Acknowledgements Prologue 1. Framing Islamophobia 2. Now you see me: fantasy and misrecognition 3. Once more, with feeling: Islamophobia and racial politics 4. Post-politics and Islamophobia 5. Democrat, Moderate, Other 6. Islamophobia beyond the war on terror 7. Questions, questions, questions: reframing Islamophobia Notes Index
David Tyrer is Reader in Critical Theory at Liverpool John Moores University. He is the co-author of Race, Crime and Resistance (2011).
'A new framework of political and social theory which will facilitate the interrogation of Islamophobia, drawing on complex, multi-level analysis that makes a major contribution' -- Ian Law, Professor of Racism and Ethnicity Studies at the University of Leeds and author of Racism and Ethnicity: Global Debates, Dilemmas, Directions (2010).