Khaled Beydoun Biography – Khaled Beydoun Wiki
Khaled Beydoun (Khaled A. Beydoun) is an Associate Law Professor at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. He is also Senior Affiliated Faculty at the University of California-Berkeley Islamophobia & Research Documentation Project.
Professor Beydoun’s research examines the legal construction of Arab and Muslim American identity, the foundational and modern development of Islamophobia, and the intersection of national security policy, civil liberties, and citizenship.
Professor Beydoun’s scholarship has been featured in top law journals, including the Columbia Law Review, the California Law Review, the UCLA Law Review, the Harvard Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Law Review, and the Illinois Law Review.
In addition to his regular commentary in Al-Jazeera English, Professor Beydoun’s insight has been featured in The Washington Post, The New York Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Time, Salon, and ESPN; and television and radio news programming including CNN, the BBC, Fox, NBC, and ABC News.
Professor Beydoun has served as a consultant for the U.S. Census Bureau, the African American Policy Forum, and a number of colleges and universities. Professor Beydoun also serves on the U.S. Commission for Civil Rights, appointed to serve on the Michigan State Committee in 2017.
Khaled Beydoun Education
Professor Beydoun earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan; a Master of Laws from the University of Toronto; and his Juris Doctor from the UCLA School of Law. Before academia, Professor Beydoun practiced in the areas of racial justice, criminal defense, and international rule of law.
Khaled Beydoun Book
He is the author of the book, Islamophobia: An American Story (Univ. of California Press).
Khaled Beydoun Origin
He was born in Cairo, Egypt and spent his childhood in Egypt.
Khaled Beydoun Ethnicity
He is half Lebanese and half Egyptian.
Khaled Beydoun Nationality
He is an Egyptian-American.
Khaled Beydoun Wife
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