Stephane Lacroix

Sciences Po, Paris School of International Affairs of Sciences Po

Bio

Stephane Lacroix is an assistant professor of political science at Sciences Po and an associate fellow at the Kuwait Program.

His work focuses on Islam and politics in the contemporary Middle East, with a particular interest in the Gulf region. Lacroix's current research examines the transnationalization of salafism and its effects on the movement's ideology and practices.

He has published articles in the International Journal of Middle Eastern Studies and the Middle East Journal.

Featured Work

Awakening Islam: Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia

JUN 2, 2011 Podcast

Awakening Islam: Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia

Stephane Lacroix gives a penetrating account of the political and religious dynamics of Saudi Arabia, one of the most opaque of Muslim countries and the ...

Awakening Islam: Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia

JUN 2, 2011 Podcast

Awakening Islam: Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia

Stephane Lacroix gives a penetrating account of the political and religious dynamics of Saudi Arabia, one of the most opaque of Muslim countries and the ...

Awakening Islam: Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia

JUN 2, 2011 Podcast

Awakening Islam: Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia

Stephane Lacroix gives a penetrating account of the political and religious dynamics of Saudi Arabia, one of the most opaque of Muslim countries and the ...

Awakening Islam: Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia

JUN 2, 2011 Transcript

Awakening Islam: Religious Dissent in Contemporary Saudi Arabia

Stephane Lacroix gives a penetrating account of the political and religious dynamics of Saudi Arabia, one of the most opaque of Muslim countries and the ...