The ‘Arab Spring’: Does Academic Freedom Matter?
The Future of US Policy toward Iran: Reimagining the Relationship
Tunisia: The Last Hope of the ‘Arab Spring’
Courage to Think: Intellectual Freedom in Tunisia and the Arab Spring
The United Nations General Assembly and the Business of Universality
Miral: A Palestinian/Israeli Dialogue On and Off Screen
“Arab Spring” or “Arab Winter”? — An Update on the Arab Revolutions
The Meaning of Averroes and Maimonides for Our Times: How to Make the Mediterranean Space a Community of Reason, Tolerance, Progress, and Prosperity?
Islam in Russia: A Public Lecture by Professor Vitaly Naumkin, President of the Russian Institute of Oriental Studies, Moscow
Muslim European Women: Challenges and Opportunities (Photos from the panel discussion at New York University Tuesday, February 24, 2009)
Iran-U.S. Relations: Imagining a New Paradigm (Photos from the conference at New York University Wednesday, December 3, 2008)
The Future of U.S. - Muslim Relations (Photos from the Roundtable Discussion Monday, January 12, 2009 at New York University)
Europe And Islam: Shared History, Shared Identity: Photos from the panel discussion at New York University Thursday, September 25, 2008. >
U.S.–Muslim Engagement Project Report Published: “Changing Course: A New Direction for U.S. Relations with the Muslim World” September 24, 2008, at the National Press Club, Washington D.C. >
A Press Conference in Doha with Mustapha Tlili on "Muslim Youth and Women in the West: Source of Concern or Source of Hope?" >
Iran and the Middle East: How to Shape a Security Regime Acceptable to All Regional Actors. >
European Union Informal High–level Meeting Considered Need for New Guidelines for Inclusive Citizenship in Europe >
Panel Discussion: Islam in the West: Source of Concern or Source of Hope?
Conference on Iraq For All Iraqis
Conference on Muslim Youth and Women in the West: Source of Concern or Source of Hope?
Panel Discussion : Turkey—or is it Europe—at the Crossroads?
Islamic Ethical Principles and Globalization: A Path to Partnership between America and the Islamic World
Lecture: Ibn Khaldun: Philosopher of Societies, Civilizations, and Empires
Panel Discussion: Who Speaks for Islam? Who Speaks for the West?
Roundtable Discussion: Islam and modernity: how to be Muslim and modern today?
Panel Discussion: American Muslim Communities: Security risk or source of hope?
Panel Discussion: "Islam and modernity: how to be Muslim in the 21st century" -New York University November 16, 2005
Panel Discussion: "Why do they hate us? They used to love us!" -New York University October 18, 2005.
NYU Convocation in honor of His Highness Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al-Thani, Emir of the State of Qatar, New York University, September 13, 2005