Books and Book Chapters

Ghosh, R. (2018Education, Religions and Religious Extremism Lundy, Brandon D., Akanmu G. Adebayo, and Sherrill W. Hayes, eds.Atone: Religion, Conflict, and Reconciliation. Lanham, MD, Lexington Books.

Ghosh, R. (2018). Education as a Soft-power to Address Religious Extremism. In D. L. Brandon, G. A. Akanmu and W. H. Sherrill (Eds.). Religion, Conflict, and Reconciliation. Lexington Books.

Dilimulati, M. (2018). Revisiting Muslim Identity and Islamophobia in the Contemporary World. In D. L. Brandon, G. A. Akanmu and W. H. Sherrill (Eds.). Religion, Conflict, and Reconciliation. Lexington Books. 

Dilimulati. M, Dhali, H.H., and Ghosh, R. (In press). The compassionate educator: Understanding social issues in Canadian schools. In A. Jule (Ed.):The radicalization of youth in the west, Toronto: CSP Books Inc.

Ghosh, R & W.T Alice Chang (2017)The role of religious education (RE) in countering-religious extremism in diverse and interconnected societies in M. Sivasubramaniam & R.Hayhoe (Eds)Religion and Education: Comparative and International Perspectives,Oxford: Symposium Books.(Oxford Studies in Comparative Education Series withProfessor David Phillips as series editor). Pp.335-351.

Ghosh, R. & Chan, W. Y. A. (2017). The role of religious education in countering religious extremism in diverse and interconnected societies. In M. Sivasubramaniam. & R. Hayhoe, (Eds.), Religion and Education: Comparative and International Perspectives. Oxford, UK: Symposium Books.

Chan, W. Y. A. (forthcoming). Intragenerational and intergenerational religious bullying in schools and society: Québec as a case study. In Arweck, E. & Shipley, H. (Eds.), Young People and the Diversity of (Non)Religious Identities in International Perspective. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Springer

Ghosh, R. (August 2015) Education in Secular Democratic Societies: the challenge of religious diversity. In Sikka, S., Puri, B. & Beaman, L. (Eds.) Living with Religious Diversity. New Delhi: India, Routledge pp.137-152.

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