Activity: Participating in or organising an event › Conference
Presented paper at a panel on Borders, Violence, and Movement as a Political Act (I): Coloniality, Surveillance, and the Global Color Line at annual International Studies Association (2019) convention. Conference paper titled: “Islamophobia and the Colour Line: How Efforts to Contest British Counterterrorism Policies Reveal Racialised Borders between Faith and ‘Coloured’ Communities”
The International Studies Association is one of the oldest interdisciplinary associations dedicated to understanding international, transnational and global affairs. Founded in 1959, its more than 7,000 members span the globe – comprising academics, practitioners, policy experts, private sector workers and independent researchers, among others. The Association has long served as a central hub for the exchange of ideas and for networking and programmatic initiatives among those involved in the study, teaching and practice of International Studies.
Through its highly attended Annual Convention and regional/international conferences, as well as its respected journals and the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies, the Association promotes rigorous discussion, research and writing on a broad range of topics within International Studies, broadly construed.