The Lure of Jihad: Propaganda and the Construction of Jihadi Identities

Das Pembroke College Oxford hält am 28. Juni eine Konferenz zu ‚The Lure of Jihad: Propaganda and the Construction of Jihadi Identities‚ ab.


Das Programm:

10.40-11.00 — Arrival & Refreshments
11.00-12.45 — Welcome & Session 1
 Joana Cook “Engaging Social Movement Theory to Analyze the Diverse Roles of Women in Daesh”
 Christina Hellmich “Rejecting the Lure of Jihad – What Can We Learn from Case Studies?”
 Nelly Lahoud “The Strengths & Limitations of the ‘Islamic State’”
12.45-14.00 — Lunch
14.00-15.30 — Session 2
 Thomas Hegghammer “All Things to all Jihadis: The Ideological Legacy of Abdallah Azzam”
 Luis Velasco Pufleau “The Soundscape of ‘Islamic State’ Propaganda: Jihadi Anasheed, the Ritualisation of Violence & the Construction of Political Identities”
 Elisabeth Kendall “Keeping the Lure Alive: The Evolution of al-Qa‘ida in the Arabian Peninsula’s Propaganda Strategy & What we can Learn from it”
15.30-15.45 — Refreshments

15.45-17.15 — Session 3
 Valentina Bartolucci “Inside al-Qa‘ida in the Islamic Maghreb’s Propaganda Machine & its Evolution following the Rise of the ‘Islamic State’”
 Aaron Y. Zelin “Your Sons Are At Your Service: Tunisia’s Missionaries of Jihad”
 Robert Seely “ISIS Hearts & Minds: Lure or Coercion?”
17.15-17.30 – Refreshments
17.30-18.30 — Session 4 & Close
 Aymenn Jawad al-Tamimi “Variations in ‘Islamic State’ Messaging according to Target Audience”
 Mark Youngman “Emirate or Caliphate? Competing Calls to Jihad in the North Caucasus Insurgency”
18.30-19.45 – Drinks Reception – Broadgates Hall (all welcome)
20.00 – Conference Dinner – The Great Hall (invitation only)