(Léa) LEJS Massé MA

(Léa) LEJS Massé MA
PhD Candidate Erasmus School of Law Criminology
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
L3-011
Telephone
+31104082223
Email
masse@law.eur.nl
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Léa Massé is a PhD candidate at the department of Criminology of the Erasmus School of Law. Her research interests are criminalisation of vulnerable communities, institutional and state violence, counter-culture movements, New Religious Movements and violence, late-modernity, existentialism, and resistance through artistic and political expressive forms.

In her current research project, she explores the lived experience and attraction of Islamic funtamentalist movements in Western countries and the broader, late-modern context in which such movements arise. Her approach draws on interpretive phenomenology, existentialist sociology and cultural criminological work on late-modernity. Combining life-course interviews, analysis of…

Léa Massé is a PhD candidate at the department of Criminology of the Erasmus School of Law. Her research interests are criminalisation of vulnerable communities, institutional and state violence, counter-culture movements, New Religious Movements and violence, late-modernity, existentialism, and resistance through artistic and political expressive forms.

In her current research project, she explores the lived experience and attraction of Islamic funtamentalist movements in Western countries and the broader, late-modern context in which such movements arise. Her approach draws on interpretive phenomenology, existentialist sociology and cultural criminological work on late-modernity. Combining life-course interviews, analysis of autobiographical documents and observations, she examines how Islamic fundamentalism has emerged over recent years as a counter-culture movement providing existential meaning and purpose to the individual.

      • L.E.J.S. Massé (2019). Hip-Hop. In R.M Lawson & B.A Lawson (Eds.), Race and Ethnicity in America: From Pre-contact to the Present (pp. 115-117). Santa Barbara: Abc-Clio
      • L.E.J.S. Masse (2018). 'Being-in-the-Crime': Reflection on the Use of Phenomenological Methods in Criminology. In A. Bosma & S. Buisman (Eds.), Methoden van Onderzoek in het strafrecht, de Criminologie en de Victimologie (pp. 67-84). Alphen aan den Rijn: Wolters Kluwer
      • L.E.J.S. Massé (2019, september 19). Terrorising doubts: Regulating and managing threats to ontological security in extremist and terrorist Islamist groups. Ghent, European Society of Criminology.
      • L.E.J.S. Massé (2019, mei 10). “From Brothers to Intimate enemies”: the Regulation and Management of Individual Disengagement within Islamist Extremists and Terrorist Groups. Utrecht, Common Session in Criminology.
      • L.E.J.S. Massé (2018, oktober 18). “Losing Mood(s)”: Exploring European Jihadi Supporters and Foreign Fighters’ Responses to the fall of the Islamic State
. Copenhagen, Common Session in Criminology.
      • L.E.J.S. Massé (2018, september 14). “Being-in-the-crime”: Reflection on the Use of Phenomenological Methods in Criminology
. Ghent, Conference Between edges and Margins.
      • L.E.J.S. Massé (2017, november 29). “Becoming radicals”: towards a phenomenological approach of Western youth’s Islamic radicalisation. University of Peloponnese, Common Session in Criminology.
      • L.E.J.S. Massé (2015, december 2). “Locked out” on the margin: exploring youth’s marginality in French deprived urban neighbourhoods
. Rotterdam, Common Session in Criminology.
  • Veiligheid, terrorisme en mensenrechten

    Title
    Veiligheid, terrorisme en mensenrechten
    Year
    2019
    Year level
    (master)
  • PhD Candidate

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Law
    Department
    Criminology
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
    +31104082223

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam