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Dear all, You will find the Islam, Political Islam, and Islamophobia Conference information below and attached. We look forward to seeing you at Indiana University-Bloomington on March 29 - 30, 2013. http://islamophobiaconference.blogspot.com/ Islam, Political Islam, and Islamophobia: An International Conference Indiana University–Bloomington March 29-30, 2013 Organizers: Dr. Kemal Silay Professor of Turkish Language and Literature Ottoman and Modern Turkish Studies Endowed Chair Professor Director, Turkish Language Flagship Center Director, Turkish Studies Program Indiana University Dr. Tuğrul Keskin Assistant Professor of International and Middle East Studies Affiliated Faculty of Black Studies, Sociology, and Turkish Studies Portland State University Friday, March 29, 2013 5:00–7:00 PM • Reception • IMU • Faculty Club • Room 250 5:30–5:45 PM • Opening Remarks by Dr. Kemal Silay, Indiana University 5:45–6:45 PM • Keynote Address by Dr. Deepa Kumar, Rutgers University: “Islamophobia and the Politics of the Empire: From Neoliberalism to Imperialism” Saturday, March 30, 2013 9:30–9:45 AM • Registration • IMU • Persimmon Room 9:45–10:00 AM • Welcoming Remarks by Dr. Kemal Silay • IMU • Persimmon Room 10:00–11:30 AM • Session 1 • IMU • Persimmon Room Islam and Islamophobia in Comparative Perspective Chair: Dr. Kemal Silay “Islamophobia, Alienation and Ways Forward to Strengthen Community Cohesion: A Comparative Case-Study” • Dr. Valentina Bartolucci, University of Pisa, Italy “The Origins of Western Islamophobia” • Brian C. Bradford, Western Michigan University “Why Antisemitism and ‘Islamophobia’ Are Two Different Things” • Dr. Gunther Jikeli, Germany “Islam is the Devil… and so Is Joseph Smith: A Comparative Analysis of Anti-Islamic Blogs and 19th Century Anti-Mormon Pamphlets” • Dr. Jeff Tischauser, Triton College, USA 11:45–12:45 PM • Lunch • IMU • State Room West 1:00–2:30 PM • Session 2 • IMU • Persimmon Room Political Islam and Islamophobia Chair: Defne Jones “The Wave of Arab Spring: The Impact of Political Islam and Islamophobia • Dr. Zakaryya Mohamed Abdel-Hady, Qatar University “The Genealogy of Islamophobia in Germany: From Woodblock Prints to Contemporary Political Rhetoric” • Dr. Courtney Dorroll, Arizona State University “Bestselling Fiction, Political Rhetoric, and Islamophobia” • Dr. Celene Ayat Lizzio, Harvard University “Insider Islamophobia: The Role of Islamophobic Authoritarianism in the Birth and Success of Political Islam in Muslim Countries” • Dr. Ahmet Temel, University of California–Santa Barbara 2:30 –2:45 PM • Coffee Break 2:45 PM–4:00 PM • Session 3 • IMU • Persimmon Room Islamophobia in the United States Chair: Dr. Kemal Silay “Islam and Islamophobia in Texas Textbooks” • Dr. Tamer Balcı, University of Texas–Pan American “Something Thoroughly and Uncompromisingly Foreign” • Dr. Rian Thomas Bobal, Georgia State University “‘All-American’ Islamophobia: Sexism, Neoliberalism, and Mainstream Media” • Melinda Brennan, Indiana University “The Impact of Islamophobia in America on Political Discourse in Turkey and Iran” • Defne Jones, Indiana University 4:00 PM–5:30 PM • Session 4 • IMU • Persimmon Room Territorial and Regional Islamophobia Chair: Dr. Feisal Amin Rasoul al-Istrabadi “Islam and Islamophobia in the Post–Soviet Countries” • Dr. Lala Aliyeva, Harvard University “Governmentality and the Structure of ‘Islamophobia’ in Turkey • Dr. Matthew de Tar, Whitman College “The Increase of Muslim Population and the Concern of Europe: The Relationship Between Change of Population and Islamophobia” • Dr. Tuncay Güloğlu and Dr. Ahmed S. Muhamed, Cornell University “Fata Wants the Obilić Hero, Not Daddy’s Son Bajazit: Musical Islamophilia and Islamophobia in 1980s Yugoslavia” • Dr. Maya Petrović, Princeton University 5:30 –6:00 PM • Coffee Break 6:00–7:30 PM • Session 5 • IMU • Persimmon Room Islamophobia as a Multifaceted Concept Chair: Dr. Tuğrul Keskin “Violent Discourse: Themes in Islamophobic Polemics” • Dr. Andrea E. Cluck, University of Michigan “Towards a Multidimensional Concept of Islamophobia” • Dr. Farid Hafez, Austria “The Reach and Influence of the Islamophobia Industry: How a Global Anti-Muslim Network Manufactures Fear of Muslims” • Dr. Nathan C. Lean, Georgetown University “The Media’s Impact on Islamophobia” • Dr. Sabine Schiffer, Germany “Islamophobia, Sharīʿa and the Global City: Insights from Sydney and New York” • Dr. Joshua M. Roose, University of Western Sydney, Australia, and Dr. Bryan S. Turner, City University of New York 8:00–9:30 PM • Dinner • IMU • Federal Room The organizers are grateful to the following units and organizations for their generous contributions: Ottoman and Modern Turkish Studies Chair, Turkish Studies Program, Center for the Study of the Middle East, Sociology of Islam and Muslim Societies, Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center