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:
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.