B. Nimri Aziz

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

The Vicissitudes of Al-Jazeera TV Network

What the Moor Spins: Healing Stories

Arab Women, Muslim Women: Infinite Possibilities (For Your Debate)

Few Political Alternatives for Nepal

McDonalds at 96th Street

Why Universities are the Right Place to Demand Change

Pity the Democracy: Media and the Election

What’s a Regular Voter Like Me to Do?

Nepal’s Democracy Landmark (a Constitution) Leads to Instability

A Short Walk Through Europe

Losing Our Young Syrians

Nepal: Earth Tremors Fading, Monsoon Looming

Demolition Dilemmas Across Nepal

Schoolboy Looks to Nepal’s Army With New Pride

Awaiting the Next Rumble in Nepal

Three Women in Search of Muna’s House: a Nepal Guide to Gongabu

Nepal: Signs of Progress, If Not Hope

Dispatch From Kathmandu

How FBI Informants Do Their Dirty Work

Extremism is the New Normal

April: Promising and Annoying April

Confronting Racism: Homework for the Next Generation

Three New Martyrs from North Carolina

Deportation as a Solution to Injustice?

Producing War Heroes: American, of Course

A Young American in Search of a Future

Re-Reading Naguib Mahfouz

Getting Out the Vote: a Personal Experience

What Shall I Tell My Fellow Syrians and Iraqis?

Who, What and Where are Iraq’s Turkmen?

Thank You Michael Brown

The Case of Steven Salaita

Toys: Girls and Boys

The Legacy of Maya Angelou

Who Can Negotiate for Palestine?

An Unlikely Solution to Our Children’s Reading Ailments

A Short History of Syrian Orphans

On the Release of Lynne Stewart

The Empty Classrooms of Qalamoun

Our Nation of Sleuths

Think What a Leader Like Chavez Could Do in the Arab World

Is She Muslim?