Marcel Maussen

Marcel MaussMarcel Maussen studied political science and philosophy at the University of Amsterdam and in Aix-en-Provence and Paris. He obtained a PhD in 2009 at the Amsterdam School for Social Science Research with a thesis on public debates on mosque building in France and The Netherlands. Marcel Maussen is now Assistant Professor inthe Department of Political Science and at the Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR) at the University of Amsterdam. His research interests include the governance of religious and ethnic pluralism, contemporary political theory and Islam in Western Europe.

 

• ‘The governance of Islam in France. Church-state traditions and colonial legacies’, in T. Sunier, E.Sengers (eds), Religious newcomers and the nation state. Political culture and organized religion in France and the Netherlands, (Eburon, 2010), 131-154.

• ‘Le modèle néerlandais et l’islam. Redécouvrir la tradition des relations Église-État au-delà dus système de ‘pillarisation’’, in C. Bertossi and J.W. Duyvendak (eds), Dossier: modèles d’intégration et intégration des modèles. Une étude comparative entre la France et les Pays-Bas, Migrations Société, 21, 122, 2009, 137-172.

 

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