Prof. Dr. Schirin Amir-Moazami
I am a Political Scientist and Sociologist by training and hold a PhD from the European University Institute in Florence. I currently work as a Professor of Islam in Europe at the Institute of Islamic Studies at FU Berlin. My research, teaching and writing focuses on Islam and Muslims in European public spheres, politics of knowledge production and epistemic frameworks and on questions related to body politics. I investigate these research areas mainly from a critical secular studies and critical theory lens.
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Islam in Europe; Politics of Knowledge Production; Critical Secular Studies; Post- and Decolonial Approaches
- Amir-Moazami, Schirin, ed. 2018. Der inspizierte Muslim. Zur Politisierung der Islamforschung in Europa. Bielefeld: Transcript.
- Amir-Moazami, Schirin. 2020. “Minorities: Empirical and Political-Theoretical Reflections on a Cunning Concept.”, in The Sage Handbook of Political Science, edited by Dirk-Berg Schlosser, Bertrand Badie and Leonardo Morlino, 1514-1529. London: Sage.
Amir-Moazami, Schirin. 2021 (in Press). Interrogating Muslims. The liberal-secular Matrix of Integration, London and Bloomsbury, London, Oxford, New York, New Delhi, Sidney.
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