Author Archives: Stacey Collett

Stacey Collett recently graduated (M.Litt) from the University of St Andrews’ Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence and is currently preparing for doctoral research into socio-political movements located on the fringe of British society. His research interests include the symbiosis between domestic extremist groups, the influence of international movements and affairs on domestic security, and the portrayal of terrorism within popular media culture. Prior to studying at King’s College London and the University of St Andrews he had a career with the UK Ministry of Defence including operational tours of Iraq and Afghanistan.

The Enduring Influence of 9/11 on Muslim Identity in Britain

Since 9/11 and the subsequent ‘global war on terror’ Muslims across the world have found themselves under greater scrutiny in the name of security, especially in Western states such as Britain where the motivations and loyalty of Britain’s Muslim minority population and their ability or intention to integrate into society have been questioned. The label […]

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