Publications (octobre 2020)

Regulating Difference• Marian Burchardt, Regulating Difference: Religious Diversity and Nationhood in the Secular West, Rutgers University Press, 2020.

 

Religion, Migration, and Existential Wellbeing book cover• Moa Kindström Dahlin, Oscar Larsson and Anneli Winell, Religion, Migration and Existential Wellbeing, Routledge, 2020.

 

 

Kinship, Law and Politics• Joseph E. David, Kinship, Law and Politics. An Anatomy of Belonging, Cambridge University Press, 2020.

 

 

• André Encrevé, Les protestants et la vie politique française. De la révolution à nos jours, CNRS, 2020.

 

 

 

• Haoues Seniguer, L’islamisme decrypté (Bibliothèque de l’iReMMO), L’Harmattan, 2020.

Publications (février)

• Maïtena Armagnague-Roucher, Une jeunesse turque en France et en Allemagne, Lormont, Le Bord de l’eau, coll. « Clair & Net », 2016.

 

• Amélie Barras, François Dermange, Sarah Nicolet, Réguler le religieux dans les sociétés libérales. Les nouveaux défis, Genève, Labor et Fides (Religions et modernités, 2015.

 

• Lori Beaman, Seteven Tomlins (dir.), Atheist Identities – Spaces and Social ContextsSpringer, 2015.

 

• James A. Beckford, Migration and Religion I (The International Library of Studies on Migration series). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2016.

 

• Jean Birnbaum, Un silence religieux. La gauche face au djihadisme, Paris, Seuil 2016.

 

 

• Catherine Maurer et Catherine Vincent (dir.), La coexistence confessionnelle en France et en Europe germanique et orientale du Moyen Âge à nos jours, Lyon, LARHRA (Chrétiens et Sociétés – Documents et Mémoires 27), 2015.

Migration, foi, action

Un appel à contribution est ouvert pour un colloque Migration, Faith, and Action: Shifting The Discourse, University of Oxford, 8-9 mai 2014.

In a time when globalization emphasizes the free flow of ideas, goods, and capital, migration appears at the forefront of political agendas in many countries around the world. Discussions on migration tend to focus
on the economy, emphasizing the protection of the working class and the attraction of highly skilled migrants; on national identity, emphasizing nationalism and “us versus them” sentiments; and on national security, emphasizing protection from external threats. Economists, politicians, and media outlets primarily shape the discussions around migration, while religious and faith traditions play, at best, a marginal role in defining the discourse.

The conference will explore two themes:
1. Faith: What discourses do faith traditions provide surrounding migration?
2. Action: What is the role of faith communities and faith-based organizations in the complex landscape of migration?
We encourage submissions that reflect on the following related items, among others:
● What narratives do the theological and faith traditions have about migration, migrants, and those who receive them?
● Does the blessed life, does the good life, involve migrating orreceiving migrants?
● What practices prevail now in the theological traditions regarding migration?
● Which values or specific attitudes should prevail regarding migration?
● How are narratives from faith traditions manifest in the world through the projects and programs of faith-based organizations?
● Could a fresh way of speaking or discourse generate new approaches to migration in law and policy?
The first day of the conference will feature a documentary screening and discussion with Norma Romero, a member of “Las Patronas”, Mexico’s 2013 National Human Rights Award winners.
Submission Guidelines
Please submit abstracts (300 words max) with title to migrationfaithaction@gmail.com with “Migration, Faith, and Action” as the subject line by 15 March 2014. If you have any questions please contact the organizers, Robert Heimburger, Alejandro Olayo-Méndez, Lena Wettach, Paul Kellner, at migrationfaithaction@gmail.com.
Please note: Travel funding for this conference is the responsibility of participants.

Publications, février 2014


– Philippe Baud (dir.), Manger, voie spirituelle, Genève, Labor et Fides, 2014.

– Yannick Fer, Gwendoline Malogne-Fer, (dir.), Le protestantisme évangélique à l’épreuve des cultures, Paris, L’Harmattan, 2014.

Migration and Religion in Europe– Ester Gallo, Migration and Religion in Europe. Comparative Perspectives on South Asian Experiences, Ashgate, 2014.

– Mark Jennings, Exaltation. Ecstatic Experience in Pentecostalism and Popular Music, New York / Oxford, Peter Lang, 2014.

– Irina Molodikova, Alan Watt, Growing Up in the North Caucasus: Society, Family, Religion and Education, Routledge, 2013.

– Christine Rodier, La question halal. Sociologie d’une consommation controversée, Paris, Puf, 2014.

Les religion dans le nexus migration-développement

Un appel à contribution est ouvert pour un panel Religion in the migration-development nexus? Co-production and negotiation across transnational social space du colloque annuel de Royal Geographical Society, Londres, 27-29 août 2014. Continuer la lecture de « Les religion dans le nexus migration-développement »

Publications, janvier 2014

Revisionism and Diversification in New Religious Movements

– Eileen Barker (dir.), Revisionism and Diversification in New Religious Movements (Minority Religions and Spiritual Movements), Ashgate, 2014.

 

– Ester Gallo (dir.), Migration and Religion in Europe. Comparative Perspectives on South Asian Experiences, Ashgate 2014.

 

– David M. Kirkham (dir.), State Responses to Minority Religions. Aldershot, Ashgate, 2013.