(Dis)Owning God: Religious Identity and Violent Extremism in the African Sahel Region

Title

(Dis)Owning God: Religious Identity and Violent Extremism in the African Sahel Region

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Description

Religious identity, Jacob argues, has far greater normative influence on extremist recruitment and radicalization than religious beliefs and other appeals, but it has rarely been accounted for in counter-narrative campaigns and deradicalization programs in the West African Sahel region.

This program is sponsored by the Clarke Forum for Contemporary Issues and co-sponsored by the Bechtel Lectureship Fund.

Publication Date

4-9-2018

Department

International Studies

Keywords

religious identity, Sahel

Disciplines

African Studies | International and Area Studies | Religion

(Dis)Owning God: Religious Identity and Violent Extremism in the African Sahel Region
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