3M+ Article Views
of the Islamophobia Studies Journal across 180 countries
The Islamophobia Studies Journal is the only peer-reviewed journal in the world, focusing on Islamophobia.
Challenging Islamophobia, Impacting Policy
Reports & Journals
ISC conducts research and presents findings in accessible reports, dissecting the greatest propellers of Islamophobia.
The Islamophobia YouTube video series encompasses multiple lectures and cyclical shorts on definitions and examples of islamophobia to be used in the classroom.
The Islamophobia Studies Center holds annual conferences locally and internationally all around the world to allow scholars to present their research.
The Islamophobia Reporting App sheds light on the problem of underreported cases of islamophobia and provides accessible data to the general public and policymakers.
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20+ Publications by a network of scholars worldwide challenging Islamophobia
Since launching on ScienceOpen, we've had 3 million article views across all of our Islamophobia Studies Journal publications in over 180 countries and cited by 9,521 organizations worldwide.
Islamophobia Studies Center was established in Berkeley, CA as a research unit dedicated the systematic study of othering Islam and Muslims. In 2012, we launched the Islamophobia Studies Journal, published bi-annually.
Muslims must speak and never allow anyone to constitute the limits when the questions at hand are ones that are centered on fairness, compassion, dignity, justice, equality, and freedom; both domestically and across the globe.
The willful denial of Islamophobia and anti-Muslim racism secures and maintains this national amnesia surrounding the Québec mosque massacre.
In 2010, it came to light through leaked internal documents that the Japanese police were engaging in sweeping, blanket surveillance of all foreign national Muslims in the country.
Were it not for the millions of dollars being poured into funding the Islamophobia industry, very often endorsed by state officials, we might be able to dismiss such blatant Islamophobia, but mobilizing the concept of freedom of speech and expression permits the exercise of such hatreds.
Islamophobia is a type of racism that targets expressions of Muslimness or perceived Muslimness.