Here’s a list of all my publications. In addition to this page, you might also be interested in: forthcoming publications, here. Conference papers, here. And journalistic and non-academic writing, click here.
List of publications (including books, chapters journal articles and policy documents) (unless stated, all are sole authored)
‘Islamophobia’. London: Ashgate.
‘Fear and loathing: the political discourse in relation to Muslims and Islam in the contemporary British setting’ in Politics & Religion (Vol IV no.2 Autumn 2010).
‘Keeping it simple and stupid: theoretical considerations on the concept of Islamophobia’ in Sayyid, S. & Vakil, A. (eds.) Thinking through Islamophobia. London: Hurst & Co.
‘Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hate crime in the West Midlands’ in Lambert, R. & J. Githens-Mazier, Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hate crime in the UK. Exeter: University of Exeter.
‘Fear and loathing: the political discourse in relation to Muslims and Islam in the contemporary British setting’ in Politics & Religion journal (Vol IV no.2 Autumn 2010).
An overview of key Islamophobia research. London: National Association of Muslim Police.
Policy focus: the Equalities Bill. Markfield: Policy Research Centre.
Safer, stronger communities: considering the impact of population changes in the West Midlands. Birmingham: West Midlands Regional Observatory.
The ‘Religion or Belief’ Equality Strand in Law and Policy: Current Implications for Equalities & Human Rights. London: British Humanist Association.
Keeping Islamophobia Simple and Stupid. Birmingham: BRAP.
‘The death of multiculturalism: blaming and shaming British Muslims’ in Durham Anthropology Journal (issue 1, volume 14 Spring).
‘Down with multiculturalism, book-burning and fatwas’: the death of multiculturalism and its implications for Muslims in Journal for Culture and Religion (no.2, vol 8, Summer 2007).
‘A normal week: Islam and Muslims in the national press’ in INSTED (ed.) Islam and Muslims in the UK media: text, talk and imagery. London: Greater London Authority.
Taking liberties. Birmingham: BRAP.
‘(Muslim) Boyz-n-the-Hood’ in International Institute for the Study of Islam in the Modern World Review (no.18) Leiden, NL: ISIM.
‘Was ist Islamophobie? – Ein evolutionarer Zeitstrahl’ in ALTERMATT, U., M. DELGADO & G. VERGAUWEN (eds.) Islam in Europa: Zwischen Weltpolitik und Alltagssorgen. Stuttgart: Kohlhammer, 2006.
‘Endemisch europees of een europese epidemie? Islamophobia in Europa na 11 september 2001′ in PLATE, L. & SMELIK, A. (eds.) 11 september in de kunsten. Amsterdam: Van Gennep.
Securitization and Religious Divides in Europe: Islamophobia in the United Kingdom. Paris: European Commission on Security Issues in Europe.
ALLEN, C., BURKE, D., HOLINGSHEAD, D. ET AL ‘‘Faith literacy’ – entrepreneurship in religious studies’ in British Association for the Study of Religions Bulletin (no.104, March 2005). Wolverhampton: BASR.
ALLEN, C. & BURKE, D., ‘Entrepreneurial consultancies in religious studies’ in Discourse: learning and teaching in philosophical and religious studies (Vol.4, no.2 Spring 2005). Leeds: Subject Centre for Philosophical and Religious Studies at the Higher Education Academy.
‘Endemically European or a European epidemic? Islamophobia in contemporary Europe’ in GABRIEL, & T., GEAVES, R. (eds.) Islam and the West: a post September 11th perspective. London: Ashgate.
‘Justifying Islamophobia: a post-9/11 consideration of the European Union and British contexts’ in American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences (no.3, volume 21, Summer 2004) Denver: AMSS & IIIT, pp,1-25.
Reconsidering 9/11 and the Islamophobia backlash in the EU. London: Counterpoint.
‘Islamophobia: the Runnymede Trust and beyond’ in British Association for the Study of Religions Bulletin (no.101, March 2004). Wolverhampton: BASR.
‘The impact of the Runnymede Trust on Islamophobia in the UK’ in Boce: revue romande des sciences humaines, (6 April-June 2003). Geneva: University of Geneva, pp.51-68.
Fair justice: the Bradford disturbances, the sentencing and the impact. London: Forum Against Islamophobia and Racism.
ALLEN, C. & NIELSEN, J.S. Summary Report on Islamophobia in the EU15 after 11 September 2001. Vienna: European Monitoring Centre for Racism and Xenophobia.
‘Islamophobia in the EU post-September 11th’ in HAMID, A. (ed.) The Quest for Sanity: reflections on September 11th and the aftermath. London: Muslim Council of Britain.