Dilmurat Mahmut is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Education, McGill University. His research interests include Muslim identity in the West, equity and education, education and violent extremism, and immigrant/refugee integration in Canada and beyond. He is a FRQSC doctoral fellow and part of a McGill research team working on Syrian refugee youths’ experiences within the Canadian adult education system. Currently, he is studying Uyghur immigrants’ identity reconstruction experiences in Quebec and English Canada. His publications include:
Ghosh, R., Sherab, D., Dilimulati, M. and Hashemi, N. (2019). Creating a Refugee Space in the Canadian School Context: The Approach of an Inclusive Society. In A. W. Wiseman, L. Damaschke-Deitrick, E. L. Galegher and M. F. Park (Eds.). Education as a Panacea for Refugee Youth: Transitioning from Conflict to the Classroom. Routledge.(in press).
Dilimulati, M., Dhali, H. H. and Ghosh, R. (2019). The Radicalization of Youth in the West– How Can Canadian Teachers Effectively Approach this Issue in Their Classrooms? A. Jule (Ed.), The Compassionate Educator: Understanding Social Issues in Canadian Schools. Canadian Scholars Press. (in press).