge current research on Islam and Muslims in Europe and reflect on the own position of the researchers and his or her contributions to the construction of Europe and the role and function of Islam and Muslims.

 

We invite papers that address one of the topics of two sessions described below. Deadline for sending your abstracts: July the 1st, 2012. Accepted participants will be notified by July 20, 2012. If your paper is accepted, you must submit the final paper (max 10,000 words inclusive of footnotes) by 20 October 2012.

 

Applications to submit a short paper should include: 1. Proposer’s name and affiliation, 2. a title for the paper, 3. a ca. 500 word abstract.

All abstracts and paper should be written in English.

 Time frame:

Deadline for abstracts (ca. 500 words)     1.July 2012

Deadline for sending final papers             20.October 2012

Publication                                                     15.March 2013

 

 

Paper proposals should be send electronically in Microsoft Word formats to

Göran Larsson, University of Gothenburg: goran.larsson@religion.gu.se

and

Riem Spielhaus, University of Copenhagen: rsp@teol.ku.dk.

 

For this special issue we invite papers on the narratives imagining Europe with and without Muslims analyzing contents, actors and setting of those narratives that relate to one or several of the following questions:

 

1. Localizing debates connecting Europe and Islam:

In what way are debates about Europe and its identity mentioning the European past with reference to Muslim’s presence in Europe on the local, regional, national or European Union level? How do these different levels (local, regional, national, transnational) intersect?

2. Imagining Europe without Muslims:

What are the main patterns of the dominant constructions of Europe’s heritage like notions of a Judaeo-Christian heritage? Where and by whom are these narratives told? To what extent are they embedded in European integration or projects of community or nation-building?

3. Narratives of Europe inclusive of Muslims:

In what cases is the Muslim history of Europe used as counter narrative to question the construction of Europe as a Christian continent? What groups of people insist on an imagination of Europe with Muslims? How are these narratives used to strengthen a feeling of belonging and responsibility of current Muslims?

4. Contextualizing Islam debates in European history of thought:

Is it possible to make any comparison between current debates about Islam and Muslims and previous debates about ties between religions and national identities e.g. different Christian denominations in early modern Europe?

5. Imagining Europe from outside:

How is the relationship between Europe and its Muslim inhabitants viewed beyond the Mediterranean? Do accounts of European history and presentations of the contemporary Europe from within and without bear considerable differences?

 
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Yearbook of Muslims in Europe n° 4

Yearbook of Muslims in Europe n° 4

Edited by Jørgen S. Nielsen, University of Copenhagen; Samim Akgönül, Strasbourg University; Ahmet Alibašić, Center for Advanced Studies, Sarajevo; Brigitte Maréchal, Cismoc, Université Catholique de Louvain and Egdūnas Račius, Vytautas Magnus University

 

The Yearbook of Muslims in Europe provides an up-to-date account of the situation of Muslims in Europe. Covering 46 countries of Europe in its broader sense, the Yearbook presents a country-by-country summary of essential data with basic statistics and evaluations of their reliability, surveys of legal status and arrangements, organisations, etc. Data have been brought up to date from the previous volume.
From 2012 onwards, the Yearbook of Muslims in Europe will continue as two separate publications. The Yearbook will remain the annual reference work for country surveys on Muslims in Europe. The former article and review section of the yearbook are now published as the new Journal of Muslims in Europe.

The Yearbook of Muslims in Europe is an important source of reference for government and NGO officials, journalists, and policy makers as well as scholars

 
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Old and New Islam in Greece

 

 
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The “Arab Revolutions” as a Challenge for Islam and Muslims in the EU and their Perception in Europe

The “Arab Revolutions” as a Challenge for Islam and
Muslims in the EU and their Perception in Europe

INTERNATIONAL SCIENCE AND POLICY WORKSHOP

9 February 2012

Brussels

 
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