Monet, Moliere and minarets--The growing culture clash between Europe and Islam.
Guests: Randall Hansen, Anna C. Korteweg, Michael Coren, Mazen Chouaib.
Randall Hansen is an Associate Professor of Political Science and holds a Research Chair at the University of Toronto.
Anna C. Korteweg is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Toronto. Her research focuses on Islam, gender, immigrant integration and national identity formation.
Michael Coren is the host of The Michael Coren Show airing on CTS. For more information, visit michaelcoren.com.
Mazen Chouaib is an Ottawa based international consultant. He is an advisor to Canadian and international organization promoting and building institutions of good governance and Democracy in the Middle East. He is also the former Executive Director of the National Council on Canada-Arab Relations.
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Guests:Dr. Anne Doig, Dr. Danielle Martin, Ted Marmor, Richard K. Baker
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