Deakin University, VIC, Australia
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Amelia Johns is an early career researcher and research fellow at the Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation. Her research engages with themes of youth identity and intercultural relations, ethnicity, racism, religiosity, new media and social media citizenship. Her PhD research work has been published in Continuum: Journal of Media and Culture, Fibreculture, and will be appearing in a forthcoming book, to be published by Melbourne University Press (2015). She is currently working on an ARC Discovery project examining 'Islamic Religiosity and the challenges of political engagement and National Belonging in Multicultural Western cities'.
Presentations this author is a contributor to:
Grounded religiosities, embodied responsibility and forms of Muslim place-making in Melbourne (16044)
Performances Of Religiosity In Urban Spaces- Anxieties / Tensions And Possibilities