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Dr Nadine Naber Awarded the 2022 Carl Bode-Norman Holmes Pearson Prize

Dr Nadine Naber Awarded the 2022 Carl Bode-Norman Holmes Pearson Prize

Congratulations to Dr. Nadine Naber for winning the 2022 Carl Bode-Norman Holmes Pearson Prize for lifetime achievement and
outstanding contribution to American Studies!

Dr. Nadine Suleiman Naber’s accomplishments are summarized in the nomination letter by Dr. Evelyn Alsultany: “Dr. Naber’s work has markedly transformed and updated the field of American Studies around some of the most urgent issues of our times. Her extraordinary contributions reverberate across many areas in our field, producing groundbreaking impacts theoretically, internationally, methodologically, publicly, and institutionally. Influenced by scholars and mentors such as Ella Shohat, Angela Davis, Vicente Diaz, and Kent Ono, Dr. Naber is one of our field’s leading scholars in the areas of transnational Arab and decolonial abolitionist feminisms. Dr. Naber has created and legitimized indispensable methodologies for conducting responsible and accountable relationships with grassroots BIPOC communities striving to live on their lands and in their communities with safety, dignity, and freedom. By mentoring faculty and students to ‘Liberate their Research’ and collectively founding and leading several academic programs and community-based organizations, Dr. Naber has institutionalized the contributions named above across campuses, national and disciplinary borders, and communities, and has therefore given permission to more and more American Studies scholars to continue growing intersectional, decolonial, transnational, social movement-led research and practice.”

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