Nazia Kazi is available to speak to community-based organizations, college campuses, and workplaces about Islamophobia, U.S. racism, and empire. She regularly delivers keynotes, public lectures, and workshops on matters related to anti-Muslim sentiment, xenophobia, racial inequality, and U.S. imperialism.
Please contact Nazia Kazi regarding booking information and speaker fees.
Select speaking engagements
- “Islamophobia, Race, and Global Politics.” November 2021. Public Lecture. Duke University.
- “Never Forget: Erasing our Memory of Endless War.” September 2021. Public Lecture. San Francisco State University.
- “Islamophobic Nationalism in India and the US.” November 2020. Public Lecture. South Asia Center, University of Pennsylvania.
- “Islamophobia, Racism, and Imperialist Feminism in an Age of Forgetfulness.” September 2020. San Diego State University.
- Islamophobic Nationalism and Forgetfulness in the Terror Decades. Public lecture at Georgetown University. February 2020.
- Islamophobic Nationalism in the US Racial Landscape. Keynote at Humboldt State University. November 2019.
- Islamophobia, Race, and Global Politics. Public lecture at Sacramento State. September 2019.
- Islamophobia, White Supremacy, and US Empire. Public lecture at William Paterson University. April 2019.
- Islamophobia, Race, and Global Politics. Keynote at American Studies Graduate Student Conference, Stockton University. April 2019.
- Islamophobia, Race, and Global Politics. Invited lecture at Rutgers University School of Law’s Islamophobia Speaker Series. February 2019.
- Islamophobia, White Supremacy, and Global Politics. Featured speaker at Women & Gender Studies Symposium. St. Mary’s College of Maryland. April 2018.