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Khaled A. Beydoun is a leading thinker on national security, civil rights and constitutional law. He has published a series of books, including the critically acclaimed American Islamophobia: Understanding the Roots and Rise of Fear, featured his insights in the New York Times and the Washington Post, and his work has been featured in leading law journals. He serves as a law professor at the University of Arkansas-Fayetteville School of Law and Senior Affiliated Faculty at U.C.-Berkeley, a leading public intellectual on matters linked to Islamophobia, national and cyber-security, and civil rights.

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  • American Islamophobia:
    The Roots and Rise of Fear

    University of California Press

    This book explores the recent emergence of Islamophobia in the United States, and ties it to the embedded history of anti-Muslim bigotry that has prevailed for centuries. A scholar in the field, Beydoun interweaves his expertise with compelling narratives, personal stories, and intersectional analysis that illustrates the complexity and fluidity of Islamophobia.

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Professor Beydoun’s insight has been featured in the Washington Post, the New York Times,
San Francisco Chronicle, Time, Salon, and ESPN; and television and radio news programming including CNN, the BBC, Fox, NBC and ABC News.


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