Allievi Stefano
Director of the master course on islam in Europe, professor of sociology, social pluralism and cultural conflicts - University of Padua.
Adresse mail
stefano.allievi@unipd.it
Université et pays de rattachement
University of Padua - Italy
Fonction actuelle
  • Director of the Master Course on Islam in Europe, University of Padua
  • President of the Master’s Degree Course in Sociology at the University Of Padua
  • Professor of Sociology and of Social Pluralism and Cultural Conflicts, University of Padua, Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education and Applied Psychology
Titres académiques
  • Professor
  • Tenured; Qualified To Full Professorship In December 2013 And February 2014
  • Member and co-founder of the Interuniversity Centre Culture, Religions and Law – FIDR (International Forum for Democracy & Religions)
Domaines d’enseignement
  • Sociology
  • Social Pluralism and Cultural Conflicts
Domaine de recherche
  • Sociology of Islam
  • Sociology of Religion
Thématique de recherche
  • The production of Islamic Knowledge in Europe: Islam as a Brand
  • Islam and Muslims in Europe (Conflicts, Mosques and Islamic Places of Worship in Europe; Religious Conversions)
  • Religious Pluralism in Italy
Publications / contributions
  • Mosques in Western Union, in Oxford Islamic Studies Online – OISO, Oxford University Press (2014, to be published).
  • The Production of Western Islamic Knowledge, in R. Tottoli (ed.) “Routledge Handbook on Islam in the West” (2014, in print).
  • Producing Islamic Knowledge. Transmission and Dissemination in Western Europe (Eds. M. Van Bruinessen And S. Allievi), London-New York, Routledge, 2011.
  • Mosques of Europe. Why a Solution has become a problem (Ed.), London, Alliance Publishing Trust / Network of European Foundations, 2010.
  • I Musulmani e la Società Italiana. Percezioni Reciproche, Conflitti Culturali, Trasformazioni Sociali (Ed.), Milano, Franco Angeli, 2009.
Fiche
CV-ALLIEVI-Stefano.pdf
Vidéos
Publications
  • Producing Islamic Knowledge. Transmission and Dissemination in Western Europe. , Routledge, 2010, 196, p.