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Jamil Khader


The Invisible Link: Honor Killing and Global Capitalism

[Occupy Poster By Just Seeds Artist Cooperative]

The unfolding debate about the Palestinian hip hop group DAM’s new music video “If I Could Go Back in Time,” and Lila Abu-Lughod and Maya Mikdashi’s critique of it, has generated an intense visceral reaction on the part of many readers on Jadaliyya and in the blogosphere. DAM produced this music video in collaboration with the director Jackie Salloum and the renowned singer and activist Amal Murkos, to tackle the heinous crime of honor killing in Palestine. Abu-Lughod ...

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Rampage School Shootings: Reframing the Discourse

[In Karachi, Pakistani children light candles to pay tribute to the victims of the Sandy Hook elementary school mass shooting. Image by Arshad/Zuma Press]

The most recent rampage school shooting in Sandy Hook Elementary (SHE) in Newtown, Connecticut, that claimed the lives of twenty kindergarteners and six school staffers at the hands of another young white male, took the US and the world by a storm. As messages of sympathy poured down from world leaders and interfaith vigils were held in solidarity with the victims and their families, people in their shock and disbelief tried hard to make sense of this unthinkable act of ...

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Jamil Khader


Jamil Khader is Professor of English and Director of the Gender Studies Program at Stetson University. He is the author of numerous articles on postcolonial women writers, cosmopolitanism, and popular culture. He is also the author of Cartographies of Transnationalism in Postcolonial Feminisms: Geography, Culture, Identity, Politics (Lexington Books 2012) and is the co-editor, with Molly Rothenberg, of a collection of essays on the Slovenian philosopher Slavoj Žižek, entitled, Žižek Now: Current Perspectives in Žižek Studies (Polity 2013).