Lecturing

“Sharing Stories, Building Allyhood: Students Speak Out Against Islamophobia,” LSA Associate Dean’s Office for Undergraduate Education, University of Michigan, January 25, 2016.

Professor Alsultany is often invited to give lectures at universities on her various books, essays, and guest curated online exhibit. She commonly lectures on the history of representations of Arabs and Muslims in the media, media representations post-9/11 in relation to the cultural politics of race, gender, and religion in the U.S., as well as contemporary forms of Islamophobia. 

“Are ‘Good’ Stereotypes Really Good?”

TEDxUofM Conference, Power Center, University of Michigan, April 5, 2013