Nadine’s interdisciplinary feminist workshop opened up an important space for students and faculty members from various departments and programs to rethink and rearticulate the multiple research questions, methodologies, and frameworks animating their scholarly and activist work. Participants had high praise for Professor Naber’s approach to methodologies, her insights into their radical potential, and her insistence…

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Dana Olwan, Associate Professor, LGBTQ Studies, Middle Eastern Studies & Indigenous Studies, Syracuse University

Dr. Naber’s workshop was quite a powerful experience for the students in my graduate research seminar. They were energized and motivated after, with so many new ways to think through their projects!  Just the boost we all needed to recommit to the possibilities of social justice oriented scholarship right now!

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Lisa Duggan, Professor, Social and Cultural Analysis, New York University

Nadine facilitated a space that was liberating, empowering, and informative to this independent scholar with a severe case of imposter syndrome. I came in not knowing if I had any place in the workshop, and I left with new (brief, accessible, and effective!) meditations to practice in my work, new conceptual frameworks for approaching my…

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Tanuja Devi

Dr. Naber’s workshop was a very rewarding experience for me as an Arts Administration and Policy graduate student interested in transdisciplinary collaborative practices. I appreciated her straight-forwardness in discussing academic anxieties and typical obstacles when approaching less explored research areas and methods often criticized by tunnel-visioned academics. She gives both practical and emotional advice on…

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Margaret Halquist, PhD

I first took Dr. Nadine Naber’s How to Design a Liberated Research Project to develop my own ideas for research. I was so invigorated by the process she shared, as well as her infectious enthusiasm and vast knowledge, that I quickly recommended she teach a workshop for the Master of Arts in Art Therapy &…

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Katherine Houpt, Professor Emeritus, Department of Clinical Sciences, American College of Veterinary Behaviorists

Nadine is a captivating and welcoming presenter. There is so much I do not know with depth or clarity about the Middle East. By listening to Nadine’s storytelling style lecture, she took huge ideas of feminism, the treatment of women and the significant roles women have played in history (in one hour) and broke them…

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Kristi Murry

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…

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Katherine Murray-Liebl

Dr. Nadine Naber came to the University of Washington, Seattle in May 2015 through a competitive nomination and selection process where a social justice scholar is invited for a multi-day residential visit to engage with the UW campus and wider city communities.  Dr. Naber has a unique ability to engage with diverse audiences regardless of…

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Faculty Member

When I picked up my manuscript to begin revising, I felt overwhelmed by the things that were not working and at a loss for how to change course. How lucky I was to seek out Nadine’s help! Nadine has an unparalleled ability to pull out the most important ideas from a chaotic and way-too-long first…

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Manijeh Moradian, Assistant Professor, Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Barnard College

Nadine Naber is simply riveting! She is one of the most fascinating and innovative thinkers. She offers ingenious solutions to better understanding our world and the dilemmas we face. Nadine is such a brilliant engaging and dynamic speaker; you will not be the same person after hearing her speak—and the world and you will be…

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Clarissa Rojas, Assistant Professor, Chicana/o Studies, University of California Davis

Nadine Naber was an excellent public speaker on the topic of Islamophobia. Her explanations were easy to understand. She answered difficult and emotional questions from the audience well and gave helpful next steps that audience members could take. This was a powerful presentation. I have spent a considerable amount of time thinking and reading about…

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Parent

I got introduced to Dr. Nadine Naber through a colleague in the field and I worked with her on key manuscripts for my academic career and revised scholarly works and proposals. I am still working with Dr. Naber and I feel lucky to have had this opportunity for so many reasons. Dr. Naber has a…

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Omar Baz Radwan, Assistant Professor, Comparative Literature/English, Dublin City University and LAU

About half a year has passed since I came out, and the access to works like yours have never made me feel more powerful standing in my truth. And for that, I thank you. Please continue to do what you do in representing the Arab-American community, your reach is further than you think.

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George Karam

Nadine led workshops on social justice for my 4th and 5th grade classrooms covering topics like racism and sexism, fair trade, how to challenge stereotypes of Arabs and Muslims, and how to envision the future of yourself and your community. Students loved her visits because the topics and delivery were engaging and relevant. I found…

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Nora Heide

I attended Nadine Naber’s lecture on racial inclusion at Oak Park’s Irving School. It was awesome to hear such a comprehensive and nuanced perspective on Muslims, non-Muslims, Arabs, non-Arabs and Africans in the Americas. I didn’t want to leave but I was already 45 minutes late for my French class. Witnessing such a sterling/stellar presentation…

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Stan West, MFA, Adjunct, Columbia College Chicago

I’ve heard Nadine speak on 2 different panels. She stood out as exceptional. She captivated the audience with her content and delivery. Nadine would be a great speaker for teacher institutes, social justice advocates, mental or medical health professionals, educational events, and religious institutions.

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Donna Rolf