B. Nimri Aziz

B. Nimri Aziz is a New York based anthropologist and journalist. Find her work at www.barbaranimricom . She was a longtime producer at Pacifica-WBAI Radio in NY, most recently author of a new book on Nepal’s rebel women Yogmaya and Durga Devi

Nawal El-Saadawi and the Barriers of Patriarchy

The Iraq-UnIraq in the American Imagination

The Nepal Street

Ode to February

Power Games All Over the Place

It’s Funny, But It’s No Joke!

“Myopia:” Moroccan Director/Actor Sanaa Akroud’s Latest Screen Gem

It’s Only a Lawn Sign (Well, Perhaps Much More)

Is Nepal Skirting, Denying or Defying the Covid Pandemic?

Film Review: Made in Bangladesh: A Union Story

Who Will Come to America’s Aid?

Soft Power: Americans in Its Grip at Home Must Face the Mischief It Wields by BNimri Aziz July 11/2020

Muslim Heroines Find their Way into New American Literature

Eight Minutes, Forty-Six Seconds

Have Nepal’s People Managed a Healthy Breakthrough in the Covid-19 Crisis?

Rethinking Commander-in-Chief in American Leadership

Kaia Rolle, Handcuffed and Arrested at 6: How Many More, and for How Long Will This Happen in America?

Being a Democrat, Ugh

Intimacies From an Awful War

The Power of Our Human Voice: From Marconi to Woods Hole

Abu Graib at Home in America

Arab Women at Work: Sculptor/Painter Simone Fattal Retrospective

The Ever Dependable Bully on Embassy Row

A Novel We Can All Relate To

Assange or Khashoggi: Whither Journalistic Standards?