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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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.

Silvestri, S. (2009). Unveiled Issues: Reflections from a Comparative Pilot Study on Europe's Muslim Women (CUTP/005). London, UK: Department of International Politics, City University London, ISSN 2052-1898.

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