As part of Radboud University's Anti-Racism Awareness Week (March 22-26), the race-religion constellation project is involved in two panels on Wednesday, March 24.
I: Conceptualizing Race and Religion: Islamophobia and Antisemitism (10:00-11:30)
Nawal Mustafa, Anya Topolski and Sophie Lauwers will look at the intersection of race and religion and the racialization of religious groups. The discussion will be moderated by Josias Tembo and Justine Bakker. The discussion revolves around the following questions: How have certain religious groups been racialized and how has this shaped specific forms of racism? How do anti-Black racism, Islamophobia, and antisemitism operate in Dutch society and institutions?
II: Islamophobia in the Netherlands and at Radboud (12:00-13:30)
Margreet van Es, Martijn de Koning and Sarah Boulehoual will look at the manner in which Islamophobia affects our society and university. Moderated by Lema Salah, the panel will address the public and political discussions about Islamophobia and the effect it has on the muslim community in the Netherlands.
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Please see the attachment for the full schedule for the week. We hope to see you there!