Key Features

  • Reflects on over a decade of 9/11-related socio-political attention to Islam and Muslims within the UK in general, and Scotland in particular
  • Shows the changing patterns of Muslims’ identities and community boundaries within the Scottish context
  • Contributes to discourses around Scottish nationalism, diversity and citizenship and to broader studies on the integration of Muslims and minorities within the UK and Europe
  • Uses Edinburgh as a case study to demonstrate a successful model of Muslim integration within a cosmopolitan and economically prosperous city

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