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Islamophobia, Race, and Critical Thinking in an Age of Terror with Dr. Nazia Kazi

Monday, 16 October, 2017

Nazia Kazi is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Stockton University, where she teaches courses on race, migration, and Islamophobia. She has conducted several years of fieldwork with Muslim American community groups, looking at the strategies these organizations use to combat Islamophobia. Her work makes important connections between Islamophobia, white supremacy, and U.S. foreign policy. Her public-facing scholarship has appeared in Jacobin, The Chronicle of Higher Education, TEDx, and DemocracyNow!. Her book, Troubling Islamophobia, will be published in 2018. Dr. Kazi completed her graduate work in New York City, at Columbia University and the City University of New York. She currently lives in Philadelphia."


Jose Sanchez

Phone: 570-941-4160

DeNaples Center, Moskovitz Theater (401)

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Scranton, PA 18510