Musulmans en occident après le 11 septembre

Vient de paraître, un collectif dirigé par Jocelyne Cesari, Muslims in the West after 9/11. Religion, Politics and Law. Routledge, 2009 (264 p., ISBN: 978-0-415-77655-4).
1: Overview: Muslims in Europe and the US
– Securitization of Islam in Europe, Jocelyne Cesari
– Muslims in America, Jane Smith
2: Anti-Terrorism and International Constraints
– The War on Terror and the Muslims in the West, Mahmood Monshipouri
– Bush’s Political Fundamentalism and the “War” against Militant Islam: The US-European Divide, Dirk Nabers
– The Liberal Roots of the American Empire, Michael C. Desch
3: Influence of International Constraints on Politics, Law and Religion in the West
– Welcoming Muslims into the Nation: Tolerance Politics and Integration in Germany, Frank Peter
– Shari’a and the Future of Secular Europe, Jocelyne Cesari
– American Muslims at the Dawn of the 21st Century: Hope and Pessimism in the Drive for Civic and Political Inclusion, Louise Cainkar
– The Concept of the Muslim Enemy in the Public Discourse, Reim Spielhaus and Yasemin Schooman
– Islamic Radicalism in Europe, Farhad Khosrokhavar

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