Falguni A. Sheth

Falguni A. Sheth is a professor of Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies at Emory University. She writes about politics, race, and feminism at translationexercises.wordpress.com. Follow her on Twitter at @FalguniSheth.

My heartbreaking journey to Gitmo: A widow, a military prison & the enigma of human compassion Falguni A. Sheth
Hebdo shooting's missing context: How long-held vilification of Muslims got lost in the discussion Falguni A. Sheth
America's moral foundation collapses: Why we can't simply "look forward" on torture Falguni A. Sheth
White supremacy lives on: Ferguson decision confirms absence of legal and moral justice Falguni A. Sheth
You don't "have nothing to hide": How privacy breaches are quietly controlling you Falguni A. Sheth
Shoot first, ask later: Why the concept of "reasonable fear" is anything but reasonable Falguni A. Sheth
Patriots don't torture: Why excusing it is an American catastrophe Falguni A. Sheth
White supremacy's latest round: Retracing the real history of Ferguson Falguni A. Sheth
The West’s selective amnesia: Gaza, the war on terror and the paradox of human rights Falguni A. Sheth
Our endless "War on Terror": The truth behind an incoherent foreign policy Falguni A. Sheth
The real Bergdahl scandal: What about the other Gitmo detainees? Falguni A. Sheth
Mos Def's false alarm: Why a harrowing Internet rumor seemed so credible Falguni A. Sheth
Greenwald and Poitras' return: What's the real reason they weren't arrested? Falguni A. Sheth
Children murdered, homes foreclosed: How the government makes "mistakes" with impunity Falguni A. Sheth
A money addict's neoliberal fantasy: Sam Polk and his civilizing mission Falguni A. Sheth