Samuel Everett is an anthropologist at the Woolf Institute and St Edmund’s College, University of Cambridge. He works ethnographically in Barbès, Paris, on the role of trust in religiously diverse urbanism. He is hosted by the CNRS research centre GSRL. He previously worked on the multiple dimensions of Parisian Jewish identification to North Africa particularly in spaces of Maghrebi Muslim-Jewish contact. For the last year he has been engaged in bringing together a network of scholars and civil society actors from Paris and London as part of a PSL-Cambridge scheme to encourage Franco-British partnership. His research practice has involved multi-lingual ethnography in complex urban settings, and tracking how intercultural and interreligious encounter is mediated through localised market relations.