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Published:

2007    with Benjamin D’Harlingue. “Media Representations and the Criminalization of Arab Americans and Muslim Americans.” Women’s Lives: Multicultural Perspectives. Eds. Gwyn Kirk and Margo Okazawa-Rey. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press. 464-468.

2008    with Benjamin D’Harlingue, with Ka Hin Wong. “Arab Americans and Muslim Americans in the New York Times, Before and After 9/11.” From Invisible Citizens to Visible Subjects: Arab American Identities Before and After 9/11. Eds. Amaney Jamal and Nadine Naber. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press. 229-275.

In Press: with Benjamin D’Harlingue. “The Wall Street Journal’s Muslims: Representing Islam in American Print News Media.” Islamophobia Studies Journal. Volume 1. No. 1 (Sept.). Pp.  Center for Race and Gender. UC Berkeley. 2011

Lectures Presented:

2007    with Benjamin D’Harlingue. “The New York Times & Wall Street Journal: Representing Arab and Muslim Americans in American Print News Media.” Presented at Politics, Culture and Lebanese Diaspora Conference. Lebanese American University. Beirut. May. with Benjamin D’Harlingue. “The New York Times & Wall Street Journal:

2007    Representing Arab & Muslim Americans in the American Print News Media.”   Dept. of Anthropology Colloquium. University of California, Davis. May.

2008    with Benjamin D’Harlingue. “The Wall Street Journal’s Muslims: Representing Islam in American Print News Media.” De-Constructing Islamophobia Conference. University of California, Berkeley. Apr.

2008    “Representations of American Muslims in the New York Times.” MESA Student Retreat, Sly Park, CA. Nov.

2009    “Making Muslims: Representations of Islam and Muslims in the Wall Street Journal Commentaries.” Dubai School of Government. Dubai. UAE. Mar.

2009    “Arab and Muslim Women in the New York Times: 1863-1919.” Arab American Women Conference. Kansas State U. Manhattan, KS. Mar.

2010    “Representations of Muslims in American Print News.” Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies Advisory Board Meeting. Stanford U. Mar.

2011    “How Switzerland was Lost to the West:  The Orientalization of Lebanon in the New York Times.”  Ed.  Hatem Bazian.  Islamophobia Production and Re-Defining Global “Security” Agenda for the 21rst Century. Apr.

 


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