Liza Schuster, and Nassim Majidib, City University, 2013 Sociology, City University London, London, EC1V 0HB, UK and bCERI, Sciences Po, Paris, 75006, France What happens post-deportation? The experience of deported Afghans

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Professor Mark Hobart, SOAS, University of London Hobart, Mark (2011) ’Live or dead? Televised theatre and its audiences in Bali.’ In: Chan, Felicia andKarpovich, Angelina and Zhang, Xin, (eds.), Genre in Asian film and television: new approaches.Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 13-32.   Key Points Theoretically, Bali has long served as a limiting possibility of the human condition, because Balinese are supposedly so different […]

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Dr Caroline Osella, SOAS, University of London Marriage, matriliniy, migration, ambivalence: Malayali Muslim women’s experiences of shifting forms of family and household.(2012) Culture and Religion    

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Professor John Picton, SOAS, London West African sculpture, masquerade and textile history; and developments in sub-Saharan visual practice since the mid-19th century.

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Dr Bhaskar Mukhopadhyay, Goldsmiths, London, Dream Kitsch: Indigenous Media, “11 September” and the Work of Pot in the Era of Electronic Transmission, The Journal of Material Culture (Sage), (forthcoming).

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Dr Sevket Akyildiz, SOAS, University of London. British Muslims of small town East Sussex Key Points 1. British Muslims and social change in twenty-first century United Kingdom 2. The history and politics of mosque commuities in small town East Sussex, England 3. The aspirations of British Muslims in local non-city environments, and the response of […]

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Professor Michel Hockx, SOAS, University of London Hockx, Michel (2012) ‘The Literary Field and the Field of Power: The Case of Modern China.’ Paragraph, 35 (1). pp. 49-65. Key Points The study of modern and contemporary Chinese literature has been dominated by overly politicized models. Often writers and works were deemed good or bad not […]

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Dr Fernando Resende, School of Oriental and African Studies, London UFF (Brazil)/CNPq/ Visiting Scholar (SOAS) Narratives of conflicts and diasporic movements Key Points Research focuses on narratives of conflicts and diasporic movements; theory and philosophy of communication; journalism; culture; comparative media and documentary studies; critical cultural studies and the impact of geopolitical discursive relations (narratives […]

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Dr Anshuman Mondal, Brunel University, London Did Fatwa Really Lead to Jihad? Kenan Malik and the narrative of failure

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Professor Anthony Laden, University if Illinois at Chicago, USA The gift of trust: how to get there from here

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Professor Tariq Modood, MBE, University of Bristol Multiculturalism, 2nd Edition, Tariq Modood, March 2013, Polity

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Dr Sarah Keenan, School of Oriental and African Studies, London Keenan, Sarah (2011) ‘Safe spaces for dykes in danger? Refugee law’s production of the vulnerable lesbian subject.’ In: FitzGerald, Sharron, (ed.), Regulating the international movement of women: From protection to control. Routledge, pp. 29-47.

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Professor Valérie Amiraux, Professor of Sociology, University of Montreal, Canada

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Dr. Nasar Meer, University of Northumbria, Newcastle upon Tyne Scottish Nationhood and Ethnic Minorities. Fellowship at the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities, University of Edinburgh, 2012-2013

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Dr. Amina Yaqin on Muslims, Multiculturalism and Trust: New Directions Venue: School of Oriental and African Studies, Russell Square, Khalili Lecture Theatre, 1st June 2013 http://www.soas.ac.uk/centresoffice/events/framingmuslims/01jun2013-muslims-multiculturalism-and-trust-new-directions.html

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Professor Peter Morey on Muslims, Multiculturalism and Trust: New Directions Venue: School of Oriental and African Studies, Russell Square, Khalili Lecture Theatre, 1st June 2013 http://www.soas.ac.uk/centresoffice/events/framingmuslims/01jun2013-muslims-multiculturalism-and-trust-new-directions.html

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Cristina Moreno Almeida, School of Oriental and African Studies, London Popular youth culture in Contemporary Morocco and the re-imagining of the nation: a case study of hip-hop

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Dr. Amina Yaqin, School of Oriental and African Studies, London Morey, Peter and Yaqin, Amina (2011) Framing Muslims; stereotyping and representation after 9/11. Cambridge, Massachusetts, London, England: Harvard University Press

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