Radical Hospitality: American Policy, Media, and Immigration
Supported by the SAIS Media and Politics Initiative
hosted by Professor
University of Leeds
Discussant: Johns Hopkins University SAIS
Sarah E. Parkinson
Moderator: Johns Hopkins University SAIS
Nour Halabi is Assistant Professor of Media and Communication at the University of Leeds and incoming Interdisciplinary Fellow at the University of Aberdeen. She is the Vice-Chair of the Race Network of the Media Communication and Cultural Studies Association (MeCCSA) and the Secretary of ICA's Ethnicity and Race in Communication Division.
Her interdisciplinary research examines the interactions between race, migration and social movements in global media. Halabi is the author of Radical Hospitality: American Policy, Media, and Immigration
as well as other publications that examine global media and communication including Discourses in Action
(eds. Krippendorff & Halabi, 2020); "The Spatial Politics of the Syrian Revolution," in Middle East Critique
(2019), and "If These Walls Could Speak: Borders and Walls as Communicative Devices," in Interventions: Communication Research and Practice
(Peter Lang, 2018).
She received her doctorate from the Annenberg School for Communication at the University of Pennsylvania, Masters from the London School of Economics and Bachelors from Paris (IV) Sorbonne.