Fawzia Afzal-Khan

Fawzia Afzal-Khan is University Distinguished Scholar at Montclair State University in NJ. Her latest book is Siren Song:Understanding Pakistan Though it’s Women Singers. She can be reached at:  fak0912@yahoo.com

To Lahore, With Love: Musings of a Traveling Feminista, From Pakistan to Palestine

The New McCarthyism on US Campuses 

My Summer of Intentional Travels: Bangkok, Oxford, Accra, Istanbul

Public Obscenities

Karachi Kaleidoscope

Traveling to the Motherland

Be. Very. Careful. Who. You. Invite. In.

Decolonizing James Bond

Afghanistan Redux: Malala Yousafzai, White Feminism and Saving Afghan Women

Pakistan at the Crossroads, Again

In Memoriam: Nawal el Saadawi, 1931-2021

Will Kamala Do the Right Thing?

Downton Abbey in Our Time and Place

Of Dramas Big and Small in the USA Today: From ISIS to Islamophobia to the Solar Eclipse

Eyewitness in the (un)Holy Land

Journey to the House of Stone: Where Past Meets the Present in the Levant

The Greatest Counterpuncher Remembered: Can His Legacy Live On?

Uncivil Rites of the Corporate Neoliberal University: the Curious Case of Steven Salaita

The Horror, The Horror … But Also the Beauty

Charlie Hebdo and the Return of the Postcolonial

A Feminist Reclamation of Islam?

Saving Junaid Hafeez = Saving Pakistan

Unforgettable Cuba

The Heart of Darkness in Zero-Dark-Thirty

Islamophobia in America

Muammar Gaddafi: In Memoriam

Dead in My Tracks

Jihad Against Violence

Pakistan Love Story

Deconstructing the Taliban

The Long, Dark Night of Pakistan

Us vs. Them

The Morning After

The Pakistani Elections

Encountering Benazir Bhutto

What Lies Beneath

The Class Behind the Muslim

Unholy Alliance

Islam and Politics

Here Are Voices of Muslim Feminists