Conference: “Islamophobia and the End of Liberalism”, University of California, Berkeley, 21-23 April 2017
این کنفرانس در صدد ارائه برنامه ای میان رشته ای با هدف انعکاس و پاسخ به بحران نظم لیبرلی در پسا جنگ سرد است. به این منظور بررسی ارتباط میان اسلام هراسی و تغییر شکل جوامع غربی مورد نظر است.
آخرین مهلت ارسال چکیده آثار: 30 ژانویه 2017
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Islamophobia is most commonly understood to be a problem that impacts adversely on Muslim minorities living in Western countries. The growing literature on Islamophobia has contributed to this understanding by focusing on the role of media in spreading of negative views about Muslims and Islam, the implication being that the problem of Islamophobia could largely be resolved by fairer media treatment. It is not clear, however, that Islamophobia is simply about how Muslims are portrayed. As recent events demonstrate, Islamophobia is implicated in the broader crisis of post-Cold War liberal order.
The electoral triumph of Trump has been hailed as a clear sign that the post-Cold war liberal order is unravelling. The crisis of post-Cold War liberal order has been read in myriad of ways, including the failure of neo-liberal globalization, the fall-out from the financial crisis of 2008, the advance of technology. Throughout the Western plutocracies, politicians and parties who would until recently be considered beyond the pale of political respectability are making electoral gains and reshaping the national conversation. One of the central themes of these challengers to post-Cold war settlement is the desire to ‘take back their country’. Despite the variety of national and regional contexts in which these narratives of national recovery and restoration are situated, the Muslim presence looms large as an obstacle and a threat.