Citations & Taught Work

Abdul Karim Abdullah, “The Educational Role of Literature in Islam,” Islam and Civilisational Renewal, July 2015 – cites “Literature and Agency in Islamic Discourse”

Peter Dickens, “Astronauts at Work: The Social Relations of Space Travel,” Monthly Review, March 2017 – cites Space Crystals and “Our Window on the World”

Aisha Ghani, “The Muslim Other: A History of Orientalism from Antiquity to the 2016 U.S. Elections,” course at Stanford University, Anthropology (2016-present) – cites “Sleepless in Trumptopia”

Zareena Grewal. “Islam in America,” course at Yale University, American Studies (2016-present) – teaches Technologies of the Self

Carlos Gutiérrez-Jones, Suicide and Contemporary Science Fiction (Cambridge UP, 2015) – cites “The Failure of Post-9/11 Science Fiction”

Christina Scholz, “Ariekene Socio-Psycholinguistics and Postcolonial Awareness in China Miéville’s Embassytown,” conference paper at Lancaster University (2016 Global Fantastika Conf., July 4-5, 2016) – cites “Why Science Fiction Matters to Life in the Postcolony”

Tracy Tiemeier, “The Sacred, Sinister, and Strange,” course at Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts-Loyola University, Theological Studies (2017) – teaches Technologies of the Self