A short piece for the EUI’s Migration Policy Centre about tone-checking the media (and, in particular, articles about Muslims).
Coverage of our book’s findings inspired by our piece in The Conversation.
We published a short piece focusing on two important take-away messages from the book: 1) Coverage of Muslims is much more negative than that of other religious groups, and 2) This pattern holds across English-speaking countries in the Global North (i.e. it is not U.S.-specific).
The piece was republished in a number of outlets in several countries.
Erik presented key findings from the book in a public talk at Sciences Po Lyon
We present key findings from the book at a panel discussion on “New Research on Muslims in Europe” hosted by Harvard University’s Center for European Studies and Center for International Affairs
Our book opens with a joke by the very funny comedian Maz Jobrani, about the negativity of Muslim media coverage. Jobrani and and his co-host Tehran interviewed us for their podcast, Back to School with Maz Jobrani.
‘Open the book to page ninety-nine and read, and the quality of the whole will be revealed to you.’ –Ford Madox Ford