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No. 3 | November 2011 Š The Higher Education Academy ISSN 2047-0312

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Perspectives Teaching Islamic Studies in higher education Issue 3 | November 2011

Profile for Chris Allen

One size doesn’t fit all: considerations on the teaching of Islamophobia as an academic subject  

My article in Perspectives (3) can be found on page 6.

One size doesn’t fit all: considerations on the teaching of Islamophobia as an academic subject  

My article in Perspectives (3) can be found on page 6.

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