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Construyendo sujetos musulmanes subalternos: la institucionalización de la islamofobia

LAURA MIJARES MOLINA, JOHANNA MARTINE LEMS, VIRTUDES TÉLLEZ DELGADO 

 

Revista de Estudios Internacionales Mediterráneos, Núm. 24 (2018)

 

Resumen

 

El objetivo de este monográfico es ir más allá de los debates terminológicos sobre islamofobia, para centrar nuestra atención en las prácticas que causan y están implicadas en la construcción de sujetos subalternos musulmanes en el seno del Estado español. Con los seis artículos del monográfico se busca profundizar en la comprensión de las dinámicas y el alcance de los procesos de exclusión a través de los cuales las personas, y los grupos, (auto)identificados como musulmanes son estigmatizados y discriminados de un modo estructural, por medio de diferentes tipos de islamofobia institucionalizada.

 

Palabras clave: musulmanes/as, España, islamofobia, racismo anti-musulmán, racialización

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