Parkes Institute Inter Faith Lecture: Another Fateful Triangle: Jews, Muslims, Europe by Elisabeth Becker
Tuesday 14 November 18.00 – 19.30
Avenue Campus (Lecture Theatre C), University of Southampton SO17 1BF
In this talk, Elisabeth Becker invokes Stuart Hall's concept of a "fateful triangle", turning to the intersection of Jewish, Muslim, and European identities, specifically highlighting the ways in which Jewish-Muslim intersections shape European societies: both in terms of contemporary life and in terms of collective memory. This is a hybrid event, meaning you can attend in-person at Avenue Campus or online via Zoom.
|Event held by||The Parkes Institute for the Study of Jewish/non-Jewish Relations, University of Southampton|
|Event categories||Conference/seminar/talk/workshop, Education/learning, Higher or Further education|
|Important information||About the Speaker
Elisabeth Becker is a Freigeist Fellow at the Max Weber Institute for Sociology, Heidelberg University. She is author of Mosques in the Metropolis: Incivility, Caste and Contention in Europe (University of Chicago Press, 2021), and has published extensively on religion, race and ethnicity, specifically focusing on Jewish and Muslim experiences in the context of Europe (e.g. in Ethnic and Racial Studies, Journal of the American Academy of Religion, Cultural Sociology and American Journal of Cultural Sociology). As a public scholar, she also runs Inscribing Plurality (a project that trains emerging Jewish and Muslim writers in Germany, supported by the Landecker Foundation) and writes for mainstream publications such as the The Washington Post, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung and Tablet Magazine. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.