Jocelyne Cesari holds the Chair of Religion and Politics at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom; at Georgetown University she is a senior fellow at the Berkley Center on Religion, Peace, and World Affairs and an associate professor of the practice of religion, peace, and conflict resolution in the Department of Government. President of the European Academy of Religion, her work on religion, political violence, and conflict resolution has garnered recognition and awards from numerous international organizations such as the Carnegie Council for Ethics and International Affairs and the Royal Society for Arts in the United Kingdom. She is a Professorial Fellow at Australian Catholic University's Institute for Religion, Politics and Society. She teaches on contemporary Islam and politics at Harvard Divinity School and directs the Islam in the West program.
Islam as a Political Force: More Than Belief
February 10, 2017
Countering the Islam vs. the West Paradigm
December 4, 2015
Are We At War With Islam?
April 14, 2015
Freedom of the Press and Global Jihad
February 4, 2015
Integration of Muslims Beyond Socioeconomic Opportunity
August 28, 2014
Why the Muslim Brotherhood Will Not Die
May 29, 2014
Why the West Fears Islam
November 11, 2013
What to Remember in Syria from Iraq’s Sectarian War
September 11, 2013
France's Peculiar Same-Sex Marriage Debate
May 28, 2013
Is Religious Sectarianism Iraq’s Fatal Flaw?
March 19, 2013
Are Muslim Democracies a New Kind of Political System?
January 27, 2013
Saudi Women Going to Games is a Sham
August 1, 2012
Syria's Alawi Population
July 15, 2012