Stefano Allievi is a full professor of sociology at the University of Padua.
He was born in Milan, where he graduated from the Institute of Journalism Studies (IFG) and obtained a degree in political science; he then obtained a doctorate in sociology and social research in Trento.
He specialises in the study of migratory phenomena, the sociology of religions (with particular attention to the presence of Islam in Europe), and studies of cultural and political change: subjects on which he has conducted research at national and international level, published in various languages. European languages, Arabic and Turkish. He also carries out an intense activity of dissemination, as a lecturer, columnist, author and translator.
Is Islam in Europe becoming the Islam of Europe?
First International Congress of the University Platform for Research on Islam in Europe and Lebanon (PLURIEL), Lyon, 2016: societal axis Speaker: Stefano Allievi, Professor of Sociology, Director o...
Producing Islamic Knowledge: Transmission and Dissemination in Western Europe
How do Muslims in Europe acquire discursive and practical knowledge of Islam? How are conceptions of Islamic beliefs, values and practices transmitted and how do they change? Who are the authoritie...
Bad guy or good guy? The framing of an imam
In this paper, we investigate framing in the case of an imam in Switzerland. We conducted a qualitative content analysis of 175 articles from Swiss newspapers and public broadcasting websites in Ge...
Breaking Ramadan in the city centre. The public presentation of a young Muslim association
By Federico Biasca and Guillaume Chatagny "This article presents, describes, and analyses an event for breaking the fast organized in the public sphere by a local association of young Muslims in...
Between Standardization And Otherness: Being A Muslim In The In The French Armed Forces
Already present since the colonisation process, the question of Islam within the French army has reappeared strongly with the settling down of the populations resulting from the great waves of indu...
Exploring Islamic Social Work. Between Community and the Common Good
This open access book addresses, for the first time, Islamic social work as an emerging concept at the interface of Islamic thought and social sciences. Applying a multidisciplinary approach it exp...
Does the pandemic affect radicalisation?
Collaboration between Canadian and French researchers in the framework of the Centre Jacques Cartier talks, promoting partnerships between the Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes region and Quebec.
Understanding Ethnic, Religious and Cultural Minorities in Turkey
Volume 26 of the journak Poligrafi, edited by Anja Zalta, Tahir Abbas, and Umut Azak Abstract : The study of ethnic minorities is of vital concern in the context of nations consisting of different...
The secular movement in Lebanon 2006-2019
It was in 2006 that the secular idea (al-‘almâniyya), which the master Boutros al-Bustanî forged in 1861 in his journal Nafîr Sûriyâ, took a political and militant form, when a number of acti...
The challenges of religious visibility in the liberal public space
Western modernity has engaged the religious question, over the past thirty years in processes that show an increased interaction between religiosity, visibility and urban public space. At a time wh...