Tag Archives: Terrorism

Association for the Sociology of Religion Call For Papers: San Francisco, Aug 13-15, 2014

CALL FOR PAPERS ASSOCIATION FOR THE SOCIOLOGY OF RELIGION 76th Annual Meeting:  RELIGION AS A SOCIAL FORCE San Francisco, CA, August 13-15, 2014 J.W. Marriott Union Square DEADLINES:  Session Proposals are due by March 31, 2014 (submit to the ASR Program … Continue reading

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Profile Me: The Confederate Flag, Shame, and White Male Terror

In spring of 2011, Asra Nomani suggested that ethnic profiling of Muslim Americans was a legal and moral imperative given her community’s failure to adequately police itself.  A year later, she stepped forward and called for expanded surveillance inside her … Continue reading

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Picture Book: Remembering 9/11

Here are two provocative images I’ve recently seen that relate to the ten year anniversary of 9/11: This one was found via Facebook—shared by a friend of a friend: The text reads: “Flight 93 Born Hero’s; Gave their Lives to … Continue reading

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