Christchurch Mosque Attacks: A Public Syllabus

My colleague Catherine Trundle is working with students and staff from our School at Victoria University of Wellington on this important syllabus about the Christchurch Mosque Attacks. The goal is to help challenge Islamophobia, racism and white supremacy in Aotearoa. Check it out, bookmark it, and revisit it to see how it grows. If you have a suggestion for the syllabus, contact details are in the post.

Grappling with Ethnography

A PUBLIC SYLLABUS to help challenge Islamophobia, racism and white supremacy in Aotearoa New Zealand and beyond.

This syllabus is curated by students in ANTH 406 and ANTH 312 at Victoria University of Wellington, with input from lecturers and students from across the School of Social and Cultural Studies.

This syllabus is an ongoing project, and will grow over time. It is worth reading now, and also coming back to see how it has developed in the coming weeks and months.

Read about how and why we created this syllabus here.

The SYLLABUS

Centring Muslim Voices

Anjum Rahman: We warned you. We begged. We pleaded. And now we demand accountability: “For more than five years, Muslim representatives knocked on every door we could, we spoke at every possible forum. We pointed to the rise of vitriol and the rise of the alt-right in New Zealand”, writes Anjum Rahman of the…

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