The following resources offer an introduction to the three themes underpinning the work of the Center for Security, Race and Rights. The views expressed therein represent those of the author and are not endorsements by CSRR.
Color of Religion
Abbas, S. (2014). At Freedom’s Limit: Islam and the Postcolonial Predicament. New York: Fordham University.
Acevedo, G. A., & Chaudhary, A. R. (2015). Religion, Cultural Clash, and Muslim American Attitudes About Politically Motivated Violence. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 54(2), 242-260.
Aziz, S. (2012). From the Oppressed to the Terrorist: Muslim American Women Caught in the Crosshairs of Intersectionality. Hastings Race & Poverty L. J., 9(1), 191-263.
Aziz, S. and Burress, C. (2016). Bibliography of Books on Muslims and Islam in the United States (1970 – 2015).
Bakali, N. (2016). Islamophobia: Understanding Anti-Muslim Racism Through the Lived Experiences of Muslim Youth (Vol. 5). Springer.
Chan-Malik, Sylvia. (2011). Chadors, Feminists, Terror: The Racial Politics of US Media Representations of the 1979 Iranian Women’s Movement. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol. 637, 112-140.
Chaudhary, Ali R. (2019) Islamic Strangers: The Effects of Religious Beliefs and Network Closure on Muslim Identity in the United States. The Sociological Quarterly, 1-26.
Dana, K., Barreto, M. A., & Oskooii, K. A. (2011). Mosques as American institutions: Mosque attendance, religiosity and integration into the political system among American Muslims. Religions, 2(4), 504-524.
Dana, K., Wilcox-Archuleta, B., & Barreto, M. (2017). The political incorporation of Muslims in the United States: The mobilizing role of religiosity in Islam. Journal of Race, Ethnicity and Politics, 2(2), 170-200.
Maira, S. (2009). “Good” and” Bad” Muslim Citizens: Feminists, Terrorists, and US Orientalisms. Feminist Studies, 35(3), 631-656.
Saleem, M., Dubow, E., Lee, F., & Huesmann, R. (2018). Perceived Discrimination and Intergroup Behaviors: The Role of Muslim and American Identity Integration. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 49(4), 602-617.
Terman, R. (2017). Islamophobia and Media Portrayals of Muslim Women: A Computational Text Analysis of US News Coverage. International Studies Quarterly, 61(3), 489-502.
Criminalizing Muslim Identity
Alimahomed, S. (2014). Homeland Security Inc.: public order, private profit. Race & Class, 55(4), 82-99.
Alsultany, E. (2013). Arabs and Muslims in the Media After 9/11: Representational Strategies for a “Postrace” Era. American Quarterly, 65(1), 161-169.
Aziz, S. (2017). A Muslim Registry: The Precursor to Internment?. BYU L. Rev., 779.
Bechrouri, I. (2018). The Informant, Islam, and Muslims in New York City. Surveillance & Society. 16(4): 459-472.
Beydoun, K. A. (2017). Muslim Bans and the (Re) Making of Political Islamophobia. U. Ill. L. Rev., 1733.
Carter, B. (2017). Analyzing the Criminal Justice and Military Models of Counterterrorism: Evidence from the United States. Lawrence, Kansas: University of Kansas.
Deutsch, E. Michael & Thompson, Erica. (2008). Secrets and Lies: The Persecution of Muhammad Salah (Part I). Journal of Palestine Studies Vol. XXXVII, No. 4 (Summer 2008), pp. 38–58.
Hosein, A. O. (2018). Racial Profiling and a Reasonable Sense of Inferior Political Status. Journal of Political Philosophy.
Kassem, R. (2010). From Altruists to Outlaws: The Criminalization of Traveling Islamic Volunteers. UCLA J. Islamic & Near EL, 10, 85.
Kibria, N., Watson, T. H., & Selod, S. (2018). Imagining the Radicalized Muslim: Race, Anti-Muslim Discourse, and Media Narratives of the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombers. Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, 4(2), 192-205.
Selod, S. (2018). Gendered Racialization: Muslim American Men and Women’s Encounters with Racialized Surveillance. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 1-18.
Shams, T. (2018, March). Visibility as Resistance by Muslim Americans in a Surveillance and Security Atmosphere, Sociological Forum (Vol. 33, No. 1, pp. 73-94).
Sinnar, S. (2017). The Lost Story of Iqbal. Georgetown Law Journal, 105, 379.
Volpp, L. (2002). The Citizen and the Terrorist. Immigr. & Nat’lity L. Rev., 23, 561.
Transnational Rights and Security
Abbas, S. (2018). The Empty Room. Zuban Books.
Aziz, R. N., & Al-Duleimi, A. D. D. (2018). The Pragmatic Strategies of Concealment in Bush’s Speech of Announcing War Against Iraq in 2003. International Journal of English Linguistics, 8(4), 216.
Aziz, S. (2016). Global Conflict and Populism in a Post-9/11 World. Tulsa L. Rev., 52, 395.
Bali, A. U., & Lerner, H. (2016). Constitutional Design Without Constitutional Moments: Lessons from Religiously Divided Societies. Cornell Int’l LJ, 49, 227.
Chaudhary, Ali R., & Moss, Dana (2019). Suppressing transnationalism: bringing constraints into the study of transnational political action. Springer Open, Comparative Migration Studies 7:9.
Fahmy, D. F. (2015). The Green Scare is not McCarthyism 2.0: How Islamophobia is Redefining the Use of Propaganda in Foreign and Domestic Affairs. Dialectical Anthropology, 39(1), 63-67.
Green-Mercado, Mayte. (2018). Ethnic Groups in Renaissance Spain.” In A Companion to the Spanish Renaissance. Ed. Hilaire Kallendorf (Leiden: Brill), 121-140.
Haque, Adil A., Indeterminacy in the Law of Armed Conflict, 95 Int’l L. Studies (forthcoming 2019)
Kumar, D. (2018). The Right Kind of “Islam” News Media Representations of US-Saudi Relations during the Cold War. Journalism Studies, 19(8), 1079-1097.
Oliver-Dee, S. (2018). Started but Contested: Analyzing US and British Counter-Extremism Strategies.The Review of Faith & International Affairs, 16(2), 71-83.
Rana, A. & Bali, A. (2012). Pax Arabica? Provisional Sovereignty and Intervention in the Arab Uprisings. California Western Int’l L. J., 42(2), 101-132.
Zulfiqar, A. (2017). Jurisdiction over Jihad: Islamic Law and the Duty to Fight. West Virginia Law Review, Vol. 120, No. 2.