Summary of Scholarship
Selected Books and Peer-Reviewed Publications
Bakali, N. (2016). Islamophobia: Understanding anti-Muslim Racism through the Lived Experiences of Muslim Youth. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
Bakali, N. & Wasty, S. (2020). Identity, social mobility, and trauma: Post-conflict educational opportunities for survivors of the Rohingya genocide. Religions.
Bakali, N. (2020). Muslim youth experiences in Quebec secondary schools: Race, racialization, and the ‘dangerous Muslim man’. Directions: Research and Studies on Race Relations in Canada. 8(1) , 110-126.
Bakali, N. (2019). Challenging terrorism as a form of “Otherness”: Exploring the parallels between far-right and Muslim religious extremism. Islamophobia Studies Journal. 5(1), 99-115.
Bakali, N. (2019). The redefining of far-right extremist activism along Islamophobic lines. Islamophobia Studies Yearbook. 10(1), 82-98.
Bakali, N. (2018). Employing a Critical Race Curriculum to Challenge Dominant Discourses in Educational Curricula. Religion and Education. 45(1), 52-72.
Bakali, N. (2016). “Islamophobia in Quebec Secondary Schools: Inquiries into the Experiences of Muslim Male Youth Post-9/11.” In Mac an Gaill, M., Haywood, C. (Eds), Schooling a ‘Suspect Community’: Education, neo-liberalism, and Muslim students. London: Palgrave MacMillan.
Bakali, N. (2015). “Contextualizing the Quebec Charter of Values: How the Muslim ‘Other’ is conceptualized in Quebec.” Culture and Religion 16(4). 412-429.
Bakali, N. (2015). “Quebec identity politics and anti-Muslim bias in Quebec secondary schools.” In Napier, D. (Ed), International perspectives on race (and racism): Historical and contemporary considerations in education and society (pp. 339-358). New York, NY: Nova Science Publishing.
Bakali, N. (2015). “Muslim teachers’ experiences with race and racism in Quebec secondary schools.” Canadian Journal of New Scholars in Education. 6(1), 45-54.
Bakali, N. (2015) Harper government uses ‘lawfare’ to police Muslims. New Canadian Media.
Mirza, K. & Bakali, N. (2010). “Islam: The fundamentals every teacher should know.” In Kincheloe, J., Steinberg, S., & Stonebanks, C. (Eds), Teaching Against Islamophobia. (pp. 49-64). New York: Peter Lang Publishing.
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