Book talk, Rutgers School of Law, 2019
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“Against Sytemic Ignorance” on DemocracyNow!
http://democracynow.org – In the aftermath of several terrorist attacks over the weekend that involve Muslim suspects, we speak with professor Nazia Kazi of Stockton University about her latest article for The Chronicle of Higher Education, “Teaching Against Islamophobia in the Age of Terror.” “The U.S. war on terror would not have been possible without a…
Teaching Against Islamophobia in the Age of Terror
It’s unsettling to teach about Islamophobia in our current political climate. As many worry about a lurking terrorist attack or the erosion of a pristine America by Muslims, calls for surveillance and exclusion abound. In an age-old American cycle of xenophobic nativism, Muslims are rendered the obvious threat, put in the impossible position of exonerating…
“Critical Thinking as Terrorism Prevention” on DemocracyNow!
http://democracynow.org – Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump responded to the weekend attacks by lashing out at Muslim immigrants and refugees, calling them a “cancer from within,” while Democrat Hillary Clinton said Trump is helping ISIS to recruit more fighters. South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham called for the New York bombing suspect, Ahmad Khan Rahami, to…
Islamophobia and Islamophilia: An Unusual Connection | TEDxStocktonUniversity
Connecting strategies for inclusion of Muslims and other immigrant and racial groups.