Never Forget: Erasing Our Memory of Endless War

Monday, September 27, 2021, 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Nazia Kazi and the cover to her book Islamophobia, Race and Global Politics

Nazia Kazi explores the collective forgetting of American history and how film and media contributed to nationalism, Islamophobia and racism after September 11, 2001, and through to the present day. In a conversation, we’ll explore what storytellers can do to reclaim the narrative. Free.

Nazia Kazi

Nazia Kazi is an anthropologist and educator based in Philadelphia. Her work explores the role of Islamophobia and racism in the context of global politics. She is associate professor of anthropology at Stockton University.

Online (Zoom)
School of Cinema, George and Judy Marcus Endowed Chair Mayuran Tiruchelvam, Center for Iranian Diaspora Studies, Race and Resistance Studies Department
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