Race, religion and citizenship in France

March 23, 2015  

Jean Beaman, Purdue University assistant professor of sociology, has studied citizenship and race issues specific to France's North African second-generation citizens, especially its middle class. She can talk about cultural, economic, religious and race issues and how that relates to national identity when individuals feel marginalized. Beaman, who speaks French and has lived in France to conduct her research, also can discuss challenges that individuals who are, or whose families are, from North Africa related to anti-Muslim sentiments in France. 

CONTACT: Jean Beaman, beamanj@purdue.edu 

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