Sara Silvestri is senior lecturer in religion and politics at City University, London, and an associate with the department of politics and international studies (POLIS) and St Edmund's College, Cambridge University. She is the author of Europe's Muslim Women: beyond the burqa controversy (C Hurst, forthcoming, 2012), and has undertaken a collaborative research project on the impact of counter-terrorist policy on Irish and Muslim communities in Britain
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