دکتر انس بایراکلی و دکتر فرید حافظ، قصد جمع آوری و ویرایش مقالاتی در زمینه اسلام هراسی در کشورهای مسلمان و انتشار آن در قالب کتاب دارند. علاقه مندان به مشارکت در این پروژه، می باید چکیده مقالات خود را حداکثر تا تاریخ پانزدهم ماه جاری میلادی به ایشان ارسال نمایند.
*Call for Book Chapters*
*for the book titled*
*/ISLAMOPHOBIA IN MUSLIM SOCIETIES /*
About the Book:
In the last decade Islamophobia in Western societies where Muslims
constitute the minority has been studied extensively. At the same time,
Islamophobia is not only a Western phenomenon but a global one. It
affects Muslim societies as much due to various historical, political
and social reasons. Yet, there is little research, which has been done
in this field. The main objective of this book is to analyse the
understudied phenomenon of Islamophobia in Muslim majority societies.
Islamophobia here is defined as anti-Muslim racism. It is about a
dominant group of people aiming at seizing, stabilizing and widening
their power by means of defining a scapegoat – real or invented – and
excluding this scapegoat from the resources/rights/definition of a
constructed ‘we’. Islamophobia operates by constructing a static
‘Muslim’ identity, which is attributed in negative terms and generalized
for all Muslims. At the same time, Islamophobic images are fluid and
vary in different contexts, because Islamophobia tells us more about the
Islamophobe than it tells us about the Muslims/Islam. Islamophobia can
also be understood as a way of regulating and disciplining Muslims, thus
framing Islamophobia as political.Islamophobia as a form of racialized
governmentality aims at undermining a distinct Muslim identity.
*POSSIBLE BOOK CHAPTER TOPICS*
*PART I: Theoretical Framework*
In this Chapter we plan to publish theoretical studies on Islamophobia
in Muslim societies. We do welcome contributions from different
disciplines such as Sociology, History, Politics and others.The chapters
should tackle and theorize the question such as how one can explain and
understand Islamophobia in ‘Muslim’ Societies. Does it differ from
Islamophobia in ‘Western’ societies? If yes, in which way? What is the
role of the colonial heritage, secularisation and modernisation.? Are
there dialectical relations between ‘Muslim’ and ‘Western’ societies in
terms of Islamophobia as a power tool, ideology, and a discourse?
*PART II: Case Studies*
In this chapter we intend to include case studies on Islamophobia in
Muslim societies from different fields such as education, employment,
media, politics, music, etc.
*PART III: Country Studies *
Country studies should analyse the history and evolution of Islamophobia
in the respective countries;
Albanian*, *Algiers*, *Azerbaijan, Bangladesh*, *Bosnia Herzegovina*,
*Chechnya*, *Cyprus, Egypt*, *Indonesia*, *Iraq*, *Jordan*,
*Kazakhstan*, *Kirgizstan*, *Kosovo*, *Libya*, *Malaysia, Morocco*,
*Pakistan*, *Sudan*, *Syria*, *Tunisia*, *Turkey*, *Turkmenistan*,
Please be reminded that the above suggested topics can be changed to fit
the expertise and interests of the respective authors. This
interdisciplinary, edited book will cover various topics on history,
culture, media, education, politics, international relations, etc.
However, such topics should be considered in view of Islamophobia in
Muslim societies which is the essence of the book.
Length of each book chapter:
Book-chapters should be submitted as a Word document attachment.
Book-chapters, including an abstract, bibliography, notes and space for
graphic contributions, should be between 5,000 and 6,000 words.
60 to 100 words in paragraph form. These may include present position,
titles, degrees, experience, major publications, research interests,
areas of professional expertise, etc.
An abstract of the paper, up to 150-250 words, should indicate the
purpose of the paper, its most significant outcomes and the conclusion.
Abstract is submitted on a separate sheet, with the name and surname of
the author, the title of the paper, and the heading “Abstract”. At the
end of the Abstract, under the heading “Keywords”, the most significant
terms mentioned in the text should be listed in alphabetical order (up
to five terms).
Style and format:
Where other people’s ideas, data, terms, etc are quoted, the source
should be given in footnotes. References are given in brackets and
include the author’s surname, year of publication, and, in the case of
word for word citation, also the page number (for example: Holmberg,
1977, p. 23). For details authors should consult *APA citation style.*
Book chapters should be written in 12 points Times New Roman,
double-spaced, one column.
The margins should be set as follows: LEFT 2 cm wide to allow for
binding, TOP 1 cm, RIGHT 1 cm and BOTTOM 1 cm. All text including
headings should be left justified and all continuing text should be
The bibliography should provide full information about all the works
mentioned in the references. The list should include only works referred
to, or mentioned in the text, in alphabetical order according to the
authors’ surname, and in chronological order for works by the same
author. For details authors should consult *APA citation style.*
Book chapter submission due dates:
·Call, Abstract Submission
·Feedback to authors
·Full book chapter submission
·Review to authors
February 15- March 31, 2017
March 15, 2017
July 15, 2017
September 1, 2017
November 1, 2017
December 1, 2017
January 1, 2018
This book will be published in English by a US or UK Publisher.
Abstracts should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
<mailto:email@example.com> no later than 15 March, 2017.
*Assist. Prof. Dr. Enes Bayraklı *
İktisadi ve İdari Bilimler Fakültesi
Şahinkaya Cad. 86
34820 Beykoz Istanbul Türkiye
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>
*Dr. Farid Hafez*
*SSalzburg University *
*RRudolfskai 42-5020 Salzburg Austria*
About the Editors:
*Enes Bayraklı*earned his BA, MA and PhD from the Department of
Political Science at the University of Vienna, and conducted research
for his PhD thesis at the University of Nottingham in Britain between
2009 and 2010. He took office as a deputy director at Yunus Emre Turkish
Cultural Center in London in 2011-2013. He also served as the founding
director of Yunus Emre Turkish Cultural Centers in Constanta and
Bucharest during the period of August-December 2012. Mr. Bayraklı has
been a faculty member in the Department of Political Science at the
Turkish-German University since 2013. Mr. Bayraklı is also the head of
European and International Affairs MA Program at Turkish German
University. His fields of research include the Transformation of
Turkish Foreign Policy, Cultural Diplomacy, Foreign Policy Analysis,
Islamophobia, German Politics and Foreign Policy.
*Farid Hafez*is a researcher at the Department of Sociology and
Political Science at the University of Salzburg. He earned his Ph.D. in
political science from the University of Vienna. Hafez has been teaching
at a number of universities in the world. He has been a Visiting Scholar
at Columbia University and is currently Fulbright Professor at UC
Berkeley. Hafez is the editor of the German-English Islamophobia Studies
Yearbook, (www.jahrbuch-islamophobie.de). He was awarded with the
Bruno-Kreisky-Award for the political book of the Year 2009 for his
German anthology “Islamophobia in Austria” (co-edited with Prof. John
Bunzl). His last publications include ‘Jung, muslimisch, österreichisch’
(New Academic Press, 2016)