Dr Yahya Barry
Yahya is a Senior Visiting Researcher at CAS with research interests in Black African Diasporas, Islamophobia, Right-wing Populism & Christian-Muslim Relations in West Africa. Dr. Barry is a certified Minister of Religion (BA Islamic Theology, Madinah 2009) and served as Imam of Edinburgh Central Mosque. He studied Religion in Peace & Conflict (MA, Uppsala, 2014) and the Religious Roots of Europe (MA, Copenhagen, 2013). His PhD (Edinburgh, 2019) researched Muslim responses to Right-wing Populism in the UK and Scandinavia. He is consulted by the BBC Religion & Ethics board from 2016 to present and is a regular contributor to BBC Scotland’s Sunday Morning With programme. He is the founding director of Olive Tree CIC.
|Role-Model Natives: Influences of Intergroup Contact on Muslim Perceptions of Right-wing Populism|