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Mallory Schneuwly Purdie

Mallory Schneuwly Purdie has been studying cultural and religious diversity since the beginning of her career. Her background in ethnology, sociology and religious studies has made her familiar with cultural, social and religious pluralities, their issues and challenges for contemporary societies. Since 2008, she has focused her research on public institutions, in particular prisons.

Mallory Schneuwly Purdie has published extensively in her different fields of research. Recently, her publications have addressed issues related to detention, gender and sexuality, and the diversity of Islam in Switzerland.

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Centre suisse islam et société - Switzerland

Islamic-theological studies with a focus on “Islam and society” (Fribourg)

The Swiss Centre “Islam and Society” runs a doctoral programme “Islam and Society: Islamic-theological studies” designed to study specific, multidisciplinary themes and to support doctoral students in research projects related to Islamic studies and society in the Swiss context. Multidisciplinary approach It is a research and training programme with both specific and transversal themes. It […]

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