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This group aims to provide food for thought on the following questions: Are the available conceptual and epistemological methods and tools adequate enough to decipher the specific and complex discourses, practices and developments related to the use of violence in the name of Islam? Isn’t new research imperative to enrich our understanding of this phenomenon, to redress perspectives, to fill current gaps and to deconstruct widespread prejudices?
In summary, the aim of this group is :
1) to emphasise the current need for inter- and multidisciplinary reflection, capable of dealing with violence of all kinds practised in the name of Islam according to its multiple facets and particularities ;
2) to explain how social and human sciences can help to find solutions.
Associate Professor - University of Montreal, Canada.
Candidate for the doctoral program in Applied Human Sciences, University of Montreal
Doctor in Religious Studies; Lecturer in Politics, Religion and Ethics - University of Sherbrooke, Canada
Amany Fouad Salib
Associate Researcher at the Centre of Research on Immigration, Ethnicity and Citizenship -CRIEC (Université du Québec à Montréal, UQAM)
Associate Professor at the Institut of International Studies of Montreal, UQAM
Studies of radicalization leading to violence in the name of Islam: mapping theoretical actors to better understand epistemological and ethical issues
Original title : “Les études de la radicalisation menant à la violence au nom de l’islam : cartographier les acteurs théoriques pour mieux comprendre les enjeux épistémologiques et éthiques” Abs...
The representation of non-Islamist Muslims in Sunni Islamist discourse
Full lecture title : ‘The representation of non-Islamist Muslims in Sunni Islamist discourse: an intra-religious otherness?’ In what ways do non-Brother Muslims (especially secular, liberal and ...
Belonging(s) and territory(s) to the prism of religiosity (al-tadayyun) in current Arab-Muslim thought
Lecture by Wael SALEH, at the second International Congress of PLURIEL in Rome. As Syrian thinker Burhan Ghalioun  French historian Dominique Avon , Moroccan philosopher Abd al-Ila h Balqaziz , Bah...
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Radicalisation leading to violence in the name of Islam: for a France-Quebec referential | EJC 2022
The 34th Entretiens Jacques Cartier will take place in Quebec from 28 to 30 November 2022. A group of Canadian and French researchers will hold a one-day conference on the theme of radicalisation s...
Conference about Radicalization at ‘Entretiens Jacques Cartier’
After a first conference on this theme organized in Quebec in 2019 (32nd Jacques Cartier Interviews), the member research groups of Pluriel from Lyon and Montreal are co-organizing a second confere...