Human Rights Lecture Series with Farid Hafez on Islamophobia
Anti-muslim racism or islamophobia has become a central feature not only for the political far-right groups in several countries in the Western hemisphere but for different political actors around the world.
Dr. Farid Hafez, Ph.D., explores the relevance of Islamophobia, how it relates to global power structures of inequality, and factors driving it on a global scale in different contexts.
Dr. Farid Hafez is an expert on the theory and history of anti-muslim racism, islamophobia, and human rights. He is a class of 1955 visiting professor of International Studies at Williams College. He is also a non-resident research fellow at Georgetown University’s The Bridge Initiative.