Papers & Presentations 2006

Theory of Points for Intercultural Communication

October 19th, 2006

Buffalo State Faculty/Staff Creativity Fall Forum, Buffalo State College, NY

New York Conference on Asian Studies 2006

October 6, 2006
St. Lawrence University,
 Canton, NY
The Asian Subject: Negotiating Identity Presentation on “Muslims in the U.S. Media: Confusion of Identities and Labels.

Islam and I: An Introduction

September 23rd, 2006

Stella Maris Retreat Center, Catholic Women Group, Skaneateles, NY

Free Expression and Freedom of Religion:

June 19, 2006
Hallwalls Contemporary Arts Center, Buffalo, NY
The Religion and Human Rights Project community forum explored the difficult question: How do we preserve the freedom of expression, even satire, ridicule and dissent in our pluralistic culture and deal with the offense that some persons feel when certain words, images, or stories are published?

Cross Cultural Communication Crisis between West and Muslim World

April 15, 2006
Islamic Society of North America
As part of ISNA Islam in America Conference Faizan presented about cross cultural crisis between the Muslims World and West and then was a moderator for the session on “Muslim Minorities in a Pluralist Setting, lessons from India”.

Quoted in Washington Post Article

February 2nd, 20006

“Religion Today” by Cara Anna, Associated Press