Have to use resoures that from the book “Race and Arab Americans Before and After 9/11: From Invisible Citizens to Visible Subjects”
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1,Amany Jamal states that the racialization of Arab Americans involves interplay between domestic politics and the geo political reality which justifies arguments for denying Arab and Muslim Americans their civil rights. Explain her argument.
2.Sawson Abdulrahim argues that whether Arab Americans identify as whites or not, they are engaging in racial formation, which requires abandoning the race neutral language of assimilation and resisting the tendencies to situate Arab Americans as solely racialized victims, explain her argument.
3.The author traces discourses on race and ethnicity within three Arab American anthologies. She argues that these anthologies explicitly or implicitly locate themselves in relation to one of three canons, the mainstream American canon, largely white, other racialized or ethnic literature, such as African American or Latino, and the Arabic literary canon. Illustrate and give examples of the argument.
4.Explain the ways TV dramas that portray Arab Americans after 9/11 participate in the process of legitimizing racism against Arabs through storylines that support exceptionalism.
5.Explain the racialization effect of representation of Arab Americans in the New York Times, in the aftermath of 9/11, in the chapter written by Suad Joseph and Benjamin D’harlingue.
6.Compare the racial and ethnic identity of Muslims and Christians, and their experiences of discrimination after 9/11.
7.American Muslims are playing a role in finding themselves a place in a multicultural and pluralistic society. Explain and elaborate on their efforts.
8.In A Country Called Amreeka, Arab immigrants reflect on their stories and experiences in becoming Americans. Select one story and analyze it based on theories and concepts that we studied in class, particularly on Race and Arab Americans Before and After 9/11