Barbara Nimri Aziz - Archive

It’s Only a Lawn Sign; Well, Perhaps Far More. How Being ‘a Minority’ Feels By Barbara Nimri Aziz, November 03, 2020
What Can Americans Learn from New York’s Shrewd Governor, Andrew Cuomo? Managing Covid-19 By Barbara Nimri Aziz, October 29, 2020
Is Nepal Skirting, Denying or Defying the COVID Pandemic? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, September 15, 2020
“Made in Bangladesh”. Women Workers in Dhaka Factories Fight For Their Rights. A Union Story By Barbara Nimri Aziz, August 28, 2020
Who Will Come to America’s Rescue? A Nation Under Internal Threat, Engulfed in an Unprecedented Crisis… By Barbara Nimri Aziz, July 23, 2020
“Soft Power”: Americans in Its Grip at Home Must Face the Mischief It Wields By Barbara Nimri Aziz, July 13, 2020
Muslim Heroines Find Their Way into New American Literature By Barbara Nimri Aziz, June 22, 2020
Eight Minutes, Forty-six Seconds … Remembering George Floyd By Barbara Nimri Aziz, June 07, 2020
Mocking Birds in Spring 2020 By Barbara Nimri Aziz, May 20, 2020
America’s Long War… Family Stories from Ground Zero, by a New Generation of Filmmakers By Barbara Nimri Aziz, May 04, 2020
Have Nepal’s People Managed a Healthy Breakthrough in the Covid-19 Crisis? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, April 26, 2020
“Madam, How Can I Have Any Plans?” By Barbara Nimri Aziz, April 15, 2020
Advice for People Fearful and Under Duress By Barbara Nimri Aziz, April 03, 2020
Nepal: Turn Around and Realize Your Neighbor — China By Barbara Nimri Aziz, March 30, 2020
Rethinking “Commander-in-Chief” in American Leadership in Relation to COVID-19 By Barbara Nimri Aziz, March 22, 2020
Six Year Old Kaia Rolle, Handcuffed by Orlando Police and Arrested: How Many More, and for How Long Is this America? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, March 03, 2020
Being a Democrat—Ugh By Barbara Nimri Aziz, February 10, 2020
Intimacies from an Awful War. “For Sama” by Waad Al-Kateab and Edward Watts By Barbara Nimri Aziz, August 01, 2019
The Podcast Revolution: The Power of Our Human Voice, from Marconi to Woods Hole By Barbara Nimri Aziz, July 16, 2019
Abu Graib at Home in America By Barbara Nimri Aziz, July 08, 2019
Reinterpreting History and Reality, Retrospective Exhibition of Simone Fattal, New York Museum of Modern Art PS1 By Barbara Nimri Aziz, June 07, 2019
The Ever Dependable Bully on Embassy Row; Venezuela and Iraq Are No Longer Worlds Apart By Barbara Nimri Aziz, May 29, 2019
A Novel We Can All Relate To: “The Other Americans” By Barbara Nimri Aziz, May 19, 2019
Assange or Khashoggi: Whither Journalistic Standards? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, May 02, 2019
Just Another Spring in Progress? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, April 30, 2019
Snow, Roads, Birds and Plows By Barbara Nimri Aziz, February 03, 2019
How Long Can Nepal Blame Others for Its Woes? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, January 18, 2019
Can Nepal Realistically Look to China as an Alternative Trade Partner? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, January 11, 2019
New Arab Women-centered Films Are Not Just About Women By Barbara Nimri Aziz, November 14, 2018
US Midterm Elections: Get-Out-The-Vote (GOTV) Will Not “Restore Democracy to America” By Barbara Nimri Aziz, November 02, 2018
What Is It About Bears? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, October 25, 2018
United States
For Those of Us Who Believe By Barbara Nimri Aziz, October 05, 2018
Margot Lee Shetterly
How Many More Women Are There? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, September 26, 2018
I Really Can’t Cast Your Ballot for You, Ma’am By Barbara Nimri Aziz, September 08, 2018
The Himalayas: Literature Can Displace Anthropology By Barbara Nimri Aziz, September 04, 2018
Morality Tales in US Public Life By Barbara Nimri Aziz, August 19, 2018
Migrant Labor: A Central Pillar of Nepal’s Grim Economy By Barbara Nimri Aziz, July 29, 2018
Nepal’s Economy – Can Contented Tourists Match Desperate Migrant Laborers? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, July 24, 2018
Becoming a Democracy—The Example of Nepal By Barbara Nimri Aziz, July 01, 2018
Why Is Professor Tariq Ramadan Imprisoned? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, June 22, 2018
The Interminable Palestinian Uprising By Barbara Nimri Aziz, June 05, 2018
Arab Women Authors Narrate More than Women’s Experience By Barbara Nimri Aziz, May 25, 2018
U.S. Nationwide Elections: “Swing Status”, be Gone By Barbara Nimri Aziz, May 19, 2018
Iraq’s Sacred Assemblies. Survival of Iraq’s Culture and Intellectual Standards By Barbara Nimri Aziz, April 30, 2018
“Iraq’s Sacred Assemblies”. The Joy of Cultural Discourse By Barbara Nimri Aziz, April 25, 2018
Iraq, Then; Syria Today – A Strategy Remix. Bombed and Bombed Again By Barbara Nimri Aziz, April 16, 2018
Iraqis’ Diet Fifteen Years After the Invasion. Travelling Through Baghdad By Barbara Nimri Aziz, April 12, 2018
Let Our Teachers Teach, and Insist Our Leaders Lead By Barbara Nimri Aziz, March 28, 2018
Iraq, The Path of Martyrs. En Route from Baghdad to Kerbala By Barbara Nimri Aziz, March 25, 2018
Iraq Outside History By Barbara Nimri Aziz, March 12, 2018
Margaret Mead: Where Are You Now? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, December 01, 2017
Margaret Mead: Where Are You Now? By Barbara Nimri Aziz, December 01, 2017
Revolutionary Activist Shakti Yogmaya in Nepal’s Grade Ten Schoolbooks! By Barbara Nimri Aziz, November 24, 2017
Revolutionary Activist Shakti Yogmaya in Nepal’s Grade Ten Schoolbooks! By Barbara Nimri Aziz, November 24, 2017
A Desultory Election Day in America By Barbara Nimri Aziz, November 13, 2017
Local Politics Is Hard Work: Anticipating the Coming Nation-wide US Election By Barbara Nimri Aziz, November 06, 2017
The Weinstein Empire: Extreme as “Normal” By Barbara Nimri Aziz, October 25, 2017
Kirkuk, a Counterfeit Prize By Barbara Nimri Aziz, October 20, 2017
“Human Flow, When There is Nowhere to Go, Nowhere is Home” By Barbara Nimri Aziz, October 10, 2017
Rereading “Grapes of Wrath”. The History of Capitalism in America, “Disaster Capitalism” By Barbara Nimri Aziz, October 04, 2017