New Article: Muslim communities in Australia and the ‘mainstreaming’ of outer-group suspicion and apprehension

New Article: Muslim communities in Australia and the ‘mainstreaming’ of outer-group suspicion and apprehension

Professor Fethi Mansouri has written an article that was recently published in the Melbourne Asia Review. The article looks at how Muslims tend to be characterised as the least desirable group of migrants and continue to be viewed with suspicion and apprehension. Few...
Journal Article: Young Muslim Australians’ experiences of intergroup contact and its implications for intercultural relations

Journal Article: Young Muslim Australians’ experiences of intergroup contact and its implications for intercultural relations

New Journal Article by Professor Fethi Mansouri, Professor Ihsan Yilmaz, Dr Ana-Maria Bliuc and Dr Galib Bashirov. Literature on intergroup contact shows that in the absence of the required structural conditions, contact is not necessarily always a positive experience...
Radio Interview: Aggressive secularism exacerbates religious tensions in France

Opinion Piece: Muslims are not the problem, and critics are not the enemy: How aggressive secularism is dividing France

Professor Fethi Mansouri recently had an opinion piece published on the ABC Religion & Ethics website. The article, co-authored with Professor Greg Barton, Chair in Global Islamic Politics at Deakin University, looks at recent terrorism attacks in France and...