Muslim Fundamentalism; Customer Abuse to Service Workers
Muslims against Muslim Fundamentalism - Laurie Taylor talks to Karima Bennoune, US Professor of Law and author of a groundbreaking book which addresses resistance to religious extremism in Muslim majority contexts. Over a 3 year period, she interviewed nearly 300 people from almost 30 countries, from Afghanistan to Mali, Egypt, Israel/Palestine, Niger and Russia.They include teachers, journalists, doctors, musicians, street vendors and women's rights activists - some of whom have risked death. Her subjects range from the secular to the devout, yet all share a desire to challenge religion inspired violence and oppression. She's joined by Professor Stephen Vertigans, a sociologist who has studied Islamic movements globally. Also, Marek Korczynski discusses his research into the abuse of service workers by customers.
Producer: Jayne Egerton.
Professor of International Law at UC Davis School of Law, a member of the board of the network of Women Living Under Muslim Laws and a former Amnesty International Legal Advisor
Find out more about Karima Bennoune
Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here: Untold Stories from the Fight Against Muslim Fundamentalism
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
Event: Your Fatwa Does Not Apply Here": the human rights struggle against Muslim fundamentalism.
Speaker: Professor Karima Bennoune
Chair: Professor Chetan Bhatt
Date and time: Wednesday 23 October 2013, 6.30-8pm
Venue: Old Theatre, Old Building, LSE
London School of Economics and Political Science
This event is free and open to all with no ticket required.
Entry is on a first come, first served basis.
For any queries email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7955 6043.
Professor of Sociology in the School of Applied Social Studies, Robert Gordon University, Scotland
Find out more about Stephen Vertigans
The Sociology of Terrorism: People, Places and Processes
Professor of Work and HRM, Nottingham University
Find out more about Marek Korczynski
By Marek Korczynski and Claire Evans
Work Employment & Society July 25, 2013
Thinking Allowed in association with the British Sociological Association announces a new annual award for a study that has made a significant contribution to ethnography: the in-depth analysis of the everyday life of a culture or sub-culture.
Are you involved in social science research and completing or will have completed an ethnography this year? The Award is open to any UK resident currently employed as a teacher or researcher or studying as a postgraduate in a UK institution of higher education.
An entry should be a completed ethnography, a qualitative research project which provides a detailed description of the practices of a group or culture. Any sole authored book or peer reviewed research article published during the calendar year of the award will be eligible.
The judges for the Award are Professor Dick Hobbs, Professor Henrietta Moore, Dr Louise Westmarland, Professor Bev Skeggs. The Chair is Professor Laurie Taylor. (Please do not contact any judges directly).