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Multiculturalism, Muslims and citizenship : a European approach
Author:
Modood, Tariq.
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9780415355148
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1st ed.
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New York, NY : Routledge, c2006.
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xii, 212 p.
Contents:
European challenges to multicultural citizenship : Muslims, secularism and beyond / Anna Triandafyllidou, Tariq Modood, Ricard Zapata-Barrero -- Multiculturalism, citizenship and Islam in problematic encounters in Belgium / Hassan Bousetta & Dirk Jacobs -- British Muslims and the politics of multiculturalism / Tariq Modood -- French secularism and Islam: France's headscarf affair / Riva Kastoryano -- The particular universalism of a Nordic civic nation : common values, state religion, and Islam in Danish political culture / Per Mouritsen -- Enemies within the gates - the debate about the citizenship of Muslims in Germany / Werner Schiffauer -- Religious diversity and multiculturalism in Southern Europe : the Italian mosque debate / Anna Triandafyllidou -- The Muslim community and Spanish tradition : maurophobia as a fact, and impartiality as a desideratum / Ricard Zapata-Barrero -- Secularism and the accommodation of Muslims in Europe / Tariq Modood & Riva Kastoryano -- Europe, liberalism and the 'Muslim question' / Bhikhu Parekh.
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Summary

This informative collection investigates the European dimension of multiculturalism and immigration. It argues that political theory discourse of multiculturalism and resulting EU policies assume an interpretation of liberalism developed chiefly from the American experience, and that this issue must be addressed as the European experience is entirely different (with the main influx being non-white, ethnic and religious groups challenging liberalism and existing notions of citizenship).

Presenting a fresh and unique perspective of multiculturalism and citizenship in Western Europe today, this book offers a comparative series of national case studies by a diverse range of leading scholars that together provide a theoretical framework for the volume as a whole. The contributors investigate the extent to which we can talk about a common Europe-wide multiculturalism debate, or whether here too there is a Europe of two (or more) gears, in which some countries address multicultural claims swiftly whilst others lag behind, busy with more basic issues of immigrant acceptance and integration.

Comprehensive and interdisciplinary, this text is essential reading for advanced undergraduates, researchers and policy makers interested in immigration, multiculturalism, European integration, Islamic studies and ethnicities.


Table of Contents

Anna Triandafyllidou and Tariq Modood and Ricard Zapata-BarreroHassan Bousetta and Dirk JacobsTariq ModoodRiva KastoryanoPer MouritsenWerner SchiffauerAnna TriandafyllidouRicard Zapata-BarreroTariq Modood and Riva KastoryanoBhikhu Parekh
List of tablesp. ix
Notes on contributorsp. x
Acknowledgementsp. xiii
1 European challenges to multicultural citizenship: Muslims, secularism and beyondp. 1
2 Multiculturalism, citizenship and Islam in problematic encounters in Belgiump. 23
3 British Muslims and the politics of multiculturalismp. 37
4 French secularism and Islam: France's headscarf affairp. 57
5 The particular universalism of a Nordic civic nation: common values, state religion and Islam in Danish political culturep. 70
6 Enemies within the gates: the debate about the citizenship of Muslims in Germanyp. 94
7 Religious diversity and multiculturalism in Southern Europe: the Italian mosque debatep. 117
8 The Muslim community and Spanish tradition: Maurophobia as a fact, and impartiality as a desideratump. 143
9 Secularism and the accommodation of Muslims in Europep. 162
10 Europe, liberalism and the 'Muslim question'p. 179
Indexp. 204