Mireille Rebeiz takes issue with the dismal portrayal of Arabs and other Middle Easterners in a Hollywood superhero movie.
I. Rida Mahmood observes that while people in Iran and Arab countries are roiling for more equality and freedom, they are not taking any cues from the west.
Rana Asfour reviews the Booker Prize-nominated novel by Nadifa Mohamed based on the true story of a wrongly-convicted Somali in 1950s Cardiff.
Joyce Zonana reviews two recent titles that reveal Jewish-Muslim connections and communities of the Arab world.
Egyptian American playwright Yussef El Guindi argues it's time for American theatre to go beyond bombs and burkas when it comes to Arab/Muslim characters and storylines.
With The Limits of Whiteness sociologist Neda Maghbouleh makes the case for the new, radical idea that a white American immigrant group can (and ought to) have the transformative power to become brown.
When a repressive government moves against the most despised in society, if left unchecked, no one is safe and it will move against its own citizens.
Iranian American delves beneath the surface of stereotypes about women in the Islamic Republic of Iran.