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"Researching Subaltern Subjects in Modern Egypt," Center for Middle East and North African Studies, University of Michigan, Apr. 7, 2006; Central European University, November 27, 2006.

"The New Global Economy and the Political Economy of Islamic Social Movements," Department of Political Science, American University in Cairo, Oct. 19, 2004; Dutch Flemish Institute in Cairo, Dec. 2, 2004; Social and Economic College, Tel Aviv, Jan. 14, 2005; Al-Qattan Foundation, Ramallah, Palestine, Jan. 16, 2005; "Center for Arab and Middle East Studies, American University in Beirut, May 17, 2006.

"Egyptian Textile Workers: From Craft Artisans Facing European Competition to Proletarians Contending with the State," Yale University, Nov. 17, 2005.

"The United Nations, the United States, and Democracy in the Middle East," keynote address to the Cairo International Model United Nations, American University in Cairo, March 8, 2005.

"The Rise, Decline, and Resurrection of Middle East Area Studies: Imperial Projects and the Production of Knowledge," American University in Cairo, Dean's Seminar, Feb. 18, 2005.

"Neo-Cons and Middle East Scholars: The New McCarthyism," UC Berkeley , Feb. 27, 2004

'The Bush Doctrine and the U.S. Occupation of Iraq," Stanford Club/Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, Feb. 12, 2004

"Why didn't the war on Iraq bring Palestinian-Israeli peace?" Head Royce School, Oakland, Jan. 22, 2004

“The Bush Doctrine and the Failure of U.S. Policy in Iraq,” American University in Cairo, Dec. 16, 2003

"After the Iraq War," Stanford University, Nov. 21, 2003

The Roadmap and the Emerging U.S. Empire in the Middle East: How the U.S. and Israel are Sabotaging Palestinian-Israeli Peace, Jewish Voice for Peace, Sacramento, Sept. 2003

“Scholars, Neo-Conservative Pundits, and U.S. Middle East Policy,” Indiana University, April 28, 2003

"On Orientalism, 25 Years Later," University of Pennsylvania, Mar. 31, 2003

“Why the United States Supports Israel in the Arab-Israeli Conflict,” American University in Cairo, Dec. 18, 2002

“Israeli-Palestinian Peace – What's Iraq got to do with it?” Pomona College, October 31, 2002

“Why the Oslo ‘Peace Process' Failed,” University of Arkansas, March 11, 2002; Duke University, September 18, 2002

“Israel and Palestine: The Search for Justice and Security,” University of California, Santa Cruz, January 28, 2002

“Behind the Headlines: Historical Scope of American Involvement in the Middle East and West Asia,” Oregon State University, Oct. 28, 2001

“What Happened to the Peace Process?” San Diego State University, Glickman-Galinson Symposium on Modern Israel, May 6, 2001

“Late Capitalist Crisis, Middle East Oil, and Political Islam,” Birzeit University, March 28, 2001

“The New Intifada and the Oslo Process: What Went Wrong?” University of Oregon, November 13, 2000

“The Oslo Process and U.S. Policy in the Middle East,” Hebron University, Nov. 28, 1999

“What Happened to the Oslo Process?” University of Oregon, May 8, 1999

"Is There a Middle East Peace Process?" Stanford Alumni Conference, Los Angeles, Mar. 20, 1998

"The Death of the Middle East Peace Process and the Threat of War with Iraq," University of California, Santa Cruz, Feb. 26, 1998

"Is There an Arab-Israeli Peace Process?" Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, Oct. 16, 1995

"Political Islam: What is it? Where is it headed? How should we view it?" Hiram College, Oct. 30, 1995

"Marxism and Modernity in the Middle East," Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, Apr. 22, 1994

"The Clinton Administration and the Palestinian-Israeli Peace Process," Foreign Ministry of Egypt, Institute for Diplomatic Studies, May 25, 1993

"The Clinton Administration and the Palestinian-Israeli Peace Process," Palestinian Centre for Peace and Democracy, Feb. 6, 1993

"Origins of the Gulf War," University of Wisconsin, Nov. 30, 1990