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Second Australasian Conference On Islam: Radicalization and Islamophobia

30 November – 01 December 2015 Sydney. Australia

The 2nd Australasian Conference on Islam tries to introduce original and critical research papers addressing the theme Radicalization and Islamophobia: Roots, Relationships and Implications in Religiously Diverse Societies.

This conference aims to explore how radicalization and Islamophobia feed one another and work hand in hand to pull society towards polar extremes. By tackling these issues from political, sociological, psychological and theological angles, this conference aims to explore the root causes of radicalization and in particular the significant impact of Islamophobia to that process.

Prof John EspositoKeynote Speaker:

Prof John Esposito

Religion and International Affairs and of Islamic Studies

Founding Director of Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding

Georgetown University

 

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