Mariana Rosca has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economy and Sociology and Master of Art in Global Development and Social Justice.
She is currently enrolled in the PhD program on Human Rights: Ethical, Social and Political Challenges funded by Horizon 2020 Marie Sklodowska-Curie COFUND Program.
Her areas of interest are comparative studies, integration policies, with a focus on the politics of religious minorities and migration.
Radical evil and the Canadian multiculturalist otherness
The "radical evil" that tore Europe apart in the 20th century was totalitarianism (Hannah Arendt). Today, this evil has been reincarnated into a barbaric radicalisation that undermines societies. T...
Muslim as ‘Other’ in former Yugoslavia
Balkan Islam, and in particular that of the former Yugoslavia, is plural because of its ethnic diversity. However, the collective perception does not see it that way, due to a double homogenisation...
The legal status of non-Muslims in Algeria. The example of evangelicals and Ahmadis.
This book, which focuses on the situation before 2019, provides keys to explaining the origins of the popular protest movement, the hirak. It shows how the State controls the society, which is pred...
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...
Understanding freedom of religion around the Mediterranean
How to manage religious plurality? Three researchers from our network look back at the history of the northern, eastern and southern shores of the Mediterranean to understand the diversity of legal...
The imam, the “priest” of Muslims?
Conference « Religious Authority in Islam », organised by the Centre for the Study of Cultures and Religions and the Research Unit of the Catholic University of Lyon (UCLy), on 18 and 19 November 2...
Religious minorities in France
Edited by Anne-Laure Zwilling This unique book, bringing together nearly 80 sociologists, ethnologists, anthropologists, historian, wants to allow a better knowledge of the religious groups present...
The fatwa in Europe. Minority rights and integration issues
The growing interest in fatwâs and the different ways of regulating the overabundance of muftîs in Europe and in the world, in particular in the Arab world, has encouraged Islamologists to work on ...