B. Nimri Aziz

B. Nimri Aziz is a New York based anthropologist and journalist. Find her work at www.RadioTahrir.org. She was a longtime producer at Pacifica-WBAI Radio in NY.

I Really Can’t Cast Your Ballot for You, Ma’am

Literature Can Displace Anthropology

Morality Tales in US Public Life?

Becoming a Democracy: the Example of Nepal

Why is Tariq Ramadan Imprisoned?

What Remains Hidden: Beyond the Preoccupation With Memoirs of Muslim Women

Swing Status, Be Gone

Sacred Assemblies in Baghdad

Iraq Then, Syria Now

Iraqis’ Diet Fifteen Years After the Invasion

Let Our Teachers Teach and Leaders Lead

Iraqi Landscapes: the Path of Martyrs

Iraq Outside History

What a Pomegranate Means to Me

Margaret Mead: Where Are You Now?

An Alleged Communist and Prostitute in Nepal’s Grade Ten Schoolbooks!

Politics is Hard Work

The Weinstein Empire: Extreme as Normal

Kirkuk the Consolation Prize?

In “Human Flow,” Ai Weiwei Turns His Activist-Art to Human Refugees

Involuntary Voyages: Revisiting “The Grapes of Wrath”

A Risky Referendum for Kurdistan Underway in Iraq

Looking to Leave Your Homeland? Think Again

Syria’s Survival

Another Palestinian-American Deported: the Case of Rasmea Odeh