Race and Racism in the Middle East and North Africa
The aim of this series is to engage, in meaningful ways, with the various forms of racism and discrimination within the MENA region and its diaspora, by also examining the challenging debates on race in order to better understand and dismantle issues of power, collective biases and structural racism.
12/6/2021 Katrina Daly Thompson (UW-Madison): Queer-Jewish-Muslim: Constructing Hyphenated Religious Identities through Tactics of Intersubjectivity
9/13/2021 Professor Amer Zahr (University of Detroit): Arab Americans: We’re Not White
3/9/2020 Miral Al-Tahawy: “Desert Melodies: Bedouin Women’s Oral Ghazal Poetry”