July 11, 2017
Written by Professor Evelyn Alsultany My personal experience with Dr. Shaheen is a testament to his generosity and kindness as a scholar and mentor as well as his accomplishments and legacy for the field of Arab American Media Studies. This narrative itself emerges from a moment during one of two interviews I was fortunate enough to conduct with Dr. Shaheen, once via Skype at an Arab American Civil Rights conference in Dearborn, Michigan, organized by the National Network of Arab American Communities in 2015, and once at the University of Michigan in 2016.  
Fictional Arabia
July 23, 2015
By Amira Jarmakani, Associate Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies   A few years after the events of September 11, 2001, a spate of articles appeared from sources as varied as Time and the Chicago Tribune to Bitch
June 5, 2014
By Amira Jarmakani, Associate Professor of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
May 21, 2014
By Yassin "The Narcicyst" Alsalman
October 8, 2013
A list of upcoming events that may be of interest to our readers:
Photo of Native American Indian image along with the name of the bullets Savage
July 31, 2013
By Matthew Jaber Stiffler           In the winter of 2013, the Arab American National Museum and the National Network for Arab American Communities partnered with the National Voices Project (NVP) to investigate, among other things, media bias against racial, ethnic, and religious groups.
September 21, 2012
Dr. Jack G. Shaheen has dedicated his career to identifying and contesting damaging stereotypes of Arabs and Muslims in American media. He has connected their development to the portrayals of other marginalized groups including Jews, Native Americans, Asian Americans, Latinos, and African Americans. His research analyzes the origins of these visual caricatures, reveals their very real ramifications for innocent people, and presents solutions to counter them effectively.
Habibi Cover
August 1, 2012
Book by Craig Thompson, review by Marguerite Dabaie. Dabaie works in the museum publishing industry by day and is a cartoonist and illustrator by night. She is currently attaining an MFA in illustration at the Fashion Institute of Technology, New York.
February 29, 2012
By Nadia Tonova, director of the National Network for Arab American Communities, a coalition of 23 Arab American organizations throughout the United States. Click here to listen to Arab Americans recount their post 9/11 experiences through StoryCorps.
January 19, 2012
By Matthew Jaber Stiffler The Reclaiming Identity website was envisioned and created to be a resource for the general public and a reference for students and researchers. But it can also serve as an effective tool for educators at the high school and college level.