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in The Immanent Frame Publication date 2019-01-23
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Amid the global rise of the Christian right, some intellectuals and politicians have emphasized the need to affirm a stronger religious left in the United States. The Democrats’ downfall in 2016, this argument goes, has shown the limits of ideological platforms that ignore matters of faith and belonging and stick to technocratic and secular jargon. From this perspective, in order to win the culture war against right-wing evangelicals, progressives urgently need to include religion in their strategy. (First paragraph)

in Observatoire international du fait religieux (bulletin n°24 - décembre 2018) Edited by DIECKHOFF Alain, PORTIER Philippe Publication date 2019-01
BEHR Valentin
SCHIEDER Rolf
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Les rapports qu’entretiennent les acteurs religieux (Eglises, fidèles) avec les populistes sont loin d’être systématiquement cordiaux. Au contraire certaines mobilisations antipopulistes sont menées par des acteurs religieux ou au nom de la religion, ce qui est traité avec les cas américain, polonais et allemand.

in POMEPS Studies Edited by LYNCH Marc, MARZOUKI Nadia Publication date 2018-12
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There has traditionally been a wide divide between the study of the politics of Islam in the Middle East and in the West. Middle East-focused research in American political science has focused in great depth on issues such as political mobilization, social service provision, electoral performance, and Islamist ideologies. American research on Islam in the West, by contrast, has often focused on cultural conflicts, immigration, terrorism, and anti-Islamic campaigns. Today’s European scholarship on Islam distinguishes itself by a wide spectrum of methods, topics, and fieldworks, with a trend toward strong ethnographic research. Over the last two decades, a prolific and pluralist field of scholarship on Islam and Muslims in Europe and the U.S. has emerged and brought to the fore innovative perspectives and understudied topics. On June 28, 2018, POMEPS and Sciences Po CERI convened a workshop with a dozen scholars of Islam and politics in Europe and North America to engage with these various perspectives. Their work in POMEPS Studies 32: The Politics of Islam in Europe and North America illustrates the richness of the field of the politics of Islam in Europe and the U.S.

in POMEPS Studies Publication date 2018-12
LYNCH Marc
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There has traditionally been a wide divide between the study of the politics of Islam in the Middle East and in the West. Middle East-focused research in American political science has focused in great depth on issues such as political mobilization, social service provision, electoral performance, and Islamist ideologies. American research on Islam in the West, by contrast, has often focused on cultural conflicts, immigration, terrorism, and anti-Islamic campaigns. (First paragraph)

in Site du CERI Publication date 2018-11-05
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Le CERI a accuelli au printemps dernier une nouvelle chercheuse, Nadia Marzouki, docteure en science politique (Sciences Po, 2008) et chargée de recherche au CNRS. Nous l'avons interrogée sur ses travaux et sur ses projets. Propos recueillis par Corinne Deloy

in Tumultes Publication date 2018-06
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La question rhétorique « Est-ce donc tout ce qu’il y a ? » relève d’une histoire dans laquelle l’attrait de la transcendance et de la totalité conduit au désappointement. Elle suggère la désillusion devant ce qui est perçu comme une promesse non tenue ou comme une réalité qui se révèle beaucoup moins attrayante qu’on ne l’espérait...

in De l'autre côté du miroir. Comparaisons franco-américaines Edited by SABBAGH Daniel, SIMONET Maud Publication date 2018-04
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[résumé de l'ouvrage] Que peuvent bien avoir de commun l’abstentionnisme électoral, les usages de l’arme aérienne et le processus de consécration de l’œuvre de Jacques Derrida ? Rien, assurément, si ce n’est d’avoir donné lieu à une comparaison entre la France et les États-Unis. Cet ouvrage pluridisciplinaire vient donc pallier un manque, en proposant tout d’abord un panorama structuré des comparaisons entre les deux pays, qui porte aussi bien sur leurs modalités que sur les principaux résultats obtenus. Les thèmes abordés sont le rapport à l’altérité, les formes et frontières de l’État, les mobilisations politiques et les circulations transatlantiques.

in The Immanent Frame Publication date 2018-01-31
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The rhetorical question “Is this all there is?” belongs to a story in which the lure of transcendence and wholeness leads to disappointment. It expresses disillusionment at what is perceived as a broken promise or a reality that turned out to be less enchanting than one hoped...

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Islam: An American Religion demonstrates how Islam as formed in the United States has become an American religion in a double sense—first through the strategies of recognition adopted by Muslims and second through the performance of Islam as a faith. Nadia Marzouki investigates how Islam has become so contentious in American politics. Focusing on the period from 2008 to 2013, she revisits the uproar over the construction of mosques, legal disputes around the prohibition of Islamic law, and the overseas promotion of religious freedom. She argues that public controversies over Islam in the United States primarily reflect the American public's profound divisions and ambivalence toward freedom of speech and the legitimacy of liberal secular democracy.

in Constitution Writing, Religion and Democracy Edited by BÂLI Aslı, LERNER Hanna Publication date 2017
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[book abstract] What role do and should constitutions play in mitigating intense disagreements over the religious character of a state? And what kind of constitutional solutions might reconcile democracy with the type of religious demands raised in contemporary democratising or democratic states? Tensions over religion-state relations are gaining increasing salience in constitution writing and rewriting around the world. This book explores the challenge of crafting a democratic constitution under conditions of deep disagreement over a state's religious or secular identity. It draws on a broad range of relevant case studies of past and current constitutional debates in Europe, Asia, Africa and the Middle East, and offers valuable lessons for societies soon to embark on constitution drafting or amendment processes where religion is an issue of contention.

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