PUBLIC TALKS AND CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

10/2016

‘A Legacy of the Past? Anti-Muslim Racism in Germany?’

Invited paper presentation at Islamophobia in the East of the European Union Workshop, organized by Professor Ivan Kalmar (University of Toronto),
Prague: Czech Academy of Sciences

 

07/2016

‘The Dead Are Coming: Acts of Citizenship at Europe’s Borders’

presented at the Academic Day of the Berlin Graduate School of Muslim Cultures and Societies,
Berlin: Freie Universität

 

04/2016

‘The Dead Are Coming: Acts of Citizenship at Europe’s Borders’

presented at the British Sociological Association’s Annual Conference,
Birmingham: Aston University

 

11/2015

‚Contesting Citizenship?
The Politics of Muslim Integration in Britain and Germany’

invited seminar presentation,Institute for Islamic Studies,
Berlin: Freie Universität

 

07/2015

‘Acts and Practices of Citizenship: Muslim Women’s Activism in the UK’

Belfast: Social Policy Association’s Annual Conference

 

06/2015

‘Which Conceptions of Democratic Citizenship inform Integration Policy Frameworks in Europe?

invited presentation Centre for the Study of Ethnicity and Citizenship Seminar Series,
Bristol: University of Bristol

 

05/2015

‘Developing Theoretical Research Questions and Puzzles’

invited presentation, research seminar Politics and Religion in Europe,
Institute of Islamic Studies, Bern: University of Bern

 

04/2015

‘Moving Citizens:
Practiced Citizenship among Polish Migrants in the UK and Norway’

Conference Polish Migrants’ Experience of Life in the UK since 2004,
London: University of London

 

03/2015

‚Social Justice through Citizenship?
The Politics of Muslim Integration in Britain and Germany’

Migration Working Group,
Florence: European University Institute

 

04/2014

‚Welche Konzepte von Citizenship sind gegenwärtig politikleitend?
Soziale Gerechtigkeit in demokratischen Bürgerschaftsdiskursen und Integrationskonzepten‘

invited lecture, Concepts of Citizenship and Participation,
assigned respondent: Aydan Özuğuz, State Minister for Migration, Refugees and Integration,

Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Foundation

 

11/2013

‘Von Integration zu Gleichstellung – Quo Vadis Integration’

invited panel involving Members of Parliament and Government Ministers,
Berlin: Migration Council and Academy of the Jewish Museum

 

10/2013

‘Practiced Citizenship in Return and Settlement Considerations:
Polish Migrants in the UK and Norway’

at the Migrant Integration and Transnationalism Workshop and Integration,
Oslo: Peace Research Institute (PRIO)

 

01/2013

Institutionalised Consultations with Muslim Representatives in Germany and Great Britain:
Increasing Participation or Masking Social Inequalities?

Workshop Muslim Participation in Contemporary Governance,
London: Bishopsgate Institute

 

04/2011

Legislating Religion and Belief:
Political Revitalisation, Pluralist Accommodation, or Neoliberal Containment?

Annual Conference ‘Religion and Social Theory’,
Birmingham: British Sociological Association’s Religion Study Group

 

07/2010

Pluralizing Secularism?

Gothenburg: World Congress International Sociological Association

 

05/2010

The Accommodation of Religious Minorities in Europe:
Revising Conceptions of Secularity?

workshop ‘Religious Actors and Political Structures in Modern Europe’,
Center for European and Mediterranean Studies,
New York: New York University

 

10/2009

Gleichberechtigung für religiöse Gemeinschaften in Europa:
Neujustierung der Europäischen Säkularität?

Conference ‚Religion und Integration in der Einwanderungsgesellschaft‘,
AK Migration,
Münster: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Politikwissenschaft

 

09/2009

German Anti-Discrimination Law:
Accommodating Religious Pluralism or Conserving Christian Cultural Heritage?

‘Germany and Turkey in Interaction: Cross-Cultural Perspectives on Religious Identities and Institutions’,
Istanbul: Goethe Institute & Yildiz Teknik Universitesi

 

06/2008

Revising Conceptions of Democratic Equality and Inclusion:
The Accommodation of German and British Muslims

‘Harvard-Manchester Summer School on Immigration and Social Change in Britain and the United States 2008’, Peak District