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Article

Silvestri, S. (2016). Misperceptions of the 'Muslim Diaspora'. Current History, 115(784), pp. 319-321.

Hill, C., Silvestri, S. and Cetin, E. (2016). Migration and the challenges of Italian multiculturalism. Italian Politics, 31(1), pp. 225-242. doi: 10.3167/ip.2016.310114

Mandaville, P. and Silvestri, S. (2015). Integrating religious engagement into diplomacy: challenges and opportunities. Issues in Governance Studies, 67, pp. 1-13.

Nickels, H., Thomas, L., Hickman, M. and Silvestri, S. (2012). Constructing ‘Suspect’ Communities and Britishness: Mapping British Press Coverage of Irish and Muslim Communities, 1974-2007. European Journal of Communication, 27(2), pp. 135-151. doi: 10.1177/0267323112445604

Hickman, M. J., Thomas, L., Nickels, H. C. and Silvestri, S. (2012). Social cohesion and the notion of 'suspect communities': A study of the experiences and impacts of being 'suspect' for Irish communities and Muslim communities in Britain. Critical Studies on Terrorism, 5(1), pp. 89-106. doi: 10.1080/17539153.2012.659915

Book Section

Silvestri, S., Hill, C. and Cetin, E. Migration and the challenges of Italian multiculturalism. In: Carbone, M. and Piattoni, S. (Eds.), Politica in Italia/ Italian Politics yearbook. . Berghahn Books.

Monograph

Silvestri, S. (2009). Unveiled Issues: Reflections from a Comparative Pilot Study on Europe's Muslim Women (Report No. CUTP/005). London, UK: Department of International Politics, City University London, ISSN 2052-1898.

Report

Silvestri, S. and Mayall, J. (2015). The Role of Religion in Conflict and Peacebuilding. UK: British Academy.

Silvestri, S. (2014). Religion and Social Cohesion at the Heart of the Intercultural Debate. Anna Lindh Foundation.

Hickman, M., Thomas, L., Silvestri, S. and Nickels, H. (2011). "Suspect Communities?" Counter-terrorism policy, the press, and the impact on Irish and Muslim communities in Britain. London: London Metropolitan University.

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