Booking for 2022, Lectures, seminars, and workshops


I have over twenty years of experience giving customized lectures and seminars on university campuses and for non-profit organizations, libraries, schools, community organizations, social movements, and more.

My lectures cover topics like: Racial Justice, Gender Justice, Women of Color Feminisms, Anti-imperialist Abolitionist Feminism, Ending Violence against Women of Color, Arab Americans, Muslim Americans, Middle East Feminisms, Queer and Feminist Social Movements, Arab and Muslim Feminisms, Feminist anti-Militarism, Transnational Feminist Solidarity, Radical Mothering, Radical Coalition Feminisms.

I have shared several stages with Dr. Naber. She is changing the way people see the world, opening up new possibilities for anyone interested in building a world without oppression.

| Angela Davis
Activist, Author, Distinguished Professor

Nadine is one of the most thought-provoking lecturers and teachers I have ever encountered.  Every time I attend one of Nadine's events, my brain is on overdrive after learning so much. Nadine quickly takes her audience to a space of learning and challenges her audience to rethink what they've been told and what they've previously understood. Through her work, she offers her audience multifaceted perspectives to consider and presents layers of views and experiences for people to digest at their own pace. Her work digs into topics of racism, sexism, politics, gender, the Middle East, and so much more. She guides her learners through historical events and perspectives, cultural revolutions, and current events in a way I've never experienced before.

| Katherine Murray-Liebl


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Arab Feminism is Not an Oxymoron | TedxOakParkWomen | December 12, 2019

Nadine Naber's Talk illustrates how stereotypical understandings of the concepts of both “Arab culture” and “feminism” lead many people to believe that Arab feminism is an oxymoron. Naber reframes this limiting belief to offer a new framework that allows people not only to understand that Arab feminism exists, but also that there are in fact, many different kinds of “Arab feminism.”

Ultimately, this Talk inspires us to imagine what Arab feminism can offer to anyone interested in achieving gender and social justice globally and locally.

2022 Spring YWomen Film

6-minute segment in the 2022 Spring YWomen Film, produced by Susan Hope Engel as part of the YWCA YWomen Leadership Celebration. Nadine Naber is a 2022 Recipient of the YWomen Leadership Award.

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Arab American Report Launch Event | University of Illinois Chicago Institute for Research on Race & Public Policy and Moraine Valley Community College Library | February 13, 2023

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International Women’s Day – A Feminist Look at Uprisings in the Middle East | Moraine Valley Community College Library | March 8, 2023

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Seminar 5: Protocols of Revolutionary Feminisms to Re/make the World | Vera List Center | March 8, 2021

Mothering is Radical: A Coalitional Feminist Approach to Anti-Imperialism, Abolition, and Immigrant Justice | UC Santa Barbara Multicultural Center | October 22, 2021

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Joint Struggle: A Decolonial, Abolitionist approach to Middle East Studies | Center for Middle East Studies, UW—Madison | March 8, 2021

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Anti-Black Racism in Southwest Asia/North Africa and Diaspora | Mizna, ITSRC, and AROC | July 19, 2020

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Teach-In: Abolition at UIC | July 9, 2020

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Abolition Feminism: Celebrating 20 Years of INCITE! | Barnard Center for Research on Women | April 30, 2020

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Nadine Naber on Orientalism, Arab Struggle, and our Histories within Asian-Am Studies | AROC | February 2, 2021

Changing the Narrative: Event #1 | National Network for Arab American Communities | October 12, 2021

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Hacking the Syllabus: Critical Solidarities with Nadine Naber and Alisa Bierria | Asia Society | November 18, 2020